Africa'sleading conference focuses on new discoveries and opportunities CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Oct. 17, 2013 /CNW/ - Withalreadyover 1,000 confirmed delegates from all over the world and a sold outExhibition the20(th)Africa Oil Week(25-29 November) has again proven itselfasthe main exploration and development event on Africa's oil/gas game. During theWeekover 100 keynote speakers from leading corporates, governments, national oil companies and independents focus on new oil and gas discoveries,emergingventures and LNG developments on the continent. The20(th)Africa Upstream Conference(27-29 November) focuses on the exploration, development and production chain, corporate oil and gas strategies, new entries, foreign state players, upstream policies andinvestmentopportunities thatwilldetermine Africa's oil, gas and energy future- fromexplorationin the West Niger Delta to giant opportunities inAngola,andfrontier exploration acreage in Namibia to Eastern Africa hotspotslike Mocambique,Kenya and Tanzania. On November 26(th)the10(th)AfricaIndependents Forumfocuses on the challenges ofindependents,first oil,strategies forsuccess, gas inportfolio,shale gas developments andfrontier states. Atthe54th PetroAfricanus Dinner(November 25(th)) Tim O'Hanlon(Vice President, African Business,Tullow Oil)- one of an exceptional and rare breed of Africa's explorers, with decades of experience on the continent- willreveal how a once-small minnow grew to become one ofAfrica'sleading independent players, with a high-quality portfolioacross Sub-Saharan Africa. On November 25(th)Dr Duncan Clarke(Chairman,Global Pacific & Partners)willhold the15(th)Scramble for Africa Strategy Briefingwhichtracks changing competitor maps in Africa,providing seasoned insights and interpretationsof the strategies ofaround 500 players.This unique set of insights is unrivalled, and draws a high-level audience of company executives and state officials annually. Duringthe20(th)Africa Oil Week 2013the"Big Five"Annual Awards and the Conrad Gerber Award for research and intellectual contribution to Africa will be announced.SpecialParallelSessionscoverYoung Professionals in Oil, Gas & Energy,Local Contentin Africa,andEmerging ExplorationTechnologies, plusthe Global Women Petroleum & Energy Club Breakfastin Africa. Website: http://www.globalpacificpartners.com SOURCE Global Pacific & Partners Babette van Gessel, Global Pacific & Partners, Tel: +31.70.324.6154, e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org, website:http://www.globalpacificpartners.com To view this news release in HTML formatting, please use the following URL: http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/October2013/17/c9874.html CO: Global Pacific & Partners NI: OIL -0- Oct/17/2013 12:30 GMT
20th Africa Oil Week Proves Landmark in Oil and Gas Game
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