Nigerian Content in the Oil and Gas Sector

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. The course will benefit all nigerian content stakeholders and will provide them with the skills and knowledge needed to move nigerian content development forward. Delegates 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.

Suitability – who should attend?

  • Local Content Managers
  • Capacity Building Officers
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Supply Chain & Procurement Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Government Officials

Training Course Content:

  • 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
  • Building human capacity
  • Developing Industry capacity in nigeria
  • Building a global competitive supplier base
  • Technology transfer
  • The role of SMEs
  • Funding the environment
  • Nigerian content in procurements and contracts
  • Developing a national content plan
  • Nigerian content implementation

Dates
9th - 20th November 2015 / 7th -18th November 2016: London
23rd November - 4th December 2015 / 21st November - 2nd December 2016: Accra - Ghana

Cost
Two weeks training: £3,850
One week course: £2,200