Global Oil Firms Back First South Sudan Energy Event
South Sudan’s first ever energy and infrastructure conference has gained strong support from global oil and gas firms, testifying to the nation’s unrealized energy industry potential.
South Sudan Oil & Power will take place at the UAP Equatoria Tower in Juba on October 11-12, 2017. The event, organized by Africa Oil & Power and commissioned by the Transitional Government of National Unity, brings together ministers, international company executives and local entrepreneurs and aims to promote new exploration, increased production and the introduction of new technologies.
Major stakeholders CNPC and Petronas; national oil company Nilepet and its joint ventures; the Dar Petroleum, Sudd Petroleum and Greater Pioneer operating consortia; new explorer Oranto Petroleum and companies including Tullow Oil, Stanbic Bank, Schlumberger, Centurion Law Group and DMWA Resources have all pledged their support as sponsors.
Speakers will include the ministers of petroleum, finance, transport and electricity of South Sudan, ministers of petroleum and energy from Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia, and over 40 executives from Juba-based and international companies.
The conference will be opened by President of the Republic of South Sudan H.E. Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit. “The route to South Sudan’s peace and prosperity is through a highly developed energy industry, using the technology and investment of our international partners.