11th Annual Global Local Content Summit
Start Date:21 Sep 15 End Date:24 Sep 15
With easily accessible resources dwindling, international oil, gas and mining companies are looking increasingly to invest in resource-rich, untapped markets. For many of these countries, straddling the task of providing a local content policy that attracts investment whilst protecting national interests is laborious to say the least. The question resource-rich nations need to be asking themselves is: a) Is our local content policy working? and b) How do we measure the success of such programmes?
Standard: GBP 1999
Speakers: Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, National Oil Company of Liberia, National Petroleum Institute Mozambique, Petrobras, Marathon Oil.
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