The Uganda & Tanzania Localisation Forum will be held in Kampala, Uganda on the 22-23rd January 2018, in partnership with the Uganda Chamber of Mines & Petroleum. Bringing together chief decision makers across government, the oil and gas industry, education and training the forum will advance productive discussions and form practical action plans for local skills and supply chain development in each country.
As the Hoima-Tanga pipeline project progresses with speed, there is an immediate need for skilled local workers and suppliers to meet local content targets – an agreement shared between Uganda and Tanzania, strengthening collaboration between the two countries. At the same time, onshore upstream and refinery projects in Uganda and the LNG project in Tanzania progress, compounding skills and supplier shortages.
To this end, we see no better time to hold the Uganda & Tanzania Localisation Forum as a means of focusing minds, fostering collaboration and engaging international education & training partners to support Uganda & Tanzania meet the local potential of their oil and gas resources.
Key areas of discussion will include:
• Maximising the potential of oil and gas investments for the Ugandan & Tanzanian national economies through developing local skills and suppliers
• Mapping out skills needs across the lifecycle of projects – upstream, pipeline and refinery
• Solutions for scaling up skills development, especially at the TVET level
• Transferable skills and cross-sector initiatives e.g. logistics, transport
• Harnessing university graduates for technical roles
• Engaging women and youth into employment and supply chain opportunities
• Identifying key sectors for local suppliers
• Building awareness of opportunities and access to information for local suppliers
• Access to financial services for SMEs and improving access to market
• Mentoring for local companies and suppliers
• Engaging local communities
If you would like any more information on the event, please do not hesitate one of the Getenergy team:
For programme enquiries:
Virginia Baker, Global & sub-Saharan Africa Director, Getenergy
For sponsorship enquiries:
Richard Harmon, Corporate Development Director, Getenergy
10 Reasons to Sponsor, Exhibit and Attend in 2018:
- High level of Government support and participation from across the Sub-Saharan Africa region including Tanzania, Uganda and Mozambique.
- Supported by major IOCs across the region
- Uncover partnership opportunities with local institutions across the region for capacity building, skills and supply chain development initiatives
- Explore opportunities to work with the development community and foreign aid investors to deliver their skills and supply chain initiatives
- Gain strategic insight into localisation trends, pain points and where further investment and specialist support is needed to position your own solutions and offerings to the market and increase your ROI
- Timing – Getenergy Africa 2016 is being held at a crucial time for many projects across Sub-Saharan Africa as host governments implement new and recently formed local content legislation, PSAs and HGAs are negotiated, all against a backdrop of political pressure to deliver meaningful national development from hydrocarbon resources.
- Small Learning Arena offering exclusivity for training providers, accreditation bodies and education institutions exhibiting
- Getenergy’s connection service offers personal introductions and one to one meetings with your chosen top business prospects at the event
- Extensive networking opportunities with eight scheduled networking breaks and evening events
- Getenergy’s exchange format speaker programme presents significant opportunity for the audience to offer their own perspectives and solutions to the discussion.
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