East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security 2015 Forum
East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security 2015 Forum The East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security Forum will be a unique platform which will allow delegates to share intelligence with other senior level experts in the energy industry and relevant Governmental bodies on how to effectively cooperate with local communities, improve information sharing between neighbouring states, secure ports and offshore assets, develop defence plans for vessels transiting through high risk areas, prevent pipeline sabotage and select the most advanced security systems to match their security needs.
- Visitor Origin:
- Visitor demographic:
- Security Professionals
- Security Managers
- International Research Networks
- 10-18 Vestry Street, 1st Floor, London, United Kingdom (UK)
- +44 (0) 207 111 1615
Forum aimed at discussing pressing security concerns affecting the East African region Securing critical infrastructure has become crucial in recent years for companies operating within risk areas. Senior level security experts from oil and gas and construction companies gathered three weeks ago in Nairobi to discuss pressing security concerns affecting the East African region. The meeting was opened on the first day by Charles Mbuvi, Head of Security at VIVO Energy Afri...
Cooperation with local communities, maritime security, latest technology will be some of the topics covered at the Forum Senior level Security Representatives will gather at the East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security 2015 Forum on 4-5 February to discuss the most pressing security concerns affecting the sector in Africa’s Eastern region. Cooperation with local communities, security of teams and assets, pipeline sabotage prevention, terrorism, maritime security and la...
IRN will host the East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security Forum, which will address maritime security The recent report by Markets and Markets reveals that in the next five years the maritime security market will experience a significant growth from $13.94 billion in 2014 to $20.87 billion in 2019. Middle East and Africa (MEA) is the second region after Asia Pacific expected to have the largest market share. Following the series of attacks Kenya experienced in the newly dev...