SAOGA - An Update on the Mozambique Region & The role of the Oil and Gas Community of Practice - 27 May 2021

Dear Members and Industry Stakeholders,

The South African Oil & Gas Alliance invites you to our next Virtual Breakfast to be held on Thursday, 27 May 2021. In this session we will be getting an insider’s perspective of the current climate in Mozambique from SA Embassy in Mozambique, The Mozambique Oil & Gas Chamber & Confederation of Economic Associations and our reasoning is we looking for an unbiased understanding of the region. With this insight SAOGA & our members can navigate our way to the Mozambique LNG Projects. In addition, we will also be hearing about the role of the Oil and Gas Community of Practice in local capacity building.

Please ensure you register on time so as not to miss out on this opportunity.

Topic:               An Update on the Mozambique Region & The role of the Oil and Gas

                        Community of Practice in local capacity building.

Speakers:        TBA - (SA Embassy to Mozambique)

                              TBA - (Mozambican Oil & Gas Chamber)

                          Simone Santi - (President – Confederation of Economics Associations CTA)

                        Prof. Raymond Durrheim - (University of the Witwatersrand School of

                                                                      Geosciences)

Time:               09h50 – Log into meeting & enter waiting room

                         10h00 – Session Starts

The first 10 registered SAOGA member companies will be given an opportunity to promote their companies in a 1-minute timeslot.             

RSVP:                

Cost:                Member          - R230.00 Incl. VAT

                          Non-member - R345.00 Incl. VAT

NB!! You will have to download/update the ZOOM App beforehand.

SAOGA will provide you with a ZOOM Meeting request once you have registered.

Date range
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Event Organiser
A.Kerr
Event Venue
ZOOM App
Event Email
akerr@saoga.org.za

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