Uganda set to host the 10th East African Petroleum Conference and Exhibition 2023

The Hon. Minister of Energy and Mineral Development announced that Uganda will host the 10th East African Petroleum Conference and Exhibition 2023, which will be held at the Serena Hotel in Kampala from May 9-11, 2023. Dr. Ruth Nankabirwa Ssentamu, who confirmed that final preparations were underway as Uganda prepares to host the East African Petroleum Conference and Exhibition, provided this information.

The Minister stated, “I take this opportunity to welcome our distinguished guests and participants from all the seven Partner States and beyond to the 10th edition of the East African Petroleum Conference and Exhibition that Uganda will host from 9th to 11th May, 2023 at Serena Hotel in Kampala.” Uganda will host the conference from May 9th through May 11th, 2023.

The 2023 version of the gathering under the subject East Africa as a center point for Interest in Investigation and Double-dealing of Oil Assets for Practical Energy and Financial Turn of events, targets displaying the East African People group as an objective of decision for oil and gas venture chances to upgrade financial change.

Hon. “Uganda is proud and privileged to host the 10th Edition of EAPCE,” Ruth Nankabirwa Ssentamu, a doctor, added.

According to the EAC Secretary General, Hon. Dr. Peter Mathuki, EAPCE’23 is in line with the Community’s overall goal of achieving economic, social, and political integration in order to boost regional competitiveness and wealth creation through increased oil and gas sector production, trade, and investment.

The Secretary General stated, “The Conference will give the Partner States an opportunity to showcase the region’s potential for oil and gas and report on ongoing activities in exploration, development, and production of the two commodities.”

Additionally, the Partner States will present their policy, legal, and regulatory frameworks as well as other initiatives aimed at continuously improving the industry’s enabling and facilitative environment during the conference, the Secretary General stated.

Held biennially starting around 2003, the East African Oil Gatherings have given expanding consciousness of the potential for petrol creation in the area and other significant issues in the petrol area, remembering mechanical headways for investigation, advancement and creation.

The governments and people working in the petroleum industry from all over the world have found the past nine Petroleum Conferences to be extremely useful venues for having discussions.

A wide range of petroleum industry players will give technical presentations and exhibits of high quality to delegates. A pre-conference workshop, as well as field trips to specific locations in each Partner State for delegates to see the region’s numerous tourist attractions and rich geological diversity, are all part of the conference program.

EAPCE’23 will take place at a time when the EAC is putting the EAC Vision 2050 into action. The goal of the energy area improvement under the EAC Vision 2050 is to guarantee feasible, sufficient, reasonable, serious, secure and solid inventory of energy to address territorial issues basically cost. The region wants to change the energy landscape by 2050 so that petroleum products can be efficiently distributed with enough strategic reserves.