Bai Guangyu

Bai Guangyu

Managing Director BGP/CNPC International Nigeria

Bai Guangyu was born in Hebei, P. R. China in 1977. He joined BGP Inc., China National Petroleum Corporation in 1996, and after 5 years of working in the headquarter office, he moved to BGP Libya branch, where he started as an electrical engineer, and 4 years later was designated as seismic survey project manager, then deputy general manager of BGP Libya branch in 2013. In 2014, he was appointed General Manager of BGP Tunisia branch, to take charge of BGP business in Tunisia and Libya. In 2016, he was posted to Nigeria, now his present place of assignment, and he is the Managing Director of BGP/CNPC International Nigeria Limited till date.  

BGP/CNPC is a leading geophysical company in Nigeria with broad portfolio of seismic services to Oil & Gas Companies, including land & swamp & TZ & marine data acquisition, data processing and interpretation, reservoir study, MGE, IT, etc. For more than 20 years of existence in Nigeria, BGP/CNPC has provided services for most of the oil & gas companies in Nigeria, such as NNPC, SPDC(Shell), TOTAL, CHEVRON, AGIP, Exxon Mobil, Conoil, etc. As the lead of BGP/CNPC Nigeria, Bai is aiming to continuously provide firstrate services to all clients, to deliver the top-class quality data and results in a safe and efficient manner, to add value to the clients, to help clients to achieve success. 

Bai holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Science from Henan University in China, and Bachelor of Accounting from Beijing Technology and Business University in China, and he obtained an MBA from University of Houston, USA in 2013. 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 14:00 To 15:00

11/06/2019 14:00 11/06/2019 15:00 Suppliers’ Perspective on Effective Contracting Approaches to Increasing Local Content Delivery and Impact. The ability for Governments and energy companies to effectively leverage their supply chains is key to delivering on local content and economic development expectations. In this session, we invite suppliers to discuss what worked and didn’t work in the context of contracting and local content delivery. Key questions to be addressed in this session include:
  • What advice and lessons learned can suppliers offer to Government and energy companies in terms of effective contracting strategies and approaches to local content delivery - both in terms of worked well and what didn’t?
  • What specific initiatives did government and / or energy companies do which were particularly effective in helping suppliers prepare for delivering on local content expectations?
  • Does local content delivery always come at a financial cost and if so, are there ways to reduce this cost, can anything be done about it?
  • Will suppliers deliver on LC ambitions regardless of whether it’s built into Government hard, legal requirements, the ITT, and the contract itself?
  • What quantitative and qualitative ways can we measure and report on impact beyond just $ spend?
African Local Content Forum

African Local Content Forum

"Suppliers’ Perspective on Effective Contracting Approaches to Increasing Local Content Delivery and Impact. "

Bai Guangyu Kjell Garvik William Pollen
Time and date

Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 14:00 To 15:00

11/06/2019 14:00 11/06/2019 15:00 Suppliers’ Perspective on Effective Contracting Approaches to Increasing Local Content Delivery and Impact. The ability for Governments and energy companies to effectively leverage their supply chains is key to delivering on local content and economic development expectations. In this session, we invite suppliers to discuss what worked and didn’t work in the context of contracting and local content delivery. Key questions to be addressed in this session include:
  • What advice and lessons learned can suppliers offer to Government and energy companies in terms of effective contracting strategies and approaches to local content delivery - both in terms of worked well and what didn’t?
  • What specific initiatives did government and / or energy companies do which were particularly effective in helping suppliers prepare for delivering on local content expectations?
  • Does local content delivery always come at a financial cost and if so, are there ways to reduce this cost, can anything be done about it?
  • Will suppliers deliver on LC ambitions regardless of whether it’s built into Government hard, legal requirements, the ITT, and the contract itself?
  • What quantitative and qualitative ways can we measure and report on impact beyond just $ spend?
African Local Content Forum
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African Local Content Forum

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