Gas Options: North & West Africa Summit
29 - 30 November, Casablanca, Morocco
Investor Insights into the North & West Africa gas opportunity
Introduction the Gas Options: North & West Africa Summit 2017
The Gas Options: North & West Africa meeting will take place from 29-30 November in Morocco, bringing together international, regional and national stakeholders investing into the gas supply chain sector, gas to power programmes and broader gas economies of North and West Africa.This meeting is intended solely for the furthering of deals, connecting players from very specific target markets with public and state owned entities empowered to deliver programmes and projects in their respective countries (Nigeria, Ghana, Cote D’Ivoire, Mauritania, Senegal and Morocco).
The Gas Options: North & West Africa will focus on regional gas infrastructure projects, gas IPPs and global gas networks to present the projects, clients and government strategies to help define your investment strategy. Projects to be discussed include the Senegal-Mauritania-Mali Banda Project, Nigeria-Europe Gas Pipeline, Songon Power Project (CIV), the Azura-Edo in Nigeria, the Amandi Gas-to-Power Project and the Sankofa Gas Project in Ghana, along with other LNG projects across North & West Africa. The Moroccan LNG National Development Plan will also come under the spotlight as we examine progress, potential partners and opportunities for investors.
The 'Gas Options - North & West Africa will co-locate with the 2nd annual Africa Renewable Energy Forum (ARF) gathering some of the biggest investors on the globe active in the renewables on the African continent, in the shared exhibition and networking space.
‘Gas-to-power will be the innovation that starts it all’
Simon Gosling, Managing Director, EnergyNet
Who will attend the Gas Options – North & West Africa this year:
The Meeting will be attended by the key decision-makers from North and West Africa gas to power sector as well as investors and gas developers with an interest to develop and invest in gas projects in North and West Africa.
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