United Safety attends Africa Oil Week Conference in Cape Town, South Africa

Karim Sabet, United Safety’s Business Development Manager for Africa meets Alec Robinson, President & CEO of Tembo Petroleum, an international oil & gas exploration company focused on projects in sub-Saharan Africa at the 20th Africa Oil Week in the South African city of Cape Town.

Dubai, UAE – On November 25-29, 2013 United Safety’s Karim Sabet, Business Development Manager for Africa attended the 20th Africa Oil Week Conference at Cape Town, South Africa. The event was attended by over 1,500 delegates with more than 80 presentations and discussions among government ministers and state/African Oil Company players.

Africa’s oil and gas industry remains one of the fast growing in the world. Companies such as BP, Shell, Exxon, Statoil, Tullow Oil, Africa Oil, Cairn Energy, PetroSA, Schlumberger, PetroSeychelles including national oil companies and regulators were well represented at the conference.

The conference was extremely valuable in bringing executives and decision makers from around the world, under one roof to discuss the growing potential of Africa’s oil and gas industry. Companies already operating in the continent are growing their footprint while others are aggressively seeking partnerships and deals with existing smaller independent companies,” reports Karim Sabet.

At the conference, industry leaders discussed the growth potential of Nigeria and Angola in Sub-Saharan Africa while investments are being poured to develop the Oil and Gas industry in East African countries such as Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. Morocco also emerged as an important player in the offshore sector.

United Safety has been providing best-in-class safety services in Africa for over ten years and has maintained country operations in Angola and Libya. Across the globe, United Safety is committed to sustainable growth in its countries of operation through workforce development programs.