Helmke Sartorius von Bach | Jul 1, 2020 | 0
Africa Oil Week new partnership to offer an enhanced environment for operators to meet prospective clients
Africa Oil Week this week announced their partnership with SuperReturn. This new partnership offers delegates attending SuperReturn Africa, the continent’s biggest investor conference, access to Africa Oil Week on 8 November.
According to a press statement, for operators across the continent, raising capital remains one of the biggest challenges; whether it is funding exploration and production, or financing key infrastructure projects that will secure asset monetization for the long term.
“Africa Oil Week, in partnership with SuperReturn Africa, will now be able to offer an enhanced environment for operators to meet prospective financial partners, as well as ministers, senior government officials, national and independent oil company executives to exchange ideas and network,” the statement added.
In celebration of this exciting partnership, Africa Oil Week will be welcoming SuperReturn delegates to attend AOW on 8 November. The day will kick off with a live panel debate on ‘Global Funding Strategies and M&A for the African Upstream’ broadcast on CNBC Africa. Speakers confirmed for this important panel include Samaila Zubairu, President & CEO of the Africa Finance Corporation (AFC), Solomon Asamoah, CEO of the Ghana Infrastructure Investment Fund and Paul McDade, CEO of Tullow Oil.
Following the live broadcast, Africa Oil Week will host two breakout finance sessions addressing some of the key issues raised in the CNBC panel in greater detail, these include: the role of global finance in the African upstream and how to drive transactions in African infrastructure.
Through this partnership, Africa Oil Week looks forward to welcoming the continent’s most active energy investors who will gain unrivalled access to the opportunities spread across Africa’s upstream oil and gas markets.
“We are really excited to announce this partnership with SuperReturn Africa. This partnership will allow us to continue to provide a business and intelligence transaction platform and meeting place for Africa’s upstream oil and gas markets,” said Paul Sinclair, Conference Director, Africa Oil Week.
Africa Oil Week will take place at the CTICC in Cape Town, South Africa on the 5 – 9 November 2018.