Olu Ogunfowora

Olu Ogunfowora

Founding Partner Argentil Capital Partners Limited

Olu Ogunfowora has over 20 years of economic and financial experience in the International and sub-Saharan Africa upstream, midstream, pipeline transportation and power generation sectors. He has managed various oil and gas, midstream and power transactions in excess of US$4b in Nigeria and other Sub-Saharan Africa countries including acquisitions, divestments, farm-ins / farm-outs and capital raising. His previous experiences include Inter Pipeline Fund, Canada where he managed commercial, commodity hedging and business development functions in the NGL sector and various corporate finance roles with TransCanada Pipelines, Enron Corporation, Edison Mission Energy and Williams Energy. Olu holds a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, an MBA from the University of Calgary, Canada and is a CFA Charter holder.
 

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Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:00 To 13:00

11/05/2019 12:00 11/05/2019 13:00 Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? In this session we look at different capital markets deploying funds into African upstream and the following:
 
  • What is driving international funding to Africa?
  • What are oil traders looking to finance?
  • How are traditional banks responding to changes in financial participants e.g. Credit funds, commodity funds & structured funds?
  • How can fund managers develop sustainable strategies for emerging markets’ hydrocarbon sector?
  • Public Equity financing: how can we reignite the market?
  • How is M&A affecting the African energy landscape?
Finance Forum

Finance Forum

"Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? "

Camillo Atampugre Olu Ogunfowora

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:00 To 12:40

11/08/2018 12:00 11/08/2018 12:40 The role of global finance in the African Upstream As the global oil markets bounce back to $70+ per barrel and the green shoots of optimism are being observed in the global hydrocarbon sector, can we expect an upturn in FDI and FIDs across the African oil and gas sector. In this session we uncover what market dynamics need to be observed before global financiers consider deploying funds into the African upstream:

•    How can the African energy sector remain competitive to attract global Private Equity?
•    Challenges PE funds face when considering the African Upstream as a viable investment choice.
•    Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
•    How fund managers develop sustainable strategies for the emerging markets hydrocarbon sector
•    How can small and mid-cap companies make themselves more attractive to global fund managers
CTICC

CTICC

"The role of global finance in the African Upstream "

Eric Faillenet Olu Ogunfowora Paul Eardley-Taylor Rob Tims

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:00 To 12:40

11/08/2018 12:00 11/08/2018 12:40 The role of global finance in the African Upstream As the global oil markets bounce back to $70+ per barrel and the green shoots of optimism are being observed in the global hydrocarbon sector, can we expect an upturn in FDI and FIDs across the African oil and gas sector. In this session we uncover what market dynamics need to be observed before global financiers consider deploying funds into the African upstream:

•    How can the African energy sector remain competitive to attract global Private Equity?
•    Challenges PE funds face when considering the African Upstream as a viable investment choice.
•    Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
•    How fund managers develop sustainable strategies for the emerging markets hydrocarbon sector
•    How can small and mid-cap companies make themselves more attractive to global fund managers
CTICC

CTICC

"The role of global finance in the African Upstream "

Eric Faillenet Olu Ogunfowora Paul Eardley-Taylor Rob Tims
Time and date

Tuesday 05/11/2019

From 12:00 To 13:00

11/05/2019 12:00 11/05/2019 13:00 Capital raising: Where do investments in African oil & gas come from? In this session we look at different capital markets deploying funds into African upstream and the following:
 
  • What is driving international funding to Africa?
  • What are oil traders looking to finance?
  • How are traditional banks responding to changes in financial participants e.g. Credit funds, commodity funds & structured funds?
  • How can fund managers develop sustainable strategies for emerging markets’ hydrocarbon sector?
  • Public Equity financing: how can we reignite the market?
  • How is M&A affecting the African energy landscape?
Finance Forum
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Finance Forum

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Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:00 To 12:40

11/08/2018 12:00 11/08/2018 12:40 The role of global finance in the African Upstream As the global oil markets bounce back to $70+ per barrel and the green shoots of optimism are being observed in the global hydrocarbon sector, can we expect an upturn in FDI and FIDs across the African oil and gas sector. In this session we uncover what market dynamics need to be observed before global financiers consider deploying funds into the African upstream:

•    How can the African energy sector remain competitive to attract global Private Equity?
•    Challenges PE funds face when considering the African Upstream as a viable investment choice.
•    Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
•    How fund managers develop sustainable strategies for the emerging markets hydrocarbon sector
•    How can small and mid-cap companies make themselves more attractive to global fund managers
CTICC
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CTICC

Topic
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Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:00 To 12:40

11/08/2018 12:00 11/08/2018 12:40 The role of global finance in the African Upstream As the global oil markets bounce back to $70+ per barrel and the green shoots of optimism are being observed in the global hydrocarbon sector, can we expect an upturn in FDI and FIDs across the African oil and gas sector. In this session we uncover what market dynamics need to be observed before global financiers consider deploying funds into the African upstream:

•    How can the African energy sector remain competitive to attract global Private Equity?
•    Challenges PE funds face when considering the African Upstream as a viable investment choice.
•    Why invest in the African upstream as the world turns to a low carbon footprint future?
•    How fund managers develop sustainable strategies for the emerging markets hydrocarbon sector
•    How can small and mid-cap companies make themselves more attractive to global fund managers
CTICC
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CTICC

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