APPO CAPE VII

was held at Sipopo International Conferences Hall, Malabo

APPO CAPE VII Congress and Exhibition took place in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Organized by Africa Oil & Power, the congress brought all APPO petroleum ministers and private sector oil and gas leaders together.

About APPO CAPE VII

In 2019 the APPO CAPE VII Congress and Exhibition took place in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. Organized by Africa Oil & Power, the congress brought all APPO petroleum ministers and private sector oil and gas leaders together on April 2-5, 2019.

The petroleum industry leaders of all African Petroleum Producers’ Organization nations met in Malabo, representing the largest and most influential gathering of oil and gas ministers on the African continent. APPO CAPE VII was where the decisions were made that will guide the growth of Africa’s energy business.

It was a week of filled engaging programming, featuring presidential and ministerial keynotes, panel discussions, technical papers and workshops. Download the full APPO CAPE VII presentations here:

Seminar Program Seminar Speakers

APPO Cape VII Congress and Exhibition’s theme for 2019 concentrated on uniting the African countries and to promote cooperation with private companies throughout the continent to attract further international investments to boost the oil and gas industry.

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We would like to thank you for joining us at the APPO Cape VII Congress and Exhibition, was the most influential African energy event of 2019, organized by Africa Oil & Power.

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APPO CAPE VII had two mobility partners, Ethiopian Airlines and Lufthansa Group.

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