The annual NLPGA Conference and Exhibition is the foremost stakeholder forum for Nigeria’s LPG industry. The conference aims to bring fresh ideas about the technology and business of LPG to the fore, and provides the platform for stakeholders to deliberate on key issues affecting the industry. It is recognized as a key agenda setter for engagement by parties in government, business, policy, and industry-related operations.
The sixth NLPGA Conference has the theme: The LPG Revolution- the Beginning. The conference will focus on the use of LPG in such areas as domestic power generation, autogas and industrial application. Over 500 delegates and non-delegates, speakers, exhibitors and special guests are expected to attend and take advantage of the opportunity the event presents to engage in high-level networking, business match-making and learning.
Participants will get the chance to meet experts and influencers face to face, network with senior decision makers, and learn about key developments in the global LPG industry. Exhibitors will also showcase their products and services to an influential audience, and increase the public’s awareness of their organization’s products and services.
Speakers at this year’s conference include Alison Abbot (Communications Director, World LPG Association), Nikki Brown (Director, Cavagna Group, UK), Mrs. Nkechi Obi (Founder and Executive Vice-Chairman, Techno Oil Limited), and Peter Cameron (Founder and Managing Director, Energy Markets Global Limited). Special guests expected to attend the conference also includes ministers, governors and top public functionaries.Other important details regarding the NLPGA Conference and Exhibition are given below: Date: Thursday December 1, 2016 Venue: Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. Time: 8:00AM-5:00PM.
The registration fee for delegates is ₦25,000; non-delegates will pay a sum of ₦35,000 to attend. Persons interested in registering online can access the registration page by clicking here.
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