The EIC is organising an oil and gas trade delegation to Luanda, Angola on 12 - 16 April 2021.
With daily oil production rates of 1.67 MMbbl/d, Angola is the second largest producer oil in Africa. Between 2014 and 2017 we saw a number of projects proposed for development be put on hold. However since 2018 the market in Angola has changed and the outlook is positive once again for companies looking to do business in country. Projects are again commercially viable and we have seen some significant cost savings made on offshore developments.
Activities led by the major oil companies including, Eni, Total and BP has seen several move forward again and with a projected capital investment far in excess of $20 billion over the next five year period the opportunity for the supply chain potentially is sizeable. Also notable new discoveries including Afoxe and Agogo in recent months show the significant upside potential the market has to offer.
Benefits of joining this mission
- 10-14 pre-arranged group meetings with key EPC contractors and operators.
- In country briefings to understand the local content, business environment and key players in both markets.
- Networking Receptions with high profile contacts - meet and network with relevant local companies, partners and agents.
- Your company profile included in official delegation brochure (circulated prior to mission).
- Support of experienced Delegation Manager (before, during and after the trade mission) plus local support/advice from relevant Chambers and UK Government contacts.
Who should attend