Ministries and NOCs from Uganda, Ghana, Nigeria, Mozambique, Tanzania, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Sri Lanka are due to present their local content case studies at the 10th Annual Global Local Content Summit this September.
The conference, hosted by Oil & Gas IQ – a division of global events company IQPC – will be a unique opportunity for local content leaders to discuss the development, implementation and measurement of their policy and regulatory frameworks.
“With investment on the rise in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Americas, developing well-informed local content policies and strategies has never been so crucial. Join us for the 10th annual congress with widest geographical range yet, exploring case studies from Uganda, Ghana, Nigeria, Mozambique, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, USA, Oman, Azerbaijan, Kuwait, and Sri Lanka,” – Carly Greene, Summit Director.
Paulo Alonso, Executive Coordinator of PROMINP for Petrobras will be moderating the summit, drawing on his expertise of Brazil’s robust local content policy.
Speakers at this industry forum will include:
Eng. Hon. Minister, Irene Muloni, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Uganda
Honourable Emmanuel Buah, Minister for Petroleum, Republic of Ghana
Eng Arsénio Mabote , Chairman, National Petroleum Institute Mozambique
Eng. DTPK Withanage, Petroleum Resources, Development Secretariat, Sri Lanka
Eng Ernest Nwapa Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development
Paulo Alonso, Executive Coordinator of PROMINP, PETROBRAS
Amer Sinani, Local Content Manager, Petroleum Development Oman
Tam Brisibe, Former Senator, House of Representatives, Republic of Nigeria
Lennox Sirjuesingh, President, Trinidad and Tobago Local Content Chamber
The Global Local Content Summit will take place on 22nd – 25th September 2014 in London, UK. Find the full programme, speaker list and registration form at http://www.localcontentsummit.com/news.
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