Nigeria Oil and Gas 2013 Conference, will feature a Nigerian Pavilion, an area dedicated to local companies in which they will have the opportunity to exhibit and meet with potential international partners.
Although, NOG 2012 International Exhibition welcomed over 7500 visitors and over 180 exhibiting companies, 2013 edition will attract over 1000 national and international senior level delegates.
The 2013 edition will also feature Energy Finance Seminar endorsed by the Federal Ministry of Finance. The 2013 Energy Finance Seminar will look at the impact the newly submitted Petroleum Industry Bill may have on the funding of projects within the oil and gas industry in Nigeria.
Senior representatives from key Nigerian banks including; Access Bank, Diamond Bank and Stanbic Bank will deliver professional papers at the energy finance seminar.
The Nigerian Content Seminar will highlight the opportunities afforded by the Local Content Development Act as well as the challenges and success stories.
Opening key note address will be delivered by the Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board, Engr. Ernest Nwapa.
The panel session titled, Nigerian Content Implementation So Far: How do the Different Stakeholders Interpret the Nigerian Content Act?, will be chaired by Dr. Kingsley Ojoh, Executive Director, Total E&P Nigeria Limited.
The Technical Sessions, will again be hosted by Saipem. The forum is free to attend and open to all to learn about the latest international techniques and technologies.
Nigeria Oil & Gas 2013 promises to host an array of functions bringing delegates together to broaden their networks and form long lasting partnerships.