Join the first post-COVID Oil, Gas and Energy Summit & Exhibition to
re-open networking routes for Ghana and the international industry
The first official Ghana Oil, Gas & Energy Summit is taking place on May 2022, under the full auspices of the Ministry of Energy of Ghana and the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre. The Ministry tasked IN-VR with organising Ghana's Oil, Gas and Energy forum, bringing the country's upcoming opportunities to light.
The Ghana Oil, Gas & Energy Summit will present a unique platform for networking that will bring together existing and future operators in the oil, gas & energy industry of Ghana. New investors and service providers will meet with the government to find the best ways to capitalise on Ghana’s vast exploration potential and new midstream opportunities.
Meet Ghana’s government, IOCs and energy players in 1:1 meetings
with Ghana’s government and key players
to have prescheduled meetings with
private B2B meetings
prescheduled meeting for you
available in the country for international investors
Enormous oil & gas potential and growth
The sixth largest proven petroleum reserves in Africa, with more than 7 billion barrels of petroleum, and 6 trillion cu.f of natural gas
Revenue growing more than 150% annually, and its production is expected to double to over 400,000 bpd within the next 4 years.
Where Ghana really shines, is in its vast gas reserves and exploration potential; with companies seeing immediate returns from their investments in the form of large discoveries.
Ghana Petroleum Hub
The biggest opportunity in West Africa
Ghana is constructing a $60 Billion Petroleum Hub mega project in the Western part of the country, to function as a hub for the downstream industry in West Africa and the world.
The Mega Project will house four refineries with a total capacity of 600,000 barrels per stream day (bpsd), and will ultimately hold and redistribute 30 million metric tonnes per year, 50% of the West African consumption of petroleum products.
Discover how to take part in the upcoming projects, including LNG facilities, refineries, petrochemical plants, power plants, offshore infrastructure and many more. The hub will be built in three phases over a 13-year period, starting from 2018 and to be completed by 2030.
Mr Benjamin Kwame Asante
Director for Petroleum, Ministry of Energy, Ghana
We have laws that provide a lot of incentives, for example, there's no tax on imports, so all the equipment you are bringing, you don't pay any taxes.
What kind of companies is Ghana interested in collaborating with?
Q&A session between Felix Tsourakis, IN-VR and Mr. Benjamin Kwame Asante, Director for Petroleum, Ministry of Energy, Ghana during the Global E&P Summit.
Who is the Ghana Summit for?
Three days of the latest and fastest-growing opportunities in Ghana
For Independent Oil Companies
- Ghana’s upcoming Licensing Round
- Onshore Exploration
- Deep-water & Shallow Water Exploration & Production
- Marginal Fields
For Service Providers & Technology Companies
- The Petroleum Hub Project
- Exploratory well drilling offshore & onshore
- Technical expertise & Consulting
- Oilfield Services
- Evaluation & Certification
For Midstream Companies
- Pipeline Construction
- Natural Gas Storage
- Offshore infrastructure
- Refinery construction & management
- LNG Facilities
So good. As expected the summit was very interesting, taking into account the current situation and providing projections for the industry.