CWC Group Lim C mited: Workin ng in Affrica
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CWC in Africa
CWC has an impressive track record in Africa, having held some of the biggest oil and gas events within the energy industry. Over the past fourteen years, our African events have attracted thousands of delegates, sponsors and exhibitors. Ministers, Government Delegations and industry experts support and attend all CWC events.
Some of our flagship African events include: Nigeria Oil & Gas (NOG)
Nigeria Oil & Gas Tech (NOG TECH)
African Energy Week
Nigeria Infrastructure & Construction
Equatorial Guinea Gas
Cote d’Ivoire Oil & Gas Summit
Algeria Energy Week African Petroleum Producers’ Association Congress & Exhibition (APPA)
Gulf of Guinea Oil & Gas
Practical Nigerian Content
Logistics West Africa
CWC Local Partners in Africa Additionally, CWC is proud to work in partnership with the following African companies who are experts in their field:
African Exhibition Services, Nigeria CAC, Algeria Capedes, Algeria Kross, Ghana
Egypt International Fairs, Egypt Memba Consultants Inc, Equatorial Guinea Soprep, Algeria
CWC has welcomed the support of the following distinguished speakers:
Algeria H.E. Dr Chakib Khelil, Minister of Energy & Mines Malika Belkahla, President of the SEA4 Ad Hoc Committee, SONATRACH Mohamed Meziane, Chairman & CEO, SONATRACH Chawki Rahal, Vice President Marketing, SONATRACH Noureddine Boutarfa, Chairman & CEO, SONELGAZ Angola José Gualter dos Remédios Inocêncio, Vice Minister of Petroleum Fernando Santos, General Counsel, Sonangol Olivier Bernard, Administration & Finance Director, Sonils Caetano Capitão, Deputy Director, Centro de Apoio Empresarial Manuel Ferreira de Oliveira, CEO, Galp Energia Egypt Eng. Mahmoud Latif, Chairman, EGAS Eng. Hany Soliman, President & Chairman, ECHEM Ahmad Atallah, Country Chairman & Managing Director, Shell Egypt Hesham Mekawi, Chairman, BP Egypt Equatorial Guinea H.E Ignacio Milam Tang, The Prime Minister H.E Coloma Edjang Mbengono, The Mayoress of Malabo, Equatorial Guinea H.E. Marcelino Owono Edu, Minister of Mines, Minerals, Industry & Energy H.E. Gabriel M Obiang Lima, Vice Minister of Mines, Minerals, Industry & Energy H.E Pedro Ondo, Minister of Economy & Trade & SMEs Promotion H.E Estanislao Don Malavo, Minister of Treasury & Budgets H.E Jose Ela Oyana, Minister of Planning & Economic Development H.E Miguel Angel Ondo Angue, The Secretary of State in Charge of Energy H.E Anastasio Asumu Mum, Minister for Fishing & the Environment Juan Antonio Ndong Ondo, Director General, SONAGAS, G.E.
Serapio Sima Ntutumu, Deputy Director General, SONAGAS, G.E. Candido Nsue Okomo, Director General, GEPetrol William G Wheeler, Managing Director, EG LNG, S.A.
Ghana H.E Dr Kwabena Donkor, Former Hon Dep. Minister for Energy responsible for Petroleum
Dr Oteng Adjei, Honourable Minister of Energy
Nana Asafo Adjaye, Managing Director GNPC
H.E. John Dramani Mahama, Vice President, Republic of Ghana
Hon Emmanuel Armah‐Kofi Buah (MP), Deputy Minister of Energy, Republic of Ghana
Kenya Hon Kiraitu Murungi, Minister of Energy, Kenya Libya H.E. Dr Shokri M Ghanem, Chairman of the Management Committee, National Oil Corporation, Libya Fituri El‐Haj, Manager of Explorations, National Oil Corporation, Libya Namibia Immanuel Mulunga, Petroleum Commissioner, Ministry of Mines & Energy, Namibia Robert Mwanachilenga, Engineering Manager, National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia, NAMCOR Nigeria H.E. Umaru Yar’Adua, Former President of the Republic of Nigeria H. E. Goodluck Jonathan, President, Federal Republic of Nigeria Dr Emmanuel Egbogah, P Eng, OON, Special Adviser to the President on Petroleum Matters Rilwanu Lukman, Former Honourable Minister of Petroleum Resources H Odein Ajumogobia, Former Honourable Minister of State for Petroleum ‐ (Petroleum) Dr Lanre Babalola, Honourable Minister of Power Femi Olayisade, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum Resources
Mohammed Barkindo, Former Group Managing Director, NNPC Prof. Yinka Omorogbe, Company Secretary, NNPC Dr David Ige, GGM & Special Assistant to the GMD, NNPC Dr Bright Okogu, Director General, Budget Office of the Federation
South Africa Ms Dipuo Peters, Minister of Energy of the Republic of South Africa Gareth Morgan, Shadow Environment Minister, Democratic Alliance, South Africa Sipho Mkhize, President & Chief Executive Officer, PetroSA Dr Faizel Mulla, Corporate Strategy Manager, PetroSA Sipho Maseko, Chief Executive Officer, BP Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd
Southern Sudan HE Dr Barnaba Marial Benjamin, Minister of Regional Cooperation, GOSS HE Anthony Lino Makana, Minister of Commerce, Trade & Supply, GOSS HE Angelina Teny, State Minister for Energy & Mining, GONU
HE Dr Rebecca Garang de Mabior, Minister of Roads & Transport, GOSS HE Albino Akol Akol, Minister of Industry & Mining, GOSS HE Dr Festo Kumbo, Minister for Animal Resources & Fisheries, GOSS HE Bol Kwanyin, Chairman, Southern Sudan Investment Authority
Tanzania Halfani R Halfani, Director of Exploration, Production & Technical Services, Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation Regional Experts H.E. Abbas Ali Naqi, Secretary General, OAPEC Ann Pickard, Regional Executive Vice President, Shell Exploration and Production Africa Yi Jin Seok, General Manager/CEO, Korea National Oil Corporation Nigeria Emmanuel Mbi, Regional Director for Egypt, Yemen & Djibouti, The World Bank Ian Hewitt, Senior Vice President, North Africa, BG Group plc. Philippe Mathieu, VP for Natural Gas, MENA, StatoilHydro
Upcoming CWC Events in Africa THE NEW ERA OF AFRICAN OIL & GAS
Africa Energy Week | 20‐23 September 2011 | Accra, Ghana
Africa Energy Week integrates the highly successful Gulf of Guinea Oil and Gas Conference (GOG) and Africa Energy Week, creating in Accra the largest and most senior forum to focus on African oil and gas issues and to promote investment in Africa’s thriving hydrocarbon sector.
CONNECT FORM PARTNERSHIPS DISCUSS CONTRACTS DO DEALS WHY YOU NEED TO ATTEND .
Be part of the Africa’s leading strategic gathering ‐ find new partners, do deals and develop future projects Meet face‐to‐face with Ministers and senior government officials Hear the latest updates on legislation and upcoming projects in the Gulf of Guinea region Gain an in‐depth insight into what the local content policies are in Africa Find out about forthcoming developments in East Africa Make the best use of your travel budget ‐ meet all major decision makers from Sub‐Saharan Africa in one place Network with over 300 top executives in a relaxed and informal environment “We need to applaud the organisers for bringing together some of the best minds in the energy sector at this time to deliberate on key issues affecting the sector.” Hon Mrs Dipuo Peters, Minister of Energy, South Africa
For further information visit www.cwcaew.com
THE MUST‐ATTEND LEARNING FORUM ON NIGERIAN CONTENT
Practical Nigerian Content | 24‐26 October 2011 | Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Practical Nigeria Content Forum 2011 will be the first event held in Niger Delta in seven years. The event will be the must attend learning forum on Nigerian Content to not only learn about the Nigerian Content Bill but also see it in practice! Supported by Nigeria Content Board and the Niger Delta Development Committee, the event will include one day conference, one day training course and a site visit to the heart of the industry. Learn the theory ‐ Hear the success stories ‐ See it in action!
CONFERENCE ‐ TRAINING SEMINAR ‐ SITE VISIT KEY TOPICS INCLUDE .
Nigerian Content as a catalyst for sustainable development in the Niger Delta The Nigerian Content act explained Promoting technology transfer to local contractors Attracting and managing local talent Promoting skills transfer through on‐the‐job training Improving company performance through the use of local capacity Lowering costs through procurement and contracting strategies Nigerien content in a more efficient and cost effective operations
For further information visit www.ncipnc.com
THE MEETING PLACE FOR LOGISTICS BUYERS & SELLERS IN WEST AFRICA
Logistics West Africa | 1‐3 November 2011 | Lagos, Nigeria
Logistics West Africa is a unique platform bringing together senior supply chain directors from across the region to collectively debate the challenges, share experiences and give invaluable knowledge to find solutions that will drive your supply chain efficiency. DELIVERING LOGISTICS SOLUTIONS ‐ INCREASING EFFICIENCY ‐ COST SAVING WHY YOU NEED TO ATTEND .
Draw on years of combined industry expertise to fast track your understanding of how to improve your company supply chain Gain critical insights into solutions for West Africa’s unique supply chain challenges Hear how colleagues are meeting the operational challenges associated with logistics in the region Share insights, foster dialogue and gain invaluable knowledge on where time and cost‐savings can be made Join colleagues from across the industry to discuss cost control strategies through potential collaboration Held in Lagos, the world’s fastest growing city, be at the centre of the industry gaining invaluable insight
For further information visit www.cwc‐logistics.com/westafrica
THE LARGEST & MOST PRESTIGIOUS OIL & GAS EVENT IN NIGERIA
Nigeria Oil & Gas (NOG) | 20‐23 February 2012 | Abuja, Nigeria
In its 12th successful year, this Ministry supported, industry‐acclaimed event is now established as the largest and most senior Oil & Gas event in Nigeria and West Africa, and is a genuine one stop shop for Nigeria’s oil and gas sectors. In this crucial time for the industry, NOG is the perfect place for you to find out about government plans, receive updates from the major industry players, network with key decision makers and identify business opportunities.
NOG 2011 Statistics:
Exhibition Net space occupied: 3200m² Exhibiting Companies: 189 Exhibitors: 1289 Visitors: 3983
Strategic Conference Delegates: 1115 Speakers: 55 Sponsoring companies: 59
Local Content Seminar Delegates: 450
Technical Sessions Delegates: 211
“I would like to thank the organisers of Nigeria Oil & Gas ….this annual oil event has grown to become one of the most prestigious assemblages of experts and investors interested in the Nigerian oil business and its environment.”
H.E. Goodluck Jonathan, President for the Federal Republic of Nigeria
For further information visit www.cwcnog.com
WHERE INTERNATIONALS MEET THE GHANAIAN OIL & GAS DECISION MAKERS Oil, Gas & Frontier Markets
Ghana Oil & Gas Summit & Exhibition | 27‐29 March 2012 | Accra, Ghana
Endorsed by the Ministry of Energy and GNPC, this timely Conference & Exhibition will unite international and regional experts, key decision makers, contractors and service providers to discuss how Ghana will be positioning itself as a key African oil producing country. Opportunities for the country and for local and international investor are tremendous – join the platform, join the dialogue, this event should not be missed.
Benefits of Attending
Meet Ministers, government, GNPC officials and potential partners and investors from Ghana and the surrounding region Learn from expert speakers from Ghana, the region and the global community Participate in exclusive functions and dynamic networking Increase your client base, raise your company profile & do deals!
H.E. John Dramani Mahama, Vice President, Republic of Ghana Hon Emmanuel Armah‐Kofi Buah (MP), Deputy Minister of Energy, Republic of Ghana Alex Mould, Chief Executive, National Petroleum Authority
“This seminar is an important milestone in the country’s march towards the acquisition of critical skills, knowledge and competencies that would enable Ghana benefit from the oil and gas industry that is about taking roots in our economy” Dr Oteng Adjei, Honourable Minister of Energy, Republic of Ghana
For further information visit www.cwcghana.com
WEST AFRICA’S LARGEST CONSTRUCTION & INFRASTRUCTURE EVENT
Nigeria Infrastructure & Construction | 17‐18 April 2012 | Lagos, Nigeria
With strong Government, Ministry and industry support NIC will deliver key information, business opportunities and networking functions that provide the foundation of successful strategy implementation. Be a part of three content‐packed days of conference, exhibition and PPP seminar with everyone you need to meet and seal business deals with in one place
Why You Need to Attend
Who You Will Meet
Hear industry and government perspectives on how to achieve the goals of Vision 2020 Get an update on gas‐to‐power projects and how effective collaboration can lead to stable power generation Learn about the World Bank's Nigerian projects Gain an in‐depth insight into leading national and international projects and leave with valuable lessons to apply to your business
Meet key decision makers from the following sectors: Engineering & Construction ‐ 25% Power ‐ 25% Commercial Banks ‐ 20% Lawyers ‐ 15% Transport ‐ 10% Security ‐ 5%
“A very well organised event that promotes sustainable infrastructural development” R M Dabiri‐Seteolu, AGM Procurements, Kresta Laurel
For further information visit www.cwcnic.com
REPOSITIONING NIGERIA'S OIL & GAS TECHNOLOGY, UTILISATION & COMMERCIALISATION
Nigeria Oil & Gas Tech | 24‐28 June 2012 | Lagos, Nigeria
Nigeria Oil & Gas Technology (NOGTech) 2012 is a unique industry‐led event, concentrated on technology development, gas utilisation and commercialisation of Nigeria's oil and gas assets. NOGTech takes place over three days and delivers an all encompassing commercial event, comprising a two‐day technical conference and three‐day technology exhibition, providing an ideal platform to showcase new technology products and ideas to help find solutions and identify gaps in the market.
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2 day conference and 3 day technological exhibition supported and attended by the Ministry of Delta Niger Affairs & Petan Backed by 16 national and international industry leading organisations Steering committee comprised of the industry's most respected professionals See the latest products, innovations and key industry figures all under one roof The only industry event in the industry centre, Lagos!
H.E Sam Ode, Minister of State & Niger Delta Affairs, Niger Delta Ministry Dr Emmanuel Egbogah, Special Advisor to the President on Petroleum Matters, OON M A Fiddi, Group General Manager, NAPIMS Billy Agha, GED Engineering and Technology, NNPC
For further information visit www.cwcnogtech.com
THE MEETING PLACE FOR THE EQUATORIAL GUINEAN GAS INDUSTRY
Equatorial Guinea Gas Conference | TBC 2012 | Malabo, EG
The Equatorial Guinea Gas Conference is your opportunity to hear detailed plans for the investment programmes for the region’s vast gas reserves and details for long term and sustainable management of these resources. You will hear from Ministers and senior Sonagas, G.E. delegation who will discuss the expansion of gas exploration and LNG project development.
Equatorial Guinea 2010 Statistics:
National Content Seminar:
Delegates: 250 Speakers: 35 Sponsoring companies: 21
Delegates: 150 Speakers: 7
“Great success for Sonagas, EG LNG and all of Equatorial Guinea. Working closely with CWC helped to ensure the success of the conference” Bonifacio Monsuy Nsue, Deputy Managing Director, Planning & IT, EG LNG Operations S. A.
For further information visit www.cwceg.com
THE EXCLUSIVE SUMMIT IN CÔTE D'IVOIRE Cote d’Ivoire Oil & Gas Summit| TBC 2012 | Abidjan
Organised in partnership with the Société Nationale d’Operations Pétrolières de la Côte d’Ivoire (PETROCI), the Côte d’Ivoire Oil & Gas Summit will connect top‐level decision makers and stakeholders from the industry and government. Join your industry peers in Abidjan to uncover investment opportunities and explore the future of oil and gas in Côte d’Ivoire.
100% focused on Energy & Infrastructure The CWC Group is a renowned world expert in oil, gas, power and investment sectors, particularly in emerging markets. Our track record speaks for itself. We have organised over 500 events in the past thirteen years, giving us an unparalleled wealth and depth of experience. We are now the acknowledged market leader in our field. The popularity of our conferences continues to grow. Speakers are drawn from the highest level of government, industry and commerce attracting a high‐calibre of delegate.
Winner’s of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade
The CWC Group is extremely proud to announce that it has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade, one of the most prestigious awards in UK industry. These awards are made by the Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister, assisted by an advisory committee and recognise the winners for being among the most successful companies in the UK and for their outstanding achievement in international trade.
CWC Group Products & Services:
Government summits to promote investment opportunities and provide a unique networking forum. Often combined with exhibitions.
International industry conferences with senior‐level industry speakers and topical agendas run by our in‐ house experts focused on strategic issues and new business opportunities.
Exhibitions to showcase new technologies and innovation in industry so decision‐makers and purchasers can forge partnerships and global alliances.
Private exclusive retreats, under Chatham House rules, to encourage open debate and high‐level networking opportunities.
Road shows to promote licensing rounds or a specific investment opportunity, held in industry‐related locations around the world.
Bespoke consultancy offering full promotional and organisational services for event hosting ‐ international conference, road shows or private meetings – using our industry knowledge, contacts and expertise.
Training courses providing skills and knowledge relevant to the workplace, led by industry professionals. CWC Group’s School for Energy covering Gas & Power, Management, Legal, and Refining & Alternative Fuels.
In‐house training for ministries, NOCs and IOCs offering customised programmes.
Corporate Responsibility CWC does not consider corporate responsibility as a mere philanthropic gesture or add‐on. It is part of our core business. We print materials and banners locally, use local security and transport companies, software companies, cleaners, catering, local stand builders and entertainment. CWC funds the Technical Sessions at its AEW event and with the support of Halliburton at NOG so that engineers, smaller firms and students can attend free of charge. CWC takes its responsibility towards the environment very seriously. We offset the carbon emissions for staff air travel to and from our events and courses.
Supporting local causes
Myriam Chbani, our Head of CSR visiting the Drifting Angels orphanage, 2008
We donate money to local charities in countries where we work. CWC is a major supporter of the Nigerian Childcare Trust and also supports the Motherless Babies Charity in Nigeria. CWC is also a member of The Nigerian Business Coalition Against AIDS (NIBUCAA). We have supported DIVOG, Drifting Angels Orphanage in Ghana by funding the building of their washing and toilet facilities. Funds raised from the Ghana Summits were used to install solar panels and more
accommodation for the children. Tackling key issues In‐country, our work is carried out in consultation with the key stakeholders including the Government Ministries, internationals investors, NGO’s and industry experts. For example, in Nigeria, we host a special session on the Niger Delta to engage all stakeholders to discuss the prevalent issues. We also work with governments and UNCTAD in researching and holding events on sustainable development and local content. And it’s not just externally... CWC is an equal opportunities employer offering best current working practices to ensure our teams are well‐ placed to deliver excellent results. Amongst our 100 permanent staff at our London headquarters, 19 languages are spoken. In addition to our own staff, CWC has offices, partners and agents in Algeria, Argentina, China, Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Italy, Malaysia, Nigeria, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Thailand and Turkey.
Partnerss we are p privileged d to workk with:
CWC have e welcom med the su upport off the follo owing com mpanies as a speakers and sponsors aat our even nts:
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