Local Content Development in the Oil & Gas Industry

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LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

THE ROYALE CHULAN KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

24 – 27 SEPTEMBER 2013

 Official Website: http://neo-edge.com/event-line-up/energy-utilities/local-content-development-in-the-oil-gas-industry/local-content-development-in-the-oil-and-gas-industry/

Key Questions That Will Be Answered by Attending This Workshop

  • How to generate local content infrastructure, agenda and targets
  • Who should have the authority to implement, measure and monitor local content policies and compliance and what are IOC’s undertakings on local content?
  • What measures are taken and mechanisms used to meet local content requirements
  • How to conduct due diligence in monitoring and implementing local content targets performance and realisation of local content should be translated
  • What are the opportunities driving forces, issues, obstacles in nationalising host countries workforce
  • How to overcome the challenges of localisation of workforce and suppliers to satisfy local content requirements and maximize the commercial success of projects
  • How to successfully implement Local Content programs in every stage of the project and integrate Local Content into business plans
  • What best local content strategy should be used to win projects from the host government and NOCs
  • How to transform local content to cost effectiveness, operational efficiency and self sufficiency
  • How to ensure future development and local commitment in areas of operation through long term partnerships with stakeholders and local suppliers and competitiveness throughout the supply chain

To access the full agenda, please send your detailed contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com

This course is specially structured in 6 themes:

  • Theme 1:         Understanding Local Content
  • Theme 2:         Managing Risk, Discovering Challenges, & Maximizing the Utilization of Local Content
  • Theme 3:         Objectives, Strategies, Challenges & Implementation of Local Content
  • Theme 4:         Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Vs Local Content
  • Theme 5:         Roles of IOCs, NOCs, HG and its Relationships
  • Theme 6:         Applications of Specific Models in Local Content Development

Who Should Attend

All those involved in the Local Content Development & Implementation in the Oil & Gas Industry:

  • Managers/CEO/Directors
  • Industry Lawyers, Legal experts/Directors
  • Technical Experts/Directors
  • Finance Experts/Directors
  • Commercial Experts
  • Contract Drafters/Experts/Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Insurance Experts
  • External Affairs Experts/Directors
  • Sustainability Managers
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Managers
  • Procurement Experts/Directors
  • Supply Chain Managers
  • Human Resource Managers/Directors
  • Business Analyst/Experts

     Types of Organizations

  • Government Bodies
  • National Oil Corporation
  • International Oil Corporation
  • Service Oil Corporation
  • Independent Exploration & Production Companies
  • Consultant firms
  • Logistic, Transportation & Infrastructure Companies
  • Technology/Engineering/Equipment firms/suppliers
  • Investment banks / Investors / financiers / VC / Funds
  • Insurance / Risk management companies

Why You Should Attend this Master Class

  • Local Content is gaining ground in developing nations to boost local economy and promote social and economic development while global trends in local content continue to flourish in the Middle East, Asia Pacific and African and Latin America
  • Socio-economic impact of contemporary oil and gas prices and projects should be well analysed by National Oil Corporations (NOCs) as International Oil Corporations (IOCs) invest in their countries
  • There is a huge demand in higher local content in terms of engineering, procurement, construction, consultancies, technical support and services, and management
  • NOCs are moving to internationalise their market by establishing Joint Ventures (JVs) or Partnership agreement with IOCs
  • IOCs’ training and localization program elevate their projects profile and contribute to the commercial success of projects
  • Local Content is gaining ground in developing nations to boost local economy and promote social and economic development while global trends in local content continue to flourish in the Middle East, Asia Pacific and African and Latin America
  • There is content overload in northern countries while there is nothing to declare on the south
  • Local content is not only seen as a concern to the host states but also to foreign investors and developing countries worldwide
  • Shortages in Oil and Gas Exporting countries create a huge demand for local content
  • The Local Content Workshop will break down and analyse the issues from different angles and provide delegates the opportunity to interact and express their viewpoints and learn from their peers
  • The trainer’s goal for this workshop is to deliver solutions to Local Content Development in your respective countries and organisations

To access the full agenda, please send your detailed contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com

 

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