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3rd Annual LNG Terminals & Distribution 1-4 July 2013

Posted on 11 April 2013 by Africa Business

Event Title: 3rd Annual LNG Terminals & Distribution

Date: 1-4 July 2013

Location: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

Website: http://www.lngregasificationterminals.com/

IBC Asia’s LNG Terminals & Distribution conference focuses on the latest LNG regasification terminal projectsinnovative LNG distribution solutions,new LNG technology and fundamentalLNG operational and maintenance strategies for the long term sustainability of Asia’s LNG market.

It is the leading event that offers a key industry platform for LNG terminal developers, operators, off-takers, contractors and technology experts to share know-how, explore innovation and develop synergies for sound business partnerships.

Follow link to download LNG Terminals & Distribution brochure - http://www.ibcasia.com/conferences/energy/flng/download-brochure

 

What’s New for 2013?

  • Larger, revamped program with more speakers & sessions to choose from
  • 40+ expert speakers
  • 3 specialist focused tracks, so you can customize your own program:
  • LNG Terminal Planning & Investment
  • LNG Terminal Operations & Maintenance
  • LNG Distribution
  • Showcase of technology & innovation in the LNG terminal & distribution sector
  • 10+ Official Networking opportunities including networking cocktails & speed networking enabling you to develop business relationships

Key Topics to be Covered This Year Include:

  • LNG Supplies for Asia’s LNG Terminals & Distribution
  • Regulatory Framework & Incentives to Promote Investments in LNG Infrastructure
  • New LNG Regasification Terminals in Asia
  • LNG Terminal Planning & Investment
  • LNG Terminal Operations & Maintenance
  • Promoting & Expanding Domestic use of Natural Gas
  • Developing Integrative Pipeline & Non-Pipeline Natural Gas Distribution Networks
  • Small Scale LNG
  • LNG Distribution Business Models
  • Marine CNG Transportation & Distribution as an Alternative to Pipelines
  • Virtual Pipelines

For more information, please visit www.lngregasificationterminals.com or call our customer service hotline +65 6508 2401 to enquire today.

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Why has Africa been so important for Global Pacific & Partners ?

Posted on 06 April 2013 by Thandisizwe Mgudlwa

Dr Duncan Clarke,
CEO of Global Pacific & Partners

What is the nature of your organisation?

We are a private advisory group, built on research and knowledge, with a suite of annual strategy briefings and landmark management conferences in world oil and gas with focus on Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, with thirty years-plus in the upstream industry, whilst we equally hold extensive database on world oil/gas and on the economics of Africa, on which we have been author for widely-acclaimed books (Africa: Crude Continent, and Africa’s Future- as well as a TV/Film Documentary made on Africa’s oil and gas. So we are diversified but highly focused and we have pioneered many facets within the world industry including dedicated and gratis Newsletters across the world.

How do you see your role?

Our firm has been active in building relationships in oil and gas between companies and Governments and National oil Companies across Continents over many years, and we undertake Roadshows as well as assist Private Clients in advisory practice whilst our renown PetroAfricanus Club has been active in Africa for over a decade. So in a sense we facilitated acreage and asset marketing and strategies, and high-level management interfaces across the corporate/state oil world.

How long have you been with Global Pacific & Partners, and where did it all begin?

I am the founder of the firm which began in its inception and origins in the late 1970s, whilst in the last two decades Babette van Gessel (Senior Partner) has been involved with our business in all spheres, and acts now as Deputy-CEO. Our origins trace back to Geneve and research ventures and joint ventures begun there, and our Conference suite dates from 1991 (our landmark Africa Upstream since 1994) whilst we have undertaken 22 years in the sphere of Strategy Briefings which are conducted worldwide.

What conferences are taking place this year and where will your first conference be?

We have a well-established conference suite – including on Western Africa, Eastern Africa, North Africa-Mediterranean-MidEast, and Africa Oil Week (24-29th November 2013) as well as on Asia and Latin America, for which details can be found on www.petro21.com

Why is Western Africa so hot right now and what can delegates expect from the 19th Western Africa Oil, Gas & Energy conference?

Our Conference in Windhoek, Namibia over 22-24th April showcases the potential in oil/gas and LNG from Morocco to South Africa and including the littoral states, whiles it features 30 speakers, and covers highly prospective exploration zones, onshore and offshore frontiers, and deepwater potential across 25 countries – half of Africa nearly.

Why has Africa been so important for Global Pacific & Partners ?

Our origins lie in Africa, for both Senior Partners, and where we have been active in economics and related sphere for over four decades, whilst we have had an office in South Africa since 1994, and many of our Team come from Southern Africa, whilst we have been active with all countries on the Continent, visited around 47 countries on business to date, and been intimately involved in the oil and gas industry across the continent, plus we have extensively published on Africa and conducted numerous Advisory mandates in and on the Continent, and not just its hydrocarbon industry.

What will be some of the highlights for this year?

Probably the continued interest in Africa both in economic growth terms and in hydrocarbons, as well as in intensified competition and corporate new entries into frontiers, notably Eastern Africa.

In what ways, do you think Global Pacific & Partners is meeting the needs and expectations of delegates that attend these conferences?

Our feedback from a wide range of delegates, sponsors and exhibitors as well as speakers is excellent, and has earned us the reputation as the No-1 player of our type in Africa and the global upstream, with the greatest longevity of a cross-continent suite of meetings, the deepest and most important Conference portfolio on Africa within the oil and gas industry, and an unrivalled position in strategy briefings, roadshows and social networking for corporate/state clients across the world.

Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you for this invitation to be interviewed.

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6th Annual FLNG Asia 2013. 20-23 May 2013

Posted on 05 April 2013 by Africa Business

Event Listing – FLNG Asia (MS Word)

Event Title: 6th Annual FLNG Asia 2013

Date: 20-23 May 2013

Location: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

Website: http://www.flngconference.com/

FLNG offers the most technologically innovative and cost-efficient LNG production facility. There is not one single terminal or vessel in use as yet, but a number of players, such as Shell and Petronas, are in the race to launch a range of alternative options to the market.

IBC’s Annual FLNG Asia 2013 is the premier conference in Asia addressing the latest technical and commercial opportunities as well as the alternatives to more economical and feasible FLNG projects.

Follow link to download FLNG Asia 2013 brochure - http://www.ibcasia.com/conferences/energy/flng/download-brochure

 

Why You Must Attend This Year’s Event

  • Hear the newest and latest in FLNG technology and innovation
  • Uncover the commercial potential of Small-Midscale FLNG
  • Assess the viability of LNG Carriers conversion to FLNG
  • Address challenges in FLNG construction and project management
  • Develop innovative strategies for FLNG contracting and financing
  • Explore alternatives and options for lower-CAPEX FLNG models

Key Topic Highlights to be Covered Include:

  • Spotlight on the FLRSU (Floating Liquefaction, Regasification and Storage Unit)—the first in the world!
  • Top-level discussions on the feasibility of the FLNG Vessel conversion—can it be done?
  • Expert Sessions by Leading Oil & Gas Companies on the Vast Business Opportunities in Offshore Gas Reserves and Gas Buyer Markets
  • Interactive Discussions on Effective FLNG Contracting, Project Financing & Risk Mitigation Strategies
  • Excellence in FLNG Construction, Operations, Maintenance & End-User Distribution
  • Special focus on upcoming FLNG Projects: life after Prelude

Be sure to get your seat and be part of the exceptional investment potential in FLNG commercialization!

For more information, please visit http://www.flngconference.com or call our customer service hotline +65 6508 2401 to enquire today.

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Oil and gas exploration focus on Western Africa

Posted on 02 April 2013 by Africa Business

19th Western Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Conference 2013, held in Windhoek

WINDHOEK, Namibia, April 2, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ With an interior domain across 27 countries, covering one half of the African land mass, and a offshore potential from Morocco to the Cape, the Western Africa oil and gas exploration zone is one of the world’s richest and most promising for ventures and new opportunities in the upstream market. The 19th Western Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Conference 2013 will focus on the oil and gas opportunities and potential, both offshore and onshore, in this vast zone.

The Conference is hosted by Global Pacific & Partners and held from April 22nd until 24th at the Hilton Hotel in Windhoek Namibia. The meeting will reveal opportunities and business cases for hydrocarbon exploration, discovery and development as well as gas-LNG and energy development. The key focus lies on major players, government opportunities, leading independents, Atlantic basins and gas/LNG markets, and Western Africa’s many prospective oil and gas frontiers.

“No global player or emerging independent with an international footprint, or even a fast-growing state oil company, can afford to underrate this world-class Western African play,” Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO of Global Pacific & Partners states. “Western Africa offers a rich suite of technical and corporate options: abundant acreage, acquisitions, bid rounds, new exploration frontiers, a consistent record of oil and gas discoveries, rising oil and gas reserves, attractive contract terms, competitive potential in LNG ventures across several countries, and even large undeveloped resources in heavy oil, oil sands, and emerging shale gas and oil ventures.”

The Conference is attended by governments, national oil companies, licensing agencies and leading corporate players.

The Program highlights presentations about future offshore and onshore potential in numerous countries including inter alia: Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, Sao Tome, Senegal, Guinea Bissau, Namibia and Congo –plus on regional projects and joint development zones, and the West African gas pipeline.

Prior to the Conference the 9th Western Africa Strategy Briefing by Dr. Duncan Clarke is held on April 22nd, and will provide key insights on the region’s corporate upstream oil and gas game, government policies and state oil firms” strategies, and bid rounds and open acreage by licensing agencies – with Presentations from Africa’s leading oil and gas strategist.

More information:
http://www.petro21.com/events/?id=794

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Global Pacific & Partners

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Atlantic Energy: How Indigenous Companies are Transforming the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry

Posted on 06 March 2013 by The African Press Organization

 

Atlantic Energy (http://www.atlanticenergy.com) is a private upstream oil and gas group founded by Nigerian and international exploration and production (“E&P”) executives with an extensive track record and experience in the Nigerian E&P sector. The company currently operates in Nigeria and will continue in its Enduring Commitment to develop Nigeria and its abundant resources through energy and infrastructural development.

 

LAGOS, Nigeria, March 6, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ Atlantic Energy was a platinum sponsor at the recently concluded 13th Nigerian Oil and Gas conference, one of Africa’s largest oil and gas conference held in Abuja was a gathering of over 1000 national and international senior level delegates from the Upstream, Midstream and Downstream sectors of the oil and gas industry.

 

Representatives including the Nigerian Minister of Petroleum Resources, H.E. Diezani Alison-Madueke; Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), represented by the Group Managing Director, Andrew Yakubu and Group Executive Director, Exploration & Production, Abiye Membere; International and Indigenous Oil Companies (IOCs), Service Companies; Nigerian and international banks amongst others.

The Co-Chief Executive Officer of Atlantic Energy, Mr. Scott Aitken chaired the panel discussion on the topic: “Focus on Independents – How are Indigenous Companies Transforming the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry? Key points that were discussed included: (1) Creating an enabling environment to encourage Nigerian companies to enter and expand operations; (2) what are the fiscal and regulatory incentives that indigenous companies require? (3) How can indigenous companies access the technical know-how and financing to further their operations? (4) The divestment process from IOCs to indigenous companies successes and pitfalls?

Mr. Aitken noted that while IOCs are responsible for over 90% of production in Nigeria, there are hundreds of undeveloped onshore discoveries, therefore, there is a need for more indigenous companies like Atlantic Energy to join in taking the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry forward.

He also noted that recently, the Nigerian government tasked the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company (NPDC), an operator (and fully owned subsidiary of the NNPC) who are in a strategic alliance with Atlantic Energy to develop a number of NPDC’s assets to drastically increase its production of crude oil and natural gas.

NPDC has 130,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) of current production with a target of reaching 250,000 bopd by 2015 and significantly increasing the supply of domestic gas to the country to enable an increase in power generation and support local manufacturing industries. Atlantic Energy through its Strategic Alliance with NPDC, will assist NPDC attain this target.

Additionally, he stated that a significant portion of the Nigeria’s marketed natural gas is processed into LNG and this natural gas only constituted 4% of the country’s energy consumption as at 2010; however, the power sector privatization is driving an increased demand for gas, with an installed capacity of 7,000 MW and a target capacity of 16,000 MW by the end of 2013.

Mr. Aitken further stated the challenges facing companies like Atlantic Energy and the wider industry and proffered solutions to the problems raging from old infrastructure, Swamp and land terrain, community stakeholder relationships and expectations, multiple partners/new models, to ambitious targets can be addressed through detailed evaluation and phased infrastructure replacement/upgrade, encouragement of swamp and land terrain asset management, community engagements and updates should be assessed, there should be project prioritization and clear centralization management structures including strong relationship building and there is a need to have fast track solutions to deliver early results to fund further development.

 

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Atlantic Energy

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19th Western Africa Oil, Gas & Energy 2013

Posted on 30 January 2013 by Africa Business

22 – 24 April 2013, Hilton Windhoek, Namibia
Hosted & Organised: Global Pacific & Partners


Program & Registration: www.petro21.com

Contact: babette@glopac.com or sonika@glopac-partners.com

Sponsor & Exhibition Opportunities:   Sonika Greyvenstein: sonika@glopac-partners.com

Sponsors 2013 Include: HRT Oil & Gas, Chariot Oil & Gas, Core Laboratories, Salama Fikira, Manica Logistics and MGGS, OFS Portal, Preng & Associates

Endorsed By: Ministry of Mines & Energy, Namibia

Supported By: Nigerian Associaton of Petroleum Explorationists

Exclusive International Broadcast Partner: CNN


Global Pacific & Partners announce the program for the 19th Western Africa Oil, Gas & Energy 2013 Conference, Hilton Hotel, Windhoek, Namibia, 23 – 24 April 2013, and the 9th Western Africa: Strategy Briefing taking place 22nd April at same venue.

Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners, says: “No global player or emerging Independent with an international footprint, or even fast-growing state oil company, can afford to underrate this world-class Western African play – which offers a suite of technical and corporate options: abundant acreage, farmins, acquisitions, bid rounds, new exploration frontiers, a consistent record of oil/gas discoveries, fast-breaking plays such as in the Transform Margin, rising oil/gas reserves, attractive contract terms, competitive potential in LNG ventures across several countries, and even large undeveloped resources in heavy oil/oil sands, and emerging shale gas/oil ventures”.

The 19th Western Africa Oil, Gas & Energy 2013, begins with the 9th Western Africa Strategy Briefing on Monday 22 April 2013 (Separately Bookable) and is presented by Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners, a leading global strategist, speaker and author on the fast-changing world oil and gas industry. It provides key insights on the oil, gas and energy game, built over 30 years of oil and gas research. It tracks shifting energy maps in Africa South of the Equator, providing seasoned highlights.

“Western Africa” covers a vast oil and gas exploration zone, one of the world’s richest and most promising for ventures- from Morocco to the Cape, including island states, with an enormous offshore zone and hydrocarbon potential, alongside prospective deepwater blocks, ultra-deep opportunities only to date marginally explored, Exclusive Economic Zones, and promising pre-salt potential analogous to Brasil, plus numerous existing onshore basins (producing and immature, as well as frontier) and a huge interior domain across 27 countries – in effect, fully one half of Africa and the continental land mass of over 30, 000 sq km.

The 49th PetroAfricanus Dinner takes place 23rd April with Preng & Associates as Patron of the PetroAfricanus Club for 2013.

The 9th Western Africa Oil, Gas & Energy 2013 Conference (23 – 24 April 2013) features keynote presentations from:

  • · Immanuel Mulunga, Petroleum Commissioner, Ministry of Mines & Energy, Namibia
  • · Didier Lluch, Exploration Director, East- West Africa, Repsol
  • · Ian Gordon, International New Ventures Manager, Noble Energy, Houston
  • · Marcio Mello, Chief Executive Officer, HRT Oil & Gas, Rio de Janeiro
  • · Dr Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners
  • · Jean-Pierre Saba, Exploration Manager, Societe Nationale des Petroles du Congo (SNPC), Brazzaville
  • · Raymond Kargbo, Head of Petroleum Directorate, Sierra Leone Petroleum Directorate
  • · Luis Prazeres, Executive Director, Agencia Nacional do Petroleo de Sao Tome & Principe
  • · Babette van Gessel, Vice Chairman, Global Pacific & Partners, The Hague
  • · Paul Welch, Chief Executive Officer, Chariot Oil & Gas, United Kingdom
  • · Jeff Greenblum, Chairman of the Board, EnerGulf, Washington
  • · Peter Ntephe, Chief Executive, ERHC Energy, Houston
  • · Rogers Beall, Executive Chairman, Africa Fortesa Corporation, Dakar
  • · Stephan Brabant, Partner, Energy & Infrastructure, Herbert Smith, Paris
  • · Charles Adeniji, Managing Director, West African Gas Pipeline
  • · Keith Bainbridge, Partner, Gas, RS Platou
  • · Howard McDowall, Director & General Manager, Luba Freeport
  • · David Livingston, Chief Executive Officer, Salamanca Risk Management
  • · Nangula Hamunyela, Managing Director, Engen Namibia (Pty) Ltd, Windhoek
  • · Gary Wine, Chief Executive Officer, Pan African Oil Ltd
  • · Radwan Hadi, Chief Operating Officer, Victoria Oil & Gas
  • · Gil Holzman, President, Chief Executive Officer & Director, Eco Atlantic Oil & Gas
  • · Leslie Blair, Managing Director, Eland Oil & Gas, Nigeria
  • · Prince Tokunbo Sijuwade, Executive Chairman, Centrica Resources Nigeria Ltd
  • · Ahmed Salem Ould Tekrour, Director General of Petroleum, Ministry of Mines & Petroleum, Mauritania
  • · Joseph Medou, Promotion Director, Petrosen, Dakar
  • · Julio Mamadu Balde, Secretary General, Agence de Gestion et de Cooperation entre le Senegal et la Guinea Bissau
  • · Henrigue Pires, General Manager, Petroguin
  • · Jennifer Greenhalgh, Principal Geologist , Reservoir, PGS

This high-level industry gathering will discuss Western Africa’s emerging frontiers, deepwaters and onshore plays with quality upstream potential over an intensive three-day programme based on the following key issues:

  • · Major Corporate Players In West Africa
  • · Western Africa Government Strategies Opportunities
  • · Key Independents Exploring In West Africa
  • · Atlantic Basins & Gas-LNG Markets
  • · Western Africa’s Oil & Gas Frontiers

For further details, registration and bookings, please visit: www.petro21.com

Contact: babette@glopac.com or sonika@glopac-partners.com

Global Pacific & Partners is a leading advisory firm inside Africa and the world upstream industry, established for over three decades with unique global track record and an unmatched knowledge, dedication and corporate focus on Africa, hosting landmark Annual Conferences and Strategy Briefings on Eastern Africa in Nairobi (18-21st June 2013), Western Africa (in Windhoek) , and North Africa (Paris), alongside the world-famous 20th Africa Oil Week (25-29th November 2013, Cape Town). Additionally we own and operate a global suite of top-quality annual management events in and on Asia (in Singapore), Latin America (in Rio de Janeiro), MidEast-Mediterranean (Paris), plus the World Upstream (in London), and provide seasoned advisory practice, allied to our worldwide strategy briefings, high-focus research, executive club networks (notably PetroAfricanus Club, for Dinners and Cocktail Receptions, with Guest Speakers), online databank services, and daily/weekly oil and gas News covering Africa and the world, provided gratis to over 30,000 senior oil/gas executives and leading officials in Governments on Six Continents. The senior partners have been engaged in economics advice and business in Africa for over 40 years. Chairman & CEO is Dr Duncan Clarke based in Johannesburg and Vice Chairman & Deputy-CEO is Babette van Gessel based in The Hague.

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Global Oil and Gas CAPEX to Increase to $1,201 Billion in 2013

Posted on 25 January 2013 by Africa Business

FARMINGTON, Conn., Jan., 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — In recent years it has become clear that the vast resources of both conventional and unconventional natural gas reserves in place will see it dominate the energy mix over the next century as these reserves are exploited and brought into production. The drive to develop these reserves is coming from a substitution effect as a result of high oil prices and a move away from the use of both coal and nuclear energy.

The global oil and gas capital expenditure (capex) is expected to increase from $1,036 billion in 2012 to $1,201 billion in 2013, registering a growth of 15.9%. The global oil and gas capex first passed the trillion mark in 2012 and will continue to witness incremental growth in 2013. Meanwhile, the global E&P sector capex is expected to witness a year-over-year growth of 18.7% in 2013. The capex is expected to grow from $716.3 billion in 2012 to $850.5 billion in 2013. The E&P capex growth will be driven by increasing exploration and development efforts by oil and gas companies in deep and ultra-deep offshore areas. Besides this, a strong demand outlook for oil and gas is also expected to boost upstream capex in 2013.

Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure Outlook 2013

This report contains a detailed analysis of the current and future capital expenditure of oil and gas companies – national oil companies, and integrated and independent oil and gas companies. It also provides a detailed analysis and information on the capital expenditure across the entire oil and gas value chain globally. Detailed information on oil and gas capital expenditure across various regions – North America, South and Central America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa – is also provided. The report also covers the planned oil and gas projects in upstream, refining, pipeline, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and petrochemicals. The report has been prepared using data and information sourced from company reports, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/gd166974-oil.html

The World FLNG Market Forecast 2013-2019

Although reserves in place are significant, estimated at 208 tcm by BPs annual statistical review, estimates of recoverable reserves are in flux and not properly understood. Huge finds announced in relatively unexplored areas like Mozambique and both conventional and unconventional resources have seen material revisions – up and down – in countries such as Poland, and even the United States (US). Whilst the development of unconventional natural gas has proceeded at an extraordinary pace in the US, it should be remembered that it has the largest volume of land drilling equipment and services available domestically compared to any other country in the world.

The challenge of how to access the substantial volumes of conventional offshore natural gas reserves is bringing new technology to the fore. Floating LNG is the current favored option for export from Israel’ss Tamar project and follows commitments by both Shell and Petronas to proceed with construction of FLNG vessels.

Douglas-Westwood projects that FLNG liquefaction spending will surpass $28 billion over the 2013-2019 period. Declining local production and seasonal demand will lead to a rise in import terminal capital expenditure ($19.1bn) in some markets. Economic growth is driving electricity demand occurring in the developing world. Hence, Asia will be a focus region for both liquefaction and regasification terminals between 2013 and 2019, accounting for 35% of the $47.4bn forecast for the entire FLNG sector.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/dw221351-world-flng-market-forecast-2012-2018.html

Butanes Market – Global Industry Size, Market Share, Trends, Analysis, and Forecasts 2010 – 2018

This study presents a comprehensive assessment of the stakeholder strategies, winning imperatives for them by segmenting the butanes market by application: liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), petrochemicals, and refinery. The report also covers the following applications for the LPG butanes market: residential and commercial, chemical and petrochemical, industrial, auto fuel, and refinery. The research provides in-depth analysis of butanes manufacturers, sales, and trend analysis by segments and demand by geography. The report covers all the major segments of the global butanes market and provides in-depth analysis, historical data and statistically refined forecast for the segments covered. It also describes the major potential and emerging applications for butanes.

An Executive Summary for this report and free sample pages from the full document are available at http://www.giiresearch.com/report/tsm258722-butanes-market-global-industry-size-market-share.html

About Global Information Inc. Global Information (GII) (http://www.giiresearch.com) is an information service company partnering with over 300 research companies around the world. Global Information has been in the business of distributing technical and market research for more than 25 years. Expanded from its original headquarters in Japan, Global Information now has offices in Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Europe and the United States.
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April, 2013

Posted on 24 January 2013 by Africa Business

Event: Mastering Pricing & Price Review in Gas & LNG Contracts

Date: 08 to 11 April 2013

Venue: Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay, Singapore

Event Website: http://neo-edge.com/event-line-up/energy-utilities/new-event-price-review-sin/

 

Event Title: 4th Annual FPSO

Date: 8-11 April 2013

Location: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Website: http://www.fpsoconference.com/

Capitalizing on the FPSO investment surge, The 4th Annual FPSO Summit offers a key industry platform for offshore field developers, FPSO owners, operators, shipyards and contractors to share know-how, explore interest synergies and develop sound business partnerships.

The conference series has enjoyed endorsement by the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore being held in conjunction with the Singapore Maritime Week and co-location with the acclaimed Offshore Support Vessels and Offshore Drilling Rigs events for an even greater networking experience.

For more information, visit http://www.fpsoconference.com or call +65 6508 2401

Event Title: 5th Annual Offshore Drilling Rigs

Date: 8-11 April 2013

Location: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Website: http://www.offshoredrillrigs.com

There is a heightened movement towards drilling operations in challenging environments and an emphasis on meeting operational and safety standards. Hence, rig owners and contractors are renewing their fleet of jackups, semi-submersibles and drillships into specialised, higher specification rigs to meet client demands.

IBC Asia’s Offshore Drilling Rigs 2013 will provide insight on the latest rig design, construction challenges and opportunities faced by rig owners, builders and designers as drilling operations shift to harsher environments.

For more information, please visit http://www.offshoredrillrigs.com or call +65 6508 2401

Information: ESQ ENERGY/ OIL AND GAS SUMMIT, 2013

 

LIMEP 2013 (Microsoft Word)

The 2nd Liberian Mining, Energy & Petroleum Conference & Exhibition (LIMEP 2013) will take place from 09 – 11 April 2013, in Monrovia, Republic of Liberia. This event is organised by the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy, in partnership with AME Trade Ltd.

Date: 09 – 11 April 2013

Venue: City Hall, Monrovia, Republic of Liberia

Contact: Joseph@ametrade.org

Website: http://www.limep.com/

Name: 2nd Annual OPEX Africa 2013
Dates: 10 – 11 April 2013
Location: Johannesburg – South Africa
Event url: www.fleminggulf.com/opexafrica2013
Description:
In just 2 day OPEX Africa 2013, will aim to brainstorm solutions options to achieve the optimum capacity in terms of achieving operations across banking processes.
Attend and experience the opportunity to learn and interact directly with COOs, CIOs and heads of operations excellence specialists and technology who will share and determine the importance of operational excellence across all banking processes.

Have a look at the conference agenda to know about who the speakers are, participating companies, sponsors and partners, discussion topics etc.

Simply email at mohor.mukherjee@fleminggulf.com to receive the agenda in your inbox

Call us on +971 4609 1570 or mail us at mohor.mukherjee@fleminggulf.com to request a free PDF featuring complete speaker panel, minute-by-minute agenda and list of all presentations.

 

 

Event: Production Sharing Contracts (PSC) Master Class

Date: 15 to 18 April 2013

Venue: Ramada Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event Website: http://neo-edge.com/event-line-up/energy-utilities/production-sharing-contracts-psc-master-class-5/

 

InfoGlobalcom 2013 (Microsoft Word)

Event:

4th Conference & Expo: Globalcom Angola 2013

Venue:

Hotel de Convenções de Talatona, Luanda

Organizer:

iiR Angola ( www.iirangola.com )

When:

16-17th April 2013

Email:

info@iirangola.com

Phone:

+351 21 793 29 89

Website:

www.globalcomangola.com

Summary:

iiR Angola is organizing the 4th meeting for the telecommunications market.

If your Sector is the Telecommunications, there is no better place for you to be than Globalcom 2013!

This is the opportunity to meet with industry and international leaders, conduct profitable business and find solutions to your business challenges.

Description:

Find out the future of digital in Angola:

-AngoSAT

-BAND-WIDE`S massification

-TRIPLE PLAY the Value added services

-Demand for Technologies and Services for CONTENT and APPs

-Technologies and Services for CORPORATE CLIENTS

-MOBILE PAYMENTS

-Globalcom THINK TANK

-ANGOLA TV / TV EVOLUTION

-Globalcom Angola AWARDS… and much more!

For more information: www.globalcomangola.com

 

Production Sharing Contracts – Advanced Master Class

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/production-sharing-contracts-advanced-master-class-3/?instance_id=2398
15-19 April 2013
London, UK

Gas & LNG Contracts

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/gas-lng-contracts-5/?instance_id=2402
17-19 April 2013
London, UK

 

 

World Fiscal Systems for Unconventional Oil & Gas

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/world-fiscal-systems-for-unconventional-oil-gas-4/?instance_id=2406

22-24 April 2013
London, UK

 

Event Name: 19th Western Africa Oil, Gas and Energy

Date: 22 – 24 April 2013

 

Discount: 20% off until Jan 30th 2013

 

Location: Hilton, Windhoek, Namibia

 

A Premier Business & Deal Driven Event

 

URL: http://www.petro21.com/events/?id=794

Contact Details: sonika@glopac-partners.com or babette@glopac-partners.com

 

Description: The Government of Namibia and the Commissioner for Petroleum of Namibia are pleased to welcome Global Pacific & Partners’ 19th Western Africa Oil/Gas & Energy Conference 2013 to Windhoek and invite you to support this important meeting which will focus on the oil and gas opportunities and potential across the West African offshore and onshore for hydrocarbon exploration, discovery and development as well as gas-LNG and energy development. This Conference will be once again be a landmark event with our 9th Strategy Briefing on Western Africa held the day prior to the Conference, offering prime networking potential as well as direct exposure to Governments, National Oil Companies, Licensing Agencies and leading corporate players in and across this vast zone where a century of oil/gas development is combined with numerous fast-emerging frontier ventures, including pre-salt targets in the highly prospective offshore/deepwater zones from Morocco to Cape Town.

 

 

 

Event Name:                                     NGT Africa

Date of Event:                                  23rd – 25th April 2013, Western Cape

State/Country:                               South Africa

Event Venue:                                   Arabella Western Cape Hotel

Event URL:                                       http://www.ngtafricasummit.com

Contact Name:                                Charlie Bestall

Email Address:                                 Charlie.bestall@gdsinternational.com

 

Organising Company:                  Centre for Management Technology

Event Name:                                     Sugar Trade Asia

Date of Event:                                  24-25 Apr, 2013 – Yangon

State/Country:                               Myanmar

Event Venue:                                   To be Advised

Event URL:                                       http://www.cmtevents.com/main.aspx?ev=130423&pu=220093

Contact Name:                                Ms Hafizah Adam

Email Address:                                 hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg

Telephone Number:                      +65 6346 9218 | Fax: +65 63469147

 

 

26 – 28 April

Hotel Memling (C.G.H.A.)
5B, Avenue du Tchad
Kinshasa  – Gombe
Democratic Republic of Congo

CIMEX, Congo International Medical Expo is the first and only international trades show for medical equipments, hospital supplies, dental equipments, Optics, Laboratory and Pharmaceuticals suppliers.

Major obstacles to improve health coverage, quality of services and health care for the Congolese population are mainly related to lack of inedequat infrastructure, incomplete and non-compliant medical equipment, poormaintenance; lack of essential drugs and management of health information.

Associate your brand with CIMEX and claim your share of this market in the size of Western Europe now!

This exhibition will be visited by local buyers, the Ministry of Public Health and its departments, academics and students, hospital managers, distributors, procurement directors from public and private hospitals, hospital owners, traders, officials of the Departments of Public Health, researchers and scientists, health consultants, pharmacists, dentists, doctors, nurses, physicians,donors, fundraiser, technical and financial partners of the Ministry of Health in DR Congo fromKinshasa, Lubumbashi , Bandundu, Bas-Congo and neighboring Congo Brazzaville and Pointe Noire in particular.

This, giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to benefit as a pioneer in this untapped market.

Go to http://www.cimex.co/Bookings.html to reserve your sponsorship package or space now! Contact info@manikongo.com for more information

 


The 16th AUTOEXPO 2013 April 29th to 1st May 2013 – KICC Kenya:

http://expogr.com/kenyaauto
16th Autoexpo Africa – the largest automobiles, spares and accessories exhibition in the entire east African region is scheduled to be held from April 29th to 1st May 2013. Celebrating its 16th year anniversary; the leading trade exhibition for automobile, truck and bus parts, equipments, components, accessories, tools, and services continues to bring world leading manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers in touch with one of the most important markets in the world.
For 15 years, Autoexpo Africa has been chosen by the global manufacturers and exporters as the precise platform to enter the market of the millennium; Africa. The rapid industrialization and modernization currently sweeping through many African countries has resulted in an increased demand for capital goods such as machinery, lubricants, spare parts, ball bearings and other automotive mechanical goods and accessories. The market for automobile spare parts, in particular, has been an attractive sector for global exporters, as Africa has witnessed a remarkable increase in imports by 30%.

 

The 2nd Oil & Gas Africa April 29th to 1st May 2013 – KICC Kenya :

http://expogr.com/kenyaoil

The 2nd Oil & Gas Africa, April 29th to 1st May 2013, is a hub for key players in the oil and gas community, attracting leading oil, gas and petroleum companies from around the world. Trade visitors from all over East & Central African countries are being invited directly and in collaboration with several regional trade bodies in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique & Congo. Oil & Gas Africa will offer participants the opportunity to showcase the industry’s latest achievements and technologies while networking with key figures from the region’s oil and gas sector. The exhibition brings the industry together in a forum that is conducive to business.
Though Kenya by itself is one of the biggest markets in Africa, major emphasis is being laid upon attracting traders and importers from neighboring countries. This regional trade event serves the resource-rich east African region and city of Nairobi; Kenya’s major centre of oil and gas activity for many of the leading operators in the country.
Kenya has attracted oil & gas companies not only because of its ports and strategic location but also because the government is keen not to be left out of the exploration.

 

2nd Power & Energy Africa April 29th to 1st May 2013 – KICC Kenya

http://expogr.com/kenyaenergy

The 2nd Power & Energy Africa is being held from the 29th of April to the 1st of May, 2013 at Kenya’s prime international venue; the Kenyatta International Conference Center in Nairobi. Exhibiting at the largest power event in the industry will allow you to showcase your products and services to the industry’s largest gathering of qualified decision-makers.
The second edition of Power & Energy Africa is an imposing demonstration of its importance for the successful development of power and energy sector in Kenya. The expectations with the first show were not only fulfilled, but clearly surpassed.
Trade visitors from all over East & Central African countries are being invited directly and in collaboration with several regional trade bodies in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique & Congo. Though Kenya by itself is one of the biggest markets in Africa, major emphasis is being laid upon attracting traders and importers from neighboring countries.

 

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May, 2013

Posted on 24 January 2013 by Africa Business

16th Buildexpo Africa 04th to 06th May – KICC Kenya : http://expogr.com/buildexpokenya
16th edition of Buildexpo Africa is scheduled to be held in May 2013, It is the only show which has been catering to the demand of not only the Kenyan market, but the entire East African region from the last 15 years. The only show with the widest range of fascinating technologies in the sectors for construction machinery, building-material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles and construction equipment . Spread over three days, the mega event is the ideal forum for the international players in the industry to showcase products and services to the ripe African market.
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Kenya is under rapid development in its infrastructure, urbanization, economic zone, industrial parks, commercial and residential buildings and tourism resorts. It is estimated that Kenya’s infrastructure industry value and construction industry value will double from 2010-2015. The demand for building construction materials and machinery has witnessed a precipitous rise.

Trade visitors from all over East & Central African countries are being invited directly and in collaboration with several regional trade bodies in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique & Congo. Though Kenya by itself is one of the biggest markets in Africa, major emphasis is being laid upon attracting traders and importers from neighboring

Event: Mastering International Oil & Gas Accounting

Date: 06 to 09 May 2013

Venue: Ramada Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Event Website: http://neo-edge.com/event-line-up/energy-utilities/mastering-international-oil-gas-accounting-3/

 

 

Event Title: 6th Annual FLNG Asia 2013

Date: 20-23 May 2013

Location: Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore

Website: http://www.flngconference.com/

FLNG offers the most technologically innovative and cost-efficient LNG production facility. There is not one single terminal or vessel in use as yet, but a number of players, such as Shell and Petronas, are in the race to launch a range of alternative options to the market.

IBC’s Annual FLNG Asia 2013 is the premier conference in Asia addressing the latest technical and commercial opportunities as well as the alternatives to more economical and feasible FLNG projects.

Key Topics to be Covered This Year Include:
  • Spotlight on the FLRSU (Floating Liquefaction, Regasification and Storage Unit)—the first in the world!
  • Top-level discussions on the feasibility of the FLNG Vessel conversion—can it be done?
  • Expert Sessions by Leading Oil & Gas Companies on the Vast Business Opportunities in Offshore Gas Reserves and Gas Buyer Markets
  • Interactive Discussions on Effective FLNG Contracting, Project Financing & Risk Mitigation Strategies
  • Excellence in FLNG Construction, Operations, Maintenance & End-User Distribution
  • Special focus on upcoming FLNG Projects: life after Prelude

Be sure to get your seat and be part of the exceptional investment potential in FLNG commercialization!

For more information, please visit http://www.flngconference.com or call +65 6508 2401

 

 

LNG Shipping Contracts

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/lng-shipping-contracts/?instance_id=2412
20-22 May 2013
London, UK

 

Event Listing for East Africa Com (MS Word)

AIOGACE (Microsoft Word)

“On behalf of the Ministry of Petroleum, Republic of Angola and AME Trade, we are pleased to invite you take part in the second edition of the Angola International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition ( AIOGACE )

Date: 21-23 May 2013

Venue: Epic Sana Hotel Convention Centre, Luanda, Republic of Angola

Contact: sergio@ametrade.org

Website: http://www.aiogace.com/

 

Wind Maghreb

Wind Maghreb is the only event to focus on wind power in the region. Bringing together investors, developers, manufacturers and policy makers and held alongside Solar Maghreb, this leading congress will welcome over 300 senior level professionals to Rabat for two days of intensive discussions, deals and networking.

 

Solar Maghreb

The 4th Annual Solar Maghreb Congress , the most established meeting to focus exclusively on the North African solar industry returns to Morocco on the 21-22nd May 2013. The congress  provides a platform for the North African renewables industry to meet and formulate the next steps for the region’s solar development. In 2013, Solar Maghreb will be co-located with Wind Maghreb as part of  the Maghreb Renewable Energy Congress and will bring together investors, government representatives, ministers, developers and the wind and solar international and regional community to  discuss the next steps in this promising market.

 

Managed Services Growth Markets

21st-22nd May,

Moevenpick Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey

http://managedservicesevent.com/

The 6th Annual Managed Services Middle East conference is the only event focussing on strategic developments in Managed Services business models and market evolution. Already attended by over 1000 participants, the event is the only place to meet the entire Middle East managed services industry under one roof! The ability to meet all your partners so quickly and efficiently, in one place at one time, makes this a must-attend event in the calendar of any serious managed services player.

 

Invitation to all African cartoonists worldwide

Participate in the Cartoon Competition of the Third World Journalist Net (DWJN)

„Change the Perspective“

African Unity – Illusion and Myth or Imperative and Opportunity

This cartoon competition will be a contribution to the 50th anniversary of the African Union (AU) former OAU on May 25, 2013.

Deadline for entries is December 31, 2012, 12 pm!!!

Please download n_EN_Call_for_Participation (Acrobat Reader)

n_EN_Call_for_Participation (Microsoft Word)

 

The 5th annual Mobile Money Africa offers an unbeatable forum for mobile money professionals wanting to succeed in Africa. No other event brings so many industry thought leaders together or such dedicated coverage of mobile money developments from across the whole of Africa.

The Mobile Money Africa conference and co-located exhibition brings over 250 mobile money professionals together under one roof for an intensive discussion on driving growth for all industry segments. Over 65 operator representatives attended in 2012 to share their experience of commercial mobile money services, and 17 global solution providers presented their innovative mobile money offerings.

UMEC 2013 (Microsoft Word format)

UMEC 2013 is a turnkey event focusing on the Republic of Uganda’s mining, energy and petroleum potential and their sustainable development. UMEC will feature two days of conference sessions, a trade exhibition, round table discussions, seminars as well as touristic trips and technical visits. The event will be organized by the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development, Republic of Uganda, in association with AME Trade Ltd.

Date: 28-30 May 2013

Venue: Serena Hotel, Kampala, Republic of Uganda

Contact: laura@ametrade.org

Website: http://www.umec-uganda.com/

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June, 2013

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Project Economics, Risk & Decision Analysis for Oil & Gas

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/project-economics-risk-decision-analysis-for-oil-gas-3/?instance_id=2421
03-07 June 2013
London, UK

Event: 3rd Annual Global Gas & LNG Summit 2013

Date: 03 to 06 June 2013

Venue: Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago

Event Website: http://neo-edge.com/event-line-up/energy-utilities/3rd-annual-global-gas-lng-summit-2013/

 

AfriMold, the 4th annual manufacturing trade fair and conference for the design, precision engineering & machining, tooling, tool making, production and application development sectors will take place from 4-6 June, at the NASREC Exhibition Centre in Johannesburg.

The AfriMold trade fair is expected to attract exhibitors and visitors representing the associated sectors of design, materials, simulation, visualisation, engineering, virtual reality, CAE, CAD and CAM, rapid prototyping and tooling, patternmaking and prototyping, precision machining, mould-making and tooling, tools, machine tools, quality assurance and automation, as well as processing and finishing.

The trade fair remains the single most important platform for members of the manufacturing industry to benchmark and evaluate technologies and services that support the industry, to drive growth and to increase manufacturing competitiveness.

 

 

17th FOODAGRO 2013 Diamond Jubilee Hall 6th – 8th June 2013 –Tanzania http://expogr.com/tanzania/foodexpo/
The 17th FOODAGRO International Trade Exhibition on Food, Hotel & Kitchen is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania, concurrently held with East Africa Trade Exhibition (EAITE). The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 30 countries and visitors from all over East & Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to explore several countries in one time.

Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade center. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

An enticing mix of consumer interaction and industry presence, the show boasts not only the highest attendance per day, but also the highest business dealings per individual. Trade visitors from all over East & Central African countries are being invited directly and in collaboration with several regional trade bodies in Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique & Congo.

This year’s show has an exciting line-up of both local and international companies and is an ideal platform for product launches, finding new buyers & distributors, promoting brand names & image, updating existing customers and updating oneself with the latest in the industry. The FOODAGRO AFRICA 2013 is the place to learn more about what’s new on the food, hotel, kitchen & agriculture scene and present your own products to consumers and potential clients. The experience and comments of exhibitors at previous events indicate substantial gains from unexpected foreign visitors and we strongly feel that a rise in such statistics would ensure business specially for the foreign participants who form almost 80 – 85% of the exhibition.

 

16th INDUSMACH 2013 Diamond Jubilee Hall 6th – 8th June 2013Tanzania: http://expogr.com/tanzania/indexpo/
The 16th INDUSMACH 2013 International Trade Exhibition on Industrial Products, Equipment & Machinery is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania. The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 20 countries and visitors from all over East & Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to explore several countries in one time.

Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade center. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

INDUSMACH AFRICA will provide your business with the opportunity to meet thousands of genuine major decision makers from the diverse and growing East African industry, along with national and international visitors. INDUSMACH brings together the best selection of products and technology that includes all segments of today’s trends of global market. Though Kenya by itself is one of the biggest markets in Africa, major emphasis is being laid upon attracting traders and importers from neighboring countries.

17th ITELEXPO 2013 Diamond Jubilee Hall 6th – 8th June 2013 –Tanzania : http://expogr.com/tanzania/telecom/
The 17th ITELEXPO 2013 – International Trade Expo on IT, Electronics & Telecom is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania, concurrently held with East Africa Trade Exhibition (EAITE). The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 19 countries and visitors from all over East & Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to explore several countries in one time.
Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade center. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

17th MEDEXPO 2013 Diamond Jubilee Hall 6th – 8th June 2013 –Tanzania : http://expogr.com/tanzania/medexpo/
The 17th MEDEXPO 2013 – International Trade Exhibition is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania, concurrently held with East Africa Trade Exhibition (EAITE).The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 20 countries and visitors from all over East & Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to explore several countries in one time.
Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade center. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

 

17th PPPEXPO 2013 Diamond Jubilee Hall 6th – 8th June 2013 –Tanzania : http://expogr.com/tanzania/pppexpo/

The 17th PPPEXPO 2013 – International Trade Exhibition on Plastic, Printing & Packaging is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania, concurrently held with East Africa Trade Exhibition (EAITE). The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 20 countries and visitors from all over East & Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity top style=”text-align: justify;” explore several countries in one time.
Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade center. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

17th East Africa’s International Trade Exhibition (EAITE)  Diamond Jubilee Hall  6th – 8th June 2013 –Tanzania : http://expogr.com/tanzania/general/

The 17th East Africa’s International Trade Exhibition (EAITE) on Multisector Products, Eqpt. & Machinery is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania, the hub of the vast East African market. The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 30 countries and visitors from all over East & Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to explore several countries in one time.

EAITE attracts predominantly managing directors, managers, design and production engineers, technical managers, purchasers and sales and marketing directors from all key industry sectors.

Important visitor industry sectors include packaging, plastics, printing, food, agriculture, pharmaceutical, medical, I.T., Industries, textiles, paper and consumer.

A total of 140 exhibitors from over 30 countries visit the leading exhibition for Multi-Sector Products & Machinery, Printing, Packaging & Plastics products, Food, Hotel & Agricultural products & machinery, Medical Equipment, I.T. & Electronic products as well as consumer products. With a total exhibition space of 3,000 square meters net, EAITE 2013 has grown by some 30% compared with the previous exhibition held in 2012. “Over the past years, EAITE has developed into the leading international industry event for converting specialists in the East Africa region.

EAITE 2012 aims at providing an opportunity for East African Companies to source new products, equipment & technology from worldwide, to update their existing customers/ agents, to launch new products and have special offers, to learn and enhance export & import trade in order to capture available privileged and ready arranged markets and consolidate and strengthen distributorship network worldwide.

Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade centre. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

The 16th AUTOEXPO 2013 Diamond Jubilee Hall   6th – 8th June 2013 –Tanzania : http://expogr.com/tanzania/autoexpo/

Africa, the market of the millennium has been gaining immense attention from global manufacturers and exporters seeking tie-ups with importers in Africa for automotive products & spares.

The Tanzania automotive trade fair in 2012 was an epitome of success. The Tanzania exhibition on auto spares & accessories attracted over 4000 visitors including countries like Senegal, Ghana and Nigeria in the West and South Africa, Namibia, Mozambique and Zimbabwe in the south.

Since 1998, the event is recognized as the ideal automotive exhibition in Africa for sourcing auto spare parts, tyres, lubricants, etc. for importers in Africa.

The 16th AUTOEXPO 2013 – International Trade Expo on Automotives, Spare parts, Accessories & Transportation is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania.

Exhibitors from over 22 countries and visitors from 11 African and 12 other countries have made Autoexpo the most prolific automobile, spares and accessories trade exhibition in Tanzania and one of the largest fairs in Africa.

Supported by highly active organizations such as the Tanzania Chambers Of Commerce & Industry, MATRADE, African Business Development Association, etc; the Africa automobile exhibition promises excellent sourcing opportunities for buyers in Africa from world’s leading suppliers.

Categories of products at the Tanzania trade exhibition are spare parts, tyres, battier, oil & lubricants, all kinds of cars, 2 and 3 wheelers, etc.

Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade centre. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..

 

16th BUILDEXPO TANZANIA 2013

6th – 8th June 2013

Africa, the market of the millennium, and has been gaining immense attention from global manufacturers and exporters seeking tie-ups with importers in Africa for building products.

 

The Tanzania construction trade fair in 2012 featured exhibitors from over 25 countries. While visitors attended from 11 African and 17 other countries. Right from Senegal, Nigeria and other parts of West Africa, the Tanzania exhibition on building materials attracted over 4000 visitors.

 

Buildexpo is the most prominent building and construction trade exhibition in Tanzania and one of the largest fairs in Africa.

 

Held annually since 1998, the event is recognized as the ideal building products exhibition in Africa for sourcing Building, Mining & Water technology products for importers in Africa.

 

Supported by highly active organizations such as the Tanzania Chambers Of Commerce & Industry, MATRADE, African Business Development Association, etc; the Africa construction exhibition promises excellent sourcing opportunities for buyers in Africa from world’s leading suppliers.

 

Categories of products at the Tanzania trade exhibition are construction machinery, building material, glass, lighting, cement, tiles & marbles, woodworking etc.

 

Buildexpo hosts companies dealing in building and construction, equipment and machinery, tiles and marbles, sanitary ware, interiors and lighting, tools and hardware, mining, safety and security woodworking, water technology and air conditioning. Importers of building material in Tanzania and other African countries attend this prime annual building exhibition in Africa. This unique trade show will feature products such as Building and Construction Material, Equipment and Machinery, Tents and Temporary Structures, Doors and Windows, Locks and Accessories, Granite and Ceramics, Flow control products and much more.

Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade centre. This is mainly due to a very friendly and business like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Read more about Tanzania..


 


Turkey•MENA Nuclear Industry Congress 2013 | June18-19 | Istanbul, Turkey.
Event website: http://www.szwgroup.com/nuclear2013/

 

Dates: 18-20th June 2013

Venue: Barcelona International Convention Centre (CCIB)

Location: Barcelona, Spain

The 15th Africa Energy Forum (AEF) will take place from 18-20th June 2013 at Barcelona’s International Convention Centre (CCIB).  AEF is the international marketplace where governments and power utilities of Africa unite with the energy industry to focus on delivering power infrastructure projects in Africa. All the players in the industry are in the same place at the same time. As Ormat Technology noted in 2012, AEF is “the best place to meet and discuss; three days can save three months.”

With massive demand for power in Africa and international investors keen to fund power projects, this is the established event that African governments and private sector attend year on year. As a result AEF has become the place to do business and meet new and prospective clients.

Contact: Elizabeth Owens

Email: liz.owens@energynet.co.uk

Phone: +44 (0)20 7384 7807

 

 

ZIMEC 2013 (Microsoft Word)

The 3rd annual Zambia International Mining & Energy Conference & Exhibition (ZIMEC 2013) will take place at the Government Complex, in Lusaka, Zambia from 18th -20th June 2013.

Date: 18-20 June 2013

Venue: Government Complex, Lusaka, Zambia

Contact: Laura@ametrade.org

Website: WWW.ZIMECZAMBIA.COM

 

Event Name: 4th Eastern Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Conference 2013

 

Date: 18 – 20 June 2013

 

Discount: 10% off until the 30 March 2013

Location: Intercontinental Hotel, Mara South, Kenya

 

URL: http://www.petro21.com/events/?id=808

 

Contact Details:

sonika@glopac-partners.com +27 11 880 7052

babette@glopac-partners.com + 31 70 324 6154

 

Description: Global Pacific & Partners

The 4th Eastern Africa Oil, Gas & Energy Conference 2013 gives new insight in the opportunities, acreage, key players and corporate and government strategies in this region. The Conference is hosted annually by Global Pacific & Partners and will be held from June 18th to 20th in the InterContinental Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, including the pre-Conference 4th Eastern Africa Strategy Briefing by Dr Duncan Clarke, Africa’s foremost strategist in the upstream. The meeting highlights presentations of CEO’s, government officials, Ministers and key executives from within leading corporate and state oil companies.

Event Title: FPSO Africa

Date of event: 18 – 21 June 2013

Location: Novotel Accra City Centre, Accra, Ghana

URL: http://www.fpsoafricaconference.com

IBC Asia’s Premier FPSO Africa 2013 will provide the latest insight on FPSO hotspots and best practices in securing FPSO investment in Africa’s booming offshore oil & gas sector.

Why You Must Attend FPSO Africa 2013 Event

  • NEW POLICY UPDATES for the petroleum industry in Africa and its impact on the FPSO business
  • GAIN INSIGHT on the 16 new oil discoveries announced and FPSO prospects in Ghana!
  • CASE STUDIES on FPSOs maximising oil production from deepwater fields in Africa
  • BEST PRACTICES in successfully conducting and sustaining your FPSO business in Africa
  • IDENTIFY financing options for FPSO projects in Africa
  • MAXIMISE FPSO investment through repairs, maintenance and fabrication opportunities

For more information, visit http://www.fpsoafricaconference.com or call +65 6508 2401 today!

 

 

Event Title: OSV Africa

Date of Event: 18 – 21 June 2013

Location: Novotel Accra City Centre, Accra, Ghana

URL: http://www.osvconference.com/africa

West Africa is the world’s third largest and busiest area for new offshore oil and gas developments. Over 300 OSVs are deployed in the region, and the market for support services is poised to witness even more growth in the coming years.

The Global OSV Conference Series now comes to West Africa, and is the region’s ONLY of its kind focusing on market opportunities in the oil & gas sector.

For more information, visit http://www.osvconference.com/africa or call +65 6508 2401 today!

 

LNG Commercial Dynamics

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/lng-commercial-dynamics-3/?instance_id=2429
24-26 June 2013
London

World Legal Systems & Contracts for Oil & Gas

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/world-legal-systems-contracts-for-the-oil-gas-industry-3/?instance_id=2435
24-28 June 2013
London

Oil & Gas Mini Management & Business Administration

http://www.cwcschool.com/ai1ec_event/oil-gas-mini-management-business-administration-4/?instance_id=2431
24 June – 5th July 2013
London, UK

 

5th Annual Retail Banking Africa 2013
Dates: 25 – 27 June 2013
Location: Johannesburg – South Africa
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This conference will address various strategies to improve the retail banking business including sales, marketing, customer experience, electronic and mobile payments, delivery channels, new customer segments, Islamic retail banking, SMEs whilst determining the retail banking landscape for African progress.

 

3 days conference will help you to find the information, market trends and contacts you need to leverage opportunities in Africa’s consumer banking business and dramatically improve your business profits.

Call us on +971 4609 1570 or mail us at mohor.mukherjee@fleminggulf.com to request a free PDF featuring complete speaker panel, minute-by-minute agenda and list of all presentations.

 

Hanson Wade – 3390 – Oil & Gas Infrastructure Security East Africa – MKT (Acrobat Reader .pdf)

 

East African Oil & Gas Infrastructure Security
Predict, prevent & protect against threats to East African energy assets
24 – 27 June 2013 | Nairobi
www.ogis-eafrica.com

The opportunities presented by oil and gas discoveries in East Africa are huge. Yet a variety of security threats, including local activism, terrorism, lack of clear intelligence and piracy threaten your ability to capitalise on the potential of this region.

East African Oil & Gas Infrastructure Security delivers tailored intelligence and industry case studies on how to predict, prevent and detect the variety of threats you will face when moving into this region. You will receive strategic insights to ensure you know the long-term initiatives in place that will impact on you. You will also gain practical insights to ensure you go back to the office armed with ideas on how to forma robust security action plan.

The programme is split into onshore and offshore streams, which means that every presentation will be directly tailored to your area of focus.

You’ll leave armed with vital strategic updates as well as the practical security measures you can implement to deliver a robust security strategy.

For more information, please email: info@hansonwade.com

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25-26 June, 2013
Hilton Sandton, Johannesburg
www.comworldseries.com/digitalafrica

Digital Services Africa, formerly known as VAS Africa, Digital Africa 2013 is back this year with a new focus: Seizing the opportunities in Digital Services. 500+ Attendees, 40 Expert Digital Industry Speakers and 15+ sponsors and exhibitors will be present to network and discuss all the latest in the industry. This year’s show includes a Digital Music stream, an Innovation Keynote, New Workshops including the AppGig and an in-depth session on Mobile Money. FREE for all operators & regulators in Africa.

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