Wednesday 6th November
The African Local Content Forum drives strategic conversations which help advance socio-economic development across the continent.
Ethics and transparency: What are the distortions caused by local content requirements from both a government and supplier perspective. What can be done to mitigate these risks?
What can be done to ensure local content policies and programs are providing workers with the skills they need to succeed?
Issues in delivering on local content from the perspective of international, regional and domestic suppliers. What does and doesn’t work to elicit the good behavior?
What aspects of local content deliver the most value and how do we measure this? What data and market intelligence are needed?
Members of the global private sector wanting to support in the development of the African upstream
NOCs wanting to form new and sustainable partnerships with Operators
Local suppliers keen to discover how they can be included in the next wave of tenders, projects and contracts
Independents and service providers wanting to work with governments to shape and support the development of robust local content policy that will create stronger local private sectors, employment and capacity.