Why AOW for... Oilfield Services

Spurred by the stable and more predictable $65+USD markets, global E&P companies are looking to increase upstream exploration and production that will provide new business opportunities for oilfield service companies.

Over 25 years Africa Oil Week has become the business, transaction and deal making platform for the oil and gas sector; a 5 day high intensity business environment that acts as a catalyst for deals to be struck and new ventures to be undertaken.

For NOCs, the summit offers a unique opportunity to promote new data, concessions and projects that require global finance and participation. Over the course of the years, NOCs have successfully used the Oil Week to transact on bankable infrastructure projects, licence acreage, and develop new production partnerships with the leading IOCs, independents and operators from across the globe.
Governments from Africa get the chance to network together - ministers can sit down and compare thoughts on the industry.
Paul McDade CEO, Tullow Oil
Africa Oil Week is a great networking event, and networking is the life of the system.
Pade Durotoye CEO, Oando Energy Resources
This is the best conference in Africa; the one you shouldn’t miss.
Keith Hill CEO, Africa Oil Corp

Who Oilfield Services Companies can meet at Africa Oil Week

Oilfield service companies have successfully used the Africa Oil Week to meet and engage with super-majors, NOCs and independents for business development for over 25 years.

Renowned for its high level delegations this is the annual event whereby service companies are guaranteed to meet the who is who from all the major operators who will need to use their services in Africa. Specifically, the Oil Week is the ideal platform for Service companies to meet and engage with: