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FPSO Africa 2014 Conference is the ONLY conference offering you a 360 degree overview of the planned and current FPSO projects in the region. Enjoy the highly interactive sessions, with a mixture of …

FPSO Africa 2014 Conference is the ONLY conference offering you a 360 degree overview of the planned and current FPSO projects in the region. Enjoy the highly interactive sessions, with a mixture of panels, case-studies, roundtables, presentations, boiler rooms and poster sessions. The FPSO Africa 2014 conference is designed in a way that will allow our delegates to stay up-to-date with the latest regional content laws and new FPSO projects.

Understand how to overcome the key financing challenges within the FPSO industry. The FPSO Africa 2014 conference will guide you through the local financing requirements in West Africa. Join FPSO and offshore leaders and learn more about safety and security issues that face the region.

Key topics:
• Africa's role in the international oil & gas market and the local regulatory environment
• Local content and regulatory environment Key challenges related to the FPSOs
• Overview of the key financing challenges within the FPSO industry
• Addressing the local financing environment in Africa
• Safety and security of offshore facilities in West Africa
• FSPO redeployment and conversion
• Advanced technological updates – the latest FPSO innovations in Africa
• FPSO Topsides & Layout Designs
• Suitable solution to moor FPSO in Africa and asset integrity management FPSO
• Operational Efficiency - Field Operations in West Africa

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Email: lucia.kasanicka@informa.com
Call: +971 4 407 2760

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  • 1. Registernow andsaveupto$1000! www.FPSO-africa.com  Emmanuel Bekee, Deputy Director Upstream Operations, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria  George Osahon, Director, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria  Septime Martin, Resident Representative, African Development Bank Angola (AFDB), Angola  Ousmane Dore, Director, African Development Bank Nigeria (AFDB), Nigeria  Christopher Nnalue, Senior Engineer, Shell Petroleum Development Co, Nigeria  Kamil Mohammed, President, Ghana Oil and Gas Association (GOGSPA), Ghana  Mohammed Amin Adam, Executive Director, Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Nigeria  Sin Woo Seok, Nigeria Office Africa, DSME Shipbuilders, Angola  Helena Prata Ferreira, Partner, Angola Legal Partner, Angola Creating faster and cheaper solutions to deep-water exploration in the Gulf of Guinea Engr. Tamunokuro S. Alalibo Consultant and E,I & C Engineer Rivers State Ministry of Power & Energy Nigeria George Osahon Director Department of Petroleum Resources Nigeria Donna Obasedi-Ogunnaike Senior Associate Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun Nigeria Chisa Uba Senior Associate Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun Nigeria Rolake Akinkugbe Head of Energy and Natural Resources Coverage FBN Capital Nigeria ALSO SPEAKING WHAT WILL YOU LEARN? Two exclusive Masterclasses offering you invaluable insights into West Africa’s local regulatory environment and technical solutions to FPSO operations PLUS Workshop A – Local Regulatory and Contractual Masterclass Donna Obasedi-Ogunnaike Senior Council Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun, Nigeria Chisa Uba Senior Council Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun, Nigeria Workshop B – Operational and Technical Masterclass Tamunokuro S. Alalibo Consultant and E,I & C Engineer Rivers State Ministry of Power & Energy Nigeria Understand HOW TO OVERCOME the key financing challenges within the FPSO industry and the local financing requirements in West Africa, and address important safety and security issues that face the region. UNDERSTAND Africa’s ROLE in the international oil & gas market, gain clarification of the local regulatory environment and showcase best practices when addressing regulatory concerns. SCOPE out the CORE LOCAL ACTIVITY in Africa; hear the latest government plans as well as updates from the contractors and IOCs who have been working in the region for some time. LEARN about the LATEST FPSO INNOVATIONS in Africa, from topside module designs within FPSOs, to suitable solutions in mooring FPSOs in Africa and asset integrity management. Media Partners World ils Organised By AFROCETConferences, Exhibitions and Training Research Partner
  • 2. CEO and Managing Director from Oil Operators & Field Owners FPSO Project Managers Head of Offshore Projects Field Development Managers Head oF Legal & Contracts CEO and Managing Directors from Vessel Owners Heads of Deepwater Development Technical Directors Head of Procurement Naval Architects Process and Topside Engineers Welcome to the inaugural FPSO Africa Conference WHY YOU HAVE TO BE THERE WHO SHOULD ATTEND? FPSO Africa Conference is the ONLY conference offering you a 360 degree overview of the planned and current FPSO projects in the region. Currently the Gulf of Guinea is one of the most populated water areas, with over 40 FPSOs operating in deep seas. This exclusive conference brings you the latest FPSO activity in West Africa, with a regional focus on Ghana, Nigeria, Angola, Congo, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. The conference connects key industry representatives from across the value chain and offers a platform for FPSO industry players to come together and strike new working relationship and business deals. Ghana, Nigeria, Angola, Congo, Gabon and Equatorial Guinea are amongst the world’s largest FPSO operating areas, with over 40 FPSOs currently deployed in the region West Africa continues to provide wider business opportunities for FPSO deployment as large oil reserves are being uncovered in the Gulf of Guinea The Gulf of Guinea along with Brazil and the Gulf of Mexico continue to drive and shape the FPSO industry, with more technologically advanced FPSOs required for harsher environments Who you will meet? Vessel Engineering companies, FEED contractors, Top side equipment providers, Consultants & Law firms Shipbuilders EPC Contractors Engineering, Procurement & Construction FPSO vessel desingers and operators Government, Policy Makers, Regulatory Bodies International Oil Companies and National Oil Companies Grasp an unique opportunity to understand the West African market and understand the latest regulations that will affect the future deployment of FPSOs in the region. West Africa is the third largest FPSO hub in the world with plans for further development. Be part of this growing trend where deals will be done and new business opportunities will arise. Build relations with key decision makers from across the value chain, from government bodies, policy makers, regulators, oil operators, NOCs and IOC contractors, FPSO operators, EPC contractors, engineers, geologists, shipbuilders and industry service providers. DUBAI - Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: register-africa@informa.com | NIGERIA - Tel: +234 809 999 9246 +234 809 999 9256 | Email: sales@afrocet.com | Web: www.FPSO-africa.com
  • 3. Presentation Tuesday | 10 June 2014CONFERENCE DAY ONE 08.15 Registration and coffee 08.55 Opening Comments from Chairman AFRICA’S ROLE IN THE INTERNATIONAL OIL & GAS MARKET AND THE LOCAL REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT 09:30 Analysing the latest megatrends in the West Africa oil and gas supply and demand sector • What are the current drivers, challenges and best practices in the global oil market? Are we noticing different patterns of consumption and market shifts? • Considering gas and oil prices: how will this affect the market on a global scale and are businesses equipped for this? • West African oil and gas sector; detecting opportunities and addressing the local market Rolake Akinkugbe, Head of Energy and Natural Resources Coverage, FBN Capital, Nigeria 10:00 Global demand for FPSO: Identifying regional hot spots and investment areas in West Africa • FPSO market forecasts, demand and supply global outlook • The latest challenges and solutions in FPSO technology, from topside design, safety and mooring systems • Strategies for ensuring the commercial viability and profitability of FPSOs internationally • Assessing FPSO opportunities in the Gulf of Guinea: how can the West African market continue to attract investment amidst a highly competitive environment? Rob Smith, Principle Consultant, FACTS Energy, UAE Kamil Mohammed, President, Ghana Oil and Gas Association (GOGSPA), Ghana 10:30 Refreshment and networking break 11:00 Domestic Overview: Regulatory overview and local requirements in West Africa to ensure correct preparation • Assessing FPSO policies and regulations in Africa and the environment for FPSO growth • Creating stronger coherence between separate Government entities and overcoming local restrictions • Understanding special technical and local content requirements to increase access to competence, service and maintenance programmes • How do local requirements affect the development of FPSO activity in West Africa? George Osahon, Director, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria Helena Prata Ferreira, Partner, Angola Legal Circle, Angola 11:30 Legal Overview: Understanding the Nigerian Local Content Law to facilitate key partnership and investment growth • Sustainable development and capacity building in Nigeria: understanding the Nigerian local Content Law and the Cabotage Act • Changes to the Local Content Law in the next two years: what international investors need to know • How can we increase Nigerian laws whilst protecting IOCs and external investment interests • Outlining new bareboat structures which will aim to accommodate for external investments and regional personnel Donna Obasedi-Ogunnaike, Senior Associate, Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun, Nigeria Chisa Uba, Senior Associate, Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun, Nigeria 12:00 Lunch and networking opportunity panelpanel panelCase-Study IDENTIFYING FPSO GROWTH IN AFRICA: AN IN-DEPTH ASSESSMENT OF THE REGIONAL OIL & GAS MARKET 13:30 Nigeria Operational Case-study: Nigeria • The over-population of Nigerian offshore facilities: creating more space and opportunity in Nigeria’s FPSO sector • Positioning Nigeria as an international player: how to maintain a competitive edge and increase international investment whilst building local content • FPSOs rights and wrongs: what can international operators do to overcome obstacles regarding production sharing contracts, local content laws and security? Emmanuel Bekee, Deputy Director Upstream Operations, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria 14:00 Ghana Operational Case-study: Ghana • Ghana’ s latest offshore discoveries and FPSO opportunities • Outlining the current plans for the TEN Project Development Offshore Ghana • Updates on the engineering, procurement, construction, mobilisation and operation of the FPSO • Project overview: updates to the latest topside processing equipment, marine systems, capacity, delivery timeframe and operational duration Kamil Mohammed, President, Ghana Oil and Gas Association (GOGSPA), Ghana 14:30 Angola Operational Case-study: Angola • Overview of Angola’s current FPSOs and planned projects • Latest exploration and development updates in Angola • Operators perspective: building FPSOs in Angola, the regulatory hurdles, local personnel and financing options 15: 00 Refreshment and networking break Financing FPSOs: An international and regional outlook Overview of logistics, personal safety and cost 15:30 Overview of the key financing challenges within the FPSO industry • Addressing the local financing environment in Africa in order to better equip international investors • A lender’s perspective: outlining the key criteria before investing in FPSO projects • Detecting and mitigating credit risk for FPSO financing, from contract and agreements to construction risk, charter agreement risk, robust and operating risk • Assessing alternative financing models, from bank debt and bond finances to export credit agencies • What is special about emerging markets such as Africa and what are the regional financing options? What are the latest government strategies to draw in investors? • Outlining available financing solutions for international FPSO investors: how can they leverage on the local financing schemes? Ousmane Dore, Director Nigeria, African Development Bank (AFDB), Nigeria Septime Martin, Angola Country Representative, African Development Bank (AFDB), Angola 16:00 Safety and security of offshore facilities in West Africa • Outlining the current security threats that are facing West Africa and discussing how Africa differs from other offshore hubs • Addressing the latest offshore support services, safety strategies and technology available for the offshore industry • A safety-minded approach: outlining safety training strategies for local personnel 16.30 Networking reception Presentation Presentation DUBAI - Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: register-africa@informa.com | NIGERIA - Tel: +234 809 999 9246 +234 809 999 9256 | Email: sales@afrocet.com | Web: www.FPSO-africa.com
  • 4. panelpanel Case- Study Wednesday | 11 June 2014CONFERENCE DAY TWO 08.15 Registration and coffee 09.00 Opening comments from the Chairman Advanced technological updates – the latest FPSO innovations in Africa 09:10 Overview - Design phase and capabilities of FPSOs • The latest FPSO innovations: how can we maximise production output and minimise cost • Methods for utilising maximum capacity storage units in vessels • Examining the differences between traditional FPSOs and cylinder FPSOs • Assessing the latest drilling capabilities in deep water locations in Africa 09:40 African waters: Overview of the design innovations in FPSOs: Considerations to take into account when deploying FPSOs in West Africa • Improvements in engineering and technology and how this can help Africa • Are we noticing certain designs in West Africa and are there specific requirements that only apply to African waters? • How can we improve operational practices, considering best practices in safety, reliability and mooring within FPSOs • Addressing challenges arising from deep-water operations in Africa Ken Edward Etete, Chief Executive, Century Group Nigeria, Nigeria 10:20 FPSO activity in Nigeria: Addressing the lack of technology development and infrastructure • Nigeria’s lack of technology development: Incentives for stronger government and private sector inclusion • Strategies in tapping into Nigerian resources, uncovering more reserves in deep water and considering what types of technology should be used • Addressing the latest challenges and risks arising from deep- water operations in Nigeria Engr. Tamunokuro S. Alalibo, Consultant and E,I & C Engineer, Rivers State Ministry of Power & Energy, Nigeria 10:40 Refreshment and networking break FPSO Topsides & Layout Designs 11:10 Topside advancements in technology. Topside Module design FPSO: Operational Overview of methods used in Africa As Africa prepares to play an even larger role in the future development and demand of FPSOs, FPSO operators, shipbuilders and contractors are deploying more and more operations in the Gulf of Guinea. These three roundtables offer a platform for vendors, contractors, IOCs, local African companies and regional voices to discuss the best topside module design strategies. Roundtable 1: Overview of the latest engineering challenges for FPSOs • What gas processing module systems work best? • Ensuring efficiency and safety Moderator: Christopher Nnalue, Senior Engineer, Shell Petroleum Development Co, Nigeria Roundtable 2: Assessing the benefits of a standardised topside approach • Considering cost effective approaches, scheduling deadlines, flexibility, inter-changeability and expandability Roundtable 3: Topside module design and the African Approach • Are we noticing a more standardized approach to Africa FPSOs? • Best practices for West African waters Suitable solution FOR mooring FPSO in Africa and asset integrity managementO 11: 40 Addressing the local content and environmental issues across the Gulf of Guinea • Discussing new content laws in frontier markets in the Gulf of Guinea • What FPSO operators and IOCs need to know when approaching emerging markets in the Gulf of Guinea • From start to finish: how FPSO projects can reach completion on time and still adhere to local content regulations Mohammed Amin Adam, Executive Director, Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), Nigeria 12:10 Conversions Vs. New-build: Technology vessel analysis • Best practices and criteria for FPSO new builds vs. conversions • Technical overview of jetty barges and super tankers: when is it best to use each type? • Assessing the infrastructure facilities of the country in question: off shore location, side-by-side transfer and weather issues Sin Woo Seok, Nigeria Office Africa, DSME Shipbuilders 12:50 Lunch and networking opportunity FSPO redeployment and conversion 14:00 Differences between FPSO and FLNG • Assessing the cost analysis between FPSO oil and FLNG gas • What types of terminals are need for each kind of hydrocarbon • The growing FLNG industry in Africa, the case of Mozambique and West Africa Ali Abdallah, Business Development Deputy Manager, Middle East & Africa, GTT France 14. 30 Highlights on Quality challenges for EPC Projects • Quality Strategy. • Projects Quality Plan (PQP) Structure. • Project Stages: Business Value Assurance Plan (BVAP) Stage Process. Examples of introduced QC Improvement Tools Ahmed Hosny EL Naggar, Engineering & Projects (Quality Department), Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Operations, ADCO, UAE 15:00 Refreshment and networking break Operational Efficiency - Field Operations in West Africa. FSPO redeployment and conversion 15:30 Risk Management strategies: Safety and integrity management for FPSOs • Assessing the latest safety management and process strategies used in FPSO operations • How can West Africa control its safety procedures? • Supervising the whole value chain, field operations, subcontract management & managing expectation risks • Ensuring safety in deep-water areas in West Africa: from drilling, operations, asset integrity and the latest technologies employed 16:00 FPSO commercial drivers and future outlook • Addressing the future challenges in the FPSO industry - deployment and production of oil and gas • Thinking ahead: how do we produce oil and gas in a more cost competitive way? • Assessing the performance of longstanding FPSO operations internationally and examining how well these FPSOs are functioning • What role will Africa play in the future of the FPSO industry? Engr. Tamunokuro S. Alalibo, Consultant and E,I & C Engineer, Rivers State Ministry of Power & Energy, Nigeria Sin Woo Seok, Nigeria Office Africa, DSME Shipbuilders Emmanuel Bekee, Deputy Director Upstream Operations, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria 16:30 Closing remarks Presentation panelRoundtableDiscussionCase-StudyPresentation PresentationPresentation DUBAI - Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: register-africa@informa.com | NIGERIA - Tel: +234 809 999 9246 +234 809 999 9256 | Email: sales@afrocet.com | Web: www.FPSO-africa.com
  • 5. Workshop A Workshop B Local Regulatory and Contractual Masterclass Your workshop leaders: Donna Obasedi-Ogunnaike Senior Associate Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun Nigeria Chisa Uba Senior Associate Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun Nigeria This master class is designed for international investors who need to understand the local regulatory environment in West Africa in order to make the right investment decisions. Without understanding the local content laws, regulatory frameworks and institutions, investors will struggle to implement best practices in key project areas and oversee the completion of their FPSO projects. Attend this master class to ensure that you are gaining: ●● Best practices in key project issues from the contractual phase to the end product ●● In-depth overview of the local content laws in West Africa; a closer look at specific domestic laws in Nigeria and Ghana ●● Changes and developments to the local content laws in West Arica, how international investors can stay prepared Registration will be at 08:00. The workshop will run from 08:30 to 12:30 with appropriate breaks for refreshments. Lunch will be served at 12:30 – 13:30 Operational and Technical Masterclass Your workshop leader: Tamunokuro S. Alalibo Consultant and E,I & C Engineer Rivers State Ministry of Power & Energy Nigeria This master class is designed for technical personnel: it will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the latest technical challenges to successfully complete FPSO projects. As more FPSOs are being deployed into deeper waters, technology innovations are more prevalent than ever. The master class will include: ●● Best use of topside module design within FPSOs, and considering best requirements for West Africa ●● Understanding how to identify the most suitable tanker for conversion ●● Considering methods in designing a strong conceptual design to lead the conversion project ●● Assessing the durability of your FPSO in harsher environments ●● Best practices in maximising production output and minimising the cost during and after project phases Registration will be at 13:30. The workshop will run from 14:00 to 17:30 with appropriate breaks for refreshments. Lunch will be served at 12:30 – 13:30 WHY YOUR COMPANY SHOULD SPONSOR THE INAUGURAL FPSO AFRICA CONFERENCE 2014 Monday | 9 June 2014Workshops +971 4 335 2437 +971 4 335 2438 register@iirme.com www.FPSO-africa.com The FPSO Africa 2014 Conference will attract a large and influential audience. This gives you unprecedented networking opportunities to meet local & regional ministry representatives, key decision-makers, stake holders, opinion formers and industry peers. To Discuss more contact Arshed Hussain on sponsorship@informa.com or call +971 4 407 2715 / +971 50 559 3922 9 things you will achieve by sponsoring or exhibiting at FPSO Africa 2014 1 Access government and industry representatives 2 Understand the gaps in the market and offer your bespoke solutions 3 Build new business contacts 4 Promote your company amongst the industry 5 Network with your peers 6 Strengthen your existing relationships 7 Raise your company profile through dedicated PR activities 8 Take to the podium and share your views on the market challenges 9 Enjoy the networking breaks and social functions DUBAI - Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: register-africa@informa.com | NIGERIA - Tel: +234 809 999 9246 +234 809 999 9256 | Email: sales@afrocet.com | Web: www.FPSO-africa.com
  • 6. DELEGATE DETAILS First Name: Surname: Job Title: Company: Address: Postal Code: Country: City: Tel: Mobile: Fax: Email: PAYMENTS A confirmation letter and invoice will be sent upon receipt of your registration. Please note that full payment must be received prior to the event. Only those delegates whose fees have been paid in full will be admitted to the event. CANCELLATION If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate will be welcome in your place. Registrations cancelled more than 7 days before the Event are subject to a $200 administration charge. Registration fees for registrations cancelled 7 days or less before the Event must be paid in full. Substitutions are welcome at any time. All registrations are subject to acceptance by Informa which will be confirmed to you in writing. Due to unforeseen circumstances, the programme may change and Informa reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers or topics. AVOID VISA DELAYS – BOOK NOW Delegates requiring visas should contact the hotel they wish to stay at directly, as soon as possible. Visas for non-Nigeria nationals may take several weeks to process. Five Easy Ways To Register CALL: +971 4 335 2483 E-MAIL: andrew.watts1@informa.com GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE O J AY2032 EVENT VENUE: Eko Hotel & Suites, P.O.Box 12724, Victoria Island, Lagos - Nigeria Tel: +234 1 277 2700 www.ekohotels.com Tel: +XXX XXXX ACCOMMODATION DETAILS We highly recommend you secure your room reservation at the earliest to avoid last minute inconvenience. You can contact the Informa Hospitality Desk for assistance on: Tel: +971 4 407 2693 Fax: +971 4 407 2517 Email: hospitality@informa.com OE ENERGYLK/DD Conference fees include documentation, luncheon and refreshments. Delegates who attend all sessions will receive a Certificate of Attendance by email. All registrations are subject to our terms and conditions which are available at www.iirme.com/terms. Please read them as they include important information. By submitting your registration you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions in full. Super Early Bird Book Before 31 March 2014 Book Before 21 April 2014 Book Before 12 May 2014 Final Price 12 May 2014 Government FREE FREE FREE FREE Conference + 2 Workshops USD 1800 SAVE USD 1000 USD 1900 SAVE USD 900 USD 2000 SAVE USD 800 USD 2100 SAVE USD 700 Conference + 1 Workshop USD 1400 SAVE USD 650 USD 1500 SAVE USD 550 USD 1600 SAVE USD 450 USD 1700 SAVE USD 350 Conference Only USD 1000 SAVE USD 300 USD 1100 SAVE USD 200 USD 1200 SAVE USD 100 USD 1300 Workshop Only (per workshop) USD 600 SAVE USD 150 USD 650 SAVE USD 100 USD 700 SAVE USD 50 USD 750 Please √ the desired sessions Monday 9 June 2014 Tuesday 10 June 2014 Wednesday 11 June 2014 Conference √ √ Workshop A √ (AM) Workshop B √ (PM) Informa Middle East Ltd. P.O Box 9428, Dubai, UAE +971 4 335 2438 +971 4 335 2437 Dubai Contact: +234 809 999 9246 +234 809 999 9256 register-africa@informa.com sales@afrocet.com www.FPSO-africa.com Nigeria Contact: