East Africa Energy, Oil & Gas Summit 

Radisson Blu Hotel, Nairobi Upper Hill, Kenya
15 – 17 November 2022

NOC Kenya

Speakers

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Martin Tiffin

Mr Martin Tiffin

General Manager, East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP)

After graduating from Cambridge University in 1984 with a degree in Engineering Science, Martin has spent his entire career in the upstream oil and gas industry, initially 8 years with Shell and for the last 28 years with Total.

He has held a variety of technical and commercial positions in Development, Projects, Operations and Business in Brunei, UK, France, Indonesia and The Netherlands. From 2009 and 2014 he was Managing Director for TOTAL EP Norge in Norway.

He returned to Paris in 2014, assigned as the Deputy Director, Development & Support to Operations (DSO), and was involved in a major reorganization of the central technical functions in the Head Office.

He then held the position Director of the Uganda Integrated Project Group from July 2016, covering the entire chain through Reservoir, Drilling, Upstream facilities, Export Pipeline and the Marine Terminal at Tanga.

He is currently the General Manager, East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP)

Participant Testimonials

  • I wish to commend the organisers of EAOGS for bringing together eminent persons and experts to discuss issues affecting the oil and gas industry in Africa
    H.E. Dr. Omar Farouk Ibrahim
    Secretary General, African Petroleum Producers’ Organization
  • These conferences are very important to all of us involved in the industry to interact, exchange ideas and to learn from one another on what is happening... what is happening in the industry in Africa more importantly
    Florival Mucave
    President, Mozambique Oil & Gas Chamber
  • East Africa is an energy province so this summit is timely considering that East Africa's gas is entering the exploration and production phase
    John Ego
    Manager, Exploration National Oil Corporation of Kenya
  • "The content was very good and very relevant at this formative stage. I’m very grateful to the organisers and I will definitely be back next year"
    James Mureu
    Former Chairman of the Board at Kenya National Chamber of Commerce & Industry