on Energy and Oil in Africa
March 7 & 8, 2023
at King Fahd in Dakar
the oldest energy, oil and gas event in Senegal
The Senegalese Association for the Development of Energy in Africa (ASDEA) and the Association for the Development of Energy in Africa (ADEA) with the collaboration of Bestcap organized on 11, 12 and 13 June 2019 in Dakar the International Exhibition of Energy and Oil in Africa. This exhibition was a great success with more than 250 participants (see website: energy-for-africa )
After two years where we had to cancel our face-to-face exhibition because of the pandemic and replace it in 2020 by two webinars widely attended and in 2021 by the Oil and Energy Conference in Africa which was a good success, we resume the SIEPA in person. The SIEPA 2023 is realized in cooperation with the Ministry of Oil and Energy.
Each year, SIEPA reviews the energy situation in Africa, the development of oil and gas projects, the situation of refining and distribution of petroleum products, the development of electricity, whether thermal projects (gas in particular) or the development of renewable energy (hydro, solar, wind). New energies (biogas, hydrogen) will also be on the agenda.
See you in Dakar on March 7 and 8
An event that covers the oil, gas, electricity and renewable sectors
A two-day conference that will deal with all aspects of energy, with panels and workshops covering all aspects of the above-mentioned sectors.
An exhibition fostering contacts and networking
A two-day trade show that will allow you to promote your products and services to the private and public sectors in Senegal and neighbouring countries.
Lunches, cocktail dinners and gala dinners, creating an environment conducive to networking and further business development.
What happened at SIEPA in 2019
"SIEPA 2019 was an extraordinary meeting platform bringing together all the players in the energy sector (administrations, ministries, public and private companies, consultants, experts, professors and students). The event highlighted the dynamism of the sector, supported of course by the development of oil and gas projects, but also by major advances in the electricity sector, and on highlighting innovative CSR models to enable people to make full use of resources".
SIEPA Gallery 2019
MAIN ENERGY DEVELOPMENTS IN SENEGAL AND AFRICA
Demand for petroleum products is growing rapidly in Africa and requires adaptations and developments in refining.
The increase in electricity production capacity and networks makes it possible to envisage, in the long term, almost universal access to electricity.
Sangomar's crude oil production will be just over 120,000 barrels per day starting in 2023.
The Grand Tortue Ahmeyim field between Senegal and Mauritania will produce around 2.5 million tonnes of LNG from 2022 and around 10 million tonnes a few years later.
The Association for the Development of Energy in Africa (ADEA), based in Paris, is dedicated to the study and research on energy issues in Africa and determining the actions to be implemented to develop energy production and consumption at costs compatible with the standard of living of the populations.
The Senegalese Association for the Development of Energy in Africa (ASDEA) was created on 14 March 2007. ASDEA aims to be a space for reflection, critical analysis and proposals for solutions to energy development issues...