Part of the AIX: Spring Meetings in London, the sixth annual Africa Investment Exchange: Gas meeting brings together the diverse perspectives of government, regulators, upstream operators, investors, power developers and other stakeholders to examine the continent’s gas market – from upstream exploration and development, infrastructure and storage, to power generation, trading and financing.
Sponsored by AIIM, Seplat and Wartsila and co-produced by CbI’s African Energy, the AIX: Gas meeting is structured around interactive panel-led sessions, held under the Chatham House Rule and limited to 150 participants.
The meeting is supported by the Mauritanian British Business Council (MBBC).
Participants at the meeting will benefit from exclusive GTP analysis from our African Energy Live Data platform, which features constantly monitored project level detail on more than 5,800 operating, under-construction and pipeline electricity generation projects.
- Kishan Pillay, Director of Oil & Gas: Industrial Development Division, Department of Trade and Industry, South Africa
- Tarik Hamane, Executive Director, Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy (MASEN)
- Roger Brown, CEO, Seplat Petroleum
- Andrew Knott, CEO, Savannah Petroleum
- Oti Ikomi, CEO, Proton Energy
- Dikko Atanu, CEO, Neoleum Energy
- Kaashifah Beukes, CEO, Saldanha Bay Industrial Development Zone
- Steve Brann, Senior Investment Manager, Vitol
- Paul Eardley-Taylor, Oil & Gas, Southern Africa, Standard Bank
- Olivier Mussat, Chief Investment Officer, Global Energy, IFC
- John Smelcer, Business Development Director, Globeleq
There is a 20% early bird discount that ends on 11 February.
Organisations that participated at the 2019 meeting included:
- Department of Trade & Industry, South Africa
- Electricidade de Moçambique (EdM)
- Electricity Company of Ghana
- Ghana Energy Commission
- Ministry of Petroleum, Energy and Mines, Mauritania
- Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy
- National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)
- Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission
- Nigerian Gas Flare Commercialisation Programme
- West African Gas Pipeline Company
Actis, Africa50, African Development Bank, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), AP Moller Capital, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, CDC Group, Denham Capital, InfraCredit, International Finance Corporation (IFC), Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), Pembani Remgro, Standard Bank, Standard Chartered, Stonechair Capital, UK Export Finance, US-China Energy Group
Power and infrastructure
Aldwych International, Aksa, Azura Power, Black Rhino Group, Clarke Energy, Globeleq, Honeywell Group, Impala Energy, MAN Energy Solutions, Metka, Proton Energy, Siemens, Wartsila
LNG and Upstream
Aminex, BP, Chariot Oil & Gas, DNG Energy, Gasfin Development, Greenville LNG, Hanas LNG, Modec, Neoleum Energy, Nigeria LNG, Ophir Energy, Orca Exploration, PanAfrican Energy Tanzania, Savannah Petroleum, Seven Energy, Shell, Total, Victoria Oil & Gas, Vitol, Wentworth Resources, Woodside
ADIT, Advocaat Law Practice, Baker McKenzie, Clifford Chance, DLA Piper, Economic Consulting Associates, eegr Consultancy, Energy Investment Company, Epeus Consulting, Farrer & Co, FTI Consulting, Herbert Smith Freehills, Kestrel Energy Solutions, Latham & Watkins, Mauritanian British Business Council (MBBC), Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, Oxford University, Poten & Partners, QED Consulting, Shearman & Sterling, SLR Consulting, Squire Patton Boggs, Templars, Victoria Chambers