How effective is your local content strategy?
Most governments and international organisations would agree that this is not a straightforward question. In a recent survey conducted by Oil and Gas IQ, 43% of the participating governments, NOCs, IOCs, and service providers agreed that their current programme could be greatly improved.
Governments and organisations alike find creating, establishing, and measuring local content strategy a complicated task. With the current economic landscape impacting global investment projects, local content has become a center point for governments exploring ways to encourage investment that will in turn have a positive impact on socio-economic infrastructure.
Join us for the 11th annual congress, where figures at the forefront of local content development will discuss:
Global case studies from leading ministries, NOCs, oil and gas companies, policy makers, regional and international service providers: Hear from Mexico, Iraq, Mozambique, Equatorial Guinea, Tanzania, Nigeria, Brazil, Ghana, Egypt, Argentina, Saudi, UK, Sri Lanka, South Africa and many more.
Measuring success: Learn how your company can form and monitor robust local content strategies and frameworks/p>
What makes a robust policy and how can this be monitored? Participants will be encouraged to articulate what attributes make a strong policy and what actions can be taken to maintain policy
Hands on policy development: After hearing from some of the leaders in local content policy, learn how your country can develop your policy to attract investment while bettering your local community and supply chain