Ghana Summit 2011 is a strategic conference that focuses on developments and future opportunities in Ghana’s oil and gas industry. It is an exclusive combination of a world class conference and an exciting exhibition that will be held from April 12-14, 2011, at Accra International Conference Center in Accra, the capital city of Ghana. The summit has considerably assumed importance with the commencement of commercial production of oil off Ghana’s southwest coast. Being a professional related to oil and gas industry, this is a golden opportunity for you to look out for business class discounts and book your cheap business class flights to Accra well in advance so that you may participate in the summit on schedule. The conference would be attracting major decision makers from Ghana as well as abroad. The 3-day conference would be attended by Ministers, government and GNPC representatives to network and discuss the upcoming projects and contracts. Besides, delegates from international oil companies would be making their presence felt by speaking about possible collaborations and future opportunities.
Ghana being West Africa’s newest and hottest oil and gas producing country has emerged as a focal point for several oil exploration and production companies world over. Don’t miss out on this important event and book business class seats at the earliest and fly business class to Accra to see the key decision makers discussing legal and fiscal issues, learn how to maximize revenue as well as local content, and increase investments in Ghana. Besides, you can also find thousands of new business contacts and may possible get a promotion in sales.
A large number of exhibitors would be displaying their exhibits at the exhibition here. Exhibitors who buy business tickets to Accra and travel by business class airlines would get an opportunity to access one of the world’s most important oil & gas markets; meet face-to-face with senior government and state companies; network with high-profile delegates; strengthen relationships with existing customers; make thousands of new business contacts; generate sales leads at the highest level; introduce new products, latest technologies and services; keep up-to-date with new project development; and reinforce commitment to the marketplace.
Ghana Summit 2011 will also host Technical Sessions that will run alongside the Local Content Workshop. International experts would be conducting the workshop. The themes of the workshop includes ‘Legislation & Regulations’, ‘Local content development on safety, quality and standards in the oil and gas industry’, ‘Best practice and possible solutions from Nigeria, Angola, Trinidad & Tobago’, ‘Tertiary education in Ghana – Contributing towards the merging oil and gas industry in Ghana’, etc.