Nigerian Content in the Oil & Gas Industry
|Event Date/Time: Feb 27, 2012||End Date/Time: Mar 01, 2012|
The Nigerian local content Act is crucial to foster policies to encourage international and local players to fully optimise Nigerian human and material resources.
Under the new local content framework, companies need to establish themselves as key capacity builders to position and effectively use Nigerian content to create value, ensure technology and knowledge transfer and develop the local supply chain.
Ernest Nwapa from the Nigerian Content Development Board will also be a guest speaker at the course.
However, several questions remain unanswered:
How to comply with the new Nigerian content regulations?
How is the law being enforced and what are the sanctions?
How to monitor the local content progress in the projects?
How will organisations benefit from the Act?
What are the challenges?
What is the role of operators and contractors?
How will organisations create effective value and capacity building?
This 4 day training course will provide you with the answers to all of these questions and more by ensuring you acquire the right tools to implement your project, to boost your companyâ€™s performance and to increase local participation in the industry.
By attending this course you will:
Grasp the key issues in Nigerian content Act compliance
Use Nigerian content as competitive advantage
Pin point the strategies to pre-qualify for contracts, partner with the right companies and map the potential suppliers
Benchmark your strategies using international case studies
Avoid common pitfalls
Assess the key issues involving the development of local supply chains, value creation and capacity building
Please watch the video below which gives a general overview of the course:
To receive more information with the full agenda on the Local Content course please contact Alia Fakim on +44 20 7978 0085.