Shell confirms Africa Utility Week sponsorship
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SHELL, the multinational oil and gas company, has been confirmed as the platinum sponsor of the African Utility Week scheduled for Cape Town in May.
Tendani Ndwamise, Direct Sector (business-to-business) Marketer at Shell South Africa, said the company was delighted to be a sponsor for the second year running.
“We have seen the benefits of this partnership first hand. We look forward to engaging with the African Utility Week attendees again to discuss our unique offerings to the power sector and we hope that African Utility Week will be an important milestone for further development of a safe, reliable
and sustainable power supply in Africa,” said Ndwamise.
Ndwamise said at this year’s event, Shell would focus on the promotion of its commercial lubricant products.
“We will have a number of products on exhibit at our stand, which have all been fully approved by a number of Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs),” said Ndwamise.
These include Gas Engines Oils (Shell Mysella), Transformer Oils (Shell Diala), Diesel Engine Oils (Shell Argina XL) and Turbines (Shell Turbo S4).
Shell heads up a list of 250 technology and service providers to the energy sector on the continent who will showcase their solutions at the 16th edition of the annual African Utility Week and Clean Power Africa conference and exhibition.
Some 6 000 engineers, stakeholders and solution providers from around the globe will gather for the Cape Town event.
The trade exhibition will be free when registering in advance and feature hands-on demonstrations and CPD-accredited technical workshops on the exhibition floor.
The event will also feature technical site visits and the coveted industry awards gala dinner.
African Utility Week and Clean Power Africa are scheduled for May 17-19.
It is organised by Spintelligent, a leading Cape Town-based trade exhibition and conference organiser, and the African office of Clarion Events Ltd, based in the United Kingdom.
– CAJ News
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