OTC 2024: Nigeria, others to discuss regional investment opportunities, collaboration

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By Yusuf Yunus

African oil and gas executives and Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) operators are set to discuss opportunities and collaborations for investment in the industry at the 2024 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, Texas, U.S.

Mrs Jumoke Oyedun, the Chief Executive Officer of New House International Ltd., said this in a statement on Sunday in Lagos.

She said that the company would lead a delegation of African executives and SMEs to the OTC 2024 taking place from May 6 to May 9.

Oyedun said that the annual event is one of the largest gatherings of oil and gas industry operators worldwide.

She said that the conference would afford participants the opportunity to meet with the best and latest technological development in the oil and gas industry worldwide.

Oyedun noted that the delegates would also be able to tap into opportunities available in the global energy industry.

She said that the annual event would attract foreign investments, leading to partnering needed to boost the oil and gas industry.

She said: “The New House International Ltd., is an indigenous Events Management Company (EMC), registered also in the United States of America with a vision of supporting and promoting Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) from the African region to the global market.

“The company coordinates the exhibition, participation, and logistics of these SMEs in international conferences and exhibitions.

“OTC 2023 presents another unique opportunity for interested companies to showcase themselves,” she said.

According to her, the conference will afford participants to meet with the best and latest technologies and allow the delegates to tap into the opportunities available in the global energy industry.

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She said: “The African delegation comprising chief executives of oil service companies and government officials from the following confirmed countries and national corporations: Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Uganda, Tanzania, Uganda, Gambia, Namibia, Mozambique, etc.

“They will during the conference, make several presentations aimed at highlighting the opportunities for investment in their respective oil and gas industry and will explore opportunities to attract foreign investment and partnership to boost regional oil and gas industry.

” The CEOs of various oil companies will discuss and secure business transactions with relevant participating companies,” she added.

She said that the company is at the forefront of empowering SMEs from the African region and also facilitates their integration into the global market in conferences and exhibition.

According to her, by curating this distinguished delegation, the company champions entrepreneurship, innovation, and cross-border collaboration, fostering sustainable growth and economic development.

“OTC 2024 stands as the premier platform for industry leaders to convene, exchange insights, and delve into the latest technological advancements and investment opportunities within the global energy sector.

“Amidst the vibrant atmosphere of Houston, Texas, this delegation will engage in discussions surrounding groundbreaking innovations, strategic partnerships and investment prospects shaping the future of energy.

Oyedun said that the OTC 2024 delegation would feature impressive roster of companies poised to showcase their services and products.

She said that the companies expected at the conference were Seplat Energy Plc, Goddie Chemicals, International Ltd., Western Ltd., Afagaf Company Ltd, JOENY Holdings Ltd. and Well Energy Ltd.

Others include Prudent Energy/ Ardova Plc, Charkin Maritime and Offshore Safety Centre, New Energy Services Company Ltd., Numad Energy, Integrated Services Ltd., Plc, among others. (NAN)
Edited by Olawunmi Ashafa

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