South Sudan Oil & Power 2019


Resumption of production at several key oilfields in South Sudan, a landmark peace deal celebrated in October 2018, and unprecedented cooperation with neighboring Sudan point to improving investment conditions for the energy sector in South Sudan this year.

Delegate passes are $500 for companies headquartered in South Sudan, $1,000 for companies with their headquarters outside the country.

Africa Oil & Power is proud to once again produce the South Sudan Oil & Power conference in partnership and with the endorsement of the Ministry of Petroleum of South Sudan on October 29-30, 2019. Our 2019 event promises to be bigger than ever before:

  • Partnerships with the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Energy and Dams
  • 600 delegates expected at an expanded venue
  • Speakers from all major operators in the country
  • Local private sector presenting partnership opportunities
  • Exhibition stands
  • A grand inauguration ceremony
  • Presentations from international investors now entering the country

SSOP 2018 opened up new partnerships and investment for South Sudan, including South African refinery and pipeline projects signed in the wake of the conference and agreements, concluded between the petroleum ministries of Sudan and South Sudan.

With a special focus on finance and new investment in South Sudan and cross-sector involvement from government and private enterprise, SSOP 2019 is the official venue for dealmaking and dialogue on South Sudan’s energy and investment future.

Registration is now open. Join us at The Crown Hotel, Juba on October 29-30, 2019.

Plan your trip to Juba and take advantage of our Executive Package.

South Sudan Oil & Power 2019 is held under the auspices of H.E. Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit, President of the Republic of South Sudan.

To find out more on South Sudan download The Africa Energy Series: South Sudan 2017 investment report. The report was produced in partnership with the Ministry of Petroleum of South Sudan.