The Deep Offshore West Africa Congress 2016, which is scheduled for next month June 23rd to 24th, 2016 will take place in Accra- Ghana at the Fiesta Royale Hotel. The congress will bring together ten (10) countries in West Africa with key Oil and Gas producers Nigeria, Angola, Ghana as well as emerging countries Gabon, Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal, Liberia, Equatorial Guinea, Congo and Cameroon.
Major issues to be discussed at the event include regulations in the Deep Offshore Oil and Gas extraction, local content to keep up with the latest market dynamics besides technical workshop to innovate the advanced technology exclusive session to exploit the effective solutions to overcome the low oil price hard times. There will be NOC round tables to learn the national background at once. Participants will be taught on how to acquire new license, discovery & field development projects focusing to evaluate prospects of commercial development in the region.
Experts in the Oil and Gas industry such as the Chief Executive of the Petroleum Commission, Ghana, Director General of the Ghana Maritime Authority, Formal Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Ghana, General Director, GE Petrol, Equatorial Guinea, Executive Vice President Sub Saharan Africa, ENI, Executive Director, Ghana Oil and Gas Service Providers Association (GOGSPA) and the President of Ghana Institution of Geoscientists (GhIG).
By the end of the congress, the participants will have benefited from the various partnerships and gain in depth knowledge about Offshore Oil and Gas sector in the West African Sub-region and assist policy reforms by decision makers, industry players, and oversight actors in the various countries.