Ghana Securities and Capital Market Conference
Mar 27 – Mar 28 all-day
4th African Islamic Finance summit @ Hyatt Regency
Mar 28 – Mar 29 all-day
Ghana Insurance 2017
Mar 28 – Mar 29 all-day
Global Forum on EPC Project Management and Contract Compliance
Apr 6 – Apr 7 all-day


6th – 7th April, Berlin

Conference overview

EPC Project Management is the “Heart” of internal and external Operational division of Power and O&G industries with its own Scale and Complexity. With the current challenges and the drop in the oil price, Contract Compliance is the most important part of Global Projects on the market

EPC P.E.A.R.L. Management: Procurement, Engineering, Assessment, Risk and Labour together with Contract Compliance are the main highlights for the Global Forum on EPC Management and Contract Compliance this year. Major O&G and Energy companies must keep best practical approaches and planning schedules with the right cost control and budget allocation models of the Global Projects.

This Global forum will serve as a high-level business-networking environment for top decision-makers for Power and O&G industries, where they can exchange know-how techniques, professional opinion and future forecasts regarding the EPC Project Management and Contract Compliance concepts.

Key Topics:

  • Hear about effective Integration of Cost and Schedule Processes
  • Learn how to Manage CAPEX Risk
  • Understand Project Control requirement
  • Examine and analyse Risk Independency fields
  • Discover effective Strategies for Performance Management and Resource Allocation
  • Learn EPC contract provisions relating to HSE
  • Discover new Internet-Technical Development and Application
  • How to reduce complexity of Global Projects
  • Define Labour Resources such as Discipline, Skills, Experience and Know-How Techniques
  • Understand the Integration of Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility
  • Re-model Contractor Quality Management

Who should be attending?

Vice-Presidents, General Managers, Directors, Heads, Managers of:

  • Project Management
  • Construction
  • Procurement
  • Contract Risk Management
  • Project Planning
  • Contracts
  • Compliance
  • Engineering
  • Technical Department
  • Quality Management
  • EPC Realisation
  • Operations Department
  • Global Projects
  • Investment
  • Engineering Department
  • Purchasing and Supply Management
  • R&D Department

Target audience:

  • Power and Utilities
  • Oil & Gas Operators
  • Upstream
  • Midstream
  • Downstream
  • Contractors
  • Pipeline Operators
  • Transmission System Operators (TSOs)
  • Distribution System Operators (DSOs)
  • Regulators
  • Consultancies, Solution Provider companies and Service Suppliers

Why you need to attend?

This Global Forum on EPC Project Management and Cost Control for Power and O&G Industries provides the new opportunity for delegates to gain the following:

  • Business-network with senior industry experts from the leading Power, Oil & Gas operators from Upstream, Midstream and Downstream, Pipeline Operators, TSOs and DSOs
  • Attend the interactive brainstorming sessions to be a part of the open-minded discussions, debates, simulations task and games about the global processes in EPC
  • Hear about Effective Integration of Cost and Schedule Processes
  • Understand Project Control requirement
  • Discover sufficient Strategies for Performance Management and Resource Allocation
  • Re-model Internet-Technical Development and Application
  •  How to Reduce Complexity of Global Projects?

Future Play & Playspaces MENA 2017 @ Dubai
Apr 17 – Apr 18 all-day

Future Play & Playspaces MENA has been specifically created for those developing, designing, building and equipping indoor and outdoor play facilities across the MENA region. It’s an event dedicated to showcasing the growing business opportunities in this rapidly expanding sector. Hear relevant government agencies and leading operators & developers outline their future business plans. A stakeholder led-forum, the programme will cover the relevant projects in the major population hubs of the GCC and Egypt.


3rd Congo International Hydrocarbons Conference & Exhibition @ The Palais des Congres, Brazzaville
Apr 24 – Apr 26 all-day


On behalf of the Ministry of Hydrocarbons, Republic of Congo & AME Trade Ltd, we are delighted to welcome you to the Republic of Congo’s Third International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (CIEHC-3). CIEHC will take place at the Palais des Congres, Brazzaville from 24– 26 April 2017.

CIEHC-3 will be a turnkey event covering the opportunities and challenges associated with doing business in the Republic of Congo’s hydrocarbons sector. It will feature:

  • Three day trade exhibition
  • Two day conference
  • Interactive workshops
  • Congo Oil and Gas Award Gala Dinner

An established event in the global oil and gas calendar. CIEHC has already established as the leading oil and gas event in the Central African region, the second edition of the event (2014) featured: over 1000 attendees, 36 speakers and 50 exhibitors emanating from 25 countries.

For more information visit: Ciehc website


Investing in Congo through oil, gas and related infrastructure

Organiser: AME TRADE Ltd,

East Africa Trade & Commodity Finance Conference @ Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club , Nairobi
May 9 – May 10 all-day
SWIFT African Regional Conference
May 16 – May 18 all-day

Innotribe is also active across the African continent with the Innotribe Startup Challenge for Africa. The Startup Challenge has become one of the leading global startup competitions, connecting the financial services industry with more than 650 FinTech startups around the world and reaching over 4,000 audience members through global showcases and networking events. Applications for the 2017 Innotribe Startup Challenge close on Friday 17 March 2017. The finalists will be showcased at the SWIFT African Regional Conference on 16-18 May in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Innotribe reveals the secrets to success for innovation in financial services

INFRA EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION @ Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, Kenya
May 29 – May 31 all-day
Waste to Energy a focus at Pollution and Waste Tech Africa
Jun 6 – Jun 8 all-day

Fourth Industrial Revolution – pollution and waste management technologies to go on show in Johannesburg

Waste to Energy programmes, the subject of growing international and South African focus, will be a key topic of discussion during workshops alongside an upcoming pollution and waste technology exhibition in Johannesburg.

Pollution and Waste Technology Africa, to be staged at the Ticketpro Dome in June this year, will showcase the latest pollution and waste management technologies on the market. Workshops alongside the exhibition, themed around the Fourth Industrial Revolution, will have a key focus on Waste to Energy challenges and opportunities in South Africa.

This fast-emerging area of environmental and waste management grew to a global market size of over $20 billion by 2015, and the thermal Waste to Energy market alone is expected to top $29 billion by 2023, according to research by Global Market Insights.

This growth is driven by environmental factors, challenges in managing proliferating waste volumes, and renewable energy directives from governments around the world. In South Africa, the government’s focus on environmental initiatives and renewable energy sources has driven an increased focus on Waste to Energy. Recently, the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA), in partnership with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF) announced a $4.22 million worth Waste to Energy project in Pretoria, and the City of Cape Town officially opened a R400m Waste to Energy conversion plant in Athlone.

“Waste to Energy technologies present solutions to a number of challenges we face today,” says Carol Weaving, Managing Director of Reed Exhibitions, organisers of Pollution and Waste Technology Africa.

“However, optimising the potential of Waste to Energy and improving waste management in general, demands collaboration from all stakeholders. For example, infrastructure and architecture, from which 40% of all pollution is generated, must contribute to the discussion on new design models, technologies and materials, so that the entire value chain contributes to finding solutions to environmental challenges.

The Pollution and Waste Technology Africa exhibition and workshops will serve as a platform to bring together stakeholders from across public and private sector, in the academic, scientific, health and safety, engineering, environmental, water and waste management sectors, to discover the new methodologies and technologies for waste management in South Africa.”

Pollution and Waste Technology Africa, to be co-located with Africa Automation Fair 2017 and the Connected Industries conference, will address the latest developments around Waste to Energy plans among its conference and workshop topics. Other key issues to come under discussion will be technologies to address air pollution, e-waste: the fastest-growing waste stream, innovations in air quality monitoring and digital solutions for waste management. The exhibition will showcase energy, environmental, waste and water systems, risk assessment and management solutions, smart cities technology and more.

The event will be attended by a broad range of stakeholders, including engineers, technology developers, manufacturers, local authorities and utilities, medical stakeholders, researchers and educational stakeholders, and professionals in the pollution, energy, water, waste and environmental industries.

Pollution and Waste Technology Africa, Africa Automation Fair 2017 and the Connected Industries conference will be held from 6-8 June 2017 at the Ticketpro Dome in North Riding, Johannesburg.

For more information, please visit:;

Oct 5 – Oct 6 all-day

The third edition of the Africa Women Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) Conference & Exhibition will hold from 5 to 6 October 2017 in Cape Town, Africa’s most beautiful and famous business tourism and convention destination. The theme for AWIEF 2017 is Equity, Impact and Inclusive Growth towards Agenda 2030”.

The event is billed to make unprecedented strides in AWIEF`s pan-African campaign to accelerate the economic empowerment and advancement of African women and girls. We will, once again, gather together under one roof, Africa’s next generation, emerging and leading women in business, entrepreneurship, SMEs, MSMEs, government, international organisations, NGOs, technology and innovation space, and this time on South African soil for the first time.

The content-rich, knowledge and experience-sharing two-day Conference will include keynotes, panel discussions, workshops, spotlight and breakout sessions covering a range of topics across different themes. AWIEF is your perfect platform to launch a new service or product with government and C-suite corporate executives and decision-makers in attendance and paying attention.

The parallel AWIEF Exhibition offers an opportunity for all-sector business service companies and corporate entities, startups, SMEs/MSMEs, and women-owned enterprises and social entrepreneurs to showcase their products, innovations, solutions, technologies, services, roles and contributions to the African economy and society. Small business owners will market their brands, network and interact with prominent business leaders, investors and corporate organizations.

Join us at Africa’s premier B2B, women entrepreneurship and innovation event!

Dates and Venue:

Conference and Exhibition: 5 – 6 October 2017

Venue: Century City Conference Centre, Cape Town, South Africa

Awards & Gala Dinner: 6 October 2017

To register and attend:


Telephone: +27 21 826 8878

Mobile; +27 76 052 1199 (South Africa); +234 814 376 9875 (Nigeria)

Facebook: AWIEF Initiative

Twitter: @awieforum

Instagram: @awieforum

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