13-15 OCTOBER 2015


Cubic Globe Ltd and Partners are pleased to introduce you to the Africa Petroleum Storage and Transport (APESTRANS 2015) to be held in N’Djamena, Chad alongside the Chad International Oil Mining and Energy Conference and Exhibition CIOME 2015.
The Africa continent is going through a difficult time due to fall in oil price. As a result, the supply chain industry has to follow the trend and be more innovative in its approach towards all the parties involved in this transaction.  APESTRANS 2015 is an opportunity to discuss the design, operation and quality control procedures of the inland network of African crude oil production and gas facilities, stabilisation plants, pipeline distribution storage and transfers to integrated terminals.
The import and export of petroleum products needs more adequate state of the art technologies and facilities for storage and shipping.  APESTRANS 2015 is an important opportunity to meet African and international stakeholders involved in the storage and transport of the petroleum and mineral products and to discuss its geopolitics.
The $4.2 billion Chad-Cameroon Oil Development and Pipeline Project (1070 km long) is the largest private sector investment in sub-Saharan Africa. The construction was completed in 2003. This project demonstrates the complexity of the transport of the petroleum products in Africa and is a landmark pipeline project. Others pipelines have been built since opened and they are transporting crude oil through the existing pipeline network from Doba, Chad to the port of Kribi, Cameroon.
Alongside this special session, CIOME 2015 conference, an exhibition will be held and enable companies involved in this segment of the petroleum industry to present their services and their expertise.


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