52nd Edition of International Fair of Algiers (FIA) 18-23 June 2019

South Africa will take part at the 51th International Trade Fair of Algiers (8-13 May 2018) with a national stand.

Almost twenty South African companies in various sectors (Agri-food, NTIC, construction, chemistry, packaging...) will be present at the event.

ALGIERS- Minister of Energy Mustapha Guitouni said Sunday in Algiers that an Algerian-South African workshop will be held in Algiers before the end of the year.

Sunday, 10 September 2017

21st-22nd March 2017 Le Méridien Oran Hotel & Convention Centre - Algeria

 

North Africa has became a real energy powerhouse given the massive oil and gas reserves discovered in the region, which requires huge investments to monetize it. From Algeria to Tunisia, all the way to Libya, Egypt and Mauritania, local government s are working hard to attract foreign investments to tap the abundant opportunities in the energy sector. That’s why North Africa Petroleum Exhibition and Conferences (NAPEC) has became a Must attend event in Africa, and placed itself as the most important event in the content given the quality of attendees and exhibitors who come from 30 countries. NAPEC is held in Oran, Algeria, a country where oil and gas industry is gaining momentum following the historic OPEC agreement to cut output during the organisation’s meeting in Algeria. With various conferences that varies from business to technical conferences covering E&P, drilling technology and pipelines to a strategic conference that focuses on business opportunities in North Africa, NAPEC 2017 is offering a unique opportunity to network and learn best industry practices and trends, as well as signing deals given the number of attendees and exhibitors. The event is supported by key regional industry players who have showed a real commitment to support the event and making it a real success, as they get involved in the conference’s steering committee, in addition to other key service companies and IOCs who showed great interest in getting involved in the event. The North Africa Petroleum Conference offers great opportunity to learn and network with industry decision makers who represent NOCs, IOCs and service companies.*

 

The programme can be downloaded via the following link : http://napec-dz.com/Docs/NorthAfricaPetroleumAgenda2017.pdf

 

 

ALGIERS-The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved the financing of the Trans-Sahara Optic Fibre Backbone Project (DST) that will interconnect Algeria, Nigeria and Chad, announced Monday in Algiers the AfDB's Representative to Algeria Boubacar Sidiki Traore.

"In its first step, the Project will interconnect Algeria, Niger, Nigeria and Chad, and the next step will proceed to interconnections to the optic fibre of Algeria, Mali and Niger," Sidi Traore stressed at the opening ceremony of the Conference of the African Internet Governance Conference, held Monday in Algiers under the patronage of the President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

The AfDB representative hailed the beginning Tuesday of the activities of the DTS Liaison Committee (CLDT), in the presence of the ITCs ministers of the member countries involved in this project.

The Algerian authorities accepted to host the CLDT headquarters that will ensure "coordination and coherence of the DTS route as well as exchange of the data relating to the project," he added.

Moreover, Sidiki Traore reiterated AfDB's willingness to "back the respective countries to enhance resilience and diversification of their economies and set up of ICTs-related infrastructures and applications while supporting them in the implementation of the related regulation and legal frameworks to fight against the challenges posed technological innovations particularly internet."

"The AfDB approved Algerian authorities' request to organize this conference designed to reflect on a common position among 54 African countries and precise recommendations to face the challenges posed by internet governance, and take advantage of this technological tool while limiting or even stopping the proliferation of related risks," stressed the same official.     

"This conference aims to bring closer African countries' viewpoints and strategies, and unify their position on internet governance so that they move towards an adapted use of this technology," Sidiki Traore stated. 

 
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Min. of Foreign Affairs

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