Sizeable discoveries coupled with large-scale project developments have positioned the MSGBC region as a key driver of energy security, economic growth and infrastructure buildup in Africa. Projects such as the 15 trillion cubic feet (tcf) Greater Tortue Ahmeyim offshore development; the 20 tcf Yakaar-Teranga liquefied natural gas project; and the 13 tcf BirAllah project will be instrumental both for the continent as it moves to alleviate energy poverty and kickstart sustainable economic growth.
As regional players aim to unlock the potential of the region’s basins, Energy Capital & Power’s (ECP) upcoming MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power conference and exhibition – taking place from September 1-2 in Dakar, Senegal – serves to only enhance this agenda. Organized under the patronage of H.E. President Macky Sall – who will be opening the event – and in partnership with the Ministry of Petroleum and Energies, COS-Petrogaz and the African Energy Chamber, this year’s edition is centered around the theme, “The Future of Natural Gas: Growth using strategic investment and policymaking,’ and here is how you can get involved:
In 2021, over 627 in-person and 188 virtual delegates attended the first-ever edition of MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power, representing over 40 organizations from the regional and international energy landscape. Attending panel discussions, participating in networking functions and engaging in investor forums, delegates were offered the unique opportunity to play a part in the region’s biggest energy event. In 2022, the second edition follows on from this success, with higher attendance and participation expected as COVID-19 restrictions are eased. For more information on how you can attend the MSGBC region’s premier energy event, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regional players aim to unlock the potential of the region’s basins, Energy Capital & Power’s (ECP) upcoming MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power conference and exhibition
MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power covers the entire energy sector and value chain, hosting panel discussions, debates and roundtable forums led by energy professionals and company executives. Opportunities for stakeholders include keynotes, presentations, panel discussions and moderator slots, with the event serving as the best platform for get your voice heard on matters of importance regarding African energy. By participating as a speaker at MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2022, stakeholders will be able to engage directly with MSGBC leaders on stage, share insights on key topics while promoting perspectives and engaging in relevant dialogue. For more information on speaker opportunities, contact email@example.com.
Meanwhile, MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power showcases the best of what African energy has to offer, with industry-focused exhibitions taking place in parallel to the conference itself. During 2021, leading organizations from across the entire MSGBC energy value chain exhibited projects, products and services and future opportunities. In 2022, a strong lineup of exhibitors are making their way to MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2022 and you can be one of them. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the biggest energy event in the MSGBC region, the conference offers world-class sponsorship opportunities that center around brand visibility. By sponsoring the second edition in 2022, companies can not only promote their brands but cement their place in the west African energy sector. ECP’s sponsorship options offer a multitude of packages including brand promotion, media management and communications, and engagement with decision-makers and business leaders. Talk to us about how you can sponsor MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power 2022 and strengthen the visibility of your brand today! For more information contact email@example.com.
MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power (bit.ly/38tWBXG) represents one of the biggest energy platforms boasting the highest level of government support in Africa. As a regional event, the conference is centered around cross-border collaboration, regional cooperation and multi-sector integration, recognizing the role unity plays in driving energy development in Africa. In 2021, government support was showcased through the number of high-level partners, including the Ministry of Petroleum and Energies, Senegal, Petrosen, COS-Petrogaz, AFROCOM, Invest in Africa, Rystad Energy, Senegal Oil and Gas Academy, GNPC, and the Senegal-UK Chamber of Commerce. In 2022, this level of support has grown exponentially, with the second edition boasting partners including the Presidency of the Republic of Senegal (bit.ly/3x1snVv), the Ministry of Petroleum and Energies and the African Energy Chamber. ECP partners with leading media, industry and business associations, leveraging these partnerships to ensure the events are of world-class standard. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on partnership opportunities.
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