- Language: English
- Published: April 2015
- Region: Africa
- ID: 683240
- April 2015
- Region: Africa
- Petroleum Africa Magazine
Petroleum Africa is the continent’s first and longest published magazine dedicated to covering the continent’s fast-paced petroleum sector, providing a comprehensive overview of the upstream and downstream sectors monthly since 2003. Other publications give their readers a snapshot of activities taking place across the continent, but Petroleum Africa gives a complete and comprehensive picture with independent editorial insights that cannot be matched from our “on-the-ground” and “in-the-know” network. From Cairo to the Cape and Dar Es Salaam to Lagos, we have the last great exploration frontier covered!
With the world clamoring for energy security, Africa has increasingly become a popular destination for investment. To bring industry players together, Petroleum Africa acts as a channel of communication between ministries and national oil companies on one end, and operators and services companies on the other. Our subscribers look to us as a reference, reading the magazine from cover to cover every month. Our targeted circulation to over 11,000 industry players involved in Africa cannot be matched by competitors, within the continent or globally. Petroleum Africa is widely read by government officials and senior and technical management of national, major, and independent energy companies for the latest information on African oil and gas.
What our readers have to say:
“The magazine is in a class of its own. It demonstrates strong talent in providing high-quality reports combining both a technical overview of the industry and a comprehensive understanding of the challenges of the African continent.” – Marie-Gabrielle Cajoly, PR Manager, Addax Petroleum
“Africa’s best monthly journal on oil and gas, with independent thinking, great coverage and analytical depth, and insight and information for the industry worldwide, Petroleum Africa is a credit to its top-line editorial team, and a valuable asset for all involved in Africa’s hydrocarbons future.” – Duncan Clarke, Chairman & CEO, Global Pacific & Partners and Author of Crude Continent: The Struggle for Africa’s Oil Prize
“We have had the great benefit of using the up-to-date information in Petroleum Africa’s monthly editions in our management of the unfolding upstream oil sector in Uganda.” – Reuben Kashambuzi, Commissioner, Petroleum Exploration and Production Department, Uganda