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Africa Investment Exchange: Gas

There is just two weeks to go until our Africa Investment Exchange: Gas meeting in London (27-28 May).

Sponsored by Actis, AIX: Gas will examine investment strategies and opportunities along the gas value chain, including innovative structures emerging from African deals, fund-raising and exit strategies, and the opportunities for partnerships between upstream companies and those investing and developing projects in the power and petrochemicals sectors .

Co-produced by African Energy, proceedings will be held under the Chatham House Rule and structured round a series of interactive panel-led sessions to facilitate dialogue.

Organisations participating in the meeting include:

Investors and providers of finance
Actis • Aldwych International • AIIM • Bridge Capital • Carlyle Group • CDC Group • Denham Capital • Green Ventures Capital • Harith General Partners • Helios Investment Partners • IFC • Nedbank • OPIC • Standard Chartered Bank • Transcentury Group

Project developers and stakeholders along the value chain
Azonto Petroleum • Bowleven • CET Power • Contour Global • Gasol Plc • GE • Genesis Electricity • Globeleq • Mitsui & Co • NewAge (African Global Energy) • National Energy Regulator of South Africa • Nexant • Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission • Nigeria Presidential Task Force on Power • ONHYM • Parsons Brinckerhoff • Quantum Power • Sener • Seven Energy International • Shell • Siemens • Tullow • Victoria Oil and Gas • Wentworth Resources

Professional services
Bracewell & Giuliani • Challenge Energy • Cross-border Information • DeRisk • Hunton & Williams •  London Stock Exchange • Poten • Webber Wentzel

Programme highlights

  • Morocco gas panel led by Amina Benkhadra
  • Africa gas outlook and monetisation strategies
  • Finance: matching money to projects
  • Gas-to-power – security of supply, options for stranded assets
  • Strong representation from West African investors and developers
  • Gas-to-power – distribution networks, balancing domestic demands with export led-growth, prospects for future pipelines, LNG and regasification terminals

AIX: Gas follows on from a very successful AIX: Energy meeting held in London in November 2014, which was sponsored by Actis, FMO, DLA Piper and InfraCoAfrica.

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Register online or email Lauren Andrews.

CbI Meeting's Africa Investment Exchange series continues in July with AIX: Transposrt & Logistics.




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