Maputo, Mozambique

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REGIONAL CO-OPERATION
 
 
PROMOTING
 
ENERGY & INFRASTRUCTURE

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Southern Africa Energy & Infrastructure Summit, 4-6 May 2016

in Maputo, Mozambique

Hastening the Pace of Investment in Southern Africa’s Energy Sector

For the last 23 years, EnergyNet has worked closely with the governments and pivotal stakeholders of Mozambique, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Madagascar, Mauritius, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zambia, and Malawi.

EnergyNet were delighted to welcome so many of you to our inaugural Southern Africa Energy and Infrastructure Summit(SAEIS), which was held early this month in the historical Polana Serena hotel in Maputo, Mozambique.  

Considering that this was a launch event, I was enthused by the strong turn-out from both southern African nations and the global energy and infrastructure communities.  It was evident as I traversed the venue during the conference that many of you were busy networking, exchanging cards, ideas and project plans.  The opportunities within the SADC region are vast, and I am delighted that we continue to highlight key investment projects set to re-define southern Africa’s future.

I must personally thank all of our excellent speakers, but most importantly, heartfelt thanks to his Excellency the Minister for Energy, H.E. Hon Samuel Undenge, who spent the entire conference with us and gave us a wonderful insight into the energy investment opportunities in Zimbabwe.  I would also like to personally thank Midal Cables, who supported us throughout the process of organising this exciting regional event.  Special thanks to the African Forum for Utility Regulators who held their first roundtable ‘Development Guideline for Renewable Energy Technology for Rural Areas of Africa’ in conjunction with EnergyNet at the Southern Africa Energy and Infrastructure Summit.  The roundtable discussion was extremely well attended and their report will be made available to you in the coming weeks.  Special thanks also to all of our sponsors and sponsor partners for this year’s SAEIS, without whom, this meeting would not have been possible.

The main objective for this summit was to celebrate regional co-operation and to explore practical solutions geared at increasing investor appetite.  I believe this was achieved from the wonderful feedback that we received (which you can see throughout this report) and strongly believe that together we have laid firm foundations for next year’s Southern Africa Energy and Infrastructure Summit, which will continue the conversation of further developing regional integration to enable increased investment into southern Africa.

Once again, I wish to extend my sincerest thanks to you all for participating and I look forward to seeing you at next year's meeting, if not before!

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Speakers

To find out about speaking opportunities at the 2017 meeting, please send an email to veronica@energynet.co.uk
 
Distinguished Speakers Include:
 

H.E. Hon Rodolphe Ramanantsoa
H.E. Hon Rodolphe Ramanantsoa
Minister of Energy and Hydrocarbons
Ministry of Madagascar
H.E. Hon. Samuel Undenge
H.E. Hon. Samuel Undenge
Minister of Energy and Power Development, Zimbabwe

H.E. Hon. Senator Jabulile Mashwama
H.E. Hon. Senator Jabulile Mashwama
Minister of Natural Resources and Energy
Kingdom of Swaziland
H.E. Hon Tina Joemat-Pettersson
H.E. Hon Tina Joemat-Pettersson
Minister of Energy, South Africa

Petrus Maduna Ngobeni
Petrus Maduna Ngobeni
Principal Energy Officer, IPP Office
Department of Energy, South Africa
Lena Mangondo
Lena Mangondo
Head of Legal, IPP Office, Department of Energy, South Africa

Fernando Balderrama
Fernando Balderrama
Investment Officer
African Development Bank
Phil Outram
Phil Outram
DESA Infrastructure Adviser
Department for International Development
Moses Ntlamelle
Moses Ntlamelle
Senior Programme Officer, Energy
SADC Secretariat
Mosad Elmissiry
Mosad Elmissiry
Energy Expert
NEPAD
Alison Chikova
Alison Chikova
Acting Coordination Centre Manager
Southern Africa Power Pool
Mr Omar Vajeth
Mr Omar Vajeth
Head - SAPP Project Advisory Unit
Southern Africa Power Pool
Dr Ester Mpandi Khosa
Dr Ester Mpandi Khosa
Board Chairperson
Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority
Paseka Nku
Paseka Nku
Acting CEO
National Energy Regulator of South Africa
Mr Shamshir Mukoon
Mr Shamshir Mukoon
Production Manager
Central Electricity Board, Mauritius
Meshack Kunene
Meshack Kunene
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Swaziland Electricity Company (SEC)
John Kandalu
John Kandalu
Chief Executive Officer
ESCOM, Malawi
Isaias Rabeca
Isaias Rabeca
Executive Board Member
EDM
Eric Mbala
Eric Mbala
Director General
Société Nationale d'Electricité, DRC
Euclides de Brito
Euclides de Brito
Member of the Board
PRODEL, Angola
Bruno Kapandji
Bruno Kapandji
Former Minister of Energy and Current Head Inga III Project
Democratic Republic of Congo
Guiherme Luis Mavilia
Guiherme Luis Mavilia
Chairman and CEO
CENLEC, Mozambique
Butler Asimbuyu Sitali
Butler Asimbuyu Sitali
, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
the Energy Regulation Board, Zambia
Vusumuzi Mkhumane
Vusumuzi Mkhumane
Chief Executive Officer, Swaziland Energy Regulatory Authority (SERA), Swaziland

John Lotz
John Lotz
Head of Africa Development
Group5
Marcel Bruhwiler
Marcel Bruhwiler
Principal Investment Officer
IFC
Jonathan Hoffman
Jonathan Hoffman
Senior Business Development Director
Globeleq
Camilla Helgo Fossberg
Camilla Helgo Fossberg
Counsellor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway

Marcos Camargo
Marcos Camargo
Infrastructure Director
Odebrecht Infrastructure
Brett Botha
Brett Botha
Director
Eaglestone Advisory
Kieran Whyte
Kieran Whyte
Senior Partner
Baker McKenzie
John Smelcer
John Smelcer
Director, Oil & Gas Sector Group Head
Webber Wentzel
Veronique Stolz
Veronique Stolz
Project Manager
GIZ
Georg Baecker
Georg Baecker
Senior Manager Strategy & Operations
PwC
Terence Govender
Terence Govender
Vice President for Development, Africa
Solar Reserve
Ntlai Mosiah
Ntlai Mosiah
Head: Power & Infrastructure SA in Client Coverage
Standard Bank
H.E. Hon Max Tonela
H.E. Hon Max Tonela
Minister of Industry
Ministry of Industry Mozambique
Pascoal Bacela
Pascoal Bacela
National Director of Energy, Ministry of Energy, Mozambique

Karen Breytenbach
Karen Breytenbach
Head of IPP Office
Department of Energy, South Africa
Jose Benitez
Jose Benitez
Vice President for Engineering and Business Development
SoEnergy International
Phil Outram
Phil Outram
DESA Infrastructure Adviser
Department for International Development
Peter Ballinger
Peter Ballinger
Director, U.A.-African Clean Energy Development and Finance Center
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Brent Hampton
Brent Hampton
Director for Power and Gas Middle East Africa
Lafarge Holcim
Mike Peo
Mike Peo
Head: Infrastructure, Energy and Telecommunications
Nedbank
Martin Kalter
Martin Kalter
Vice President Sales Sub-Sahara Africa
Man Diesel& Turbo (S.A.)
Leopoldo de Amaral
Leopoldo de Amaral
Partner
SAL & Caldeira
Hamid Al Zayani
Hamid Al Zayani
Managing Director
Midal Cables
Rashid Al Zayani
Rashid Al Zayani
Director
Midal Cables
 Taiwo Adeniji
Taiwo Adeniji
Senior Director, Investments Group
Africa Finance Corporation
Moe Shaik
Moe Shaik
General Executive: International Finance
DBSA
Mirlan Aldayarov
Mirlan Aldayarov
Senior Energy Specialist, Energy & Extractives Global Practice
The World Bank
Kescel Kaehaizi
Kescel Kaehaizi
Permanent Secretary
Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, Malawi
Antonio Saide
Antonio Saide
Chief Executive Officer, FUNAE, Fundo de Energia, (Energy Fund)
Ministry of Energy, Mozambique
John Kandalu
John Kandalu
Chief Executive Officer
ESCOM, Malawi
Kribs Govender
Kribs Govender
Vice President Business Development: Power & Gas Corporate Finance & Business Development
Sasol
Isaias Rabeca
Isaias Rabeca
Executive Board Member
EDM
Tassos Christakis
Tassos Christakis
Head of Africa Business and Project development
Solar Century

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Agenda

Agenda and Post Show Report 2016 available under request.

For more information about the full programme or speaking opportunities at Southern Africa Energy & Infrastructure Summit 2016, please contact Veronica Bolton-Smith on veronica@energynet.co.uk

 

Location

ENERGYNET WELCOMES YOU TO THE FABOULOUS POLANA SERENA HOTEL IN MOZAMBIQUE

The Summit took place in the Polana Serena Hotel from the 4th to 6th May. 

Long considered one of the Africa's finest hotels, the Polana Serena is only 15 minutes' drive from Mozambique International Airport and 5 minutes from the City Center.

The hotel offers 142 rooms, many of which are spacious suites, a choice of three restaurants (the all-day dining Varanda Restaurant, the Delagoa fine-dining experience in the French style; the Aquarius Sushi Bar, and the Polana Bar), the 'Maisha' Mind Body ans Spirit Health Club and Spa, a stunning swimming pool, extensive gardens, an exclusive residents' lounge, a business center, a beauty salon and three gift shops.

For more information please contact: patricia.carbonell@energynet.co.uk

Address: 1380 Av. Julius Nyerere, Maputo 00100, Mozambique 

Phone:+258 21 241 700

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Sponsors

NEDBANK Capital

Strategic Sponsor

Nedbank CIB is the Corporate and Investment banking division of the Nedbank Group, one of the four largest banking groups in South Africa. Covering the full spectrum of corporate and investment banking requirements, every solution we offer is characterised by fresh thinking, creative design and a complete understanding of what our clients need to be able to achieve their objectives.
Our dedicated Energy team has successfully concluded numerous corporate and limited recourse financing deals, following a full sector approach within the energy sector, both locally and within Africa. The team has won numerous international awards, has closed a number of landmark African Power deals and is currently the leading funder to the South African government’s Department of Energy’s Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement Programme (REIPPPP).
 
MAN Diesel

Strategic Sponsor

MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, based in Augsburg, Germany, is the world’s leading provider of large-bore diesel engines and turbomachinery. The company employs around 14,500 staff at more than 100 international sites, primarily in Germany, Denmark, France, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, India and China. The company’s product portfolio includes two-stroke and four-stroke engines for marine and stationary applications, turbochargers and propellers as well as gas and steam turbines, compressors and chemical reactors. The range of services and supplies is rounded off by complete solutions like ship propulsion systems, engine-based power plants and turbomachinery trains for the oil & gas as well as the process industries. Customers receive worldwide after-sales services marketed under the MAN PrimeServ brand.

www.dieselturbo.man.eu

SoEnergy International

Strategic Sponsor

Global Provider of Dynamic Energy Solutions

SoEnergy International is a full-service, global provider of power solutions, focused on the utilities, oil & gas and mining industries. We are the only company that provides both permanent and temporary power solutions to meet client’s needs anywhere in the world. We take a highly customized approach and work with diverse types of fuel and equipment that will be most cost-effective for our clients. We have operations throughout Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
 
SoEnergy International provides solutions in the construction of permanent power plants, and both temporary and permanent sales of energy projects, cogeneration, gas compression and large pumping projects for all market sectors.
 
DLA Piper Africa

Strategic Sponsor

DLA Piper is one of the most active law firms in Africa, with a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers working on projects and related financings on the continent. We provide legal services to a broad range of clients, including project sponsors, governments, parastatals, and banking and financial institutions in the power, oil and gas, renewables, telecommunications, mining and infrastructure sectors.
 
In addition to our lawyers in New York, London, Paris, Dubai and Houston who provide a coordinated and experienced approach to achieving our clients’ business objectives in Africa, our firm maintains the DLA Piper Africa Group, an alliance of leading law firms working together across the continent. DLA Piper Africa Group alliance firms are located in Algeria, Botswana, Burundi , Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mauritius, Namibia,  Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia and close working relationships with leading law firms in other countries across the continent.
Midal Cables

Strategic Sponsor

Midal Cables Limited was established in 1977 in Bahrain, to manufacture Aluminum wire Rod and Overhead Electrical Transmission Cables.
 
Since then, the company has developed into a significant player in the Aluminuum wire rod and Electrical Transmission Industry in Bahrain, the GCC and around the world. Manufacturing locations in Bahrain, Turkey, Australia, Saudi Arabia and now most recently in Mozambique have boosted capacity to 435,000MT, making Midal the world’s largest producer of aluminum wire rod.
 
Midal has participated in numerous power transmission and distribution projects, meeting the most stringent technical standards and supply requirements. The company has continued a policy of investment in the most up-to-date Technology at its manufacturing facilities and has put a great emphasis on work force training to ensure technical excellence in its products.
 
Midal Cables International Lda, Mozambique, was established in 2013 with a capacity of 50,000MT per annum to cater to the growing demands of the African market. The plant sources high quality  metal from the adjescent, Mozal smelter and benifits from the latest equipment in the industry as well as the best practices of the Group
 
After 38 Years of Success, Midal Cables Limited is still looking forward to continuous growth and improvement in its business processes. 
 
 
Please visit www.midalcable.com for more details.
Globeleq

Sponsor

Globeleq is a leading developer, owner and operator of electricity generation projects in Africa.  Its experienced team of professionals have built a diverse portfolio of independent power plants,  which generate more than 1,200 MW in 8 locations across 5 countries.  
 
The company has a substantial pipeline of new power projects in development and plans to add 5,000 MW of new power generation in the next 10 years across the continent.  Supported by its shareholders, CDC and Norfund, Globeleq is uniquely positioned to invest in, develop and operate power projects across this region.
 
For more information, please visit www.globeleq.com
 
 
 
SolarCentury

Solarcentury is in business for a purpose: to make a meaningful difference in the fight against climate change. All our customers benefit from our experience in terms of engineering quality, sheer breadth of deployment and absolute commitment to solar. When you choose Solarcentury, you know you’re in very good hands.

Standard Bank

Sponsor

Standard Bank aims to be the leading corporate and investment banking business in, for and across Africa with a deep specialisation in natural resources.  Our differentiator is our long-term commitment to Africa, our home, underpinned by a heritage of 153 years on the continent.

As a leading African emerging markets bank; we have the experience, skills and relationships to assist our clients to negotiate in often challenging and complex financial and regulatory cross-border environments in Africa and beyond. Our specialist teams in Johannesburg, London and Beijing are experienced in securing funding or refinancing of any power and infrastructure transaction, and in structuring solutions that ensure minimal risk and volatility.

As a leading bank in Africa, Standard Bank can advise its clients on transactions, whether from the perspective of an investor, contractor or equipment supplier.

Market Cap (GBP): 13bn
Stock Symbol: SBK
Listed on: Johannesburg Stock Exchange

Website: standardbank.com/CIB

BCI

Sponsor

Banco Comercial e de Investimentos (BCI) started its operations in January 1996, when a group of mainly Mozambican investors decided to form AJM – Banco de Investimentos. The bank changed its name in June of the same year to Banco Comercial e de Investimentos, SARL, while continuing to gear its operations to the investment banking area. 
 
BCI readjusted its market approach in 2008. Although continuing to concentrate on investment banking, it has committed strongly to retail operations in an endeavour to reach out to all Mozambican citizens. Following very strong growth, it currently operates across the country as a whole with more than 165 branch offices. 
 
OUR MISSION
To actively contribute to Mozambique’s economic and social development, creating value and satisfying customers, shareholders, employees, partners and the community in general, in a socially responsible and sustainable manner.
 
OUR VISION
To be a bank of Mozambican culture and a financial system benchmark in Sub-Saharan Africa  as regards the application of best practice, competitiveness, innovation and quality of service, aiming to achieve the leadership of the domestic market.
 

Partners

AFUR

Summit partner

AFUR is regarded as a key building block in the efforts of the African Union and its socio- economic programme, the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) in the integration and rebirth of Africa. AFUR’s vision and objectives are derived from Clause 110 of the NEPAD Framework Document, which recognises the establishment of the African Forum for Utility Regulation and regional regulatory associations. AFUR was formally established in November 2002 and a Memorandum of Understanding was signed with NPCA in 2011.
 
The African Forum for Utility Regulators (AFUR) focuses on issues related to the regulation of energy, telecommunications, transport, and water & sanitation industries, with a particular emphasis on issues that are common across sectors (but not necessarily limited to the primary focus sectors).It aims to establish and foster co-operation amongst utility regulators on the African continent in support of Africa's growth and socio-economic development.
MCLI

Association partner

MCLI was established in 2004 by infrastructure investors, users and service providers on the Maputo Corridor to address constraints hindering freight movement and to market the viability of the corridor for regional trade. Its partnership of public and private sector members and proactive role has resulted in visibility, credibility and acknowledgement as a model corridor management institution.

Resulting from investment in key infrastructure, the corridor has been a powerful instrument of regional and economic integration; with over $5billion invested in the region since its inception, resultant capital flow has provided sustained economic growth on the corridor in recent years.

Inherent to MCLI’s success is its leveraging of relationships at the highest level to pursue its vision of a cost effective, reliable logistics route.

SAAEA

Association partner

The Southern African Alternative Energy Association (SAAEA) represents and actively promotes Renewable Alternative Energy Solutions in our region. Its focus is the whole industry, rather than sector.
 
Wind, Solar, Biomas, Biogas, Bio Fuels, Green Products, Energy Saving, Alternative Energy, Energy from Waste, Fuel Cell Technologies etc.
 
Please visit: www.saaea.org
Southern African Customs Union

Association partner

As the world`s oldest custom union, the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) dates back to the 1889 Customs Union Convention between the British Colony of Cape of Good Hope and the Orange Free State Boer Republic. A new Agreement, signed on June 29, 1910, was extended to the Union of South Africa and the British High Commission Territories (HCTs), i.e. Basutoland (Lesotho), Bechuanaland (Botswana), and Swaziland, South West Africa (Namibia) "was a defacto member, since it was administered as part of South Africa" before it became a dejure member. The primary goal was to promote economic development through regional coordination of trade.

African Sustainable Energy Association

Association partner

African Sustainable Energy Association represents and actively promotes Renewable Energy Solutions in the Africa. They focus on Wind, Solar, Biomas, Biogas, Bio Fuels, Green Products, Energy Saving, Alternative Energy, Energy from Waste, Fuel Cell Technologies etc.
 
The mission for AFSEA is to provide great insight into the African Sustainable Energy market by bringing companies from around the world together so they may prosper and gain the knowledge needed to expedite the implementation of renewable energy as a significant source of energy.
Club Of Mozambique

Media partner

The Club of Mozambique website is as an entryway into Mozambique for prospective investors, businesspersons, donors, and tourists that provide an information portal on the many opportunities and activities that Mozambique has to offer. The website also contains in depth information on Club of Mozambique services, including The Investor (free newsletter) edited on a weekly basis in English. It also provides a daily news section covering areas such as Social Development, Culture, Business, Investment Opportunities, Politics and Tourism in Mozambique.

African Business Central

Media partner

Media partner

African Business Central (ABC) is an online magazine showcasing curated and original news on African Business, primarily, and all things Africa, in general.

ABC’s core values are based on the notion that business, in general, and entrepreneurship, in particular, is the surest path to Africa’s socio-economic progress. The goal of ABC is to be a hub for comprehensive, high-quality, and timely coverage of all things business in Africa.

For more information, please visit http://www.africanbusinesscentral.com/

Alternative Energy Africa

Media partner

 
Media partner 
 
Alternative Energy Africa is the continent’s first magazine dedicated to literally filling the energy information gap in Africa.
 
Alternative Energy Africa provides its readers updates on private sector projects, government initiatives, business and investment news, and strategies for a thriving alternative/renewable energy market on the African continent, all of this in addition to global project news and groundbreaking technology coverage. And to complement the magazine, www.AE-Africa.com offers the latest updates between issues making the AEA online and print duo “the premiere source” of alternative and renewable energy news covering the African continent.
 
Visit www.ae-africa.com for more details.
Africa Capital Digest

Media partner

 
Media partner
 
Africa Capital Digest is the leading source of original and curated industry news, comment and opinion for global private capital investors and their advisors who are sourcing, evaluating and executing private equity, infrastructure and venture capital transactions in Africa.  Whether you are looking for ideas for new deals, leads for people and companies to be potential partners, expert market perspective from leading investors and market practitioners or just need to keep abreast of the most important private capital trends and developments on the continent, Africa Capital Digest provides you with the most focused, in-depth original and curated content to help you monitor and assess the private capital investment opportunities Africa offers.
To find out more:
Allan Cunningham
Email: acunningham@africacapitaldigest.com
Web: africacapitaldigest.com
Twitter: @afcdigest
 

 

Africa Investor

Media Partner

Africa investor (Ai) is an Investment Banking oriented Advisory Firm, which also supplies a broad range of investment data, research, broadcast and published content to a growing number of international investors with interests in Africa.

Africa investor Group provides transaction advisory services, strategic research, investment indices and investment communication services, to support its clients investment programmes in Africa. Through its sister organization, Africa Investor Capital (Ai Capital), acts as a principal investor in strategic assets on the continent. 

Operating at the intersect of business, government, international organizations and the media, Africa investor group has a growing network of clients across Africa serviced from regional hub offices in Nairobi, Lagos  and Johannesburg, affiliate offices across the continent and a coordinating office in London. The group offers clients consistent quality of service across each of these territories and additional representation in Cairo, Brussels and Washington.

Construction Review

Media Partner

Construction Review, www.constructionreviewonline.com, is a leading African monthly construction journal for the construction industry.
 
For over 20-years the magazine has enjoyed the readership of architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, interior designers, developers, building specialists, contractors, landscape architects and contractors, real estate agents and investors, property managers, suppliers to the construction industry, government departments and ministries: local authorities, land surveyors, financial institutions, telecommunication companies etc.
The print edition is distributed in over ten Africa countries with the digital version sent monthly to over 200000 readers in our database.
 
Petroleum Africa

Media Partner

Media Partner
 
Petroleum Africa is the world's leading monthly magazine dedicated to providing in-depth upstream and downstream coverage of key issues affecting the fast-paced oil and gas industries of Africa, the last great exploration frontier. Its broad-based coverage and analysis of current activities provides you with the latest news, an African country focus, exclusive interviews, technology updates, company profiles, and essential political reviews from the world's top energy players. 
 
And for daily news from the continent www.petroleumafrica.com offers the latest information as it happens, along with an event calendar, country reports, industry links, and access to Petroleum Africa magazine articles.
 
Africa Outlook

Media Partner

Media partner

Africa Outlook is a digital and print product aimed at boardroom and hands-on decision-makers across a wide range of industries on the continent. This monthly magazine is essential reading for business executives wanting to keep up with the latest in global news affecting African businesses, as well as exclusive, engaging and sharable features generated from their peers. Africa Outlook remit embraces the coverage of key business sectors and sub-sectors including: mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, construction, retail, logistics, finance, healthcare, technology and other professional service areas.

Africa Energy Intelligence

Media Partner

 
Media partner
 
Africa Energy Intelligence offers exclusive news on major players in the oil, gas and electricity sector. Our journalists investigate since 1983 the main partnerships, political and economic strategies of state companies and governments, and financial operations. To know more about us, please visit Africa Energy Intelligence or contact us tel. +33 1 44 88 26 10 / https://www.africaintelligence.com/AEM/
 
Africa Energy Intelligence enquête sur les grands acteurs du pétrole, du gaz et de l’électricité en Afrique. Sa rédaction décrypte depuis 1983 les grandes alliances de ces secteurs, les politiques des sociétés nationales et des Etats, les opérations financières. Pour en savoir plus, visitez notre site ou contactez-nous +33 1 44 88 26 10 / https://www.africaintelligence.com/AEM/
 
The Business Year

Media Partner

 
Media partner 
 
The Business Year (TBY) is a leading research firm and publisher of annual economic resources on national economies. Present in over 25 countries, TBY provides first-hand access to the people and ideas shaping business and policy throughout the world. Each country-specific edition contains a comprehensive range of interviews and analysis, offering an inside look at doing business in the world’s most dynamic economies. TBY’s interviewees, readers, and partners comprise an international network of thought-leaders who are helping to define the future of the global economy.
 
 
African Energy

Media partner

 
Media partner
 
African Energy is a respected source of independent analysis on the continent’s energy industries, produced by Cross-border Information (CbI), a globally recognised business intelligence company with a long established research focus on the politics, energy and financial sector trends of Africa and the Middle East.
 
Through continual monitoring of developments and an extensive network of local sources and on-the-ground experience, African Energy has established itself at the forefront of informed commentary and analysis on this most vital of sectors for the continent’s future.
 
Clients come to us for incisive and informed analysis on the issues, events, people and organisations that affect their businesses and interests.
 
ESI Africa

Media partner

Media partner

ESI Africa is the global leader in disseminating African utility and power market news to more than 50 countries and growing.
We provide over 50,000 professionals with renowned high quality and insightful editorial, equipping them with essential information to drive their own businesses.
By choosing ESI Africa as your medium for lead generation or market consolidation, you have the best route to market through our prized data. No one can equal the data that we have gathered over years of hard work and we provide six unique routes for you to access that data.

For advertising queries please contact Tarryn Bester on +27 21 700 3591.

www.esi-africa.com

 

 

Interfax

Media partner

Interfax Global Energy Services Natural Gas Daily, pdf publication and website www.interfaxenergy.com provides news and analysis on the global natural gas industry, including political, regulatory, and economic issues. Drawing on the resources of parent company, Interfax, the news team delivers exclusive, accurate and up-to-date natural gas intelligence on developments in Russia and the Caspian, as well as all global regions including Europe, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Asia Pacific.
 
Natural Gas Daily content is written by experienced energy journalists as well as local regional experts. The editorial team is committed to delivering the most incisive commentary, and full and accurate coverage of global natural gas and LNG news and events.
Footprint2Africa

Media partner

Since its creation, Footprint2Africa has provided Africa’s and the world’s business leaders with strategic insight and information on investment in Africa; following key stories from government houses to board rooms to the very streets of Africa’s busiest business cities.

Energy Insight

Media partner

 
Media partner
 
Energy Insight delivers news, information, and resources from around the world covering renewable energy including solar, wind, biofuel, geothermal, and hydrokinetic, as well as related technologies such as energy storage, alternative fuel vehicles, and smart grids.  Resources include a listing of renewable energy conferences and expos, a business directory, and a job board.
 
Energy Infrastructure News (EIN Africa)

Media partner

 
Media partner
 
Energy Infrastructure News (EIN Africa), with its maiden offerings of Magazines and Directories (as from 2017), dwelling on a diverse energy sector of Sub Saharan Africa’s vast economic and social landscape, seeks to meet a long felt need for an up-to-the-hour online news source for managers and stakeholders in energy sector. These are meant precisely to disseminate information and knowledge, promote investment & development, share and analyze them, initiate well informed debates, discourses and finally even a forceful advocacy of issues not in the visible agenda of policy frameworks and practices. The final endeavor of the Publications is to create a well-articulated, vibrant platforms and forums that can take a dispassionate view of emerging scenarios in the energy sector in Africa while keeping to the larger interests of all the stakeholders. To start with, limiting to our strengths, the focus sectors will be Power & Energy Investment & Infrastructure development in Sub Saharan Africa
 
In the Energy, Oil & Gas, Power & Electricity sector following are the products now on offer:
Energy Infrastructure News Monthly E-Newsletter
Energy Infrastructure News Quarterly Magazine (as from 2017)
Energy Infrastructure News - Energy Sector Directories (as from 2017)
These are designed precisely to deliver the critical insights and knowledge requirements to help the industry sector players and stakeholders. Our objective is that the sector stakeholders and the global participant in Africa energy sector alike must be made to read the writing on the wall before it is too late and also read between lines as and when situation warrants and all about what is happening in the sector. It boom time for Africa’s Power & Electricity sector!
 
 
Capital Markets In Africa

Media partner

Capital Markets in Africa is the leading “one-stop” platform dedicated to Africa’s fastest-growing financial, capital markets and asset management industry. Capital Markets in Africa aims to support local and International investors,  senior decision makers, institutions, Policy Makers or individuals interested in the African Stock Markets by providing a platform for Analysis, Research, Features and Outlooks, as well as “key Risks and opportunities” available on the African Continent.

The Africa Report

Media partner

The Africa Report: Understand Africa’s tomorrow…today The Africa Report, an award-winning pan-African monthly, provides 450,000 African and international readers with expert analysis of Africa’s fast-changing political and economic landscapes. Calling upon the finest African and international journalists and specialists in African politics, economy, industry and governance, The Africa Report guarantees in-depth, on-the-ground reportage. Investigative, well-informed and close to the vital concerns of the continent, The Africa Report provides a key pan-African resource for investors, executives, academics, diplomats and NGOs. Published by Groupe Jeune Afrique, The Africa Report is produced by a multicultural team in Paris and London and a network of journalists across the continent.

www.theafricareport.com  

Africa Business Insider

Media partner

Africa Business Insider is a new media created to keep you informed about the best business opportunities in Africa.  

The website www.africabusinessinsider.news provides information in English and French about registration dates and procedures to attend key business Forums dedicated to Africa on and off the continent.

Sign up for the newsletter to be updated weekly and get a chance to expand your business.

IMIESA

Media partner

IMIESA promotes the knowledge and practice of infrastructure development, maintenance and service delivery in southern Africa.

  • The magazine contains valuable information for municipal engineers, consulting and civil engineers as well as civil engineering contractors, making it the most important source of business intelligence for the infrastructure market.
  • It also provides essential content for municipal managers and senior public officials involved in all facets of infrastructure development, facilitating better decisions.
Zitamar News

Media partner

Zitamar News provides daily news and analysis on Mozambique aimed at international investors and stakeholders in the Mozambican economy. We are the only English-language provider of daily, original news on Mozambique.

Rhula

Media Partner

Rhula Intelligent Solutions (Rhula) specialises in the provision of intelligence-led risk management services to multinational companies, financial institutions and private clients operating in Africa.

African Independent

Media partner

African Independent is a pioneering multimedia platform that seeks to change the narrative on and about the African continent.

Their strong round the clock online presence ensures that their readers are kept abreast of events on the continent thus giving them the full picture of the Africa, her people, news, economic developments, lifestyle, entertainment and sport. It is the go-to site for people interested in Africa.

Africa Metro

Media partner

AfricaMetro is Africa's premier online news resource, with round-the-clock coverage to bring you local, regional and international news as it happens, when it happens.
 
Our objective is to provide the best service for people to get informed about events happening all over there world, we are not only limited to Africa.
Bloomberg New Energy Finance

Media Partner

Bloomberg New Energy Finance clients have access to the expertise of the largest and best-connected team of analysts in the business. We have 200 specialists in offices around the world who are tracking the latest developments in the clean energy sector for you.
 
Should you need a conference moderator or panelist, a source for a story, or information on a complex energy issue, our experts are available to you. Please contact our Press Officer, Noemi Glickman.
 
For more information, please visit: http://about.bnef.com/
The Southern Times

Media Partner

Media partner 

EXAME

Media Partner

Exame is a Portuguese business magazine established in 1989. The magazine provides business- and finance-related news.

DebtWire

Media Partner

Launched in 2003 by The Mergermarket Group, Debtwire has quickly become a leading publisher of news and information on the distressed debt and leveraged finance markets. The business was acquired by the Financial Times Group in August 2006.

As an independent organization our experienced team, comprising individuals with backgrounds in sales and trading, credit research and financial journalism, generates unbiased and value-added intelligence on fixed income markets for our clients.

African Business

Media Partner

Media partner

African Business Magazine are market leaders in providing country supplements, industry reports and market intelligence on Africa.

Please visit www.africanbusinessmagazine.com

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Please visit: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/african-business/id444090114?mt=8

If you would like to attend as a member of press or are interested in a media partnership for 2017 please contact:

Patricia Carbonell

Senior Marketing Executive

+44 (0) 20 7384 8131

patricia.carbonell@energynet.co.uk

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*Please note the 'Local delegate' pass type is only valid for indigenous organisations with their head office located in Mozambique. Companies wishing to apply for this rate must provide a valid VAT certificate and company registration number. 

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Southern Africa Energy & Infrastructure Summit (PORTUGUÊS)

Por 15 anos, você tem trabalhado estreitamente energynet com os governos centrais e as partes interessadas de Moçambique, Angola, Namíbia, Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, África do Sul, Madagáscar, Maurícias, Zâmbia e Malawi.
 
Esta região vibrante sofreu muitos desenvolvimentos positivos nos últimos anos, tanto em energia e desenvolvimento de infra-estrutura. O progresso na governação, reforço institucional e consolidação democrática são fatores que contribuem para os indicadores positivos que os investidores de longo prazo procuram.
 
Em paralelo com este, a África Austral tem testemunhado Iniciativas Locais privadas-sectorial LED e uma maior participação em projetos interessantes: como a terra da África do Sul quebrar programa REIPPPP - uma iniciativa que será explorado na SAEIS, e como isso pode, potencialmente, ser replicado em uma escala regional mais amplo.
 
Com isto em mente, energynet está animado para o lançamento do inovador África Austral Energia e Infraestrutura Summit (SAEIS) que reunirá Países da SADC da região e além. O desenvolvimento regional é a chave para desbloquear o potencial de investimento de energia da África - É com isso em mente que energynet muito satisfeitos por trazer esses países juntos em Maputo, Moçambique, no coração da África do Sul, de 4 a 6 de maio para a cooperação regional celebrar e promover a energia e projetos de infraestrutura requer que ambos os Private- e do setor público, o apoio para o sucesso.
 
Este evento central tem-se criado para facilitar verdadeiros, investimentos práticos, e alinhar foco regional para permitir Sucessos e energia e do desenvolvimento de infra-estrutura. SAEIS irá fornecer uma plataforma para os investidores de ouvir de um número de figuras-chave dentro da discussão de investimento - incluindo Ministros Africanos de Energia e Infraestrutura, chefes de serviços públicos, promotores de energia, e financiadores.
A Cimeira será suportado pela qual os pontos de discussão fundamental regionais incluem:
• Estados África- O Roteiro
• da África Moçambique "Dubai" na África Austral
• O papel vital de Utilities da África Austral no fornecimento de Rede de Transporte de Estabilidade
• O papel crítico da Gas na África Austral
• Inga III A Desenvolvimento Pivotal de Energia futuro de África
• Infra-estrutura e Energia Financiamento
 
Se você está interessado em falar na Cimeira África Austral Energia e Infra-estrutura pioneira, Entre em contato com Veronica Bolton-Smith, Director Regional, África Oriental e Austral:
veronica@energynet.co.uk  Linha Direta: +44 207 384 8069

Southern Africa Energy & Infrastructure Summit (PORTUGUÊS)

Por 15 anos, você tem trabalhado estreitamente energynet com os governos centrais e as partes interessadas de Moçambique, Angola, Namíbia, Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, África do Sul, Madagáscar, Maurícias, Zâmbia e Malawi.
 
Esta região vibrante sofreu muitos desenvolvimentos positivos nos últimos anos, tanto em energia e desenvolvimento de infra-estrutura. O progresso na governação, reforço institucional e consolidação democrática são fatores que contribuem para os indicadores positivos que os investidores de longo prazo procuram.
 
Em paralelo com este, a África Austral tem testemunhado Iniciativas Locais privadas-sectorial LED e uma maior participação em projetos interessantes: como a terra da África do Sul quebrar programa REIPPPP - uma iniciativa que será explorado na SAEIS, e como isso pode, potencialmente, ser replicado em uma escala regional mais amplo.
 
Com isto em mente, energynet está animado para o lançamento do inovador África Austral Energia e Infraestrutura Summit (SAEIS) que reunirá Países da SADC da região e além. O desenvolvimento regional é a chave para desbloquear o potencial de investimento de energia da África - É com isso em mente que energynet muito satisfeitos por trazer esses países juntos em Maputo, Moçambique, no coração da África do Sul, de 4 a 6 de maio para a cooperação regional celebrar e promover a energia e projetos de infraestrutura requer que ambos os Private- e do setor público, o apoio para o sucesso.
 
Este evento central tem-se criado para facilitar verdadeiros, investimentos práticos, e alinhar foco regional para permitir Sucessos e energia e do desenvolvimento de infra-estrutura. SAEIS irá fornecer uma plataforma para os investidores de ouvir de um número de figuras-chave dentro da discussão de investimento - incluindo Ministros Africanos de Energia e Infraestrutura, chefes de serviços públicos, promotores de energia, e financiadores.
A Cimeira será suportado pela qual os pontos de discussão fundamental regionais incluem:
• Estados África- O Roteiro
• da África Moçambique "Dubai" na África Austral
• O papel vital de Utilities da África Austral no fornecimento de Rede de Transporte de Estabilidade
• O papel crítico da Gas na África Austral
• Inga III A Desenvolvimento Pivotal de Energia futuro de África
• Infra-estrutura e Energia Financiamento
 
Se você está interessado em falar na Cimeira África Austral Energia e Infra-estrutura pioneira, Entre em contato com Veronica Bolton-Smith, Director Regional, África Oriental e Austral:
veronica@energynet.co.uk  Linha Direta: +44 207 384 8069