The National Petroleum Authority has joined its Africa’s elite interests in downstream oil and gas for the 10th Oil Trading and Logistics (OTL) Africa Downstream Week in Lagos, Nigeria.
The Authority led by its Chief Executive, Moses Asaga and Board Chairman, Ralph Roland will be chairing and co-chairing respectively a panel discussion on Ghana’s perspective on the downstream petroleum sector at the four day event.
The annual OTL Africa Downstream Week is a leading business forum in Africa for market insights, emerging opportunities, products’ showcase and recognition of excellence in the African downstream petroleum value-chain.
The event features a strategic conference, dedicated industry exhibition and the annual OTL Downstream Industry Dinner, popularly referred to as ‘the Africa Downstream Week’.
Traversing a strong value-chain that includes refining, trading, shipping, storage, haulage, distribution, marketing, equipment manufacturing and supplies, regulation and associated professional services, the OTL Africa Downstream Expo 2016 promises to offer over 3000 delegates, speakers, exhibitors, special guests and visitors opportunities for high-level networking, business match-making and learning.
Hon Dr Moses Asaga(Chief Executive,NPA) with other participants at the Oil Trading & Logistics (OTL -2016) conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
Ralph Roland (Board Chair, NPA) and Yaro Kasambata (Head, Public Relations & Consumer Service) at the Oil Trading & Logistics (OTL -2016) conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
Ralph Roland (Board Chair, NPA), Shiela Abiemo (Head, Planning & Research) & Halima Olasunbo Alabi at the Oil Trading & Logistics (OTL -2016) conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
NPA Exhibition booth at the Oil Trading & Logistics (OTL -2016) conference in Lagos, Nigeria.