Africa Oil Week set for 24th edition

OilFrom DION HENRICK in Cape Town
CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) – SPEAKERS have been confirmed for the globally recognised Africa Oil Week set for South Africa later this year.
The longest running oil and gas conference on the continent is set for Cape Town from October 23-27, bringing together over 1 250 senior stakeholders from the global upstream ecosystem.
Now in its 24th year, Africa Oil Week features 160 speakers from the corporate and public sphere.
Amongst these top-level speakers feature representatives from government and state bodies include Jean-Marc Thystere-Tchicaya (Minister of Hydrocarbons for the Republic of Congo), Thierry Tanoh (Minister of Petroleum, Energy and Development of Renewable Energies in Ivory Coast) and Mbaga Obiang Lima (Minister of Mines, Industry and Energy in Equatorial Guinea).
Others are Gabriel Jerreh Barrow (Commissioner of Petroleum, Ministry of Petroleum & Energy for The Gambia) and Simbi Kesiye Wabote, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board.
Executives from BP, Eni, Gene Energy, Standard Chartered and Total have confirmed as participants.
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