WELCOME TO THE 4th SUB SAHARAN AFRICA INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE - Oil and Gas as an Enabler for Economic Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa

With a record-breaking 3,500 exhibition visitors, 656 delegates from 36 countries, 11 NOC’s, 104 exhibitors and 54 speakers, the 3rd West Africa Petroleum Exhibition and Conference was the most successful meeting place for Sub-Saharan Africa’s oil and gas industry. 

The Sub Saharan Africa International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (SAIPEC) will return to the Eko Convention Centre 25-27 February 2020 for its 4th edition, as the only oil and gas event held in partnership with the entire Sub Saharan African petroleum industry. Working directly with PETAN, the organisers will draw on their global resources to ensure that the event delivers to the needs of all stakeholders throughout the region.

WAIPEC 2019 was the largest petroleum event of its kind in West Africa, as the city of Lagos welcomed in thousands of key regional stakeholders - plus leading international E&P firms and partners - to develop and drive new business across the sector. It featured in excess of 25 technical and strategic conference sessions, driven by an esteemed steering committee Click here for full details

6000 +
Visitors
300 +
Participating Companies
200 +
Exhibiting Companies
80 +
Industry Experts
15 +
National Oil Companies CEOs and Delegations
50 +
Countries participating
800 +
Delegates
20 +
Executive committee members driving SAIPEC 2020

Conference

Through topical debates and speaker sessions, the 4th SAIPEC 2020 will offer direct access to the primary stakeholders and key players across the entire Sub Saharan Africa supply and value chains. Across two days, speakers and delegates will have the opportunity to participate within business, technical and special focus sessions, providing critical insights into the region's hydrocarbon businesses.

Exhibition

The 4th SAIPEC 2020 is projected to attract more than 200 exhibiting companies and 6,000 visiting professionals from across Sub Saharan Africa, Europe, Americas and Asia