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Dates Location Tuition Register
Dec 18 - 20, 2017 Rueil 2,980 €
Online By email
Dec 17 - 19, 2018 Rueil 3,020 €
Online By email
Who should attend?

Audience

    • Managers from the Oil & Gas public sector (NOCs, regulation authorities, ministries) or from IOCs having to deal or operate under a “Local Content” environment and contractual provisions.

Level

  • Proficiency
  • To master the implications of Local Content provisions over the execution of an oil field development project, mainly in terms of procurement and personnel management.
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completing the course, participants will be able to:
  • identify the key-factors in the Local Content provisions applicable to a given contractual context, and assess their impact over the execution of an oil field development project,
  • participate in the elaboration of a Local Content Management Plan,
  • take part in a procurement contract tendering, negotiation and follow-up,
  • take into account the impacts of LC provisions on workforce management.
Course Content

WHAT IS “LOCAL CONTENT”?

0.5 day

  • Context and current overview.
  • Typology of Local Content provisions applicable in the Oil & Gas business: goods and services, workforce, know-how and technology transfer.
  • Challenges and opportunities.

THE LOCAL CONTENT MANAGEMENT PLAN (LCMP)

1 day

  • Contractual strategy.
  • Key-factor and associated risks.
  • Setting up and management of a LCMP.

CONSEQUENCES OF LC PROVISIONS ON THE EXECUTION OF A PROCUREMENT CONTRACT

1 day

  • Contractual strategy including impact on Oil & Gas contracts.
  • Tendering process.
  • Recommendation & awarding.
  • Execution - Control.
  • Links with maintenance and exploitation.

IMPACT OF LC PROVISIONS ON WORKFORCE MANAGEMENT

0.5 day

  • Employment.
  • Training and education.
Ways & Means
  • Course delivered by experts in the field of Local Content management in the Oil & Gas business.
  • Practical case-study on a procurement contract.