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August, 11th 2020

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African Oil and Gas Masterclass

Oil and Gas Jan. 1, 2016 2 days


Africa is one of the most exciting regions on the planet in terms of natural resources and potential and is often hailed as the true last frontier for oil and gas exploration. Currently the continent supplies 12% of the world’s oil and its untapped reserves estimated at 8% of the world’s proven reserves. 

To enquire about dates and locations please get in touch.

What will you learn?

This training course will allow you to learn about the latest opportunities, exploration developments and downstream projects and is relevant for participants in the African oil and gas industry. Define your company’s corporate development, strategy and investment in the African market.

Who should attend?

  • Non-technical people within exploration, production, refining and service companies
  • New entrants as well as senior managers who need an up to date market perspective and comprehensive refresher
  • Professional advisors and suppliers to the industry


The African Oil & Gas masterclass is held in various locations around the world. To find out where the next course will be held, or to suggest a location, please get in touch with a member of the team.

What do you get on a Masterclass?

  • 2 days on intense executive level training
  • Detailed course handbook with all the course materials
  • Networking opportunities with your fellow trainers and delegates
  • Practical skills to take back to your desk

African Oil and Gas Masterclass Jan. 1, 2016

Rick Stouffer, Editor, Kallanish Energy

Oil and Gas

I've joined the company as North America Energy Editor for KallanishEnergy. I have been covering energy-related topics for more than two decades, with an emphasis on oiland natural gas in the last 10 years. I was one of the first journalists to cover what has become one of the biggest energy stories in the last 30 years: the Marcellus Shale play in the U.S.’s Appalachian Basin. During my career, I also have covered the coal, nuclear and renewable energy industries for business publications, weekly business and daily newspapers, and Internet-only publications. I'm based in the center of the Marcellus Shale play: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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