AIX: Gas 2017
Developing partnerships along the gas value chain
5-6 April 2017, London
More than 100 senior executives from leading investors, project developers and other stakeholders participated at our Africa Investment Exchange: Gas meeting in London on 5-6 April.
Sponsored by Actis, Azura Power Holdings and Globeleq and co-produced by CbI’s African Energy, AIX: Gas focuses on bringing upstream and LNG players together with power sector and downstream developers and investors for a frank discussion of project opportunities and investment issues affecting all stakeholders across the gas sector.
Proceedings are held under the Chatham House Rule and are structured around interactive panel-led sessions.
Sandra Coetzee, Strategy, Risk and Combined Assurance, IPP Office, South Africa
Kishan Pillay, Director: Upstream and Midstream Oil & Gas, Industrial Development Division, Department of Trade & Industry, South Africa
Tarik Hamane, Director of Power Generation Projects and Programme at Morocco’s Office National of Electricity and Potable Water (ONEE)
Benjamim Chilengue, Vice-President, Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) Mozambique
Michael Ozersky, Head of Project Finance, Globeleq
Cephas Galley, Director of Legal Services, Electricity Company of Ghana
Jay Bhattacherjee, Chief Executive Officer, Aminex
Alan Muir, Managing Director, Azura Power Holdings
Ezekiel Adesina, Senior Business and Strategy Analyst, Nigeria LNG
Dafe Akpeneye, Commisioner, Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission
Steve Lowden, Chief Executive Officer, NewAge
Geoff Bury, Managing Director, Wentworth Resources
Oliver Quinn, Director – Africa and Global New Ventures, Ophir Energy
Participants at AIX: Gas include senior representatives from:
Department of Trade & Industry, South Africa; Electricity Company of Ghana, Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) Mozambique; IPP Office, South Africa; Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission; Office National of Electricity and Potable Water (ONEE) Morocco
Power sector developers
Aldwych International, Africa Energy Projects, Azura Power Holdings, Contour Global, EdF, Engie, GE, Genesis Energy Group, Globeleq, Great Lakes Africa, Impala Energy, InterGen, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Mott Macdonald, Powergas Africa, Proton Energy, Siemens
Finance and investment
Actis, African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), Àrgentil Capital Partners, Brandon Hill Capital, CDC Group, Fieldstone, Kulczyk Investments, Kuwait Investment Authority, Millennium Challenge Corporation, Nedbank, OM Capital Partners, Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Power Africa, Rand Merchant Bank, RL Capital Partners, Standard Bank
Oil and gas project developers
Aminex, BP, Bowleven, Cheniere, Excelerate Energy, ExxonMobil, Fortesa International, Gazprom Global LNG, Modec, Mitsui, NewAge, Nigeria LNG, Ophir Energy, Orca Exploration, PanAfrican Energy, Sasol, Shell, Victoria Oil & Gas, Vitol, Wentworth Resources, Woodside Energy
Africa Confidential, Africa Energy Projects, BWSC, Clifford Chance, Control Risks, Cross-border Information, Gas Strategies, Herbert Smith Freehills, IO Oil and Gas, IPA Advisory, Latham & Watkins, Milbank, SLR Consulting, SyEnergy, Webber Wentzel, Wood Mackenzie
All exchanges are:
• Held under the Chatham House Rule.
• Structured panel-led discussions and roundtables.
• Hosted at RSA House, the Royal Society of Arts’ historic headquarters in London, an ideal venue for networking, with good breakout spaces and rooms for private meetings.