Hon Charles Keter, Cabinet Secretary of the Ministry of Energy & Petroleum in Kenya is set to present a keynote address at the opening ceremony of the East Africa Oil & Gas Summit (EAOGS), the largest exhibition and conference dedicated to expanding the region’s exploration success.
Joined on stage by Hajatiana Rasolomanana, Director General of Hydrocarbons at the Ministry of Energy & Hydrocarbons in Madagascar and Keith Hill, CEO of Africa Oil Corp, Hon Charles Keter will help to provide a comprehensive overview of the oil and gas landscape in East Africa.
Hosted by the Kenyan Ministry of Energy & Petroleum in Nairobi, the 4th edition of EAOGS will take place at the KICC from 15-17 November 2016.
“We are delighted to have the support of Hon. Charles Keter and are honoured to have him speak at our opening ceremony. Significant onshore oil discoveries in Uganda and Kenya and offshore discoveries in Tanzania and Mozambique have made East Africa a subject of intense interest among the global energy industry and we look forward to being at the forefront of discussions focused on the opportunities for the industry in this region,” said Rob Percival, Director of EAOGS.
Taking place alongside a large international exhibition, the conference at EAOGS 2016 will welcome more than 450 delegates to discuss issues critical to future oil and gas production in the region:
• East Africa’s Oil & Gas Landscape – a critical overview of both onshore and offshore exploration and development.
• Sessions focusing on the East Africa Rift System, Uganda, and the Indian Ocean – Updates on licensing rounds, reserve forecasts, innovations in production technology and how to fund infrastructure projects.
• Political and investment trends – overcoming issues of governance, policy implementation and local expectations.
Over 150 experts are already confirmed to attend the conference, including senior executives from Africa Oil Corp, Bechtel, Tullow Oil, National Oil Ethiopia, KPMG, Baker Hughes, and Ministries from across the region.
Delegates booking before 30 June can save US$1,000 on the standard conference rate. Find the full programme and booking information at www.eaogs.com