The Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, on behalf of the Delegation, looks forward to welcoming business leaders, investors, as well as political leaders from the United States and the African continent to the event that will be subsequent to the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit to be hosted by President Barack Obama in the Nation’s Capital.

A Distinguished Panel

The Economic Forum will host a panel of distinguished Government Officials, all of whom will be sharing information about the resounding economic activity that the country is currently experiencing; including the accomplishments of the President’s Horizon 2020 program, and the next steps towards reaching the objectives of PEGI 2020.

The impact of social programs executed in partnership with US corporations, such as the Marathon Oil led Bioko Island Malaria Control Project, HESS’s Program for Educational Development of Equatorial Guinea and Exxon Mobil’s Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program, on the health, education and environment of Equatorial Guinea will also be covered.

Key Commercial Insight

The Economic Forum will provide insight on the Country’s commercial activity, present investment opportunities, and introduce investment incentives to attendees. Equatorial Guinea will bring experts from several economic sectors to showcase the different opportunities that it has to offer, to accelerate economic transformation and maximize the Country’s resources.

Presentations and discussions from government representatives will highlight the government’s commitment to fostering an enabling environment for foreign investment from the United States.

Members of the Delegation

H.E. OBIANG NGUEMA MBASOGO, President of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.
Agapito Mba Mokuy, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Marcelino Owono Edu, Minister of Finance and Budgets
Gabriel Mbaga Obiang Lima, Minister of Mines, Industry and Energy.
Celestino Bonifacio Bacale Obiang, Minister of Trade & Business Promotion
Alfredo Mitogo Mitogo, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry
Diosdado Vicente Nsue Milang, Minister of Health and Social Welfare
Valentin Ela Maye, Vice Minister of Economy, Planning and Public Investments.