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APPO Cape VII Congress and Exhibition


Learn more Date of Event
01 Apr 2019

APPO CAPE VII Exhibition & Conference: Future Perspectives of the Oil and Gas Industry

Under the Auspices: H.E. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo President of Equatorial Guinea

Hosted By: African Petroleum Producers Organization and the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

In 2019 the African Petroleum Producers Organization, APPO, will present its seventh edition of the African Petroleum Conference and Exhibition in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.

This conference organized by Africa Oil & Power entails a first-level meeting of oil ministers, top-level executives and opinion leaders. In a time of positive growth for Africa's oil and gas sector, APPO offers the members of the African energy industry this exceptional platform. For the continent's oil producers this represents an opportunity to guarantee the prosperity and stability by gathering and jointly generate ideas.

Starting from governmental cooperation, moving through the coordination of the private sector and concluding with intercontinental alliances, we shed light on energy coalitions needed to achieve progress. In this 7th African Petroleum Conference and Exhibition. We invite all stakeholders to contribute with their vision for the advancement of the energy sectors of Africa.

Registration for the APPO CAPE VII Exhibition & Conference is now open. The five-day event takes place in Malabo in Equatorial Guinea. Register here.

Watch the promotional video, here.

 


Learn More

https://africaoilandpower.com/event/appo-cape-vii/


Date of Event

01 Apr 2019

Equatorial GuineaAPPOAfrican Petroleum Producers OrganizationExhibition & ConferenceMalaboAfrica Oil & Power

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