The Oil & Gas Year Republic of Congo 2017
Amid a continuing period of low oil prices, the Republic of Congo has modernised its legislation and gone forward with its most important projects. In TOGY’s Republic of Congo 2017 book, key leaders in the industry discuss, among other topics, the passage of the country’s new hydrocarbons code, the final developments of Total E&P Congo’s Moho Nord project, efforts at growing local content and prospects for new exploration and production players and activities.
The book begins with an interview with Minister of Hydrocarbons Jean-Marc Thystère Tchicaya, and features many others interviews of key decision makers in Congo’s oil and gas industry. Pierre Jessua, managing director of Total E&P Congo; Steve Lowden, CEO of NewAge; Louis Hannecart, managing director of Perenco Congo; Xiao Liang Ping, managing director of Wing Wah; Olivier Guinet, general manager at Boscongo SA; Mahaman Laouan Gaya, executive secretary of African Petroleum Producers’ Association; Alain Ludovic Okoï, managing director at ILOGS; and Pierre Bellerose, managing director of Bolloré Transport & Logistics each contribute their own insights to TOGY’s Republic of Congo 2017 book.
The Republic of Congo’s strategic roundtable brought together leading decision makers in Congo’s oil and gas industry from both the public and private sector to discuss the potential impact of the new hydrocarbons code, the development of local content, efforts at monetizing the country’s gas resources and the downstream sector of the country.
As the Republic of Congo develops its infrastructure and establishes a new policy framework to encourage investment, The Oil & Gas Year Republic of Congo 2017 book offers invaluable access to the industry’s top leaders.