The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Limited has announced that it will host the Africa Pipeline International Conference and Exhibition 2023 (APICX2023) slated for November in Lagos, Nigeria.
The conference is scheduled to hold from 20-22 November and will ponder on ways to energise the future by developing Africa’s pipeline systems, the NNPC Limited tweeted on Thursday.
“Join us at the Africa Pipeline International Conference & Exhibition 2023, hosted exclusively by NNPC Ltd., billed to hold from 20-22 November at the Landmark Centre, Lagos, Nigeria,” the tweet read in part.
APICX2023 will focus on Africa’s oil and gas-producing nations and will serve as an opportunity for pipeline industry leaders to connect, network, and stay up-to-date on the latest advancements in the sector.
Energy Afrique understands that with a growing international demand for energy and progressive regulatory changes, oil and gas pipelines are critical to connecting the continent’s abundant resources to a diverse consumer base.
The conference is the first of its kind in Africa, where pipeline operators, regulatory bodies, educational institutions, entrepreneurs, service providers, product suppliers, investment houses, as well as consultants are expected to attend where they will have the opportunity to gain insights, share expertise, and explore new business opportunities.