Executives across the various sub-sectors and disciplines in the energy, oil and gas vast value chain including exploration and production companies and the various end consumers ranging from power generation companies (Gencos), Gas-Based Industries (Fertiliser, Methanol, Petrochemical, etc.), and Industrial and Commercial Consumers (Mini/Micro LNG, CNG/LPG, etc.) will assemble at the Oriental Hotel Lagos Nigeria on the 16th and 17th of October, 2019, for the biggest energy focus sustainability conference in Nigeria.
Supported by Amni Petroleum Development Co. Ltd, the United Kingdom International Trade, Seplat Petroleum, Nigeria LNG Limited, Shell Nigeria, Waltersmith Petroman Ltd, and many more, Energy Sustainability Conference 2019 program will include five sessions, namely: Energy Future; Gas Commercialization; Infrastructure and Investment; Liquid Petroleum; and Power.
On both days there will be an expanded workshop program with discipline-specific technical sessions, roundtables, industry leading panels and case studies designed to cover every key job role and competency from journeymen to the most senior executives.
In addition, there will be accompanying exhibition set up on the exhibition floor for professionals to go one-on-one with the companies building the technology and services that are transforming the way the energy, oil and gas industry works.
The conference with the theme” Energy Landscape: Minimizing Risks and Maximizing Opportunities, will present examples of global energy cooperation, examine the course of action we take today and options for getting the energy mix right.
Energy Institute Nigeria has invited and confirmed subject matter expert and personality that include: Group Managing Director of NNPC, Mele Kyari, Chairman/CE of Waltersmith Petroman Limited, Abdulrazaq Isa; Chairman of Chevron Nigeria, Jeff Ewing; Managing Director of Chief Operating Officer of Lekoil Limited, Adeleke Adedipe; including Principal Partner of Aelex Legal Practice, Soji Awogbade and Managing Director of Shell Nigeria Gas , Ed Ubong among others to speak at the two day event.
The Energy Institute (EI) is the chartered professional membership body bringing global energy expertise together. The EI’s ambition is that energy, and its critical role in our world, is better understood, managed and valued. In line with this, the Energy Institute through its Nigeria branch has been at the forefront of championing discussions within the local energy space, by providing suitable platforms for key stakeholders to share ideas, make valuable recommendations and promote globally acceptable standards, skills and good practices in the sector.