Nigeria’s Levene Energy Holdings to Participate at AEW 2023 as Bronze Sponsor

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Levene Energy Holdings Limited has confirmed its participation at African Energy Week 2023 as a bronze sponsor.

Levene Energy Holdings Limited, a prominent Nigerian-based global energy conglomerate, joins African Energy Week (AEW) as a Bronze Sponsor, hosted by the African Energy Chamber (AEC) – the voice of the African energy sector. AEW is Africa’s premier event for the energy sector, and Levene Energy’s sponsorship adds significant value to this year’s conference and exhibition – taking place on 16 – 20 October in Cape Town under the theme ‘The African Energy Renaissance: Prioritizing Energy Poverty, People, the Planet, Industrialization and Free Markets,”

Through its various subsidiaries including Levene Hydrocarbon, Levene Energy Development, Levene Trading and LPV Energies and providing turnkey and innovative energy solutions, Levene Energy Holdings Limited has been instrumental in driving the growth of Africa’s entire energy landscape.

The company’s active presence in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons has been crucial in driving Africa’s agenda of maximizing upstream activities to ensure energy security and gross domestic product growth. In Nigeria, the company operates two bitumen blocks while in the Equatorial Guinea, in partnership with GEPetrol, operates four blocks secured in the country’s 2019 licensing round. With Levene Energy Holdings seeking investment partners to maximize its upstream presence, the company’s participation, as a Bronze Sponsor at AEW 2023 is crucial in uniting the firm with a pool of global investors seeking investment opportunities and reliable partners in highly lucrative African oil, gas and bitumen markets.

On the renewables front, with Nigeria seeking to accelerate the deployment of solar energy and mini grids infrastructure for energy mix diversification, energy poverty alleviation and environmental sustainability, in line with the Nigeria Energy Transition Plan, Levene Energy Holdings Limited through LPV Energies is leading the west African country’s transition to sustainable, efficient and scalable solar solutions. With the company targeting to expand operations across the entire African continent and across the global market, AEW 2023 represents the best platform for Levene Energy to showcase its innovative renewables services and to secure growth partners and new investors.

In the energy retail industry, Levene Energy Holdings’ understanding of the global supplier marketplace and a credible reputation in delivering high-quality energy materials and equipment across southern and western Africa, Europe, the U.S. and Far-East Asia – having signed various crude oil contracts with the National Oil Company (NOC) of Nigeria and the NOC of Libya – have positioned the company as one of Africa’s most competitive energy companies. With Levene Energy seeking to expand its energy retail business across the global market, AEW 2023 provides the company a huge opportunity to kickstart market expansion through access to exclusive networking and deal-signings.

“Levene Energy’s year on year growth since its establishment is a strong testimony of the company’s excellence in providing high level services in the upstream, downstream, midstream and renewable energy fronts. With the energy transition now mainstream, the role played by integrated firms such as Levene Energy to balance achieving energy security and environmental sustainability in Africa continues to expand. We believe AEW 2023 represents the ideal platform for Levene Energy to attract new partners, forge existing partnerships and expand its role in the African energy renaissance,” says NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber.

At AEW 2023, Levene Energy Holdings Limited will participate in high-level panel discussions, technical presentations and exhibitions showcasing best solutions to advance Africa’s energy market growth.

AEW is the AEC’s interactive exhibition and networking event that seeks to unite African energy stakeholders, drive industry growth and development, and promote Africa as the destination for African-focused events. For more information, visit www.aecweek.com