The 7 th African Petroleum Services & Safety Workshop CHAD

SPECIAL WORKSHOP
13-15 OCTOBER 2015
N’DJAMENA
CHAD

The 7th African Petroleum Services and Safety workshop will be held alongside the Chad International Oil Mining and Energy (CIOME 2015) Conference and Exhibition in N’Djamena, Chad.
The purpose of the workshop is to showcase the potential for service companies in the hydrocarbon sector of African countries, and to facilitate discussion and exchange of ideas amongst key players within the industry on health and safety issues and best practice

African Hydrocarbon Industry:

Overall, Africa is a major net energy exporter with its hydrocarbon industry. In 1997, Africa consumed 11.4 quadrillion Btu’s (quads) of commercial energy and produced 26.5 quads, making it a net exporter of 15.1 quads of commercial energy. Source: EIA website

The upstream oil industry has proved reserves of more than 75.4 billion barrels of oil, and 361.1 trillion cubic feet of natural gas (7% of the world total). Five countries dominate Africa's upstream oil production. Together they account for 85% of the continent's oil production and are, in order of decreasing output, Nigeria, Libya, Algeria, Egypt and Angola. Other oil producing countries are Chad, Gabon, Congo, Cameroon, Tunisia, Equatorial Guinea, Niger, Ghana, Uganda the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Cote d'Ivoire. Exploration is taking place in a number of other countries that aim to increase their output or become first time producers. Included in this list are Sudan, Namibia, South Africa and Madagascar while Mozambique and Tanzania are gas producers.

The downstream oil industry comprises more than 44 refineries in more than 20 countries with a total distillation capacity of 3 million barrels per day, representing 4% of the world total. The major refining centres are in decreasing refining capacity: Egypt (19.2%), Algeria (16.7%), South Africa (15.6%), Nigeria (14.6%), Libya (11.6%), Morocco (5.2%) and Kenya (3.0%). South Africa also has synfuels production. All countries have marketing and distributing facilities. In addition to fuels, Africa has an active lubricants industry which encompasses base oil refining, lubricant blend, distribution and marketing.

Attendee Profile

•Senior government officials from Africa, from    director level to cabinet minister
•Senior executives from African National Oil Companies
•Senior managers and executives of    international oil and gas corporations,    service companies, safety security and    consulting firms, contractors, etc.

APSS 2015 Companies providing these services and other related services to the petroleum industry who wish to attend, must contact the Technical Committee at
Tel: 00 44 208 605 0509 email: info@cubicglobe.com to discuss their participation in this workshop.

APSS 2014 Companies providing these services and other related services to the petroleum industry who wish to attend, must contact the Technical Committee at Tel: 00 44 208 605 0509, email: info@cubicglobe.com  to discuss their participation in this workshop.

Oil services

Data Media and Storage
• Databases
• Directional Services
• Drilling
• Drill Ships
• Engineering Consulting Services
• Environmental Consulting Services
• Exploration / Production
• Field Instrumentation
• Geochemical Services, Consulting &    Surveys
• Geographical Information Systems    (GIS)
• Geophysical Equipment & Services
• Geological Studies & Consulting
• Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
• Government organisations promoting    oil, gas
• HSE
• Interactive Interpretation
• Jack-ups
• Laboratory    Instrumentation/Equipment/Services
• Land Rigs
• Magnetic Services & Consulting
• Mapping
• Media and Petroleum publications
• Positioning Equipment
• Recruitment Firms
• Reservoir Simulation & Evaluation
• Researchers
• Satellite Image Processing
• Seismic & Non-Seismic Data    Processing
• Seismic Testing
• Survey Equipment
• Submersible Rigs
• Telecommunications
• Training Programmes
• Transport Services
• Well Completion Services
• Well Logging

Technical Committee

The Technical Committee is happy to receive topics from companies who wish to present a technical or commercial papers on minerals and mining issues.
Please contact the Committee directly to discuss your involvement with this forthcoming workshop at
info@cubicglobe.com

Some selected topics include

APSS 2015 - Design and execution of tight gas reservoirs

 - Latest innovations in data management and digital oilfield
 - Fast tracking R & D and implementing new technology
 - The challenges of attracting and retaining staff 
 - Design and execution of tight gas reservoirs
 - Evaluating the latest development in heavy oil fields
 - IT and Communications
 - Health and Safety

Supporting and sponsoring the workshop

Companies can choose to be the host of this workshop by supporting and sponsoring it. Sponsorship opportunities are available for companies; tailored packages to reach a wide range of audience could be discussed with the Committee if needed.

Please contact the Committee directly to discuss your involvement with this forthcoming workshop at info@cubicglobe.com

Registration

Participants attending the CIOME 2015 Conference and Exhibition can attend the workshop.
Due to limited places the technical Committee reserved the rights to cancel the registration of participants to attend the workshop.

Priority will be given to participants attending CIOME 2015 Conference and Exhibition can attend the workshop.
For more information regarding this event please visit www.cubicglobe.com  

 



 

 
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