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Nigerian Content Seminar Programme

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08:30  -  09:30

Registration & Welcome Coffee


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  • Marine Platforms

09:30  -  10:00

Keynote Address: Consolidating Nigerian Content Successes and Outlining the Strategy for Increased National Capacity Over the Next Five Years


Speakers

Simbi Wabote - Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring BoardSimbi WaboteExecutive SecretaryNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board

10:00  -  10:30

Keynote Address: Vision for Nigerian Content that Spurred the Development of the Nigerian Content Development Act


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Senator Lee Maeba - Former Chairman of the Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources – Upstream - Federal Republic of NigeriaSenator Lee MaebaFormer Chairman of the Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources – UpstreamFederal Republic of Nigeria

10:30  -  10:45

Opening Remarks


Speakers

Chike Onyejekwe - GMD, Exploration & Production - Aiteo Eastern Exploration and Production CompanyChike OnyejekweGMD, Exploration & ProductionAiteo Eastern Exploration and Production Company

10:45  -  12:00

1: Securing Nigerian Content Growth Amidst Lower Oil Prices


Speakers

Dele Aikhionbare - Director, National Content Development - Schlumberger NigeriaDele AikhionbareDirector, National Content DevelopmentSchlumberger Nigeria
Obinna Ofili - General Manager - Finance and Accounts - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring BoardObinna OfiliGeneral Manager - Finance and AccountsNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board
Austin Uzoka - NCD Manager - SNEPCoAustin UzokaNCD ManagerSNEPCo
Norbert C. Oleah - Group Chief Executive - Technova Africa Group LimitedNorbert C. OleahGroup Chief ExecutiveTechnova Africa Group Limited

  • How has the lower oil price impacted Nigerian Content growth?
  • What strategies can stakeholder adopt to secure continued Nigerian Content Growth?
  • What key challenges must be addressed to position the industry for future rebound?
  • How can the Nigerian Content Development Fund be harnessed to enhance capacity development and prepare indigenous players for the next oil boom?
  • What plans are in place to increase collaboration between industry and academia to further develop R&D facilities for the oil and gas industry?
  • Can steps be taken to consolidate R&D efforts across the industry to maximise investment and resources?
12:00  -  12:30

Networking Coffee Break


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12:30  -  13:15

2: Creating an Enabling Environment for Nigerian Content Development & Growth


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Hon. Emmanuel Ekon - Chairman - House Committee on Local Content - National Assembly - Federal Republic of NigeriaHon. Emmanuel EkonChairman - House Committee on Local ContentNational Assembly - Federal Republic of Nigeria
Taofik Adegbite - Chief Executive Officer - Marine PlatformsTaofik AdegbiteChief Executive OfficerMarine Platforms
Akintunde Adelana - Director - Monitoring & Evaluation - Nigerian Content Development Monitoring BoardAkintunde AdelanaDirector - Monitoring & EvaluationNigerian Content Development Monitoring Board
Godwin Barika - General Manager – Nigerian Content Development - Total Upstream Companies in NigeriaGodwin BarikaGeneral Manager – Nigerian Content DevelopmentTotal Upstream Companies in Nigeria
Tunde Elesin - Vice President - Development - DeltaAfrik Engineering LtdTunde ElesinVice President - DevelopmentDeltaAfrik Engineering Ltd
Nonye Opara - Nigerian Content - Ponticelli Nigeria LimitedNonye OparaNigerian ContentPonticelli Nigeria Limited

  • Maintaining investment into Nigerian Content initiatives while reducing cost to remain profitable within the current business environment
  • What regulations are being developed to support Nigerian Content guidelines
  • How important are enforcement regulations to Nigerian Content implementation?
  • How will the relevant MDAs align processes to increase cooperation and further Nigerian Content implementation?
  • To what length is the NCDMB collaborating with the industry to develop an effective monitoring framework for Nigerian Content implementation?
  • How can industry stakeholders; government, industry and host communities, further collaborate to maximise investment into Nigerian Content implementation?
  • What lessons have been learned in the upstream sector that can utilised in preparation for growth in the downstream sector?
13:15

Networking Lunch


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