O&G representatives to join Petroleum Commission at Africa Assembly
Category: #world  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2018-06-05
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O&G representatives to join Petroleum Commission at Africa Assembly

Mr. Egbert Faibille, the CEO of Petroleum Commission, in addition to over 800 representatives, will be a part of the reputed Africa Assembly in Westin, Paris. Apparently, Mr. Faibille has joined the gathering to place forward a matter for Ghana’s oil and gas industry.

As per authentic sources, the Africa Assembly has carved a reputation for itself as being the region’s most authoritative strategy, investment, corporate development, and finance gathering. It is expected to commence on the 5th of June 2018 and will using its platform as a catalyst to substantially improve the African power trade. Additionally, the gathering would be providing Ghana the opportunity to declare trade, emphasizing why the country has been emerging as a petroleum hotbed in the West African suburbs.

The Oil & Gas Council, that will inaugurate the event, will introduce a theme called ‘The New African Horizon’. The event will focus on highlighting the growth prospects in the Africa energy industry while simultaneously focusing on strategy discussions that may aid further development across this sector.

An overview of Africa oil & gas market within the global space is likely to be conducted at the session with regards to how the regional industry may be able to compete for investments amidst the global oil & gas vertical and the pivotal trends that were prevalent in 2017.

The session would also concentrate the extent to which the industry anticipates these trends to transform with respect to the extensive gas influx, including U.S. shale gas, that would be tapping the global O&G marketplace in the ensuing years.

A key point that is likely to be the center of discussion during the Africa Assembly event is how the region can remain competitive. Evaluating the impact of the U.S. crude oil business and its influence on the global shipping industry will also be a part of the discussion, apparently.



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