NobleLink Energy organises training on industry trends
LAGOS-NobleLink Energy, an international strategic business liaison company said it is organising a conference to help African energy companies develop their working operations and build a strong relationship with other International Energy companies.
The two-day conference tagged “Angola, Nigeria, & Ghana: Strategic Expansion, Opportunities, and Networking in the Energy Sector,” will be halt at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, close to Reliant Park, Houston Texas, United States of America, USA, from May 2 to 3, 2012.
Rugba Onosode Alaka, President and CEO of NobleLink Energy emphasized the fact that the conference is aimed at providing African energy companies with the opportunity of acquiring first-hand information on how they can establish business relationships with international energy companies.
She further intimated that during the conference, participating companies will obtain effective resource management tools and techniques for company executives; receive effective solutions on how to secure intellectual property in the energy industry; and learn the fundamentals of oil spill mitigation and its inherent opportunities.
Participants would also be exposed to issues that bother on identifying and making right investment decisions.
Mrs. Alaka noted that in addition to coaching participating companies on establishing and managing business relationships with international energy companies, the conference would also provide direction to participating companies on how they can grow their businesses through partnerships and coach them on how to successfully embark on expansion.
She added the that company’s sole aim is to connect North America to Africa and is to provide services to energy companies in the areas of procurement, legal services and project management.
She said that the conference will run simultaneously with the 2012 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), the world’s foremost event for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production, and environmental protection and will offer strategic business networking meetings for energy companies based in Africa, the United States and North America.