The second in depth analysis of the local extractive sector organized by Oil & Energy Services limited will be held on April 20th targeting business leaders interested investing in the extractive sector.
According to the organizers the analysis will be supported by a quarterly report covering current and planned activities in the upstream sector.
The briefing will also include infrastructural development around the sector and will include a roundtable discussion of key extractive issues and a networking opportunity with fellow executives.
The aims and objectives of the briefing include:
- To arm company executives with knowledge on the opportunities available in Kenya’s Oil and Gas development to allow for all rounded participation of local and regional companies in the sector
- To provide a networking opportunity for company executives to meet, share ideas and forge possible partnerships
- To provide analytical data based on trend and forecast analysis to address special topics of interest.
The update is a follow up to the first briefing held on 29th January 2016 that saw attendance by key companies including: Barclays Plc, ABSA, PKF, Oraro Associates, GE, National Bank, iway Africa, BGP, among others.
Some of the topics covered in January included: Addressing the price slump, possible theories explaining the causes, and future projections, Mega projects around oil and gas with a special focus on the goods and services demanded and an Analysis of goods and services in the O&G value chain among several others.
Interested? Register here