Frontier and TotalEnergies are pleased to announce that TotalEnergies will take a leading position at the upcoming Africa E&P Summit – Africa’s Premier Global Oil, Gas & Energy Conference set to take place on the 22nd and 23rd September in London & Online.
By partnering with Frontier, TotalEnergies is showing leadership in the African oil, gas & energy industry and it is an opportunity for the company to present its energy strategy to the sector as well as strengthen ties with industry partners, stakeholders and African governments. Emmanuelle Garinet, TotalEnergies’ VP Exploration Africa will speak to the African oil, gas & energy community for the first time in her new role at the Summit. Emmanuelle’s career spans the globe, incorporating the last 20 years with TotalEnergies in strategy, planning, portfolio and performance, as well as time on South America, Nigeria, Gabon and Angola for the leading international energy company.
Commenting on the partnership, Gayle Meikle, CEO of Frontier, declared, “I am delighted to have TotalEnergies, with its know-how and its expertise, among our Official Sponsors. We feel certain that their involvement at this level will significantly contribute to the success of the Summit. It is a privilege to provide a C-suite platform for TotalEnergies to address the industry and to introduce Emmanuelle Garinet in her new role as VP Exploration Africa. She has had an illustrious career to date and I have no doubt will have a positive impact on the Continent in this important leadership position.”
The Africa E&P Summit – Africa’s Premier Global Oil, Gas & Energy Conference brings together Africa’s upstream industry for a unique event shaped for companies active in Africa’s oil and energy game and provides unrivalled insight into the Continent’s fast changing exploration and energy horizon. The Africa E&P Summit will be hybrid event, encompassing an in-person conference in London in which an online audience also participates.
Hear directly from key players and decision-makers from corporate players active in Africa through to fast-moving independents, finance, legal and service & supply companies and African governments and NOC’s seeking investors.