During the global COVID-19 pandemic, AOP webinars will provide a platform for the oil, gas and power community to gather, gain valuable insights, communicate strategies and network from their homes.
The ‘Women in Energy’ webinar was hosted by AOP in partnership with the African Energy Chamber.
Organized by Microsoft and AOP, under the theme ‘Leveraging the Power of Technology for Oilfield Optimization.’
The webinar hosted on 6 August 2020, explored the market dynamics set to shape post-COVID-19 German-African business relations.
The webinar hosted on 27 July 2020, provided insight into how COVID-19 is affecting the country’s economic progress.
The webinar hosted on 25 June 2020, explored the long-term and strategic outlook for the Angolan power sector.
The webinar hosted on 18 June 2020, addressed the prioritization of energy projects in an environment of limited capital investment.
The webinar hosted on 12 June 2020, tackled current threats to physical and cybersecurity of oil and gas assets.
The webinar hosted on 4 June 2020, provided energy industry leaders a platform to share strategies and thoughts on how Kenya’s oil and gas sector can deal with the implications caused by COVID-19.
The webinar hosted on 28 May 2020, focused on renewable energy development in the short and long term.
The webinar hosted on 18 May 2020, provided industry leaders a platform to unpack strategies to set Angola on its 2021 growth trajectory.
The webinar hosted on 15 May 2020, addressed Namibia’s exploration potential as a future oil and gas producer; key project updates, including on the Kudu gas field; renewable energy development; and more.
The webinar hosted on 15 May 2020, highlighted how private equity and project developments have been affected by COVID-19 and the role LNG will play in the future.
The webinar hosted on 13 May 2020, provided stakeholders in Uganda’s oil and gas sector an opportunity to express confidence in the nascent sector.
The African Energy Chamber, in partnership with Africa Oil & Power organized a webinar on the 27 April 2020, where H.E. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, spoke about the state of oil markets and global rebound.