Argus West Africa LPG conference and exhibition for May 9-10 in Ghana

His Excellency Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam, Deputy Minister (Petroleum), Ghana, and Alhassan Tampuli, Chief Executive Officer, National Petroleum Authority (NPA) will participate in on stage interviews at the Argus West Africa LPG conference and exhibition on 9 – 10 May in Accra, Ghana.

The event is officially endorsed by the Ministry of Energy with the Deputy Minister’s session focusing on government-backed innovation, initiatives and investments.

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Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam Deputy Minister (Petroleum), Ghana.

Attendees will be invited to ask follow-up questions. The NPA presentation will share an update on their ‘People Safety First!’ campaign, covering consumer education to inspection, storage and the outlook on compliance and enforcement.

Nigerian plans for LPG will also be on the agenda with Dayo Adeshina, Manager for the Implementation of the National LPG Expansion Plan, Programme Management Office (PMO) speaking on behalf of the Office of the Vice-President.

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Senior executives from Ghana Gas, Engen, International Finance Corporation (IFC), World LPG Association, Linetrale Petroleum, Hyde Energy, Ghana Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors, OVH Energy Marketing, BOST, Chase Petroleum, Gas Terminalling and other west African stakeholders have confirmed their attendance.

Organisations from across the regional and international LPG supply chain are invited to join the conference to shape the development of LPG infrastructure in Africa’s fastest growing LPG markets.

Argus Media is a world-leader in LPG price-reporting and assessess international LPG prices each day, including the key European indexes and benchmarks.

For further information about the agenda, speakers and attendees, contact the Argus Media conference team:

W: www.argusmedia.com/west-africa-lpg
@: lpgconf@argusmedia.com
T: +44 (0) 20 7780 4341

Source: Argus Media

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