The Ministry of Hydrocarbons of the Republic of Congo and AME Trade Ltd are delighted to announce that the 4th edition of the Congo’s International Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition, CIEHC 2020, will take place in February 19-21 2020 in the Centre International de Conférence de Kintélé Brazzaville, Congo.
The Republic of Congo is currently the third largest oil producing country in sub-saharan Africa and the CIEHC 2020 is the official platform for the government to share and discuss its vision for the future of the national oil and gas industry with the key stakeholders in the country.
Building on the success of the previous edition, which gathered over 700 participants, CIEHC 2020 will be held under the theme: “Creation of a local value chain and use of hydrocarbon resources as a catalyst for socio-economic development, economic diversification and integration in the region”.
With over 700 participants during the last edition, CIEHC is without a doubt the largest gathering of Oil & Gas industry professionals in Central Africa projects.
CIEHC gathers the key decision makers of Congo’s Oil and Gas industry, 76% of participants at the 3rd CIEHC were senior management, with decision making power.
Strategically located in the
Conference area, CIEHC offers participants a unique opportunity to showcase their projects and services to the key stakeholders in Congo’s Oil and Gas industry.
Organized by the Ministry of Hydrocarbons, with the support of AMETRADE Ltd. UK, this international event, which has already made history in the annals of the oil and gas sector in the Republic of Congo, is now established as one of the most important meeting platforms for the oil industry. in the Gulf of Guinea area.
I therefore have the honor and the pleasure of inviting your company to actively participate in this fourth edition of CIEHC, through the subscription of a sponsorship, the registration of delegates, the presentation of papers on selected themes and animation of a public and commercial exhibition.
Ministre des Hydrocarbures de la République du Congo, Jean-Marc Thystere Tchicaya