The Noia Oil & Gas Conference 2021 is quickly approaching and Session Three offers a can’t miss expert panel discussion on the importance of achieving local participation in the supply chain.
Conference delegates will hear from Tracey Simpson, BHP Canada Country Manager, Petroleum, about the approach they have used to engage the local supply community.
Prior to her current role, Tracey was based in Houston where she was BHP’s Vice President Procurement, Oil & Gas and Technology, leading teams executing all category management activities globally for the two value chains.
Also participating in the panel is Zachary Kaplan, Founder & Vice President, DAI Sustainable Business Group. Zach is a global expert in supply chain analysis and will share what is occurring in the global industry. He has advised governments in Canada, Guyana, Ghana, Mexico, Mozambique, Jamaica, Tanzania and Romania on local content, as well as multinational energy companies Chevron, ExxonMobil, Shell, Kosmos Energy, Woodside, and Tullow.
Lori Ackerman, Mayor of Fort St. John, British Columbia, will discuss the impact local participation has had on her community and residents. Mayor Ackerman leads with conviction to educate decision makers on the realities of resource extraction, the economy, and the community.
Informative, timely and engaging, Conference 2021 will not disappoint.
Register today to ensure you do not miss this dynamic discussion.
Issued by Noia on September 2, 2021.