Event Date/Time: Jul 28, 2008
Almost daily, new natural gas development projects are being announced in Sub-Saharan Africa. High commodity prices have not only expanded exploration for oil, but also the search for raw materials, such as aluminum, nickel, copper and gold, which require electric power. Simultaneously, supplies and markets are growing, while other developers are downscaling and marinizing liquefaction to alleviate the current shortage of LNG. This conference will review how the confluence of these trends, plus growing violence in Nigeria, is causing gas development to fan out across the entire subcontinent. Suddenly, such countries as Guinea, Ghana, SÃ£o TomÃ©, South Africa, Mozambique and Tanzania have opportunities for gas monetization. To examine and discuss these trends, we have assembled:A group of senior executives from E&P companies, banks and professional service firms to discuss live projects and key issues.
Zeus analysts who will review the results of a six month survey of gas fields, basins, and projects and discuss conclusions from their work.We believe that if you are interested in natural gas-monetization and Sub-Saharan Africa, you will find this meeting enlightening, enjoyable and beneficial. Much will be covered over the one and a half day session.We look forward to seeing you on Sept. 3-4, 2008 at the West Houston Marriott.