With the COVID-19 and the oil price war having significant impacts on the global oil industry, the African Energy Chamber is determined to continue its mission to be the voice of the African energy industry through hosting and participating in a series of webinars.
The Chamber welcomes key industry decision-makers to its platforms to engage in open dialogue on what the future of Africa’s energy industry and economic development will hold.
What training and education should be prioritized for Mozambicans during this time? How can the country best prepare its domestic sector for activity in 2021 and beyond? What challenges does Mozambique’s local sector face in fully participating in the oil and gas industry, and how can these challenges be mitigated?
As a continuation of Africa Oil & Power’s Women in Energy series, AOP, in partnership with the AEC is proud to highlight the leading women working in Africa’s energy sector, blazing a trail in an industry that has been male dominated since its inception. Join women leaders in Africa’s energy sector as they discuss important trends in energy.
Africa remains one of the last exploration frontiers, accounting for many of the world’s most prolific oil and gas discoveries of the last decade. Opportunities in exploration abound, from traditional onshore exploration in South Sudan to shale plays in South Africa and deep offshore acreage in Angola’s waters. How can American exploration and production companies, as well as American service companies, better position themselves to participate in Africa’s booming upstream sector?
The African Energy Chamber is hosting an exclusive webinar on the African exploration industry looking ahead at 2021 in proud collaboration with the International Association of Geophysical Contractors (IAGC) and the International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC), Nigeria Chapter.
Digitalization and optimization of oilfield assets have emerged as principal cost-cutting mechanisms in the wake of our new era, as oil and gas companies continue to face threats to efficiency, sustainability and profitability. Well integrity, enhanced oil recovery, manufacturing execution systems, cloud computing – such digital applications are capable of uniting real-time data with advanced analytics to improve decision-making and boost efficiency and sustainability.
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