Argus Africa Storage and Logistics 2015
WhenSep 16, 2015 08:00 AM to
Sep 17, 2015 06:00 PM
We are delighted to announce that the second annual Argus Africa Storage and Logistics conference will take place on 16-17 September 2015 in Durban, South Africa.
Last year's event gathered over 150 attendees from Africa and all over the world, from organisations such as:
Vitol South Africa | Glencore | Golden Crown Petroleum | Department of Energy, South Africa | Engen Petroleum | Forte Oil | Vopak | Colas South Africa | Foster Wheeler South Africa | Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company (BOST) | Nimex Petroleum Group | Horizon Terminals | Island View Storage | Linetrale | Mobil Oil Nigeria | Moteriba Terminals and Logistics | NERSA | Oando | Oiltanking South Africa | Optima Energy | Oryx Energies | Petrocam Trading | Puma Energy Services | Standard Bank | Stolthaven Terminals | TOTAL | Trafigura Services | Transnet National Ports Authority | VTTI | Kenya Pipeline Company | KPMG and more...
Topics discussed at the event include:
How will we see ports developed to optimise the overall supply chain?
How has the global oil price change affected storage capacity in Africa?
Identifying pricing trends of gasoline, LPG, middle distillates and fuel oil
Where Are We Seeing Investment in Infrastructure across Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa and Swaziland?
What approach can be taken for landlocked countries to develop smooth distribution links?
Will landlocked Zimbabwe and Zambia be integrated into the network?
What is current product demand in Botswana — how is it being routed and what are the storage options?
How will import options for refined products potentially include routes through Mozambique and Namibia?
What developments are railway corridors seeing with oil logistics and general infrastructure
Successfully Securing International Finance for Newbuild Storage Facilities and Expansions
We are currently putting together the 2015 programme. To make any suggestions, or if you would like to be involved, get in touch.