8th Annual Global Procurement and Supply Chain Management for the Oil and Gas Industry

Exploring Global Best Practices and Strategies for Competitive Advantage in Today’s Oil and Gas Markets

Supply Chain Management, Distribution, Logistics, Gas, Oil, & Petroleum

8th Annual Global Procurement and Supply Chain Management for the Oil and Gas Industry 29 Sep - 1 Oct 2014 Crowne Plaza London - The City, London, United Kingdom
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Developing a local content policy: Make local content a strategic competency within your supply chain management function

A local content policy (LCP) is a statement which communicates your company’s commitment to continually increase local content in its global operations and could be a differentiator in bidding or foreign direct investment competitions. Developing a local content policy will provide a step by step guide for creating a local content policy which then improves your organisation’s local content management capability and profile in jurisdictions where local content is a key economic policy instrument and will cover the following.

Workshop Moderator: Jillian Lilico

Company: Managing Director, Demeter Development

Why You Should Attend

8th Annual Global Procurement and Supply Chain Management for the Oil and Gas Industry

Maintaining best practice procurement and supply chain management is a core requirement for those operating in the oil and gas industry. As the industry continues to invest heavily in exploration and production, the need for a robust procurement function and supply chain has never been more important. Companies need to ensure that they are adopting strategies that can deal with the dynamism and complexity of today’s operating environments, as the management of the procurement function and supply chain can be used as the first line of defense towards business operations.

This marcus evans forum will offer critical insights into the contemporary issues surrounding procurement and supply chain management for the oil and gas industries. We will be discussing how to benchmark procedures that are critical in minimising large expenditure and delays whilst ensuring business efficiency. Focus will be upon equipping industry leaders with contemporary supply chain and procurement insights in order to remain ahead in this dynamic area.

Who should attend:

VPs, Directors, Heads, Managers, Coordinators of

• Procurement

• Supply Chain


• Purchasing

• Contracts

• Category Management

• e-procurement

• Legal Counsel/General Counsel

• Projects

• Acquisition

• Investment


• Oil and Gas Operating Companies

• Oil and Gas Contractor Companies

• Service and Solution Providers

Key Topics

Centrica outline the significance of risk management in driving a sustainable PSCM function

Explore the how Sasol Petroleum are identifying the value proposition of PSCM in today’s oil and gas market

SPEX Group identify how an effective supply chain future can only occur through an investment in innovative practice

Hear how Schlumberger are pushing category management to drive continual value creation within PSCM

OMV articulate how procurement and logistics should be working closer together than ever in an ever more competitive environment