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9th Annual Global Local Content Summit

  1. 1. Highlights this year include: New Frontiers in Eurasia: A special focus on developments in Local Content Policy and implementation in Eurasia including insight into Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. Hear how policies and regulations have been implemented and how the key players involved are aligning their Local Content strategies Focus on the Middle East A special section dedicated to exploring Local Content developments in the Middle East. Hear updates from Saudi Arabia and Oman Special Focus on Latin America: An in depth look into Local Content development in Brazil and Mexico. Hear how policies and regulations have been implemented and how the key players involved are aligning their Local Content strategies Paulo Alonso Advisor to the President, Petrobras Eng. DTPK Withanage Petroleum Resources Development Secretariat, Sri Lanka Albert Ni Local Content Development Coordinator, North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC) Emmanuel Buah Minister for Petroleum, Republic of Ghana Join us at the largest and most prestigious annual gathering of senior local content decision makers from across the globe. Register Today! www.localcontentsummit.com • enquire@iqpc.co.uk • +44 (0) 207 036 1300 Now in its 9th consecutive year, this year's event will chart the different stages of Local Content development globally, ranging from frontier nations to more mature markets. We will move around the Earth examining case studies from Latin America, Europe and Africa to the Eurasia, the Middle East and Asia. We will also have practical workshops outlining strategies for policy creation and implementation and the theory behind Local content metrics, measurement and reporting. “This summit has helped us to understand how best practice local content can work” Deswandi Muzwar, Supply Chain Manager: Chevron Indonesia Sponsors Ernest Nwapa Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development Board (NNPC) Elias Kilembe Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) (TANZANIA) Mohammed Radwan Investment and Local Content Manager, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia Khalfan Busaidi LCC Manager, Petroleum Development Oman Tam Brisibe Former Senator, House of Representatives, Republic of Nigeria Hon Patricia Kenneth Divine International Trade Development Adviser, British Deputy High Commission Nigeria Sheila Khama Director, Extractive Resources, African Center for Economic Transformation Anders Stohlen CEO, International Development Norway Jim Walton Director of Strategic Planning, Fluor Corporation Ehimen Paul Local Content Coordinator, West African Ventures Michael Hackenbruch Senior Advisor, Urbapol Jillian Lilico Managing Director, Demeter Development Deirdre E. White President & CEO, CDC Development Solutions Presents the 9th Annual Africa Focus Day: 23rd September 2013 Conference: 24th -25th September 2013 Workshop Day: 26th September 2013 Gaining Competitive Advantage, Delivering Sustainable Projects and Developing Strong Partnerships London, United Kingdom Local Content Leaders include: Workshop Day: Take part in interactive workshop sessions designed to develop skills and facilitate practical learning. Take away strategies and insights that you can implement into your Local Content or sustainability programme The world's leading Local Content event! 2000+ ATTENDEES over the years and counting... PLUS! New Frontiers in Africa: A special focus on the new players in Local Content Policy Development including insight into Tanzania and Ghana. Hear how policies and regulations have been implemented and how the key players involved are aligning their Local Content strategies.
  2. 2. 23rd -26th September 2013 • London, United Kingdom Gaining Competitive Advantage, Delivering Sustainable Projects and Developing Strong Partnerships ‘’The issues discussed have been absolutely relevant. This was a very good exposure” Mauro Bartezzati, General Director: ELPER Oilfield Engineering (Nigeria) Ltd Register Today! www.localcontentsummit.com • enquire@iqpc.co.uk • +44 (0) 207 036 13002 Sheila Khama Sheila has extensive work experience in both the private and public sector in Botswana and internationally. Sheila has 13 years of experience in the mining sector, starting as the compliance officer for up to 20 subsidiaries of the then Anglo American Corporation and De Beers Group in Botswana These companies covered the entire industry value chain and a range of minerals .including base metals fossil fuels and precious stones. In her most recent assignment in the sector she served as the Chief Executive of De Beers Botswana between July 2005 and March 2010. As the senior most executive of the otswana’s largest investor, she also served as a non-executive director of several companies including Debswana Diamond Company which contributes 60% De Beers’ diamond stocks. She holds an MBA degree from the Edinburgh University Business School in Scotland and a BA from the University of Botswana. MEET THE CHAIRPERSON Presents the 9th Annual Dear Colleague, Where are you in your Local Content journey? This year we will be exploring the various milestones and stages along the path of Local Content development. What can the new frontier states of Tanzania, Sri Lanka and Ghana at the beginning of their Local Content journey learn from the experiences of the more mature petroleum industries such as Norway, Nigeria and Brazil? This year’s Global Local Content Summit has been specifically designed to compare the various stages in the Local Content journey while showcasing case studies from around the globe. Encompassing a vast expanse of themes and regions, you will explore new frontiers in African policy development, receive updates from the MENA region and Latin America as well as hear from local content leaders from Eurasia. I look forward to welcoming you in London Best regards, Luke Treacy Conference Director, Global Local Content
  3. 3. “People have been talking about similar challenges that we are facing… one can learn a lot. This is a very, very important meeting”. Justino Evuna Akogo Nchama, Deputy Commercial Director: EG LNG, Equatorial Guinea Register Today! www.localcontentsummit.com • enquire@iqpc.co.uk • +44 (0) 207 036 1300 3 08:30 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS 08:45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS Tam Brisibe, Former Senator, House of Representatives, Republic of Nigeria 09:00 AN UPDATE FROM NNPC AND LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA • Building the capacity of local businesses to participate more actively and with greater success in the oil and gas industry • Local Content in Nigeria- creating jobs, promote skills transfer and achieve national-based economic growth Ernest Nwapa, Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development Board (NNPC) 09:45 DOING BUSINESS IN NIGERIA – UK TRADE AND INVESTMENT PERSPECTIVE • Assessing the Nigerian market place and investment opportunities • A look at some success stories and case studies • Increasing Trade statistics through Partnerships Hon Patricia Kenneth Divine, International Trade Development Adviser, British Deputy High Commission Nigeria 10:30 COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK 11:00 SESSION RESERVED FOR SPONSOR 11:45 LOCAL CONTENT IN WEST AFRICA- AN INDIGENOUS CONTACTORS VIEW • An overview of regional operations • Insight into the local content challenges and successes • Insight into the view of a local contactor Ehimen Paul, Local Content Coordinator, West African Ventures 12:30 LUNCH AND NETWORKING BREAK 13.30 CASE STUDY: COMPARING MOZAMBIQUE AND EQUATORIAL GUINEA • Benchmarking Local Content development and capacity building • Understand the key findings from the study into two LNG projects • What key challenges need to be met? Deirdre E. White, President & CEO, CDC Development 14:15 REGIONAL BREAKOUT SESSION This session will drill down to the real issues of local content development throughout Africa and will give all project partners working within the region an opportunity to discuss, debate and dissect the critical developments in their regions and within their specific countries 15:00 COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK 15:30 UGANDA: AN UPDATE ON LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT • Insight into hydrocarbon development in Uganda • What policies have been put in place? • Assessing the successes in current partnerships Speaker to be announced shortly 16:45 ANGOLA: INSIGHT INTO THE LOCAL CONTENT LANDSCAPE • Insight into working and doing business in Angola • Insight into collaboration to address local enhancement • What is the current policy landscape? Grupo Mieres Angola 17:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: An opportunity to put forward your questions, observations and ideas to government officials and experts in local content in Africa. Key topics for discussion include: • Policy review and legislative development • IOC/NOC collaboration to address local enhancement • Creating proper enforcement models • Local content measurement and benchmarking Panellists to be announced 17:30 CLOSE OF THE AFRICA FOCUS DAY AFRICA FOCUS DAY Monday, 23rd September, 2013
  4. 4. CONFERENCE DAY ONE Register Today! www.localcontentsummit.com • enquire@iqpc.co.uk • +44 (0) 207 036 13004 08:00 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS 08:45 CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING ADDRESS • Addressing the global trends and key developments. What is changing in local content? • Looking to the future. Assessing the emerging developments in Local Content • Formulating Policy in Frontier E&P Countries Sheila Khama, Director, Extractive Resources, African Center for Economic Transformation KEYNOTE SESSIONS 09:00 SUPPORTING LONG-TERM GROWTH THROUGH THE TRANSFORMATION OF INDIGENOUS ECONOMIES • Analyzing the economic transformation of Africa, examining countries, themes, economic sub-sectors, and industries • Encouraging growth led by the private sector and supported by capable states with strong institutions and good policies • Charting the key steps to developing effective and inclusive strategies Sheila Khama, Director, Extractive Resources, African Center for Economic Transformation 09:45 A LOOK AT PETROLEUM AND LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT IN SRI LANKA • An overview of Hydrocarbon development in Sri Lanka • An introduction to Local Content policy and implementation • Supplier development and creating successful partnerships Eng. D T P K Withanage, Petroleum Resources Development Secretariat, Sri Lanka 10:30 COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK NEW HORIZONS IN AFRICA 11:00 UPDATE ON LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT IN GHANA • Charting the key steps to develop effective and inclusive local content strategies • Encouraging open communication between Government and the International Oil and Gas community • Addressing the challenges and opportunities in Ghana Emmanuel Buah, Minister for Petroleum, Republic of Ghana 11:45 INSIGHT INTO NEW HORIZONS IN THE TANZANIA • An update on Local Content developments to date • Building local capacity for active participation • A look to the future- What key challenges need to be met? Elias Kilembe, Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) 12:30 LUNCH AND NETWORKING BREAK 13:30 PANEL DISCUSSION: ADDRESSING THE LOCAL CONTENT CHALLENGE IN AFRICA This is your unique opportunity to ask NOC and government leaders from Africa about Local content policy development and current challenges Sheila Khama, Director, Extractive Resources, African Center for Economic Transformation Emmanuel Buah, Minister for Petroleum, Republic of Ghana Elias Kilembe, Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) FOCUS ON LATIN AMERICA 14:15 UPDATE: OIL AND GAS BRAZILIAN INDUSTRY MOBILISATION PROGRAMME • An overview of PROMINP (Programme for Mobilisation of National Oil and Natural Gas Industry) • Understand how it was developed in line with the needs of the oil and gas industry in Brazil • Supplier development and creating successful partnerships Paulo Alonso, Advisor to the President, Petrobras 15:00 AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS 15:30 OPERATING IN MEXICO, CHILE, BRASIL, VENEZUELA AND TRINIDAD &TOBAGO • Exploring the key challenges and milestones that have been faced • Supply and Demand Balance for Local Content • Pre-qualify Local Firms • Balancing Local Content, Cost and Schedule Jim Walton, Director of Strategic Planning, Fluor Corporation 16:15 LOCAL CONTENT IN THE LATAM REGION This is your unique opportunity to ask regional Local Content Leaders about the major challenges they have overcome to get where they are today. How they have achieved the results that they set out for to drive the success of their local content programmes. Paulo Alonso, Advisor to the President, Petrobras Jim Walton, Director of Strategic Planning, Fluor Corporation 17:00 CHAIRPERSON’S SUMMARY AND DRINKS RECEPTION Tuesday, 24th September, 2013 CASESTUDYPANELDISCUSSION
  5. 5. CASESTUDY CONFERENCE DAY TWO Wednesday, 25th September, 2013 08:00 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS 08:45 CHAIRPERSON’S OPENING REMARKS Sheila Khama, Director, Extractive Resources, African Center for Economic Transformation FOCUS ON THE MIDDLE EAST 09:00 LOCAL CONTENT IN OIL AND GAS IN SAUDI ARABIA • Assessing Local Content success in Saudi Arabia • Understand how the strategy developed in line with local capacity • Supplier development and creating successful partnerships Mohammed Radwan, Investment and Local Content Manager, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia 09:45 INSIGHT INTO THE LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT IN OMAN • An overview of the hydrocarbon industry in Oman • Aligning current Local Content legislation with project requirements. What are the challenges? • Understanding the constraints and challenges facing the industry Khalfan Busaidi, LCC Manager, Petroleum Development Oman 10:30 COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK 11:00 LOCAL CONTENT IN THE MENA REGION • Understanding the industry landscape in the MENA region • How has the Arab Spring impacted investment and local content development • Overview of market drivers behind the project and international participation Mohammed Radwan, Investment and Local Content Manager, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Saudi Arabia Khalfan Busaidi, LCC Manager, Petroleum Development Oman FOCUS ON EURASIA 11:45 FOCUS ON KAZAKHSTAN: DEVELOPMENTS IN LOCAL CONTENT • An overview of Local Content policy in Kazakhstan- exploring the key developments • Shaping the high tech industry in Kazakhstan using the advantages of international experience • Addressing the challenge of technology transfer and capacity building Albert Ni, Local Content Development Coordinator, North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC), Kazakhstan 12:30 LUNCH AND NETWORKING BREAK 13:30 BP AZERBAIJAN - CREATING A DISTINCTIVE CASPIAN PRESENCE • Insight into BP’s local content development strategy • Strengthening local supplier capability • Creating sustainable business linkages 14:15 INSIGHTS INTO EURASIA • A look into the Global Local content in the Eurasia region • Realizing the opportunity to provide training, capacity- building, employment and procurement opportunities to local workers and business during the construction phase of projects. • Assessing the regional development requirements. Albert Ni, Local Content Development Coordinator, North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC), Kazakhstan 15:00 AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS DESIGN, MEASUREMENT, METRICS AND REPORTING 15:30 LOCAL CONTENT PROGRAMME CONCEPTUALISATION, DESIGN AND EXECUTION • Conceptualisation of a Local Content strategy • Identification and assessment of Local Content objectives and regulations • Stakeholder assessment and opportunities identification • Design and execution of a Local Content strategy and development of managerial capacities and requirements and implementation elements Speaker to be announced shortly 16:15 OPTIMISING LOCAL CONTENT THROUGH EFFECTIVE MEASUREMENT AND REPORTING • Why measure and what to measure? Assessing the metrics of Local Content • Quality control, internal measurement & metrics: Integrate from start • Compliance: The balance between corporate / operational reporting objectives and regulatory framework reporting obligations Michael Hackenbruch, Principal Advisor, Urbanpol 17:00 CHAIRPERSON’S SUMMARY AND CLOSE OF CONFERENCE CASESTUDYPANELDISCUSSION PANELDISCUSSION Register Today! www.localcontentsummit.com • enquire@iqpc.co.uk • +44 (0) 207 036 1300 5
  6. 6. Register Today! www.localcontentsummit.com • enquire@iqpc.co.uk • +44 (0) 207 036 13006 08:30 REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS 08:45 CHAIRMAN’S OPENING REMARKS 09:00 POLICY DEVELOPMENT: IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE POLICIES AND LC STRATEGIES Anders Stohlen, CEO, International Development Norway 12:00 NETWORKING LUNCH 13:00 LOCAL CONTENT DEVELOPMENT AS A DRIVER FOR LOCAL ENERGY SUPPLY CHAINS Using local content to develop local renewable energy supply chains which serve site operations energy needs while contributing to sustainable development goals. Attend this workshop to: • Understand the economic argument for local energy development • Learn how to develop and implement a local renewable energy supply chain while maintaining commercial interests • Understand how to create and measure the impact of a Local SME development programme Jillian Lilico, Managing Director, Demeter Development 15:00 REFRESHMENTS BREAK 15:30 DESIGNING COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL SUPPLIER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN FRONTIER AND EMERGING MARKETS Workshop Themes include: • Presentation of CDS Local Content Benchmarking Survey results • Priorities in developing a supplier development programmes • The role of government in creating a supplier development programmes • The role of access to finance in supplier development programmes • Integration of supplier development programs with procurement and supply chain • Experiences implementing Enterprise Development Centers Deirdre E. White, President & CEO, CDC Development Solutions 17:30 CLOSE OF WORKSHOP DAY WORKSHOP DAY Thursday, 26th September, 2013 THE VIEW FROM THE SHARD London’s newest and most eagerly awaited attraction Prepare to embark on a multi-sensory journey to 244m (800ft) above one of the greatest cities on earth. Travel skyward in two high- speed ‘kaleidoscopic’ lifts up to where the view is revealed and London opens out before you… THAMES RIVER CRUISE Cruise through the heart of London Get on board London’s most exciting sightseeing tour, a Thames river cruise. From the awe- inspiring Houses of Parliament to the ancient Tower of London (with its gruesome past) and onto the Royal Palace of Greenwich, experience what the Capital has to offer while enjoying a carefree cruise along the River Thames. £50 HARRODS VOUCHER Our old times classic Pick up a £50 voucher with your welcome pack to spend at Harrods - the world’s most famous luxury department store. Your voucher can be used throughout the store – whether on luxury goods, in the world famous food hall, at the upmarket Champagne bar, or (perhaps if you’re feeling generous) a gift for your loved ones to take back home with you. CHOOSE YOUR VERY BRITISH BENEFIT! Early bird delegates will be able to receive an exclusive extra benefit when booking their place at the 2013 Global Local Content Summit. In conjunction with London's finest and most renowned venues, we are able to offer delegates that book and pay for their place at the event by July 26th, the choice of one of three specially selected "Very British Benefits".** CHOOSE BETWEEN: * Please note that on July 26th 2013, IQPC will formalise the bookings for these trips. Should you have a preference for dates in September, please let us know when booking and we will do our best to arrange this accordingly. ** To qualify for a Very British Benefit, payments must be received by July 26th 2013. Circumstances beyond the control of the organizers may necessitate substitutions to the Very British Benefit you receive. As such, IQPC reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised Very British Benefit if necessary. Any substitutions or alterations will be updated on our web page as soon as possible. 1 2 3
  7. 7. Media Partners Global Local Content Summit is attended by senior officials and decision-makers from industry, bringing together buyers and suppliers in one location. Focused and high-level, the event will be an excellent platform to initiate new business relationships. With tailored networking, sponsors can achieve the face-to-face contact that overcrowded trade shows cannot deliver. Exhibiting and Sponsorship options are extensive, and packages can be tailor-made to suit your individual company’s needs. Most packages include complimentary entry passes, targeted marketing to industry officials and executives, and bespoke networking opportunities. Other features of sponsorship include: • Prominent exhibition space in the main conference networking area • Participation in comprehensive pre-event marketing campaigns • Tailored marketing strategies to suit your organisation’s size, capabilities and individual requirement For more information and to discuss the right opportunity, contact us on +44 (0)207 368 9300 or sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk GrupoMieres Website: www.grupomieres.com GrupoMieres was born from the initiative of top executives, who joined themselves together combining all the main factors for success: Knowledge, Technical Skills and Entrepreneurial Mindset. Based in Luanda, Angola, GrupoMieres is the perfect entry gate for new companies facing market expansion or internationalization processes, and existing companies seeking a “full pack solution” in Logistics, Procurement and Resources. Combining more than 25 years of experience in Angola, GrupoMieres Angola can offer clients customized solutions for all their needs to reach the success in a market undergoing constant change and development Sea Trucks Group Website: www.seatrucksgroup.com The Sea Trucks Group is an international group of companies offering offshore installation, accommodation and support services to the oil and gas industry worldwide. From offices in West Africa, Middle East, Europe, S.E. Asia and Australia the group offers its customers a wide range of services from subsea construction and SURF solutions to accommodation hook-up and fabrication supported by a multi-national workforce of more than 2,500 persons. We design, build and operate a modern fleet of DP-3 construction vessels which offers previously unavailable versatility in offshore contracting. We combine this construction flexibility with a pro-active executing approach and style of services our clients value. We do this in a straightforward and transparent manner. Become a member of Oil and Gas IQ and receive complimentary resources that will keep you at the forefront of industry change, access to our growing library of multi-media presentations, an email newsletter updating you on new content that has aggregated news feed from over 1000 global news sources industry and special member only discounts on events. Become a member at: www.oilandgasiq.com Follow us on Twitter @oilandgasiq Like Oilandgas IQ For more information on the conference programme and speaking opportunities, contact: Luke Treacy, Conference Director, Global Local Content +44 (0)20 7368 9494 | Email:enquire@iqpc.co.uk SHARE YOUR IDEAS Start the information sharing early! Join our LinkedIn group ‘Global Local Content Community’ for networking ABOUT OIL AND GAS IQ MAXIMISE YOUR INVOLVEMENT: SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES Sponsors Register Today! www.localcontentsummit.com • enquire@iqpc.co.uk • +44 (0) 207 036 1300 7
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