Over 20 African Oil Ministers and various heads of delegation including members and non-OPEC member countries have confirmed to attend the second edition of the African focus strategic conference and exhibition for the petroleum sector scheduled to hold from January 27 to 30, 2019 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja Nigeria.
According to Dr Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, the President of African Petroleum Producers Association (APPO) and doubling as the Nigeria Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, “the Nigeria International Petroleum Summit (NIPS2019) will be Africa’s largest and most definitive platform, not just for Nigeria, but also for Africa to engage the global energy, oil and gas community.
The NIPS2019 will be welcoming estimated 1,000 international attendees and exhibiting country pavilions such as United States of America; Norway; India, Russia; China among others.
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Further highlighting the significant of the petroleum summit, the President of the African Petroleum Producers Association (APPO) said, at NIPS2019, we shall be deepening collaboration by having a session to look into the historic agreement and declaration of cooperation between oil producing countries and its present and future impact on the continent increased appetite to energy and power demands.
The Nigeria International Petroleum Summit (NIPS): An African Petroleum and Business Conference (APTBC) is the official Federal Government of Nigeria industry event and is organized by the Federal Ministry of Petroleum Resources and all its parastatals including the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC); Nigerian Content Development Management Board(NCDMB) and Department of Petroleum Resources(DPR) et cetera.
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