Oil and Gas is one sector that has been unprecedentedly affected, as the fall in demand for African Crude Oil Exports have been down by at least 10% on average, compared to previous years.
These lower prices coupled with reduced output could see Africa’s larger oil producers facing $20 billion or more loss in oil value & revenue and consumption on the other hand, for Consuming countries that have been significantly low.
Charged with a mandate to facilitate Foreign Direct Investment and Intra-African Collaborations across the Oil and Gas Sector, Foreign Investment Network, fIN is having a conversation with The Secretary-General, African Petroleum Producers Organization, APPO Brazzaville – Republic of Congo, DR. Omar Farouk Ibrahim and The Honorable Deputy Minister of Energy – Ghana (with responsibility for the Petroleum Sector), Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam on Wednesday, October 14th. 2020 at 2.00 – 3.00 PM Nigerian/UK/WAT (8.00 AM Houston Time).
This Discourse will Focus on; The Role of African Oil Producers in the Context of Global Oil Production & Consumption Amidst Current Uncertainties, and will be chaired by Foreign Investment Network’s Head of Oil and Gas, Wofai Samuel.
Register with this link to be part of this (Webinar) https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAvf-igrjIpGtc15ZB_86fzD6sk3S_VL2Ml
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