ADIPEC / 2-5 October 2023
Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference / 2-5 October 2023 / Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Abu Dhabi, UAE.
How can Africa overcome barriers to digitalisation?
James Fisher AIS, the leading digital services provider, is championing digital adoption for oil and gas assets in Nigeria and West Africa through its digital twin technology. We speak to Adeshina Adebusuyi, Regional Business Development Manager (Africa and Middle East), about championing digital adoption and how Africa can overcome barriers to digitalisation.
Marine Platforms : Laying a Platform for Success
From sustainable solutions to strategizing for the future, we explore how Marine Platforms continues to offer outstanding service deliveries from surface to seabed.
Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria : Flourishing Heavyweight Partnership
Shipbuilding giant Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria forms the ultimate collaboration in manufacturing. Jongseok Kim, Managing Director, details his experience.
Southey Contracting Offshore : Beyond Africa
Growth and people-centred developmentWe examine Southey Contracting’s Offshore Division, and speak to Kyle Nash, Divisional Director, about the company’s expansion of services and people-centric development. in the oil and gas solutions space
Plus Petroleum : Fuelling West Africa
Chuck Nwapa, CEO at Plus Petroleum Ltd discusses Nigeria’s nascent bunkering industry and pioneering expansion on the West African Coast.
EPCM Holdings : The All in One O&G Contractor
EPCM Holdings continues to provide turnkey solutions to its clients across the world despite the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, its ability to cover every stage of a project proving a key differentiator.
Lerexcom Petroleum : Fuelling Development in the DRC
Thanks to its young, dynamic team and ambitious leadership, LEREXCOM PETROLEUM is ready to supply fuel to enterprises across the Democratic Republic of Congo
Neconde Energy : Petroleum Power
A major player in Nigeria’s upstream sector, Neconde Energy Limited is simultaneously developing the national oil and gas industry and providing substantial benefit to the local economy.
African liquefied natural gas to attract $103 Billion in 2019
Nigeria, Egypt, South Africa, Mozambique, Senegal and Mauritania lead investment across supply and demand driven projects