Scot Evans, CEO of Canadian oil and gasoline exploration firm, ReconAfrica, will attend African Power Week (AEW) (https://AECWeek.com), Africa’s premier occasion for the oil and gasoline sector which takes place from 18 – 21 October 2022 in Cape City, to share power market insights as nicely an replace on ongoing exploration initiatives within the excessive potential Namibian basin.
With over 35 years of expertise throughout the worldwide oil and gasoline sector, the participation of Evans at AEW 2022 will likely be essential for driving discussions round how the continent can enhance oil and gasoline exploration actions and power manufacturing to deal with power poverty, gasoline financial development whereas bettering power safety each in Africa and the broader world market. Previous to his present position with ReconAfrica, Evans was a Manufacturing Geologist with world power main, ExxonMobil, for 11 years and led property administration for American power companies agency, Halliburton, for 26 years the place he contributed to the corporate’s enlargement of day by day oil manufacturing from 20,000 to 100,000 barrels.
With Africa dealing with a discount in oil and gasoline manufacturing as a result of pure declines in legacy tasks and restricted investments in hydrocarbon exploration and manufacturing, market insights and suggestions by Evans will likely be essential for firms fascinated about frontier exploration in Africa. Representing considered one of Africa’s most essential worldwide independents, the participation of Evans at AEW 2022 will enlighten African governments and power stakeholders on the position independents play in accelerating investments and upstream actions.
ReconAfrica, below the management of Evans, is bringing a powerful comeback of exploration throughout the African continent with its licenses within the Kavango Basin in Northeast Namibia and Northwest Botswana. Presently, the corporate is main exploration and manufacturing in Namibia, a excessive potential market that has seen sizeable discoveries made in 2022 by Shell and TotalEnergies. Evans will focus on the nation’s power potential whereas making a powerful case for upstream funding in 2022 and past.
“Scot Evans and his staff at ReconAfrica are driving frontier exploration in Africa, emphasizing the position worldwide independents have and proceed to play in increasing the continent’s power sector. Bringing new markets on the manufacturing line whereas optimizing exploration and manufacturing in already producing markets is what is going to carry Africa out of power poverty. At AEW 2022, Scot Evans will likely be offering updates on developments throughout Namibia’s wealthy basins, his firm’s development plans throughout Africa and the way the continent can maximize investments, exploration and manufacturing in an more and more capital-restrictive surroundings,” states NJ Ayuk, Govt Chairman of the African Power Chamber (AEC).
Beneath the theme, “Exploring and Investing in Africa’s Power Future whereas Driving an Enabling Surroundings,” Evans will lead panel discussions and high-level conferences at AEW 2022, discussing developments throughout Africa’s upstream sector and different crucial points reminiscent of funding, regulation, power transition and native content material growth which might be shaping the continent’s oil and gasoline market.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of African Power Week (AEW).
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About AEW 2022:
AEW 2022 is the AEC’s annual convention, exhibition and networking occasion. AEW 2022 unites African power stakeholders with traders and worldwide companions to drive business development and growth and promote Africa because the vacation spot for power investments. Key organizations such because the African Petroleum Producers Group, in addition to African heavyweights together with Equatorial Guinea and Nigeria, have partnered with AEW, strengthening the position the occasion will play in Africa’s power future.
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