logo #CWCNOG DMGENOG 9–12 November 2020

Full Programme

Nigeria Oil & Gas Conference 2018

Nigerian Content Seminar - 2nd July 2018


Conference Day One | Conference Day Two

09:30  -  10:50

Welcome Coffee


Hosted By


10:50  -  11:00

Welcome Address


Speakers

Wemimo Oyelana - Vice President - Production - CWC Group LtdWemimo OyelanaVice President - ProductionCWC Group Ltd

11:00  -  11:20

Keynote Address


Speakers

Engr. Ahmadu-Kida Musa - Deputy Managing Director - Deep Water District - Total E&P Nigeria LtdEngr. Ahmadu-Kida MusaDeputy Managing Director - Deep Water DistrictTotal E&P Nigeria Ltd

11:20  -  11:40

Nigerian Content Seminar Opening Address


Speakers

Engr Simbi Wabote - Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)Engr Simbi WaboteExecutive SecretaryNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)

11:40  -  13:00

Session 1: Expanding Nigeria’s Technical Capabilities for the Oil & Gas Industry


Speakers

Dr Bello Gusau - Executive Secretary - Petroleum Technology Development FundDr Bello GusauExecutive SecretaryPetroleum Technology Development Fund
Prof. Wumi Iledare - Chirota & Emmanuel Egbogah Distinguished Professor & Director - Emerald Energy Institute, Uniport, NigeriaProf. Wumi IledareChirota & Emmanuel Egbogah Distinguished Professor & DirectorEmerald Energy Institute, Uniport, Nigeria
Patrick Daziba Obah - Director - Planning, Research & Statistics - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)Patrick Daziba ObahDirector - Planning, Research & StatisticsNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)
Olanrewaju Olawuyi - General Manager Nigerian Content Development - Shell Companies in NigeriaOlanrewaju OlawuyiGeneral Manager Nigerian Content DevelopmentShell Companies in Nigeria
Ola Sorunke-Williams - Head of Energy - West Africa - UK Department for International TradeOla Sorunke-WilliamsHead of Energy - West AfricaUK Department for International Trade

  • Outlining new milestones have been achieved in domestic human and technical capacity development over the last 12 months?
  • To what degree are the Government, academia and the private sector collaborating to develop the necessary technical capabilities of graduates? Progress Update: Adopt-A-Faculty and Training Centres of Excellence.
  • Parallel to the technical capabilities of graduates, what efforts are being made to ensure they are job ready?
  • How are OEM representatives being supported to domicile new technical capacities in country?
  • Through R&D, what technical gaps have been identified in the sector? What strategies are in place to take advantage of the ‘quick wins’?

Questions & Answers

13:00  -  14:20

Networking Lunch Break


14:20  -  15:40

Session 2: Nigerian Content – Indigenous Players Perspective


Speakers

MODERATOR: Taofik Adegbite - Chief Executive Officer - Marine PlatformsMODERATOR: Taofik AdegbiteChief Executive OfficerMarine Platforms
Godwin Izomor - Group Managing Director - MG VOWGAS GROUPGodwin IzomorGroup Managing DirectorMG VOWGAS GROUP
Iroghama B. Obuoforibo - Chief Operating Officer - Starzs Investments Company LtdIroghama B. ObuoforiboChief Operating OfficerStarzs Investments Company Ltd
Hugo Chambel - Head of Region for West Africa - LeonardoHugo ChambelHead of Region for West AfricaLeonardo
Naboth Onyesoh - Manager Corporate Communications - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)Naboth OnyesohManager Corporate CommunicationsNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)
Pade Durotoye - Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer - NigerdockPade DurotoyeManaging Director & Chief Executive OfficerNigerdock

  • During lulls in industry activities, how can developed capacity be managed to mitigate loss of investment?
  • What opportunities are being explored regionally and what more needs to be done to take Nigerian goods and services to the region?
  • What opportunities lie in allegiance formation of local service companies to develop a strong capacity base? Are these being adequately explored and exploited?

Questions & Answers

15:40  -  17:00

Session 3: Maintaining Adequate Nigerian Content Compliance & Enforcement Measures


Speakers

Victor Ude - Group Chief Executive Officer - Vurin GroupVictor UdeGroup Chief Executive OfficerVurin Group
Dr Dakuku Peterside - Director General - NIMASADr Dakuku PetersideDirector GeneralNIMASA
Rose Chukwuonwe - Coordinator - Legal Services - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)Rose ChukwuonweCoordinator - Legal ServicesNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)
Akintude Adelana - Director - Monitoring & Evaluation - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)Akintude AdelanaDirector - Monitoring & EvaluationNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)

  • To what lengths have the NCDMB’s enforcement and compliance templates been simplified?
  • How have 3rd party compliance and monitoring systems been strengthened?
  • What plans are in place to develop the framework for monitoring Nigerian Content compliance within the midstream and downstream subsectors?
  • How is the NCDMB collaborating with NIMASA to harmonise marine categorisation standards?
  • How much progress has been made to further sensitise judges in preparation for non-compliance court cases?

Questions & Answers

17:00  -  17:15

Nigerian Content Seminar Closing Remarks


Speakers

Engr Simbi Wabote - Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)Engr Simbi WaboteExecutive SecretaryNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)

19:00  -  22:00

Gala Dinner


Location: Transcorp Hilton Hotel (Congress Hall)

Conference Day One - 3rd July 2018


Nigeria Content Day | Conference Day Two

14:45  -  16:10

Session 3: Positioning Nigeria as the Preferred Destination in Africa for Investment through Legislation & Policy


Speakers

Theophilus Emuwa - Managing Partner - AelexTheophilus EmuwaManaging PartnerAelex
Senator Donald Omotayo Alasoadura - Chairman - Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources (Upstream) - National Assembly - Federal Republic of Nigeria*Senator Donald Omotayo AlasoaduraChairman - Senate Committee on Petroleum Resources (Upstream)National Assembly - Federal Republic of Nigeria*
Hon. Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu - Minister of State for Petroleum Resources - Federal Republic of Nigeria*Hon. Dr. Emmanuel Ibe KachikwuMinister of State for Petroleum ResourcesFederal Republic of Nigeria*
Engr Simbi Wabote - Executive Secretary - Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)Engr Simbi WaboteExecutive SecretaryNigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board (NCDMB)
Osagie Okunbor - Country Chair & Managing Director - Shell Companies in NigeriaOsagie OkunborCountry Chair & Managing DirectorShell Companies in NigeriaShell Companies in Nigeria*
Ademola Adeyemi-Bero - Managing Director - First E&PAdemola Adeyemi-BeroManaging DirectorFirst E&PChairmanIndigenous Petroleum Producers Group (IPPG)

  • How can policy unlock the oil and gas potential of the Nigerian oil and gas industry to spur sustainable development and growth?
  • How will the current PSC terms be impacted by the PIB as it currently stands?
  • How will the PIB impact current agreements and the investors’ appetite for the Nigerian oil and gas industry?
  • What is needed to create an enabling environment to encourage gas exploration and production?

Questions & Answers

16:10  -  16:30

Networking Coffee Break


Hosted By


16:30  -  17:45

Session 4: Maximising Nigeria’s Gas Potential


Speakers

MODERATOR: Dr David Ige - Former Group Executive Director – Gas & Power - NNPCMODERATOR: Dr David IgeFormer Group Executive Director – Gas & PowerNNPC
Senator Bassey Albert Akpan - Chairman - Senate Committee on Gas - National Assembly - Federal Republic of Nigeria*Senator Bassey Albert AkpanChairman - Senate Committee on GasNational Assembly - Federal Republic of Nigeria*
Saidu A. Mohammed - Chief Operating Officer – Gas & Power - NNPCSaidu A. MohammedChief Operating Officer – Gas & PowerNNPC
Ed Ubong - Managing Director - Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG)Ed UbongManaging DirectorShell Nigeria Gas (SNG)

  • Outlining Nigeria’s gas potential within the global energy market - where are we and where do we want to be in 30 years?
  • Commercialising Nigeria’s gas: strategies to develop a domestic market and export internationally
  • What incentives are government proposing to spur the development of midstream gas?
  • What strategies are in place to attract investments into the eradication of residual gas flaring?
  • What achievements have been made in gas monetisation – what strategies and projects have been adopted?

Questions & Answers

17:45  -  19:00

End of Conference Day One & Networking Drinks Reception


Hosted By


Location: Nicon Luxury Hotel

19:00  -  22:00

Gala Dinner


Hosted By


Location: Transcorp Hilton Hotel (Congress Hall)

Conference Day Two - 4th July 2018


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