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  Amid a recent surge in exploration drilling in Africa Africa Oil Week https Africa OilWeek com is once again hosting an Outlook Forum to provide a platform that will showcase some of the exploration and development opportunities most attractive on the continent The Outlook Forum will be moderated and hosted by the African commodity and investment research agency Hawilti www Hawilti com By working together Africa Oil Week and Hawilti have aligned a number of world class assets in onshore shallow and deepwater areas in Nigeria Cameroon Morocco Namibia and the Comoros The Outlook Forum will once again support the making of deals for African and global operators and help unlock further exploration and development potential on the continent This year s edition comes as Africa makes a grand comeback on the global exploration stage following world class discoveries in C te d Ivoire and Namibia in particular Recent scouting in these frontier markets has shown once again that betting on African scouting is a game worth taking the risk Despite some misleading 2022 remains a banner year for African exploration especially in new hotspots like the Orange Basin and Cabora Bassa Basin but also in established jurisdictions said Mickael Vogel Director and Head of Research at Hawilti who will be moderating this year s Prospect Forum Nigerian assets will feature prominently as Nigerian independents such as Asharami Energy Oando Energy Resources and Platform Petroleum present their opportunities in Africa s largest brownfield market Nigeria has completely overhauled its regulatory regime last year with the adoption of the Petroleum Industry Act PIA and market activity is currently picking up there Onshore assets will also be featured especially in markets where exploration has recently achieved some strong successes In particular Genel Energy will present an acquisition opportunity at its Lagzira block in Morocco while Monitor Exploration will share details on the potential of the Owambo Basin off the coast of Namibia This year s Prospect Forum will be run exclusively by independents with Discover Exploration and Tower Resources also joining the list of presenters to promote attractive offshore assets in Cameroon and the Comoros Building on the current momentum in the industry the Forum will once again look to forge new partnerships and attract the best explorers and investors to African opportunities Reservations For more information on how you can get involved be it to exhibit sponsor or attend as a delegate click here https Africa OilWeek com
Hawilti to Moderate Highly Anticipated Outlook Forum at Africa Oil Week (AOW) 2022

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Amid a recent surge in exploration drilling in Africa, Africa Oil Week (https://Africa-OilWeek.com) is once again hosting an Outlook Forum to provide a platform that will showcase some of the exploration and development opportunities most attractive on the continent.

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The Outlook Forum will be moderated and hosted by the African commodity and investment research agency Hawilti (www.Hawilti.com).

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By working together, Africa Oil Week and Hawilti have aligned a number of world-class assets in onshore, shallow and deepwater areas in Nigeria, Cameroon, Morocco, Namibia and the Comoros.

The Outlook Forum will once again support the making of deals for African and global operators and help unlock further exploration and development potential on the continent.

This year’s edition comes as Africa makes a grand comeback on the global exploration stage following world-class discoveries in Côte d’Ivoire and Namibia in particular.

Recent scouting in these frontier markets has shown once again that betting on African scouting is a game worth taking the risk.

“Despite some misleading, 2022 remains a banner year for African exploration, especially in new hotspots like the Orange Basin and Cabora Bassa Basin, but also in established jurisdictions,” said Mickael Vogel, Director and Head of Research at Hawilti, who will be moderating this year’s Prospect Forum.

Nigerian assets will feature prominently as Nigerian independents such as Asharami Energy, Oando Energy Resources and Platform Petroleum present their opportunities in Africa’s largest brownfield market.

Nigeria has completely overhauled its regulatory regime last year with the adoption of the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA), and market activity is currently picking up there.

Onshore assets will also be featured, especially in markets where exploration has recently achieved some strong successes.

In particular, Genel Energy will present an acquisition opportunity at its Lagzira block in Morocco, while Monitor Exploration will share details on the potential of the Owambo Basin off the coast of Namibia.

This year’s Prospect Forum will be run exclusively by independents, with Discover Exploration and Tower Resources also joining the list of presenters to promote attractive offshore assets in Cameroon and the Comoros.

Building on the current momentum in the industry, the Forum will once again look to forge new partnerships and attract the best explorers and investors to African opportunities.

Reservations For more information on how you can get involved, be it to exhibit, sponsor or attend as a delegate, click here (https://Africa-OilWeek.com).

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