Nigerian Content in the Oil & Gas Industry – Lagos

Nigerian content has progressed since 2010 when the Nigerian Content Bill was passed. There have been successful initiatives introduced and achievements made but there are challenges that remain.
Following from the discussions during the NOG conference, CWC School for Energy is bringing an in-depth 4 day training programme to Lagos from 03-06 June 2014 which will assess where Nigeria is on the  National Content Roadmap and to determine how further progress can be made.

 Nigerian Content in the Oil & Gas Industry - Lagos

This 4 day course will benefit all Nigerian Content Stakeholders and will provide them with the skills and knowledge needed to move Nigerian Content development forward. Building human capacity, developing a more competitive supplier base to increase local participation, and local content strategy implementation, will be key subjects to be studied.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to discuss current examples and case studies to see how other countries have approached similar challenges and what the results have been.

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By Attending This Course You Will:

  • Identify and analyse the challenges affecting full Nigerian Content Implementation and how to address them
  •     Learn how to develop industry and human capacity in Nigeria
  •     Study the techniques used to build a globally competitive supplier base and increase local participation
  •     Understand how to implement, measure and monitor development of in-country value
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Who Should Attend:
    Local Content Managers
    Capacity Building Officers
    Human Resource Managers
    Operations & Logistics Managers
    Supply Chain & Procurement Managers
    Planning & Strategy Managers
    Project Managers
    Government Officials
    Legal & Contract Managers
    Business Development Managers

Course Outline

  •     Introduction to Local Content
  •     Nigeria: Setting The Scene
  •     Company Perspectives

    – The Role of International Oil Companies
    – The Role of National Oil Companies

  •     Case Study: Brazil – The Local Content Model

    – Nigerian Gas Master Plan

  •     Building Human Capacity: High On The Agenda In Nigeria

     – Developing Human Capacity

  •     Developing Industry Capacity In Nigeria

    – Building A Globally Competitive Supplier Base: Focusing On Community Participation In  The Supply Chain
    – Technology Transfer
    – The Role of SMEs
    – Funding Environment

  •     Nigerian Content In Procurements And Contracts

    – Procurement And Contract Strategy

  •     Developing A National Content Plan
  •     A Closer Look At Nigerian Content Implementation

    – Implementation, Measurement And Monitoring Of Local Content
    – Group Session: Local Content Strategy From A Company Perspective:

  •     Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Registration Method:
Interested candidates should contact:

Nazreth Kiflay
Tel:  +44 20 7978 0007

For online application, CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW
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