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CbI Meetings announces 2017 Investment Exchange dates

CbI Meetings has announced the dates for its 2017 Investment Exchanges.

The first meeting of the year is Africa Investment Exchange: Gas, which will be held at RSA House in London on 5-6 April.

Now in its third year, AIX: Gas focuses on bringing upstream and LNG players together with power sector and downstream developers and investors for a frank discussion of project opportunities and investment issues affecting all stakeholders across the gas sector.

The 2017 agenda will focus on:

Gas-fired IPPs – identifying sources of investment and understanding instruments that can catalyse private investment.
• Domestic production vs LNG imports
• Who has the most credible LNG export plans
Investing in the upstream
• Markets attracting investor interest, including Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Ghana, Mozambique, Morocco, South Africa and Tanzania
• Developing gas distribution networks
Petrochemicals and industrial demand
• Pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, family offices – matching new investors to projects
• Investment strategies and opportunities along the gas value chain

Download the latest agenda and read more

2017 calendar:

5-6 April: Africa Investment Exchange: Gas, London

 

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