Africa Oil & Power turns into energy capital and energy



Africa Oil & Power turns into energy capital and energy

Africa Oil & Power ( announces that it is moving towards Energy Capital & Power (ECP), repositioning itself with broader investment and energy perspectives; the transformation will reflect a renewed focus on all segments of the energy value chain – fueled by the energy transition narrative and supported by expanded service offerings; the launch of ECP as an investment platform reflects the holistic nature of the business, spanning the entire energy spectrum.

Africa Oil & Power (AOP) is delighted to announce that it is evolving into Energy Capital & Power (ECP) to reflect the company’s growth into an integrated investment partner in the global energy sector.

The changing environment for international investment, coupled with the global energy transition, is at the heart of business transformation – recognizing a shift in the way business will be conducted in the future. The new brand strengthens the company’s position as a premier investment platform for the African energy industry and beyond, and presents an opportunity to expand its reach across the entire energy value chain.

“At Africa Oil & Power, our mission has always been to tell Africa’s energy story – that will not change. Yet with the events of the past year causing seismic ratio disruptions in industries around the world, the narrative itself has, ”says Kelly-Ann Mealia, President of AOP. “We are excited to reposition the company in a broader energy and investment landscape and to reflect the changing priorities of environmental sustainability, inclusiveness and energy diversification. Our vision for Africa’s future is clear and our commitment to the continent is stronger than ever; We invite the African and global energy community to join us in redefining the future of our industry. ”

Since its inception in 2015, AOP has been a champion of energy investment and capacity building across the continent, driven by a vision of Africa’s natural resources as the foundation for its future. Through a range of networking events, investment reports, multimedia campaigns and conferences, AOP has brought together industry leaders, visionaries, investors and policymakers to develop untapped growth potential in frontier markets. of Africa.

ECP will continue to serve as the continent’s main investment promotion platform while targeting sustainable development in all segments of the energy value chain, including solar and wind power, hydropower, hydrogen, power infrastructure. , exploration and production of hydrocarbons, refining and petrochemicals, gas for energy and nuclear.

Brand refresh encompasses new service offerings, including strategic communications, personalized publications or events, and tailor-made creative and marketing solutions for public and private sector clients. Extensive products and services complement the company’s strong 2021-2022 events calendar, which will see in-person and virtual conferences held in South Sudan, United States, Senegal, Mozambique, South Africa, DRC , Angola and Nigeria.

“Our brand evolution brings together three key products under one company. That is, content creation, custom design solutions and large-scale distribution, promotion and exposure, ”said Giovanni Trevison, Creative Director, AOP. “We have always had a strong design heritage and integrating these products together was a natural progression. ECP will not only prioritize local content in its products and services, but will adapt to the changing business landscape by offering in-person and virtual conferences. “

Following the company’s entry into African and non-African markets, the new brand will also place a renewed emphasis on identifying and positioning foreign players as strategic partners on the continent, as well as facilitating global investments. and intra-African in all sectors.

“We will continue to work with governments, industry associations and major media to tell the story of the African energy industry to a global audience. We thank our government partners, ministries and clients who have continued to choose our platform to present and promote their projects. With a strong focus on transformation and progress, we will advance and highlight the transition of the African energy industry and consolidate our place as an investment platform for Africa and beyond ”, states James Chester, Senior Director of Africa Oil & Power.

Energy Capital & Power, formerly Africa Oil & Power, invites investors to participate in South Sudan Oil & Power June 29-30, 2021 and the United States-Africa Energy Summit on July 12, 2021 in Washington DC and October 4 and 5, 2021 in Houston, as the company broadens its horizons and builds on existing commitments for African growth. For more information, please visit

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