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21ST May 2024     


We bring you compliments from the Chairman Hon. Justice Suleiman Galadima JSC, CFR, OFR (Rtd.) and the Management of African Peace Magazine UK.

African Peace Magazine UK, has been publishing for well over 14 years, and we are committed to promoting Peace, business networking, good governance and improved condition of living for Africans.  

We are pleased to invite you to the 2024 International African Energy, Oil and Gas Summit, an event pivotal for those eager to stay abreast the latest trends, innovations and opportunities in the oil and gas industry. 

The International African Energy, Oil & Gas Summit & Awards/Exhibition (IAEOG) is 4 months away, kicking off on 24-29 of October 2024 with the pre-conference on the 24th October and site visits on 25th of October. This premier event continues to grow remarkably each year, with over 2500 attendees expected to converge from more than 50 countries under one roof.

This event, a proactive endeavor supporting the AfCTA’s mission to forge regional value chains in Africa, aims at stimulating investment and job creation across the continent. 

AfCFTA ultimate goal is to unify approximately 1.3 billion people across Africa, with a collective GDP of nearing US$ 3.4 trillion.

The African Peace Organization UK, in conjunction with the Government of Namibia, and other strategic partners is set to organize the 3rd Edition of the International African Energy, Oil and Gas Summit Namibia 2024 with the Theme: A Symphony of Progress – Harnessing Africa’s Natural Resource Development, scheduled to hold on the 24th -29th of October 2024 Venue: Hilton Windhoek, Rev. Michael Scott St. Windhoek Namibia, It would feature panel discussions, presentations, exhibitions, dinners, golf tournament, award presentations, tours and a host of others. The venue for Golf Tournament; is the 18th Hole Championship Golf Course of the prestigious Windhoek Golf & Country Club.

The two previous editions of the event were held in Angola in 2022 and 2023 respectively.

In 10 years, Namibia is predicted to be the biggest oil producer in Sub-Saharan Africa after Nigeria and Angola.  If the numbers are correct, Namibia would be sitting on the second-largest oil reserves in sub-Saharan Africa, It’s touted by some as possibly the world’s biggest-ever deep-water oil find.

The event seeks to promote further business corporation between Nigeria – Namibia and other African Countries as a follow up to the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.

 The summit will bring together high level top executives, CEOs, Managers, investors, the business community, government agencies, exporters and importers from oil and gas sectors from across Africa and the world.  To deliberate on the challenges and opportunities of the energy transition and the future of oil and gas in Africa

Further the purpose of the summit is to facilitate trade amongst African countries and the world by providing a physical networking platform for participants to interface with their potential clients and partners, as well as to attract investment opportunities for business growth across Africa particularly in the oil and gas sector.

Join 540+ downstream trailblazers across reliability & maintenance, shutdown & turnarounds and capital projects at the Namibian oil and Gas summit 2024 sharing exclusive lessons learned and new best practices during 2-days of interactive, peer-led discussions and explore 50+ booths showcasing the latest innovation driving efficiency and safety.

Green Energy International Ltd (GEIL), an indigenous Nigeria oil and gas producing company and operator of the Otakikpo Marginal Field in OML-11, will attend and participate as a Bronze sponsor at this year’s edition of the conference. The company is one of Nigeria’s most vibrant service companies driving investment and infrastructure development for economic growth.

Noah Ajare the Editor in Chief noted that “We have been advancing the course of peace for more than 13 years now, and we have come to the conclusion that we need to do more than talking, we need to address the core trigger of conflict which includes inequality, poverty and a host of others. Providing business opportunities and job creation are vital to achieving peace in the long run. In the wake of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, we need to do more to open up each country within the continent, to do more networking and business this collaboration would go a long way in addressing the challenges faced by African countries.”

The IAEOG Summit in October will unveil investment prospects and connect global players to the growing Namibian oil and gas market.

Secure Your Exclusive Group Rate & Network with Global Oil & Gas Leaders in Namibia.

We would like to present an exclusive group booking rate for your attendance at IAEOG, buy 4 early bird delegate passes, and receive 1 complimentary pass. By joining us at the event, your team will gain market insights, forge essential connections, and meet our sponsors, partners, and speakers.

For sponsorship, participation, partnership, Exhibition and speaking opportunities and all other enquiries please contact.

Uduak Okon

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