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dmg events Announces New Dates for NOG Energy Week 2024


By Ndubuisi Micheal Obineme

dmg events have officially announced the date of NOG Energy Week 2024, the most anticipated energy industry event of the year in West Africa.

NOG Energy Week 2024 will hold from 30th June to 4th July 2024 at International Conference Centre in Abuja, Nigeria. The event provides a week of insightful discussions, networking, and collaboration in the Nigerian energy, oil, and gas industry.

At NOG Energy Week, delegates, exhibitors, sponsors, and industry stakeholders signed new deals, announced contracts, and made commitments to collaborate going forward.

Wemimo Oyelana. Country Director dmg Nigeria Events commented, “We are pleased to organize this historic edition of NOG Energy Week. The past editions of NOG were centered on policy implementation for a competitive Nigerian energy sector. The NOG strategic conference addresses the future of the Nigerian energy sector amidst the political changes and energy transition narrative. The takeaways from this year’s event will be used as the basis and development for NOG Energy Week 2024”.

Building on that foundation, the 23rd edition of NOG Energy Week promises to be bigger and better, featuring multiple conference streams, an international large-scale exhibition, technical seminars, and exclusive networking opportunities.

For 20 years, the NOG Energy Week has been providing a platform for Presidents, Ministers, heads of Government Agencies, and the C-suit of the private energy sector to discuss policy plans, upcoming projects, and solutions to current challenges in the industry.

NOG Energy Week annually welcomes more than 6000 senior-level conference delegates, over 85 international speakers and 350 exhibiting companies, and 4,500 exhibition visitors.

The 2023 Sponsors of the NOG Energy Week Conference and Exhibition include NNPC, IPPG, Nigeria LNG Limited, Tetracore, Oando, ND Western, UTM FLNG, NCDMB, TotalEnergies, Shell, Chevron, NUPRC, ExxonMobil, Amazon Energy, Coleman Cables, and many others.

For more information about the event, please visit – www.nogenergyweek.com

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