November 27, 2011 in Events
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Our 3rd Eastern African Oil, Gas & Energy Conference 2012, scheduled for Nairobi, is part of our worldwide suite of senior management events in/on Africa that we have conducted annually for over 16 years. It showcases the regional oil/gas and energy game in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, DRC, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Seychelles, Madagascar and Mocambique, and focuses on the corporate players (private and state entities) that are shaping the fast-moving dynamics one of the Continent’s rapidly growing energy markets – upstream, midstream, downstream, and in gas, CBM/CTL.
Themes covered include: Government policies, state interventions in the oil/energy market, state oil/energy companies, private energy investments and interests, corporate portfolio and strategies, new entrants, competition and regulation, inter-fuel issues, product pricing, taxation and the financing of non-hydrocarbon ventures, plus critical issues impacting the Eastern African future.
Just prior the conference, we will host a special and unique Strategy Briefing with presentations made by Dr Duncan Clarke, the world’s leading authority on African oil and gas and global national oil companies, as well as the author of the widely-acclaimed Crude Continent; The Struggle for Africa’s Oil Prize (Profile, 2008), while on the first evening of the Eastern African Oil, Gas & Energy Conference we will host our 44th PetroAfricanus Dinner.