North Africa – the next Afghanistan
18 March 2013, 5.30pm - 7.00pm
Jubilee Room, off Westminster Hall, House of Commons
6th Annual Sub-Saharan Africa Oil & Gas Conference
25 & 26 April 2013
Marriott West Loop, Houston, Texas, USA
Sub-Saharan Africa continues to show great potentials in oil and gas
production. The envisaged growth is expected to come from improved
operations, technologies, reservoir management, advancement in geology
& geophysics, deep investments, risk control, best practices, new
petroleum laws, and new discoveries in the region.
If you want to know what’s going on in the burgeoning Sub-Saharan Africa
Oil & Gas Market; how to maximize investment opportunities,
exploration and production or to plug into the latest business
opportunities in the region, this conference is for you.
Contact: Sunny Oputa or Lydia Lawrence +(713) 271 7778, (USA) +(281) 691 5725
Email: Events@energycorporateafrica.com. www.energycorporateafrica.com
Governing Natural Resources for Africa’s Development
9 & 10 May 2013
North-South Institute Ottawa Forum
The Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
On May 9 and 10,
2013, The North-South Institute will hold a two-day international forum
on Governing Natural Resources for Africa’s Development. The NSI Ottawa
Forum will distill from the growing body of knowledge and experience
associated with natural resource extraction, policies and practices that
can best produce positive outcomes for all key stakeholders – local
communities, extractive sector investors, civil society groups,
international organizations, multilateral donor agencies and host
governments. The following themes will be discussed at the Forum:
• The Role of Africa’s Natural Resources in the Global Economy;
• Governing the Extractive Sector in Africa: Institutional Challenges and Opportunities;
• Extractive Companies and Community Engagement in Africa: Beyond CSR, and the Role of Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC);
• Emerging Economies and the New Scramble for Africa’s Natural Resources;
• Mining and Development in Africa: Canada’s Role;
• Land Governance and Land Deals in Africa.
Participants at the Forum will include senior Canadian and African
policymakers and government officials, extractive industry executives,
global and African civil society groups, multilateral institutions,
donor agencies, diplomats, think-tanks and academics.
Oil & Gas Infrastructure Security East Africa
24 - 27 June 2013
Oil & Gas Infrastructure Security East Africa, taking place on the 23rd & 24th June 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya,
is unique in providing access to region-specific intelligence and
advice on how to take a proactive approach to your security strategy.
You will also receive industry insights into the most innovative
security measures being adopted in high risk locations throughout the
You’ll meet with Global Heads of Security, Regional and Country Security Managers, Onshore and Offshore Security Managers and key stakeholders involved in driving forward an effective response to the threats faced by your industry.
You’ll leave armed with vital strategic updates as well as the practical security measures you can implement to deliver a robust security strategy.