Nigeria Oil & Gas Strategic Conference

Nigeria Oil & Gas Strategic Conference

NOG 2021 focused on the strategies that will be employed by the Nigerian government and private sector leaders to navigate the emerging business environment – helping to set the nation’s energy agenda for the next 12 months and beyond.

Nigeria Oil Gas Strategic Co
The year commenced with plans for development and growth for the Nigerian oil and gas industry with the pronouncement of 2020 as the ‘Year of Gas’ by the Honourable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, H.E. Timipre Sylva.

The arrival of the global pandemic led to a disparity in supply and demand of hydrocarbons, a drop in oil price and an economic crisis of unprecedented magnitudes. This introduced new vulnerabilities to the main contributor to Nigeria’s Government revenues.

Oil continues to be one of the major sources for power generation. However, increasing global investment into cleaner sources of energy, volatility of oil price and the awaited clarity on the legislative framework for oil and gas production in Nigeria all highlight the need for a more diverse energy mix.

The NOG Strategic Conference will review Nigeria’s positioning within the evolving global energy landscape, with a focus on emerging opportunities to transform her energy industry through robust legislation, technology and innovation, in-country capacity development and actualize energy sufficiency targets:

1: Assessing Nigeria’s Position In The Evolving Global Energy Landscape

2: Transforming The Nigerian Oil And Gas Industry Through Legislative Reformation

3: Fortifying The Oil & Gas Business Through Technology And Innovation

4: Driving Economic Development & Sustainability Through In-Country Capacity Development

5: Bridging Nigeria’s Domestic Energy Gap And The Journey Towards Energy Self Sufficiency

2021 Key Topics

  • Exploring Nigerian Content Opportunities in The African Continental Free Trade Area
  • Assessing the Development of In-Country Capacity for Export
  • How can a Conducive Business Environment be Created for Nigerian Content to Thrive?
  • Strengthening Nigeria’s position Among the World’s Largest LNG Exporters
  • A Review of the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry in the Post COVID Era
  • The Future of Nigeria’s Hydrocarbons Sector and the Global Energy Transition
  • Bridging Nigeria’s Domestic Energy Gap: Tackling the Challenges in Legislation and Gas Pricing Regulation
  • What Strategies in the Mid & Downstream Sectors will take Nigeria Closer to Energy Self Sufficiency?
  • What is the Future Outlook for Investment into Nigeria’s Energy Sector?
  • Developing the Domestic Gas Market to Deepen Gas Utilization
  • What is the Role of Independent Oil & Gas Companies in the Development of the Oil & Gas Industry?
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“It is my absolute privilege to address the Nigeria Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition. Indeed, we are very grateful for the high-level presence of Nigeria at the Seminar through a large delegation, which included many Nigerian companies and oil industry representatives that made a great contribution, including their generous sponsorship.”

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“It is always a delight being here at NOG, this is my 7th one. You come here, and you have to appreciate the quality of the people who come to talk at NOG. In terms of organisation, NOG is top quality all the time.”

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“Once again, proven to be the most widely regarded and attended industry event in Nigeria, where all objectives on attendance and participation are evidently met.”

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The Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference & Exhibition (NOG) is organised by
dmg Nigeria Events Ltd

For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities, please contact:

Odiri Umusu, Commercial Director
M: +234 813 8938 564
D: +44 208 0780 789
M: +44 759 3441 500

Or email: NOGEnq@dmgevents.com

Alex Pople, Commercial Manager
M: +44 759 3441 501
D: +44 208 0780 779

Or email: NOGEnq@dmgevents.com