03 - 04 December, 2019 | Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City, Accra, Ghana

Commercialising FPSO Projects in Africa’s Deep and Ultra Deepwater Seas

Africa’s onshore producing fields are maturing and depleting – this, coupled with Government incentives have encouraged international investments in Africa’s offshore deep and ultra-deep waters.

With 22 projects planned for the near future, there is without a doubt immense opportunity to maximise oil production in the African seas through FPSO project conceptualisation, development and operations.

As part of the FPSO Network’s global Congress series, the inaugural FPSO Africa Congress will bring together senior stakeholders from African NOCs, International Oil Companies and Regional Oil and Gas Companies, leading FPSO contractors, regulatory experts & Government agencies, consultants, solution providers and more with focus on African FPSO projects.

Join both local and international players as they come together in solution-oriented discussions on commercialising FPSO projects in Africa’s deep and ultra-deep water seas.

Featured Speakers

Key Themes for 2019

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Market Intelligence
Find out where market opportunities lie post-regulatory changes at the ONLY conference in Africa dedicated for the FPSO industry

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Local Content Requirements
Hear from leaders on how you can successfully balance local content requirements whilst maintaining a competitive and sustainable FPSO project framework

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Financing & Contracting
Explore alternative financing and contracting models to make your FPSO project economics work

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Project Execution & Development Models
Learn from successful FPSO case studies on developing customised project execution strategies depending on oil field characteristics, vessel requirements, project timelines, budgets and more

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Lifecycle Maintenance
Discuss practical strategies in maintaining an asset lifecycle – from asset integrity management to life extension strategies and cost-effective FPSO decommissioning plans