SOURCE: BPA Worldwide

November 29, 2010 09:52 ET

Editorial Feature: Petroleum Africa Applies for BPA Audit

SHELTON, CT--(Marketwire - November 29, 2010) - Petroleum Africa Magazine, published out of Africa since 2003, has applied for membership with BPA Worldwide. With offices in Cairo, Egypt; Accra, Ghana; Nairobi, Kenya; and Lagos, Nigeria, it is the first publication covering the energy sector in Africa to apply for BPA circulation and website traffic audit.

Dianne Sutherland, owner and publisher of Petroleum Africa commented: "Petroleum Africa is proud to be the first Africa-focused oil and gas publication and digital media to apply to BPA. We take our advertisers' Return on Investment seriously. I believe that by meeting BPA standards and subsequently undertaking an audit, our advertisers can be confident they are reaching the right targets in a part of the world where it is sometimes hard to tell fact from fiction when it comes to circulation and media data."

"We are pleased to welcome Petroleum Africa to BPA Worldwide with their decision to apply for an audit," said Stuart Wilkinson, Managing Director EMEA, for BPA Worldwide. "The audit constitutes an essential tool for best practice publishers in the region and internationally."

The magazine and digital media will have 12 months to complete an initial audit.

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