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FUELING LOCAL CONTENT IN AFRICA’S ENERGY ECONOMIES
Corporate Africa and its business partners invite companies that are part of Africa’s oil and gas / power industries to take part in its Special Oil and Gas /Energy Report digital and print editions 2022. Content sought relates to a) Opportunities for local content to partner key sectors in national oil and gas industries (Nigeria, Angola, Ghana, Algeria, South Africa) b) Development of local content through projects (Pipelines / offshore), training, partnerships / collaborations, financial and technical support) c) Regional and National Energy Policies in place to enable local oil and gas companies to fully participate in the extraction and distribution of all stages of hydrocarbon and its exploitation across the industry d) Local and foreign agencies supporting indigenous companies to develop and exploit renewable carbon free energy alongside hydrocarbon e) Opportunities to expand local content in oil and gas post COVID19 during the conflict between NATO and Russia.
Africa will become the new energy frontier, offering a wide mix of energy solutions which could provide long term relief and increased investment and exploration if local content is fully participating in the exploitation of all sectors of national energy in coming years. Over 2400 hydrocarbon deposits have been discovered in Africa, 700 of them large enough for significant exploration. Combined with renewable energy resources, Africa can adopt new and sustainable technologies and play a leading role to shape a sustainable global energy future.
Corporate Africa during 2022 plans to distribute its landmark energy Report at significant energy events promoting oil and gas Africa, including Africa Energy Forum at Brussels, Belgium https://www.africa-energy-forum.com
Nigeria Oil and Gas at Abuja Nigeria https://www.nogevent.com
8th African Petroleum Congress and Exhibition at Luanda, Angola www.africacape.com
8th Mozambique Mining, Oil and Gas Energy Conference and Exhibition June 2022 www.mozambiqueoilandmining.com
10th Zambia International Mining and Energy Conference and Exhibition November 2022 www.zimeczambia.com
Digital copies of the Special Report will be available online and also sent to the mailboxes of qualified customers and opt-in subscribers. Digital copies will also have their unique QR Code to allow delegates and other attendants at the above exhibitions to access and copy them with ease and simplicity.
The Print Edition of the Special Energy Report will be distributed at strategic points in Corporate Africa Media Partners events during 2022, at Registration, and plenary sessions, and inside exhibition halls. Also, through strategic partners with Africa’s leading business media, including Daily Nation and the Financial Mail (South Africa). These established media, proven beyond their borders, will guarantee that the print edition of the Report reaches specific targets across West, East, and Southern Africa, including investors and potential partners attending the energy events. Opportunities are also available to advertise, interviews, editorials, and other forms of sponsorship. Please respond to email@example.com for more information and register your business to participate.
About Corporate Africa
Corporate Africa, since 1994, has been working with corporations and governments to connect them to investor partners for infrastructure projects and trade. For almost three-decade Corporate Africa has supported numerous organizations to source and connect prospective business and investment partners.