We are delighted to announce that on 9-13 October 2023 we will once again be uniting the energy sector to announce new deals, new geology, new data and new partnerships.
For 29 years Africa Oil Week has been the voice and platform for the African Upstream. As the world looks to transition to a low carbon future, Africa Oil Week continues to position and drive the best interests of Africa surrounding the development of balanced regional energy mix inclusive of all energy sources.Join a network of decision makers who shape and invest in the future of the African Upstream.
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Africa Oil Week remains the premier event for the continent where several African countries presented showcases of what their countries have to offer, heads arrived to increase deal flow and to engage on the most exclusive M&A deals for the continent as well as meet government to enter into license rounds.
If you would like to read more about who attended and what was discussed at this year’s event, please complete the form to download the post show report.
“The Africa Oil Week offers private sectors number of things. Number one of course is the networking, the opportunities to exchange ideas, it’s also opportunities to collaborate and then there’s the platform especially the panel session. Which is where you get to hear what is happening in other countries and you can think of how to translate that to your country and company in particular…”
- Eberechukwi Oji, CEO, ND Western
“The Africa Oil Week conference is a great platform for private sector participants in the industry, to network and meet other players in the industry. It also provides a platform for private companies to meet the industry regulators and government in other countries, because it is important for companies in Africa to find ways to do businesses among themselves...”
- Eze Dan-Ekeh, Senior Commercial Analyst, NIGER DELTA
“We have all missed the Africa Oil Week, the forum particularly the one holding back here in Cape Town. It’s a welcome opportunity to meet up again with colleagues and other business associates, to catch up on where the industry is and the future outcome for our industry. This are really interesting times with the world going through energy transition…”
- Abdulrazaq Isa, Chairman, IPPG
“I think the networking has been fantastic, also fantastic discussion and sessions, which we have attended. I think the networking has been good, coming together, meeting people without the mask, without restriction on how we move and just engaging with the community again...”
- Ademola Adefarasin, Head of Treasury, FIRST E&P