Gas and oil play a key role in Africa. In North Africa, four countries out of the seven are gas and oil producers, three of which are large consumers/exporters.
In Sub-Saharan Africa, oil is by far the most important source of commercial energy. While some countries (e.g. Nigeria and Angola) are large producers/exporters, many others require imported oil; as such, their energy bill is a large percentage of their GDP.
Developing gas and oil production, improving the management of oil revenues, developing the logistics for gas and oil imports and exports, and methods of saving gas and oil everywhere possible are all key issues in Africa.
General review of the situation in Africa by region: North Africa, South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa
Gas and oil production: review by country; perspectives on development
Management of hydrocarbon revenues
Government, NOC and IOC strategies
This seminar will enhance your understanding of the gas and oil production/management issues in Africa. It will help in designing a successful strategy for your activities in this continent.
Up-to-date and relevant issues relating to the various topics covered will be brought up for discussion with a limited number of highly motivated participants (10 maximum). A group of this size specifically favours interactivity and learning based on experience. The course leader guarantees that selected additional speakers will provide the necessary expertise and will focus on the most pertinent cases.
Who should attend?
Executives of medium-sized or large companies involved in gas and oil activities, as well as corporate consultants looking to sharpen their expertise in the field.
For further information, please contact:
Deputy Head of Executive Education
M: +44 770 2930635 - T: +44 207 443 8816