Africa Energy & Mining 2022

Energy Capital & Power (ECP) is returning to Cape Town for its fifth flagship conference. Africa Energy & Mining 2022 conference and exhibition (AEM) unites Africa’s investors and leaders in the energy and mining industries for three days in March 2022.

Under the theme ‘Investing in the World’s Future Energy Value Chain in Africa’,  for the first time unites the entire mining and energy value chain. This is the only in-person + online event that is entirely focused on Africa, with a whole-industry approach, dedicated to driving investment in Africa’s energy future.

The AEM conference and exhibition will highlight the importance of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area, international partnerships, and intra-African cooperation across all facets of the continent’s energy and mining sectors. As Africa lays down plans for its post-COVID-19 recovery, and African energy projects compete for global foreign direct investment, AEM 2022 is the venue to understand the new energy and mining landscape in Africa, how Africa will influence the global energy transition, and to initiate and make deals.

ECP believes in the transformative impact of Africa’s resources. AEM 2022 takes on the challenges of the energy transition with panels of African ministers, mining/utilities/national oil company leaders, and the private sector across the continent.

AEM 2022 is proud to play host to the highly anticipated Women in Industry Assembly. The event aims to celebrate the role that women play in the energy and mining sectors, and the great contributions they are making in shaping Africa’s future. The Assembly will host influential guest speakers and is regarded as a fantastic opportunity to meet champions in these fields, expand your network and gain further engagement. This luncheon is by invitation only and will provide a platform for networking, information exchange, and exposure to new business opportunities.

Energy Capital & Power’s top priority remains to keep our people, partners, and clients safe. Therefore, the dates of our scheduled events are subject to change as we monitor the global progress of COVID-19. Please check our website for updates and for your safety, click here to read our COVID-19 Event Guidelines.


March 29, 2022


March 31, 2022


Cape Town, South Africa



Event PasseS

Delegate Pass

$ 1600 per person

Gala Dinner Pass

$ 400

Virtual Delegate Pass

$ 200 per person

To complete your registration offline and pay via wire transfer, email us at

Gala dinner tickets are supplementary to delegate passes and cannot be purchased as standalone tickets.

Final registration confirmations are subject to approval by event organizers.

Discussion points

Africa’s energy transition and navigating the post-COVID-19 recovery landscape.
Investment in oil and gas in Africa, and the role of oil and gas in Africa’s economies.
Synergies between traditional energy producers, renewable energy companies, and mining firms.
Africa as a global LNG leader.
Renewable power and storage solutions for African industry and mining.
Mining for Energy: Global clean energy rollout based on African minerals.
The future of African power grids and utilities.
Funding for gas-to-power projects in 2021 and beyond.
IPPs, privatized power, and Africa-wide electrification.
▪The hydrogen revolution and other new technologies.



H.E. Gwede Mantashe

Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, South Africa

Hon. Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima

Minister of Mines and Hydrocarbons, Equatorial Guinea

Thabane Zulu

Director General, Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy, South Africa

Hon. Abdirashid Mohamed Ahmed

Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Somalia

Saifuah-Mai Gray

President & CEO, National Oil Company of Liberia


Jubril Enakele

Co-Founder and CEO, Iron Capital Partners Limited

Nyonga Fofang

Managing Director of Bambili Group

C. Derek Campbell

Chief Executive Officer, Energy & Natural Resource Security

Jeremy Asher

Chairman, Tower Resources plc

Rodney MacAlister

CEO and Co-Founder, Monetizing Gas Africa Inc

Zanele Mavuso Mbatha

CEO, Bambili Energy

David Masureik

CEO, New Southern Energy

Mark Becker

Director, M Solar Power

Michael Els

CEO, Waco Africa

Andrew Knott

CEO, Savannah Petroleum

Paul Eardley-Taylor

Oil & Gas Coverage, Southern Africa, Standard Bank


Shawn Robert Duthie

Managing Director, Inyani Intelligence

Kwame Jantuah

Senior Vice President, Freddie Jordan Oil Company Ltd


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