Azinam at Africa Oil Week 2017 – Cape Town

Uaapi Utjavari, VP Exploration – Africa Region of Azinam will be giving a presentation in Session Six: Building an African E&P portfolio on Day one of the conference.

You can hear Uaapi’s presentation titled ‘The untapped hydrocarbon potential of the underexplored Walvis Basin, Offshore Namibia’ at 16:00 on Monday 23rd October 2017.  Full Conference Program: Click here

Please come and meet our Azimuth Group and Offshore Namibia team at the event stand No.58 members of our team will be delighted to meet you and answer any questions.

To book a meeting or if you require any further information before the conference, please contact us at info@azinam.com

 


 

Africa Upstream 2017 – Africa Oil Week Conference

When: 23rd – 27th October

Location:  Cape Town, South Africa

Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)

About the event:  Africa Oil Week is the meeting place for Africa’s upstream oil and gas market.  Now in its 24th year, the event brings together governments, national oil companies, investors, corporate players, independents and financiers – giving them a place to network, discuss and share knowledge.

Africa Oil Week attracts the highest quality speakers. Sessions are headed by top figures in the sector, including ministers, heads of NOCs, leading scientists and CEOs from major and independent firms.

Who attends?

Africa Oil Week Delegate Profile

This year, discussion will focus on investor outlook, acreage opportunities, E&P developments, industry strategy, and forecasts for the coming years. Specialised streams in the agenda include Africa Upstream, the Africa Independents Forum, a Technical Forum, the Africa Local Content Forum, a forum for Africa’s young oil and gas professionals, and more. Plus, there’s 16 hours of brand new content this year - see what’s new for 2017 here.
This combination of top-level participants and top-level content ensures intimate networking, strong on-site deal flow – and a valuable return on your time and investment.