The Oil & Gas Council is the largest and most influential network of oil and gas executives in the world. We connect oil and gas executives, and in turn their companies, to each other and to their partners in the services, finance, government and investment worlds.
Our network spans the global oil and gas value chain and comprises Members (individuals connecting into our network) and Partners (companies connecting into our network to promote themselves regionally and/or globally). We focus on the business dynamics of oil and gas; the pioneers, partnerships, strategies, financings, transactions, joint ventures, opex and capex that determine the future direction of the industry and shape tomorrow’s energy landscape.
Singapore’s Africa Singapore Business Forum (ASBF)
Dates: 24-25 August 2016
Location: Singapore, Singapore
Hosted in Singapore since 2010, the forum has brought together close to 2000 business and government leaders from 30 countries to develop opportunities and partnerships between these two dynamic regions.
ASBF 2016 will address critical issues and identify opportunities for the strategic growth of both regions through presentations and panel discussion, as well as provide numerous networking opportunities.
// Engage top minds in business and government
// Identify numerous growth opportunities
// Network with key public policy makers and top business executives
Dates: 5-6 October 2016
Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre
Location: Kigali, Rwanda
The Government of Rwanda through the Rwanda Development Board, will host the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) in October 2016 in Kigali.
Rwanda’s tourism sector has positioned itself as the leading foreign earner for the country. For the financial year 2013 to 2014, the sector registered a 3% increase in the number of visitors to Rwanda. These numbers grew from 1.14million visitors to 1.2 million visitors also accounting for an increase in revenue from $293.4m in 2013 to $303m in 2014.
AHIF 2016 Rwanda will provide an opportunity to meet local organisations and forge partnerships in the Land of a Thousand Hills and also provide an opportunity to experience some of the renowned attractions the country has to offer.
The AHIF conference will take place on 5th – 6th October at the Radisson Blu Hotel & Convention Centre in Kigali.
GRI Africa Summit 2016
Date: 20-21 October2016
Location: Johannesburg 2016
The 4th annual GRI Africa Summit is the most senior real estate meeting in Africa covering the entire African sub-continent. Africa GRI will bring together real estate investors, developers and lenders from all parts of the continent and globally. Africa GRI’s closed-door discussions enable you to interact with everyone in the room. Quickly find the right partners for your business, build high value relationships, and continue the conversation afterwards.
The Global African Investment Summit
Dates:30 November- 1 December 2016
Location:Central Hall Westminster, London, UK
The Global African Investment Summit London (TGAIS) is the premier investment and networking platform for the African continent.
Following its phenomenal success in 2015, TGAIS is set to return to London for its 3rd consecutive year in November 2016.
TGAIS gathers together over 1,500 investors that control in excess of $400bn in funds and has the patronage and support of multiple African heads of state, the UK government and the business elite of Africa.
With networking support both before, during and after the event, TGAIS 2016 is your 365-day-a-year investment programme, offering year-round access to the most bankable public and private sector African projects.
- A focus on tangible results
- A world class conference programme
- Premier business networking
- Year-round initiatives including bilateral meetings and investment missions
TGAIS London is a sister-event to TGAIS Kigali.
Nigeria Oil & Gas
Dates: Feb, 2017
Location: Abuja, Nigeria
As a new dawn is on the horizon for the Nigerian oil and gas industry, many questions remain unanswered. Over the past four months, the NOG management team have been engaging with Government and industry stakeholders to define the agenda for the next phase of the industry, and your questions include:
· What are the current administration’s priorities for Nigeria’s oil and gas industry?
· What shape will the PIB take, if indeed it remains?
· How will policy attract much needed investment into the industry?
· What further restructuring will NNPC undergo and how will this impact the sector?
· How can policy create a larger gas market?
· What are the plans to increase refining capacity?
The answers to these questions and more will be discussed from 13 – 16 June 2016 in Abuja, Nigeria. Save the date in your diary today for the 16th annual Nigeria Oil & Conference & Exhibition.