The 16th Annual Nigerian Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition organised by CWC will be held in Abuja, Nigeria, from 13-16 June 2016
The forum will feature participation from government and industry leaders.
The event will facilitate a strategic conference on Day 1 and an exhibition on oil, gas and power from 14-16 June.
The event is aimed at bringing together the entire value chain to discuss and debate critical issues, challenges and opportunities facing the Nigerian industry post-privatisation.
The event is organised with official support from Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, NERC, NBET and the Presidential Task Force on Power.
Nigeria’s minister of power works and housing Babatunde Fashola and minister of state for power, works and housing Mustapha Baba Shehuri have been invited to speak at the event.
NBET managing director and CEO Rumundaka Wonodi, Transcorp Power Ltd managing director Adeoye Fedeyibi and Association of Nigerian Electricity Distribution (ANED) CEO Matthias Onweazuka Obiaya are among the leading industrialists who will be a part of the conference.
The organisers claim the event to be Africa’s largest exhibition gathering of the Nigerian and international energy industry, with participation from more than 200 companies and attracting more than 6,500 visitors.
Source: Oriental News