Don't miss the Hydrocarbon Offshore Facilities Security Focus Day which will bring some of the key players in petroleum resources security together to discuss the imminent requirements!

24 – 26 August 2015
Four Points by Sheraton Lagos, Victoria Island, Nigeria

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VIP attendees and speakers include:

 Rear Admiral JO Olutoyin
Rear Admiral JO Olutoyin
Chief of Policy and Plans
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral G Anyankpele
Rear Admiral G Anyankpele
Chief of Administration
Nigerian Navy
Rear Admiral F Bobai
Rear Admiral F Bobai
Naval Secretary
Nigerian Navy
Rear Admiral JKZ Ango
Rear Admiral JKZ Ango
Flag Officer Commanding Western Naval Command
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral SI Alade
Rear Admiral SI Alade
Chief of Navy Transformation
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral DO Ajatoye
Rear Admiral DO Ajatoye
Acting Chief of Naval Engineering
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral OC Medani
Rear Admiral OC Medani
Chief of Training and Operations
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral T Dick
Rear Admiral T Dick
Director of Operations
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral EG Ofik
Rear Admiral EG Ofik
Chief of Naval Safety and Standards
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral BEE Ibe-Enwo
Rear Admiral BEE Ibe-Enwo
Chief Staff Officer, Western Naval Command, Lagos
Nigerian Navy
 Rear Admiral Sagaren Pillay
Rear Admiral Sagaren Pillay
Chief Director: Maritime Strategy
South African Navy
 Commodore James Kontoh
Commodore James Kontoh
Assistant Commandant
Ghana Navy
 Captain Mohamed Mahmoud El Hadramy
Captain Mohamed Mahmoud El Hadramy
Captain
Navy of Mauritania
 Colonel Abdourahmane Dieng
Colonel Abdourahmane Dieng
Executive Director
Interregional Coordination Centre
Commander Loic Moudouma
Commander Loic Moudouma
Director of Operations
Gabon Navy
Mrs. Ify Anazonwu-Akerele
Mrs. Ify Anazonwu-Akerele
Director General
Nigerian Chamber of Shipping

Facilitating cooperation across Africa to increase maritime security

In 2013 the inaugural OPV Africa was launched in partnership with the Nigerian Navy. The event was without parallel as over 400 senior members of the international maritime community, including over 180 naval officers of which there were 60 flag officers and 6 services chiefs, attended the event to discuss solutions to maritime security in Africa, as well as to inspect an exhibition of almost 30 stands showcasing services and products to help facilitate this.

Returning for 2015 in Lagos, the event constitutes Africa’s foremost forum for naval operations and international and intergovernmental cooperation.

Now with the option of gaining exclusive in-depth insight about West African navies at the West African focus day on the 24th August, this event represents the best possible way to gain access to Africa's maritime security community.

Register now to attend the 2nd edition of the event

If you want to be part of the 2nd edition of the event and showcase your ideas and solutions to demonstrate how you can contribute to maritime security, then please let us know at enquiry@iqpc.ae.

5 reasons to attend OPV Africa 2015:

  1. Meet with Chiefs of Naval Staff and senior flag officers from all over Africa looking for solutions and acquisitions to improve their operational performance
  2. Be a part of the biggest gathering of senior decision makers in both oil and gas offshore security and naval operations every year in Africa
  3. Greatly enhance and reinforce your naval and government contacts through face to face meetings and networking with over 100 senior officers
  4. Find many of the world’s best technologies for special forces and navies all under one roof and save time and travel in sourcing them throughout the year
  5. Participate in the huge media buzz to help promote the good work of your organisation to the international maritime and defence community

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