ABOUT NORTH AFRICA DOWNSTREAM SUMMIT
The North Africa Downstream Summit has been specifically designed to provide operators from the refining and petrochemical industry a platform to share insight, expertise and best practices. Co-located with the 11th annual North Africa Oil & Gas Summit, the summit is the ideal platform for vendors to present the solutions and technologies to succeed in times of extremely tight operating margins.
Across three days of stimulating panel discussions, insightful presentations and invaluable networking opportunities, over 450 of the industry’s experts will gather in one place to share knowledge and support the development of North Africa’s oil and gas industry.
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.
KEY THEMES FOR 2015
North Africa downstream development and investment plans
Capturing the Added Value of the Petrochemical Value Chain in Egypt
Managing non-commercial risks
and maintaining business continuity in North Africa
Prospects and Realities for North Africa’s Downstream Development
Listen to industry experts discuss the true opportunities and realities for the region as well as international investment prospects and how these compare to other emerging markets
Libya Prospects and Realities
While the question everyone is asking is ‘when is the right time to invest in Libya?’, gain perspective and insight from NOC Libya representatives and other leading experts from the region to discuss this query further and better understand risks and challenges in Libya.
Looking East and West
With increasing competition from the Middle East and new projects emerging in West Africa, join this panel discussion to investigate successful strategies from both regions. Integration, private refinery funding and import/export of products will be amongst the points discussed to deliberate whether North Africa can compete on a global scale.
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