Export Showcase: Opportunities in Mozambique
17 Apr 2018, The Kia Oval, London
Open to: Fully Booked
Mozambique has seen tremendous growth in its hydrocarbon industry, where recent discoveries indicate a potential of 150tn cubic feet (Tcf) of proven gas reserves, placing the country as the third-largest proved natural gas reserve holder in Africa. Predominately, exploration in the country has been focused offshore, which will be the trend going forward, as significant gas discoveries have been made by Anadarko and Eni in the Rovuma Basin.
With limited indigenous supply chain capabilities opportunities exist for UK companies across the whole of the value chain from feasibility to EPC, where Mozambique has become an importer of UK expertise across multiple sectors. Due to the large gas discoveries being made, Mozambique is seeing the development of LNG Liquefaction facilities both onshore and offshore, while Shell is proposing a multi-billion dollar investment in a world-scale GTL plant. This event will give you the opportunity to hear directly from the major players in the market on the progress of these projects and the opportunities that will present themselves to the supply chain.
To highlight these opportunities and help you to find out more about doing business in Mozambique the EIC is planning an export showcase on Tuesday 17 April in London.
9:30 Delegate Registration with tea/coffee served
10:00 Welcome and introduction:
Neil Golding, Head of Oil & Gas and Business Development - EIC
10:05 Opening Remarks
Jo Kuenssberg, British High Commissioner to Mozambique
10:15 Omar Mithá, Chairman of ENH – The National Oil Company
10:30 Sir John Grant, EVP International Government Relations - Anadarko
11:00 Tea & Coffee Break
11:20 Stuart Nicholson, Senior Project Manager (Mozambique LNG) - CB&I
11:40 Stephen Wood, SPS Sales Leader - SubSahara Africa, Baker Hughes a GE Company
12:00 Ragendra de Sousa, Minister for Trade Mozambique
12:30 Networking Lunch
Case study from a company successfully doing business in Mozambique:
Michael Giling, Global Sales O&G Project Logistics – Agility
The business environment in Mozambique, how to do business:
Agospinho Vuma, President of the Confederation for Economic Associations (CTA)
Introduction to Mozambique companies
14:30 Closing Remarks
- Find your partner -Mozambique businesses
Members - £79.00
Non-members - £120.00
Additional Breakfast Meetings
Attendees are also invited to register their interest in attending a breakfast meeting prior to the main event, if you would like to meet with Omar Mithá, Chairman of ENH, the National Oil Company or Ragendra de Sousa, Minister of Trade, please click here
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