2 Days = $1,500
1 Day = $1,000

The Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Conference is a unique conference that brings petroleum ministers, senior government representatives, African producers, national oil companies, international oil companies, investors, financial institutions, service sector and entire stakeholders together to meet; share knowledge, exchange ideas, gain insight, showcase expertise and enhance warm networking for  business relationship.

The conference will present hydrocarbon investment opportunities and potentials of participating nations. It will provide insight to various business opportunities in the oil/gas value chain both upcoming licensing rounds and farm-in and also trending service contracts. The conference will discuss impact of technology and digitalization in ensuring capacity building and optimization in the exploration and production phases.


It will also discuss lessons learnt through case studies, value-added projects and showcase trending and effective technologies that could assist operators in reservoir modeling and resolving pipeline issues. Further discussions will hinge on assessing capital for projects, gas-to-power, LNG, local content and its impact in attracting Foreign Direct Investment.


Some of the areas to be discussed:

  • Optimization processes in upstream, midstream and downstream

  • Licensing Rounds, Investment Opportunities in the Oil/Gas Value Chain in the Region

  • New Gas Domain – Gas Investment Strategies and Market Development

  • LNG Market – Regional and Global Approach

  • Project Funding – Models, Debt Structuring and ROI Issues

  • Project Management and Case Studies

  • Applicable and Measurable Cost Cutting Methodologies

  • Artificial Intelligence and Cutting Edge Technologies  - Impact and Applications

  • Asset Management  and Infrastructural Development

  • Subsea

  • Legal Frameworks, Petroleum Policy and Regulations

  • Local Content and Community Relations
          ….and more


  • Gain Insight and Share Knowledge on Investment Trends and Opportunities in the Region

  • Understand the Regional Legal Framework, Contract Models, Petroleum Policies and Regulatory Issues /Local Content Policies

  • Have a Good Grasp of Market Opportunities in the Upstream, Midstream and Downstream Sector

  • Plug into the New Gas Market and LNG Trends

  • Showcase your expertise and Brand

  • Network with Senior Government Officials, Policy Makers, Industry Captains and Peers

“The conference was extremely educative for me. It was great having our folks from other African countries sit in same room discussing our common challenges and way forward. I am happy to have had the opportunity to be part of that”

Ibiyemi Asaolu
New Ventures Manager
Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Company, (SNEPCo)

“The annual Sub-Saharan Africa Conference stands apart from all other events, as it allows great interaction among participants and speakers; it is one-of-a-kind opportunity to start networking with top oil & gas players and to gather information about Sub-Saharan plans and investments in a unique environment”.


 Paul Cavioni  - Area Manager, Africa , Chimec SPA, Italy


Tel: 713-271-7778

        281 691 5725

Fax: 713-271-7773 


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“The conference was extremely educative for me. It was great having our folks from other African countries sit in same room discussing our common challenges and way forward. I am happy to have had the opportunity to be part of that”


Ibiyemi Asaolu
New Ventures Manager, Deepwater
Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Company, (SNEPCo)

“Thanks much and congrats on your doggedness and energy, which have contributed to keep this good conference running all these years. Wishing you more success in the years ahead” 


Engr. Geoff Onuoha

CEO, BG Technical
Chairman, Pipelines Professionals Association of Nigeria


“As always this conference is the place to be when we want to talk about oil and gas business in Africa”


Nuno Rosa
Angola USA Business Association
CEO, TXB Global Inc.


“I would like to use this opportunity to thank you for the speaking opportunity at the 11th Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Conference in Houston. The Conference was a tremendous success and I look forward to attend it again next year”


Luís Miranda

Consultor / Counsel


Business Development LLC


“Simply impressive and informative”


Dr. Emeka Duruigbo
Oil/Gas, Business Professor
Texas Southern University

“The conference presented a good platform for sharing and gaining of knowledge. It was also very interactive and created a good networking atmospheres”


Cany Jobe
Reservoir Engineering  & Upstream Affairs Manager,
Gambia National Petroleum Corporation

“Conference was well coordinated. Key speakers were very masterful in their various subjects”


Edward Asongwo
Chief Executive Officer

Douala, Cameroon

“Thank you very much for the very well-organized conference”


Alexander van Nauta Lemke 
NBD & Commercial Advisor SAAF
Shell International Exploration & Production.  

The Hague, The Netherlands

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