Eastern Africa - the Fast Emerging Oil and Gas Frontier Region
THE HAGUE, The Netherlands, February 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Global Pacific & Partners 5th Eastern Africa Oil, Gas-LNG & Energy Conference (28-30 April 2014)
Eastern Africa has been transformed into a fast-emerging oil and gas frontier region. The onshore and offshore potential includes exclusive economic zones, deepwater opportunities and ultra-deep plays. The 15 nation states in the region are diverse in scale, resource potential, contract terms, and venture-types and in regard to exploration cycles and hydrocarbon discoveries.
The 5th Eastern Africa Oil, Gas/LNG & Energy Conference 2014 held from 28-30 April 2014 in Nairobi, Kenya showcases significant presentations of chief executives, government officials, Ministers and key players in Eastern African exploration, from within leading corporate and state oil companies as well as inside the energy finance and service/supply industry value-chain, with an important Exhibition over the Conference period.
Strategy Briefing; key insights
During the 5th Eastern Africa Strategy Briefing Dr Duncan Clarke, advisor to numerous companies and governments, and author of several historiography and economics books on Africa and its oil and gas future, provides key insights on the corporate upstream oil and gas game, governments and state oil firms and licensing agency strategies.
SOURCE Global Pacific & Partners