Sponsored by Actis and co-produced by African Energy CbI’s respected source of independent analysis on the continent’s energy industries, AIX:Gas responded to new opportunties to commercialise Africa’s gas resources shaped by new discoveries, innovative financing structures and significant power demand.
As one of the panelists stated: “It was the right topic at the right time for sub-Saharan Africa!”
Proceedings were held under the Chatham House Rule and structured round a series of interactive panel-led sessions to facilitate dialogue.
• Develop partnerships between Africa’s upstream operators, equity investors, financiers and power developers.
• Engage with experts, to assess investor confidence, develop projects and monitor risk.
• Meet African entrepreneurs and other stakeholders to gain first-hand insights.
• Explore innovative financial structures, commercial returns, entry and exit strategies.
• Analyse key markets, such as Algeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.
AIX: Gas followed on from a very successful AIX:Energy meeting held in London in November 2014, and provided a trusted environment for investors, developers, service providers and other stakeholders to build contact networks, and create opportunities for future business across Africa.
Keep me updated on future AIX: Gas and other AIX meetings.