Tunisia: Petroafrica 2022 – international exhibition of oil, gas and renewable energy from 14 to 17 June 2022

A must-attend event for oil and gas professionals, PETROAFRICA 2022, the international exhibition of oil, gas and renewable energy was launched yesterday, Tuesday, June 14 at the Kram exhibition center in the Tunisian capital.

Organized under the theme “The Digital Petro effect and novelty”, this edition has as guest of honor Nigeria and as friendly countries of the edition: Algeria and Senegal. “A rich program will accompany this great event, conferences and round tables will be led by national and international experts of great renown to discuss energy issues both nationally and internationally,” says the site of the event.

The exhibition continues until June 17 and will serve as a platform for meetings to various participants, to exchange on new investment opportunities, the search for different sources of funding for major projects.

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