PETAN to host the 4th edition of SAIPEC in February 2020


The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) will  host the 4th edition of the Sub Saharan Africa International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (SAIPEC) from 25-27 February 2020 in Lagos.

The organising committee of the event has added five new features to boost the conference programme. Some of the features include: SAIPEC Prospecting, which provides an opportunity for prospecting National Oil Companies (NOCs) and governments alongside geoscience companies to showcase the latest blocks on offer from  Sub-Saharan Africa.

The second one is SAIPEC’s Women in Industry, which provides a unique platform for some of the finest minds of the oil and gas industry in Sub-Saharan Africa to convene and connect, and put forward solutions towards building a diverse and inclusive oil and gas industry. The third one is SAIPEC Awards, which is intended to unite the oil and gas industry’s most prominent, market-leading and innovative companies in the value chain, to celebrate Sub-Saharan Africa’s developments and achievements in the sector.

The next one is SAIPEC African Content Series, which intends to address issues surrounding local content implementation, which will be in partnership with the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).

The content and proceedings of the conference are driven by an esteemed steering committee and speakers, representing a cross-section of key stakeholders and the most senior representatives from the Sub Sarahan Africa oil and gas industry, delivering high-level strategic sessions and discussions on game-changing solutions, combined with an international exhibition.

Now the biggest industry event for the region, the 2019  conference featured 53 industry leaders and global experts on an insightful programme which was held alongside the sold-out exhibition with 104 companies showcasing their products and services and generating meetings with thousands of invested industry professionals.

Over 3500 attendees participated in total, from 36 countries, including 11 National Oil Companies from Mozambique, Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Uganda, Angola, Cameroon, Ghana, Liberia, Equatorial Guinea and Gambia. View Post Show Analysis


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