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Oil players gather in Cape Town

LONDON, UK – Global Pacific & Partners with ITE Group will host the 23rd Annual Africa Oil Week / Africa Upstream 2016 conference form 31 October to 04 November 2016 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
“Our landmark Africa Oil Week 2016 event again highlights Africa’s upstream world with insights, debate and discourse from Africa’s governments, national oil companies, licensing agencies and leading corporate players shaping the continent’s vast hydrocarbon future, providing extensive high-level senior executive networking for securing new venture possibilities and finance or investment opportunities” Global Pacific & Partners said in a statement released in May.
“For over two decades, and with a track record of over 200 events held in and on Africa’s oil and gas game, Global Pacific & Partners’ Africa Oil Week (held with ITE Group) is widely recognised for forging corporate and state relationships across Africa and worldwide, and driving direct foreign investment into or inside Africa’s multiple upstream landscapes.”
To date, 130 speakers have been confirmed. The 23rd Africa Oil Week 2016 includes inter alia: 23rd Africa Upstream (Tuesday-Friday); 15th Africa Upstream: Africa Independents Forum (Monday); ExxonMobil Ice Breaker, Aquarium (Monday); 78th PetroAfricanus Dinner in Africa, with Guest Speaker (Tuesday); 4th Africa Local Content Forum; CNBC-Africa: Panels and Plenary Debates; 21st African Institute of Petroleum Luncheon; 20th Annual “Big-Five” Board Awards; 7th Global Women Petroleum & Energy Club Luncheon; and the Africa Exploration Zone.

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