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African oil sector meets in Angola to discuss challenges and opportunities

Angola will host, from the 16th to the 19th of May, the eighth edition of the 'Africa Oil Congress and Exhibition (Cape VIII)'. The event will bring together several experts, national, regional and international, who will discuss the challenges and opportunities of the energy transition as well as the future of the oil and gas industry in Africa.


Organized by the African Organization of Petroleum Producers (OAPP), by AME Trade and, for the first time, by the Government of Angola, this congress is mainly intended to "promote and support investment in the oil and gas sector in Africa, as well as reflection on the guidelines given by senior political leaders in this sector", says a statement sent to VerAngola.

Regarded as the largest and most influential oil and gas event on the continent, 'Cape VIII' will bring together "decision-makers, practitioners and operators from the public and private sector at national, regional and international levels to discuss current developments in the energy industries, Africa's oil and gas".

Among the keynote speakers at this year's edition of the congress, which will have as its central theme the "Energy Transition: Challenges and Opportunities in the African Oil and Gas Industry", is the Minister of Mineral Resources, Oil and Gas, Diamantino Azevedo, the Secretary- general of the OAPP, among others.

According to the note, "all ministers from the Ministries of Energy, Oil and Gas and senior officials of the National Petroleum Companies of OAPP member countries will be present at the conference, thus creating opportunities for delegates and conference participants to have a direct interaction and first-hand information on investment opportunities in the national industry from politicians and decision-makers".

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