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The pan-African collaboration hub to unite and develop the LPG industry

LPG continues to be a cleaner, safer and more sustainable option for fuel and heat in Africa. With new facilities and commissioned projects on the horizon addressing supply questions, many are waiting to see if current infrastructure, logistics and handling will be able to meet new uptake demands. 

Join Argus Africa LPG on 14-15 March in Cape Town to support LPG suppliers, traders, marketing and distribution companies, governments and regulators in shaping the industry and the economic development of Africa.

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Highlights in 2018

  • Dedicated Networking sessions: Speed Networking, Networking Dinner, Networking Drinks Receptions
  • New African Regional Patisserie Roundtables: We know that every country has their challenges, many of which can be supported and even eliminated through collaboration and information sharing
  • Enhanced Learning Opportunities by attending our Infrastructure and Storage Workshop and our Logistics and Handling Workshop
  • Attendees and an agenda representing West, North, South, Central and East Africa alongside global representation.

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2018 confirmed speakers include:


  • Maqubela Tseliso, Deputy Director General: Petroleum and Petroleum Product Regulations, Department of Energy, South Africa
  • Zayyanu Tambari Yabo, Gas Division, Department of Petroleum Resources, Nigeria
  • Abel Mungai Mathaga, LPG Bulk Sales Manager, Total
  • James Grobler, Managing Director, Cengas
  • Hassan Tampuli, Chief Executive, National Petroleum Authority, Ghana
  • Abdullahi Bayero, DM LPG Sales, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
  • Michael Kelly, Deputy Managing Director, WLPGA
  • George Amoako-Adjei, Commercial Director, Ghana National Gas Company
  • Ronald Ndoro, Operations Director, Kensys Gas, and Interim President, Zimbabwe Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association
  • Abdul-Kadir K Ahmed, Marketing and Development Manager, Nigeria LNG
  • Clara Mwoyofiri, Energy Development Officer, Energy and Power Development Ministry, Zimbabwe
  • Taiwo Adepoju, Head, Special Projects, Pinnacle Oil and Gas
  • Nkechi Obi, Executive Vice-Chairman, Techno Oil
  • Julio Mamadu Balde, Secretary General, Agency for Management and Co-operation between Senegal and Guinea-Bissau
  • Samson Muumba, Chief Executive, First Icon Energy, and Chairman, Africa LPG Association
  • Benoit Araman, Managing Director, Oryx Oil South Africa
  • Akin Akinfemiwa, Group Chief Executive, Forte Oil
  • Emmanuel Mangeni, Director, Ultimate Gas Professionals

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If you have any questions about about Argus Africa LPG 2018, please contact us on:

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email icon lpgconf@argusmedia.com

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“A great conference, both the agenda and the setting. Thank you to Argus for taking the initiative. See you next year.
Gambetta Nacro, Director General, DG SONABHY

“The conference was an eye opener for me and an excellent opportunity to network with players in LPG. Hope to attend the next conference.
Andrew Guri, Engineer, Petroleum Infrastructure, Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority

“Good networking, great coverage about many different African countries.
Jerome Ryu, Trader, SK Gas

“Very good content, all the presentations were interesting so excellent choice of speakers.
Alison Abbot, Communications Director, WLPGA

“My objective to meet prospective clients was fulfilled!
Rishad Khan, Managing Director, Fluor Igoda

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