Houston Mayor Helps US-Africa Power Discussion board; Occasion highlights the function of the US in Africa’s vitality future

Mayor Sylvester Turner has officially endorsed the first edition of the US-Africa Energy Forum 2021 (December 9-10; Houston, Texas) with a letter of invitation to participate; the city of Houston has become a global leader in energy innovation with more than 500 oil and gas exploration and production companies located; large-scale wind and solar power generation; and a multi-billion dollar cleantech industry; The event will connect American innovators, investors, explorers and energy producers with African public and private sector executives for two days to network and do business.

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has officially (https://bit.ly/3tIoCAL) the very first US-Africa Energy Forum 2021, organized by Energy Capital & Power (ECP) in Houston. The personal event promises to open up opportunities for American investors along the African energy value chain from December 9-10, 2021.

Mayor Turner looks forward to welcoming African Energy Ministers and high-level delegations, 10 of whom have confirmed their attendance. African business people and official speakers as well as US companies present partnership and investment opportunities in the fields of oil and gas, renewable energies, energy infrastructure, energy technologies and services.

“Houston’s dynamic culture thrives on its ability to maintain and expand its international relationships and reach, and this drive to build Africa-focused businesses with Houston’s businesses continues that proud tradition,” Mayor Turner said in his confirmation letter.

The city of Houston, home to more than 500 oil and gas exploration and production companies, has emerged at the forefront of the global energy transition, from decarbonizing existing oil and gas operations to leading domestic wind and solar power production to pioneering the Record carbon innovation use and storage.

“Through the theme of” New Horizons for United States Energy Investment in Africa, “the forum will examine various foreign investment and export opportunities and highlight the significant role that Texas and Houston have played in growing the new energy transition as the world’s energy capital,” the Mayor said in his letter.

The African energy value chain represents a critical opportunity for Houston innovators to deploy new technologies and advance large investment projects that enable sustainable energy transition, including all energy sources, domestically and internationally.

To learn more about energy investment opportunities in the US and Africa, please see more information about sponsorship opportunities USAEF 2021, or to register for the Houston Summit, visit www.USAfricaEnergy.com. Contact speak@energycapitalpower.com for speaker opportunities or sales@energycapitalpower.com to inquire about sponsorship.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Energy Capital & Power.

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