Paul McDade

Paul McDade

CEO Tullow Oil

 

Paul McDade was appointed Chief Executive Officer on 26 April 2017, following Tullow’s Annual General Meeting, and was appointed to the Board of Directors in March 2006. Paul joined Tullow in 2001 and was appointed Chief Operating Officer following the Energy Africa acquisition in 2004, having previously managed Tullow’s UK gas business.
 
An engineer with over 30 years’ experience, Paul has worked in various operational, commercial and management roles with Conoco, Lasmo and ERC. He has broad international experience having worked in the UK North Sea, Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia. Paul holds degrees in civil engineering and petroleum engineering.

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 11:00 To 12:00

11/05/2019 11:00 11/05/2019 12:00 African Exploration & Production: Past & Future Our expert speakers will outline:
  • Regional development across the continent & major milestones
  • Who is responsible for opening frontier & politically sensitive areas to exploration
  • How can we incentivise new activity in proven producing basins?
  • Energy security and sustainability across Africa
Main Stage

Main Stage

"African Exploration & Production: Past & Future"

Andrew Latham Paul McDade Rune O Pedersen

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC

CTICC

"Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector"

Camillo Atampugre Frank Pluta Paul McDade Somit Varma

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC

CTICC

"Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector"

Camillo Atampugre Frank Pluta Paul McDade Somit Varma

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/06/2018 09:40 11/06/2018 10:30 Economic Outlook Panel Economic Outlook: Can Africa play a significant role in the global oil and gas supply landscape? 
This session will offer an objective market watch of the African oil and gas landscape addressing the challenges and opportunities the industry is presented with. In this session, IOCs and Independents will discuss:

• How can Africa remain competitive in the global oil and gas landscape?
• Threats and challenges posed by other regions whose exploration and production activity are on the rise
• Is it economically vialble to transition from fossil fuels in Africa?
• Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
• Trends in demand and the slowing of Asian economies
CTICC

CTICC

"Economic Outlook Panel"

Jasper Peijs Jens Frølich Holte Mounir Bouaziz Paul McDade Wale Tinubu

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/06/2018 09:40 11/06/2018 10:30 Economic Outlook Panel Economic Outlook: Can Africa play a significant role in the global oil and gas supply landscape? 
This session will offer an objective market watch of the African oil and gas landscape addressing the challenges and opportunities the industry is presented with. In this session, IOCs and Independents will discuss:

• How can Africa remain competitive in the global oil and gas landscape?
• Threats and challenges posed by other regions whose exploration and production activity are on the rise
• Is it economically vialble to transition from fossil fuels in Africa?
• Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
• Trends in demand and the slowing of Asian economies
CTICC

CTICC

"Economic Outlook Panel"

Jasper Peijs Jens Frølich Holte Mounir Bouaziz Paul McDade Wale Tinubu
Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 11:00 To 12:00

11/05/2019 11:00 11/05/2019 12:00 African Exploration & Production: Past & Future Our expert speakers will outline:
  • Regional development across the continent & major milestones
  • Who is responsible for opening frontier & politically sensitive areas to exploration
  • How can we incentivise new activity in proven producing basins?
  • Energy security and sustainability across Africa
Main Stage
Venue

Main Stage

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 09:30 To 10:30

11/08/2018 09:30 11/08/2018 10:30 Live CNBC Broadcast: Financing Panel Discussion: Global Funding, Funding Strategies and M&A for the African E&P Sector As the continent continues to offer unparalleled investment opportunities to investors willing to explore the African hydrocarbons sector, we explore how the key stakeholders tap into large pools of global capital to finance the African oil and gas sector. 

Over the last decade new hydrocarbon hot spots have been popping up across Africa; Tanzania, Mauritania, Uganda and Senegal offer fine examples of new markets that are making discoveries and pushing for first oil. With the drive for first oil comes the need to raise affordable capital to explore, develop, produce and distribute. Across this session Private Equity Funds, Banks and institutional investors explain their strategy in financing the Africa oil and gas sector. 
 
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/06/2018 09:40 11/06/2018 10:30 Economic Outlook Panel Economic Outlook: Can Africa play a significant role in the global oil and gas supply landscape? 
This session will offer an objective market watch of the African oil and gas landscape addressing the challenges and opportunities the industry is presented with. In this session, IOCs and Independents will discuss:

• How can Africa remain competitive in the global oil and gas landscape?
• Threats and challenges posed by other regions whose exploration and production activity are on the rise
• Is it economically vialble to transition from fossil fuels in Africa?
• Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
• Trends in demand and the slowing of Asian economies
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 06/11/2018

From 09:40 To 10:30

11/06/2018 09:40 11/06/2018 10:30 Economic Outlook Panel Economic Outlook: Can Africa play a significant role in the global oil and gas supply landscape? 
This session will offer an objective market watch of the African oil and gas landscape addressing the challenges and opportunities the industry is presented with. In this session, IOCs and Independents will discuss:

• How can Africa remain competitive in the global oil and gas landscape?
• Threats and challenges posed by other regions whose exploration and production activity are on the rise
• Is it economically vialble to transition from fossil fuels in Africa?
• Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
• Trends in demand and the slowing of Asian economies
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers