AIX: Gas returns to RSA House on 23 June – alongside on-screen participants around the world – to discuss whether natural gas really is the ‘transition fuel’.
We look forward to welcoming upstream and LNG players together with investors, senior officials, power sector and downstream developers for an afternoon of panel discussions and an evening reception at RSA House. With travel still curtailed by the pandemic, the hybrid event will also be held online for delegates unable to be there in person.
This year’s AIX: Gas has been divided into two parts. Part 1 will take place on 23 June followed by a second meeting on 18 November.
13h45 – Conceptualising the industry’s future shape
With fossil fuel markets under ever greater pressure from shifting strategies and projects searching for increasingly elusive funding as stakeholders follow a climate change agenda more rigorously, AIX: Gas will examine the relevance of gas to African economies, their domestic markets and export potential.
15h00 – Networking break
15h30 – Opportunities and challenges investing in south-eastern Africa
A regional focus with lessons for all stakeholders operating in and around the industry.
16h30 – The western margins
A discussion of opportunities along the West coast, from Morocco to Nigeria.
17h45 – Reception at RSA House and virtual meetings
Register online at https://africa-investment-exchange.com/register-aix-gas