Luanda – Entrepreneurs and specialists will attend next November an international conference on technology in petroleum industry aimed at strengthening the presence of women and young people in the oil industry and identifying business opportunities in the area.

The second event of its kind, to be held between the 23rd and the 25th, will also promote greater interaction between national and foreign companies in the oil sector operating in the country.

Sponsored by the Association of Service Providers in the Oil Industry of Angola (AECIPA), the event will also address pressing issues of the oil and energy industries, with a view to encouraging the strengthening of the value creation chain in the country..

Sharing of knowledge, information and business experiences is another purpose of the conference.

The event will be preceded by four webinars, starting on the 26th of this month.

“The presence of Angolan companies will represent the core of the ‘AOTC’ 2021 programme, following the Presidential Decree 271/20, of October 2020, which approves the new legal framework for the participation of local entities in the Angolan oil industry”, according to a press release from the organisation.

According to the document that Angop had access to Monday, the conference is part of the “Energy in Angola” series programme, launched in December 2020, and established by AECIPA as a platform for sharing knowledge, information and objective solutions for companies in the sector.


Source: Angola Press News Agency


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