About us:

Energy & Corporate Africa is an energy and corporate leadership consulting firm. We aim to achieve our corporate goals by adding value to the business and human objectives of our clients. In so doing, we apply global standards, sound corporate governance, ethical, safe,  healthy and environmental  considerations.


Our experienced and dynamic global team are instrumental to our sound delivery of goals.  We strategically discuss and plan every project carrying our clients along and having their desires in focus.


We offer the following services:



  • The Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Energy Conference

  • Africa Marginal Field and Independent Producers Conference

  • Nigeria international Pipeline Technology & Security Conference

  • Subsea Nations  & Deepwater Development Conference

  • Nigeria Energy Forum

Market Intelligence
Road Shows and Promotion of Licensing Rounds

Corporate Retreats and Games
Arranging High-Level Meetings
Award Nights and Gala


Training and Workshops.


Energy & Corporate Africa is glad to partner with Petroleum Commission of Ghana in the promotion of Ghana Oil and Gas Road Show for available Offshore and Shallow water assets in Houston on Sept 21, 2022.


The Government of Ghana, through the Honorable Minister for Energy is leading a roadshow to Houston to strategically promote five available to attract IOCs with the requisite technical competencies and financial capacities to partner with Ghana to undertake E&P activities in respect of farm-in opportunities for two of the available blocks and E&P opportunities through direct negotiation for the three remaining blocks.


The five available blocks are:

  1. Deep Water Cape Three Points (DWCTP) Block

  2. Expanded Shallow Water Tano (ESWT) Block

  3. Offshore Cape Three Points South (OCTPS) Block

  4. Shallow Water Cape Three Points (SWCTP) Block

  5. South West Saltpond (SWS) Block

Two of the five available blocks; Expanded Shallow Water Tano (ESWT) Block currently operated by Base Energy Ghana Limited, and Deep Water Cape Three Points (DWCTP) Block originally operated by ExxonMobil, offer farm-in opportunities. 


The remaining three highly prospective available blocks, namely, Offshore Cape Three Points South (OCTPS) Block, South West Saltpond (SWS) Block and the Shallow Water Cape Three Points (SWCTP) Block, are being offered on the basis of direct negotiations.

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Nigeria's oil output at 32-year low as thieves hobble output (Reuters)

The decline is a further threat to strained finances in Africa's most populous nation and cuts global oil supply amid soaring energy costs due to the war in Ukraine.

Nigeria's total oil and condensates output dropped to an annual low of 1.18 million bpd in August, data from the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission showed. (Read more)

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Oil rises on OPEC+ supply restraint and brighter economic forecast

(Reuters) - Oil prices rose on Wednesday, supported by an OECD forecast for on global economic recovery and by OPEC+ oil output curbs, though gains were capped by rising U.S. inventories.

Brent crude rose 34 cents, or 0.5%, to $67.86 a barrel by 1310 GMT and U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude rose 51 cents, or 0.8%, to $64.52.

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Tullow Oil Looks to Speed Up Debt Payments as Crude Rebounds

Tullow Oil Plc said it hopes to accelerate debt repayments after crude prices climbed to a one-year high.

The Africa-focused producer, saddled with $2.4 billion of net debt, is among oil firms buoyed by the recent surge in prices as demand gradually recovers from 2020’s unprecedented slump. Tullow’s shares have jumped more than 80% this year as the company starts to turn its back on a tough period of drilling setbacks, management departures, collapsing prices and mounting borrowings.

What Are Vaccine Passports and How Would They Work?

(BLOOMBERG) With millions being vaccinated against Covid-19 every day, some political and business leaders are suggesting nations can help get life back to normal by rolling out a so-called vaccine passport: an easily accessible and verifiable certification that a person’s been inoculated. Private companies are already beginning to look at making shots mandatory for people who want to get on planes, cruise ships or attend events such as concerts. A handful of projects from governments, private firms and international associations are currently underway. But the idea raises scientific and ethical questions.

Shell Strikes $926MM Deal

(Bloomberg) -- Cairn Energy Plc reshuffled its portfolio, selling $460 million of assets in the U.K. North Sea and buying projects in Egypt’s Western Desert from Royal Dutch Shell Plc.

Both deals, announced Tuesday and seen completing in the second half of 2021, follow a  pickup in oil and gas acquisitions after 2020’s pandemic-driven slump. Cairn’s retreat from the North Sea comes after several other international producers have withdrawn from the aging region. Meanwhile its purchase in Egypt enables Shell to chalk up proceeds in an ongoing divestment program.


“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

“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


“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.


“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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