Sunday, November 7, 2021 – 4:32 p.m.
Dubai, November 7 / WAM / The African oil week, the largest oil and gas exhibition in the African continent, kicks off tomorrow, with the oil sector eagerly awaiting amid the energy sector’s top reserves.
The conference is being held for the first time in the United Arab Emirates and will continue until November 11, with the participation of African governments and large corporations from within the country and from Africa.
This week brings together the most important stakeholders in the oil research and manufacturing sector, as well as the most important decision-makers and senior executives, as it offers the greatest opportunities for concluding key agreements and new alliances that will determine the future of oil. Procedures related to the gas sector in Africa, the transformation of the energy sector, market policies, laws and regulations, green economy and environmental management. Social and Corporate Governance (ESG) in the Oil Sector, Research, Development and the Gas from Oil Production and Coastal Fields, Digital Transformation and Technology in Future Energy Composition in Africa, Opportunities and Challenges in the Sector in the Post-Epidemic Stage, Access to Clean and Competitive Energy in Africa and Other Key Titles.
His Excellency Engineer Suhail Al Masroui, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, said, “The United Arab Emirates has always been a pioneer in hosting major events around the world, including Expo 2020 Dubai, where the country is currently hosting the event. The country has achieved in organizing and hosting important international activities and events.
He added, “I hope that organizing this important event will contribute to the strengthening of bilateral trade relations between the United Arab Emirates and African countries, and the enhancement of overall investment opportunities in the Middle East region and the progress of African Oil Week. Maintaining the path of growth and development. ”
“As a global oil and gas company with a diverse investment portfolio on the African continent, we look forward to participating in African Oil Week and this year’s event strategic location will contribute to increasing investments in infrastructure,” Coyote Brusco said. , Eni across Africa. General Manager of Research and Production in Energy Infrastructure.
Paul Sinclair, Vice President, Energy, African Oil Week and Director of Government Relations, said: “Tomorrow, the activities of African Oil Week will begin with the participation of influential individuals, companies, exhibitors and participants. Our goal is to emphasize the role of performance in bridging the gap between Africa and the energy sector. ”
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