The strategic forum this year will focus on the next phase of developing Iraq’s oil and gas resources; the current and future upstream opportunities and tenders.
The conference programme is developed around highlighting Iraq’s huge potential that could reshape the global energy scene and the massive business opportunities arising in the Iraqi oil and gas sector, furthermore the agenda will assess the significance of the proposed fourth oil and gas licence.
The Nigeria Economic Forum 2011 will highlight Nigeria’s economic prospects over the next decade and investment opportunities for one of Africa’s key markets. Speakers will address critical projects, strategies and challenges across Nigeria’s industries, and focus on the fast-growing trade/investment relationships between the continent’s two giant economic powers - South Africa and Nigeria.
Nigeria is a top investment destination for companies and venture capital looking for placement in Africa’s fast-growth emerging markets. The continent’s largest oil producer, Nigeria also hosts a fast-growing non-oil set of growing industries, driven by expanding consumer markets and rising demand for new goods and services.
The conference and exhibition attract a global audience of engineers, technical specialists, industry leaders and experts to share ideas and debate the issues of the moment in the upstream industry.
The event, held every four years, is one of the most important events in the mining sector of the Asia Pacific area. The Australian mining industry represents the most important sector of the economy and it is the world leader in the field of mining, technology, equipment, and solutions. With about 520 exhibitors from 17 countries and an audience of nearly 12,400 operators from 38 countries, AIMEX represents an opportunity for international companies to get in touch with the Australian market and in the Asian Pacific.