AFRICAN PETROLEUM PRODUCERS’ ASSOCIATION TO DELIBERATE ON REPOSITIONING THE AFRICA’S OIL AND GAS SECTOR
The African Petroleum Producers’ Association (APPA) will be meeting in the first quarter of 2016 to deliberate on how to reposition the continent’s oil and gas sector in the face of the dwindling crude oil price in the international market.
The Minister of state for petroleum, Ibe Kachukwu disclosed this today in Abuja.
He said the eighteen member body will restrategies at the sixth edition of the African Petroleum Congress and Exhibition (CAPE) on how to speak in one voice and take decision that will favour the continent at OPEC meetings.
The Minister Who described APPA as the most influential body of petroleum producers in Africa urged the body to allow the market forces to determine the oil situation in the international market.
The three day event which will be solely sponsored by the private sector will commence on the fifteenth and end on the seventeenth of March 2016