Africa LPG Trade Summit,

07-09 May, 2014 - Accra, GHANA

Labadi Beach Hotel

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    www.AfricaBusiness.com
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    www.refinerlink.com
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    www.worldoils.com
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"Connecting LPG Demand Growth, Export & Infrastructure Needs"

 

LPG consumption on the African continent is huge in potential with varying demand and requires much overcoming of barriers.

 

The overall average LPG consumption in Africa region is 3 kg per person, whereas North Africa recorded an average LPG consumption of 53 kg per person per year. In Sub-Sahara Africa, per year consumption is only 2.5 kg per person, and less than 1 kg per person in Nigeria.

 

Nigeria with its huge population is one of the largest LPG potential markets in the world. Experts believe that with the right regulation and enforcement, Nigerian LPG market could potentially grow to nearly 200 million tons per year next year.

 

National Oil, Kenya's state-owned oil company, forecasted growth in Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) consumption as the country's middle class expands and consumers shun inefficient and hazardous traditional wood fuel. Construction of LPG terminals have encouraged this demand growth and aid supply distribution of LPG. The increased use of LPG in Kenya has not been without challenges with key among them being the proliferation of illegal LPG operators.

 

Despite the significant opportunity, the most important barriers that must be overcome to successfully create new LPG markets include the Policy Environment, Accessibility, Affordability and Awareness.

 

Speakers confirmed to-date:

  • International Energy Agency (IEA)

  • Sonangol

  • Fueltrade Ltd.

  • Namas B. Company Ltd.

  • Ambergas Limited

  • Strategic Energy Limited

  • Oando Marketing Plc

  • Energy Transportation Group (ETG)

  • World LP Gas Association

  • Aygaz A.S.

  • Brickstone

  • Salam Gaz

 

 

 

CMT's inaugural Africa LPGtrade Summit is held in West Africa where potential is greatest - held on 7 - 9 May 2014 in Accra, Ghana. The summit will bring together the senior executives and decision-makers from LPG exporting, importing, marketing and distribution companies with government representatives, investors, regulators, financial institutions and suppliers of cylinders, technologies and accessories.

 

The objective of this summit is to facilitate discussion and partnerships to promote regional and international trade of LPG and the following:

  • Outlook of the Africa LPG Production (Angola, Nigeria, Algeria, etc)

  • Opportunities to Meet Rising LPG Demand Growth in Africa

  • Evolving Consumption Patterns & Pricing Trends

  • Case Studies of Successful Implementation of Import Facilities & Distribution in South Africa and Asia

  • Investment Requirement for LPG Distribution & Infrastructure (Transportation & Storage, etc) in Africa

  • Current LPG Application in Africa: Residential, Autogas, etc

     

Read extensive media coverage below by Qatari press on our 8th LPG Trade Summit held recently in Doha Qatar on 18-20 Nov

Gulf Times - Tuesday, 19 November 2013

The Peninsula - Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Qatar Tribune - Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Al-Arab - Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Al-Raya - Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Al-Sharq - Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Al-Watan - Tuesday, 19 November 2013

 

Industry News Who Will You Meet Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

Nigeria: Demystifying Cooking Gas

 

Lagos Partners Banner Energy to Boost LPG Market

 

MFBs, Oando sign MoU for gas usage among low income earners

 

IPMAN Advocates for Adoption of LPG As Household Fuel

 

Norway's Stateoil to Invest U.S. $30 Billion in LPG Production

 

LPG Terminal Set for Construction in Namibia

 

Nigeria's LPG Demand In A Growth Surge

 

LPG boom attracts $20m investment

 

Producers • Traders • Importers • Exporters • Distributors • Brokers • Ship Owners/Managers • Shipping Agencies • Supply & Trading Managers • Feedstock Purchasing Managers • Chartering Managers • CEOs • Managing Directors • General Managers • Business Development Directors • Director of Marketing • Regional Representatives • Petroleum Downstream Business Directors • Commercial Directors • Global & Regional Oil Corporations • Refineries Managers • Representatives from Storage & Terminal Companies • Insurance, Trade & Structured Finance Banks

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry.

 

Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor. Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request.

 

Contact nisha@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9130

 

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