Experts to discuss global opportunities for Africa’s energy sector at NOG 2022Jun 21, 2022 by Energy Connects
Financing opportunities for energy projects in sub-Saharan Africa, bridging infrastructure gap for the domestic gas market, and technology innovations for decarbonatisation across the value chain will be in focus as dozens of top energy industry executives, policy makers and professionals descend on Abuja early next month.
The 21st edition of Nigeria’s foremost energy event, NOG Conference and Exhibition, is set to be held in person at the International Conference Centre, Abuja from 4 - 7 July, helping set the nation’s energy agenda for the next 12 months and beyond.
According to dmg events Nigeria, the organisers of the event, NOG 2022 will host key stakeholders from across the global energy value chain to discuss unique opportunities for Nigeria’s energy resources on the face of soaring global energy demand.
The conversation at this year’s conference is significant as the industry navigates the growing global demand for renewable energy and climate friendly sources of energy against the backdrop of Africa’s unique energy mix requirements. Many industry leaders have also dubbed this to be an opportunity to seek a lasting solution to Africa’s energy poverty and bring the much-needed socioeconomic development.
As part of its commitment to the development of the Nigerian energy industry, NOG will also provide the opportunity to showcase and train industry stakeholders on best in class technology innovations across the value chain through its CPD certified NOG Technical Seminar. The Technical Seminar will host sessions in 5 different streams covering upstream operation, midstream, downstream, digitization and project management.
The NOG Conference and Exhibition annually hosts over 500 delegates, 300 exhibiting companies, 80 industry expert speakers and 40 sessions across 2 conference streams.
Prominent exhibitors and sponsors this year include: NNPC, ExxonMobil, Nigeria LNG Limited, Shell, Chevron, Total Energies, Oando, NCDMB, Prime Atlantic, DCPL, Coleman Wires And Cables, UTM FLNG Limited, First E & P, ND Westers, Samsung, Montego, Nivafer, Russell Smith, Vurin Group, MG Vowgas, WAV, Trexm Chemicals, and MicCom, Niger Delta Exploration & Production Plc, Eleva Group, and Heritage.