MSGBC Oil Gas & Power: The Future of Gas and Investments Africa’s leading investment platform and conference host to host second edition of region’s leading energy forum


The second edition of the MSGBC Oil, Gas and electricity The 2022 conference and exhibition are scheduled for September 2022 to international center Conference Abdou Diouf (CICAD). Organized by Energy capital and electricity (ECP) ( and under the aegis of the Ministry of Petroleum and Energiesthe meeting is placed under the high patronage of SEM. Macky Hallpresident of the Republic of Senegal, with Cos-Petrogaz, Petrosen, INPG and the African Energy Chamber (AEC) as partners. This year’s edition will take place under the theme “The future of natural gas: Growth through strategic investments and policy development.’

As a reminder, the MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power conference, as its abbreviation indicates, brings together the countries of the sub-region whose Mauritania, Senegalthe Gambia, Guinea-Bissau and GuineaConakry. Major foreign investors, with delegations from United States, Australia, Europe, Asia and the Middle East are expected to attend this year’s event, along with representatives from other African countries such as Morocco and the Ivory Coast.

The conference comes at a time when oil and gas projects in the sub-region – including Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) and Sangomar – are experiencing very encouraging developments in a historical context where gas is perceived as the energy resource of transition. The event is organized in response to the increased interest of international players in investment, development and success in Africa. Furthermore, the event also aims to strengthen regional partnerships and stimulate investment, bringing together regional and global stakeholders, introducing them to African opportunities and serving as a growth platform for the African energy sector.

“This second edition of the MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power Summit, at a time when SEM. Macky Hall is at the head of African Unionis an opportunity for us to deepen the challenges of a fair, sustainable energy transition, adapted to the needs of Africa, for its development. We are lucky that it takes place before the COP27 summit scheduled for Cairo in November 2022which allows us to harmonize our positions and speak with one voice to Africa to this crucial meeting”, declares HE Mrs. Aïssatou Sophie Gladima, Minister of Petroleum and Energy of Senegal.

The 2022 MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power Conference & Expo will bring the entire energy value chain together in one place, making it one of the largest energy gatherings on the continent.

“He will champion the energy future of the MSGBC countries in particular and Africa in general and focus on investment, access to technology and regional partnerships – driving a gas-based energy transition to ensure affordable supply for all,” says AEC Executive Chairman NJ Ayuk.

Officially supported by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energiesunder the overall theme of the future of gas and energy, the event will bring together leaders, industry professionals and be a point of reference for networking and discussion on energy-related issues at across the continent – particularly regarding Oil, Gas, Renewables, Energy Transition and Technology.

The event will be one of the first major opportunities to reconnect with investors after COP26 and before COP27where the African continent and its energy industry will be in the spotlight.

Senegalwhich hosts this annual meeting, is pursuing a coherent and balanced energy strategy, based on an optimized energy mix, with one of the highest renewable energy ratios in the Africa (32%), supported by an ambitious gas-to-electricity conversion strategy and relying on its own hydrocarbon resources. The region as a whole holds great promise for short- to medium-term projects along the energy value chain, with world-class solar and wind potential in addition to the 46 offshore blocks promoted for gas exploration across the region. region. The first edition of the conference, held at December 2021brought together more than 800 delegates, more than 60 speakers and 54 media representatives, as well as emissaries from 24 countries.

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