The Nigeria Oil & Gas Outlook Conference & Exhibition returned to Lagos for its second edition. Building on the successes recorded from the flagship edition of the event in 2021 which was the first energy event since the PIB became an Act, the event has grown to become a very important meeting place for Nigeria’s Oil & Gas stakeholders.
Against the backdrop from the pandemic, the need to demonstrate longstanding commitment to investment in Nigeria’s energy industry has become extremely important, NOGO 2022 provided a premier platform to debate, discuss and examine very important challenges as the country works to close the gap of decline in production, oil theft, expand and promote exploration, reach fuel-independency via large scale investments in refining capacity, diversify her economy and ensure a just energy transition by developing its natural gas resources and other alternative energy resources.
Attendees at this year’s edition of the event benefited from a wide range of industry-advancing panel sessions, in-conversations, keynote sessions, presentations, unrivaled networking, investor/government/private sector deal rooms, as the event promoted opportunities in Nigeria’s Oil & Gas Industry. The event tackled topics spanning across Local content; Energy Transition; Gas Market; Petroleum Industry Act; Women in Energy amongst other latest developments aimed at strengthening the development of Africa’s largest producer of oil - Nigeria.