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August 21, 2016
Why Attend?
NETWORKING The elite, hand-picked collection of speakers puts delegates face to face with the industry people who matter most: the decision makers. Africa Oil & Power events offer a second to none peer-to-peer networking experience. ENGAGING CONTENT Africa Oil & Power is a benchmark for high-level discussion on a multitude of topics covering the African […]
April 24, 2017
Total Talks in South Sudan Reach Impasse
Negotiations between the Government of South Sudan and a group of investors including French supermajor Total broke down last week when both sides could not reach an agreement to develop a prized piece of onshore oil and gas real estate. For several months, South Sudan had been trying to sign an exploration and production agreement […]
March 6, 2017
New Oil Contract Points to S. Sudan Comeback
As the South Sudan govt. gets wells flowing again, Oranto signs a new petroleum contract.
February 28, 2017
EG Ronda to Conclude at AOP
The Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons will announce winners at AOP 2017.
February 1, 2017
From Adversity, S. Sudan Aims High
South Sudan has a troubled history, but the government now plans to more than double production.
August 21, 2016
Sponsors
Africa Oil & Power extends sponsorship opportunities to companies large and small and from all aspects of the energy supply chain. This is the world’s only energy conference with a special sponsorship level dedicated to indigenous African oil, gas and power companies. Sponsoring AOP affords a multitude of advantages to position your company for new […]
What People Say
Africa Oil & Power events score big points from attendees for their ability to create a personal and familiar atmosphere to enable networking and deal making. But don’t take it from us, get the feedback from the people who were there. The testimonials in this video were filmed at the inaugural AOP event in Cape […]
February 1, 2016
Africa Oil and Gas 10 to Watch 2016
Pay close attention to these 10 people, companies and trends in African oil and gas. These are the ones to watch in 2016.