As the development of marginal fields and small-large assets have become very crucial in increasing national production, private sector capital inflow in the oil and gas industry, indigenous participation, economic buoyancy, employment opportunities and the strive to achieve rural electrification through gas-to-power, the importance of giving serious attention to issues concerning subject matter have increased.
To keep the discussion in the fore, Energy & Corporate Africa, the organizers of the Africa Marginal & Independent Oil/Gas Producers Conference scheduled for 17 – 18 October 2018 at Crowne Plaza, the City, London, has showcased some of the keynote speakers for the conference which has the theme: Maximizing Economics and Technology for Optimization.
Some of the confirmed speakers include: PatMaseli – Deputy Director/Head Upstream, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria,BintouWone Promotions Director, Petrosen, Senegal, Prof. Anthony Adegbulugbe – Chairman, Green Energy International, Nigeria, Johann Padioleau - Executive Director/ VP Corporate Strategy Aiteo Group, AdelekeAdedipe – Chief Operating Officer, Lekoil, Rt Hon. ItayaAsuquo - Commissioner of Petroleum, Cross River State, Nigeria, Jerreh Barrow - Commissioner of Petroleum, The Gambia, Damien Mauvais – Head, Oil/Gas Projects, Standard Bank, Thomas Dimitroff – Chief Executive Officer, TG Senergy and others
According to Sunny Oputa, the chief executive officer of Energy & Corporate Africa, it has become paramount to be innovative in the use of cost reduction strategies to reduce CAPEX such as alternative technology, use of intellectual development solutions, subsea tiebacks, riser technology, quality lean production mechanisms, value creating methodologies and diverse creative economic options in the development of marginal and small –to large fields.
Oputa further said that some of the presentations highlights in the conference include; available assets both large and marginal fields, deep water resources, ·new frontiers, farm-in and other Investment opportunities, strategic outlook for empowering indigenous operators. economic and financial models for funding critical projects, capital and project funding for mid –caps / indigenous operators ,global best practices in marginal/independent operations, investment opportunities – offshore, onshore and downstream, strategic gas projects and gas – to – power initiatives, local content and new regulations impacting oil/gas Industry, West Africa Outlook on Marginal and Independent Operations, cost reduction initiatives through innovation and technology, Conventional and Disruptive Technologies.
The conference will further articulate on the technical, economic, geopolitical and regulatory challenges impacting the development of large/marginal assets in the region, distribution, transportation and pricing of products and will through expert presentations share knowledge on the experiences of some companies on how they were able to overcome pitfalls and achieve success.
Some of the participating companies in the conference include:Department of Petroleum Resources, Ministry of Petroleum Gambia,, NAPIMS, Lekoil,Aiteo Group , Eland Oil/Gas Plc, Delonex Energy, Green Energy International , Gambia National Oil Company ,Standard Bank, London , Baker Mckenzie, TG Senergy, PetroCross, Ministry of Petroleum Cross River State, Nigeria , BG Technical, Slot Engineering, Castle Consulting ,Zebra Data, United Kingdom, and more.
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