Localisation, education and training for the global oil and gas industry

getenergyThe event will discuss success factors for achieving a localised model in the lower for longer oil price environment. (Image source: mosista/Shutterstock)How localisation can play a significant role in minimising the non-technical risks of E&P investments will be a key question to be answered at the 2017 Getenergy Global meeting on the 8-9 May in London

Under the current oil price conditions, investments in oil and gas projects demand a far closer degree of scrutiny. For operators, a closer relationship with government in terms of negotiating regulations which support localisation initiatives and strengthen internationally acceptable local suppliers and a skilled local workforce, give investors a real economic and political advantage. 

Supported by governments across the world, including Colombia, Mexico, Senegal, Ghana, Uganda, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Mozambique, Getenergy Global will include a series of interactive two hour workshops on themes of local skills and enterprise development, opportunities for international partnerships and a series of country/regional focused workshops including East Africa, Mexico & Colombia, MSGBC, Ghana & Namibia.

The speaker panel will be led by TVTC Saudi Arabia, BP, KOC, Ecopetrol, SENER Mexico, GNPC, Total, UNOC and many more. 

For a copy of the full programme, see http://global.getenergyevent.com/brochure/

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