Under the auspices of the federal government of Nigeria by the ministry of petroleum resources

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5,000

Participants

Including Delegates,Speakers, Exhibitors & Visitors

43

Countries

4,182sqm

Exhibition Space Size

2

Special Presentations

12

Plenary Sessions

6

Technical Workshops

Welcome to Nigeria International Petroleum Summit

20 NOCs & IOCs & 200+ exhibiting companies

HIGH LEVEL SPEAKERS THAT USUALLY SPEAK AT NIPS:

H.E Ben Ayade

Governor, Cross River State

H.E Rotimi Akeredolu

Governor, Ondo State

H.E Seriake Dickson

Governor, Bayelsa State

H.E Akinwunmi Ambode

Governor, Lagos State

Dr. Omar Farouk Ibrahim

OPEC Governor for Nigeria

H.E Bechir Madet

Minister of Petroleum & Energy of Republic of Chad

H.E Ambassador W. Stuart Symington

United States Ambassador to Nigeria

Dr. Sun Xiansheng

Secretary –General, International Energy Forum (IEF)

Paul Mervin

Chairman, Brevity Anderson Consultants

Jean-Marc Thystère Tchicaya

Minister of Hydrocarbons, Republic of the Congo

Diakaria Koulibay

Minister of Hydrocarbons, Republic of Guinea

Carri Lockhart

SVP Portfolio and Partner Operated Development and Production International Equinor

Emmanuel Ihenacho

Chairman, Integrated Oil & Gas Limited

Huub Stokman

Chief Executive Officer, OVH Energy

Olalekan Akinyanmi

Chief Executive Officer, Lekoil

Azhari A. Abdalla

Minister of Petroleum, Sudan

Gabriel Mbaga Obiong Lima

Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons Republic of Equatorial Guinea

Ahmadu-Kida Musa

Deputy Managing Director, Deep Water Asset Total E&P Nigeria Limited

Dayo Adeshina

Programme Manager, National LPG Expansion

Ifeanyi Nwagbogu

Group Managing Director, Schlumberger Nigeria

Chidi K. C. Izuwah Snr

Ag. Director General/CEO, THE PRESIDENCY Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission

Bayo Ojulari

Managing Director, Shell Nigeria Exploration & Production Co. Ltd (SNEPCo)/GM, Deepwater, Shell Nigeria

Ademola Adeyemi Bero

Chairman, Independent Petroleum Producers’ Group Nigeria

Dakuku Peterside

Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)

M. Gaya Mahaman Laouan

Secretary-General, African Petroleum Producers Organisation (APPO)

Foumakoye Gado

Minister of Petroleum, Republic of Niger

Abdul Rasaz Isa

Chairman/Managing Director, WalterSmithPetroman Oil Limited

Tony Attah

Managing Director, Nigeria LNG Limited

Bank-Anthony Okoroafor

Chairman, Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN)

Eddy Van Den Broeke

Chairman, Greenville Oil & Gas Co. Ltd

Ostein Olorunsola

Chairman, Energy Institute Nigeria Branch

Magda Chambriand

Former CEO, National Agency of Petroleum Natural Gas and Biofuels Government of Brazil

Mario Lagunes

Country Manager Nigeria, (TechnipFMC)

Mallam Muhammad Musa Bello

Honourable Minister FCT

Lorenzo Fiorillo

Vice Chairman/Managing Director, NAOC/NAE/AENR  

Paul McGrath

Chairman OPTS/Chairman / Managing Director, ExxonMobil Nigeria

Osagie Okunbor

Managing Director, Shell Petroleum Development Company Nigeria Limited (SPDC) / Country Chair, Shell Companies in Nigeria

Nicholas Terraz

Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Total E&P Nigeria Limited

Jeffrey Ewing

Chairman/Managing Director, Chevron Nigeria

Jens FrolichHolte

State Secretary, (International Development) Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway

Peter Costello

Vice President (VP), Shell Nigeria and Gabon

Mordecai Ladan

Director, Department of Petroleum Resources

H.E. Muhammadu Buhari GCFR

President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

FolashadeOmolaraYemi-Esan

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria

Emmanuel IbeKachikwu

Former Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Nigeria

Dr. Maikanti K. Baru

Former Group Managing Director (GMD), Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation  

SimbiWabote

Executive Secretary/Chief Executive, Nigeria Content Development & Management Board

Attend Nigeria International Petroleum Summit

The Nigeria International Petroleum Summit is the official Federal Government organised event, designed to create a unique platform for the world to meet Nigeria’s Oil and Gas industry players. N.I.P.S. 2020 will feature:

Meetings between key Nigerian political decision-makers, government officials as well as directors and specialists from the Ministry, NNPC and other relevant governmental bodies on the one part and Directors of National &International companies, multinational and multilateral organizations, the academia and other relevant stakeholders, etc on the other;

An international exhibition of economic operators, national and international companies and potential investors coming together to present new technologies and know-how in the petroleum sector.

Event overview

Networking

N.I.P.S. 2020 promises the year’s most strategic opportunity to network with both industry peers and key decision makers. There will be a host of networking events, including side meetings, gala dinners, cultural nights, luncheons and coffee breaks throughout the summit.

Government

The Nigeria International Petroleum Summit is a project of the Federal Government of Nigeria. Its structure and organization received the approval of the Federal Executive Council and has the highest level of government backing and endorsement. Organised in the true spirit of a PPP, N.I.P.S. creates the platform for Nigeria to help galvanize Africa’s response to global Oil and Gas Challenges.

Exhibition

In N.I.P.S. 2018, 4,182Sqm of exhibition space offered was fully booked with 30% of that already pre-booked within two weeks of the event close. In 2019, organizers are making available 8,000sqm of exhibition space to accommodate the expected surge in booking requests… The exhibition will allow companies to demonstrate their latest technologies and market their goods and services directly to decision makers.

Conference

N.I.P.S. offers several must attend highly interactive plenary sessions focusing not just on emerging challenges, but opportunities in times of transformational industry shift… There are also free Technical Workshops, targeted at students, Oil & Gas technicians, procurement officers as well as attendees looking to discuss the latest technology on display.

What’s on?

N.I.P.S. goes beyond just Oil and Gas. The event provides a unique opportunity for delegates to experience true Nigerian culture. Over the years, we have hosted top entertainment acts during our evening functions and we continue to organise many side cultural shows that allow our guests experience the best of Nigeria.

Sponsorship

Over the years, our clients have used the platform of the Nigeria International Petroleum Summit to maximise their visibility at the event in a cost effective manner. Sponsoring N.I.P.S. remains the most assured way for our clients to demonstrate their continued support for the Nigerian and indeed African Petroleum Sector. Please contact us today for additional details.

N.I.P.S. 2019 Coverage

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Day 1 highlight of NIPS 2019

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Highlight of NIPS 2019

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Minister’s commendation speech

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Highlight of NIPS 2018

Testimonials

“I welcome you all to the 1st edition of the Nigeria International Petroleum Summit;African Technology and Business Conference. Nigeria has realised a major milestone in the organisation of the very first of the International Petroleum Summit.

I congratulate the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, for the feat of organising this summit. This summit is significant for various reasons, as it has the full backing of the Federal Government of Nigeria and it represents our contribution to the quest for a sustainable platform for global industry players to come to Africa in the interest of the Oil and Gas industry.

It gladdens our hearts that you are here in large numbers. The summit is designed to be Africa’s largest and most important industry platform and linkage to the world where engineering and technological breakthroughs, bid rounds and major contract signing and side conferences will meet with other developmental and economic diversification initiatives.

I am pleased that this summit is targeted at an inclusive audience. Nigeria’s worthy presence in the petroleum sphere demands that this summit occurs regularly and should extend beyond our hydrocarbons…”

 

H.E. Muhammadu Buhari GCFR

President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria