Summit Gathering Global Oil and Gas Leaders to Drive the Creation of In Country Value
As the global energy industry looks to create oil and gas wealth in the face of an ever increasing talent gap, governments collaborate with key stakeholders to uncover new strategies to create employment and foster technology transfer.
This year’s NOCs & Governments Summit, taking place 28-30 October 2013 at the Mandarin Oriental, London, will bring together global oil and gas industry leaders, governments and regulators under the Chatham House Rule to debate how a resource holding country can develop its local content strategies to create real in country value.
The high-level, strategic discussions will explore cutting-edge case studies from key countries including Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Ghana, Iraq, Brazil, Oman and many more.
Tracy Clark, Managing Director of The CWC Group comments “Building on the success of CWC’S world renowned NOC IOC Retreat series, this unique Summit will capitalise on experiences from across the globe and discuss strategies that will develop local content, drive job creation, and aid technology transfer; it will look to answer the definitive question: how can we best facilitate the shift from a focus on revenue generation to value creation in resource holding nations?”
The NOCs & Governments Summit will explore strategies to create in-country value and foster growth and development within resource holding nations. Taking place on 28-30 October 2013 at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel, London, the Summit provides a platform for an interactive format, offering the ideal environment for facilitating constructive, frank discussions between key stakeholders to develop crucial strategies required to drive the industry forward.
About NOCs & Governments
The NOCs & Governments Summit provides a unique platform for industry and government officials to come together and develop the strategies needed to drive the industry forward.