30th – 31st January 2017
Strategy, technology and investment for North Africa's NOCs and their partners

For the past 11 years, the North Africa Oil & Gas Summit has been the meeting place for North African NOCs and their partners. Co-located with the 4th North Africa Downstream Summit, the events represent the ideal platform to explore upstream and downstream opportunities for investment, understand the benefits of latest technologies and plan financial strategies to support oil and gas projects across the region.

After a pattern of producing and selling $90 oil, the industry was jolted when OPEC announced last November to maintain its production rates, sending global commodity prices into a tailspin and oil and gas companies were thrust into a new reality.However, the oil and gas industry has faced major disruption in the past and its ability to be innovative, to lower costs, and to adapt will enable them to take advantage of this new reality.Oil and gas companies must harness technological advances to access resources across North Africa. And government policy and reaction will be a critical factor in determining attractiveness for investment in North Africa versus the rest of the world.

The North Africa Oil & Gas Summit is the meeting place for IOCs to connect with regional NOCs and understand how to create win/ win partnerships in a time where cooperation and collaboration is more important than ever. Gathering Petroleum Ministers, NOCs and IOCs from Egypt, Libya, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco, the event explores opportunities for investment across the region, present the latest technologies and debate the best financial strategies to support oil and gas projects.Through IOC/NOC strategic panel discussions, technical presentations, country focused roundtable and a range of networking sessions, the North Africa Oil and Gas Summit builds relationships between the region’s key players, and helps shape the future of the oil and gas industry in North Africa.

With domestic demand rising and fuel consumption due to double in the next decade the region is turning its attention to their refining and petrochemical assets. Running alongside the North Africa Oil and Gas Summit, the North Africa Downstream Summit will once again create the ideal meeting place to understand latest technologies to increase the region refining and petrochemical capacity and find value in the chain.

Are you an NOC?  Limited complimentary passes available!

The Energy Exchange has reserved 50 complimentary passes for representative of National Oil Companies to attend the North Africa Oil & Summit as and the North Africa Downstream Summit as our guests.

Register now and make sure you reserve your free place.
Places will be given on a first come first serve basis.


Don’t miss…

The Energy Exchange  is committed to playing its part supporting the development of some of the brightest talents from across North Africa. Focused on two disciplines; Geophysics and Petroleum Engineering, ESEP sources and funds students to travel to our international forums so that these future leaders can see the bigger picture of Africa’s industrial sectors, and the wider impact of the oil and gas industry. The best in class students from across North Africa will be celebrated in our annual Awards of Excellence.

The shared plenary session – Energy Ministers and the CEOs of national and international oil and gas corporations in Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Tunisia, Egypt and Mauritania will gather in Algiers to discuss upstream and downstream opportunities for investment across the region and ensure competitive returns.

Speed networking – Meet 50 delegates in less than 30 minutes! Join a table with five of your peers for three minutes. When the bell rings pick up your new business cards and move to the next table for more introductions. A great icebreaker to ensure you’ve met everyone vital for your business.


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Giulia Chiatante
General Manager

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Head of Marketing

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