logo #CWCMozambique 18 - 20 October 2017

National Content Day

2017 Programme

08:00  -  09:00

Registration & Welcome Coffee


09:00

Opening of National Content Day


Speakers

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: H.E. Jorge Penicela Nhambiu - Minister - Ministry of Science & Tecnhology, Higher & Vocational Education KEYNOTE ADDRESS: H.E. Jorge Penicela NhambiuMinisterMinistry of Science & Tecnhology, Higher & Vocational Education

09:00  -  10:30

Session 1: Latest Developments in National Content in Mozambique


Speakers

MODERATOR: Martin Hutchison - Managing Director - Energy Resources ConsultancyMODERATOR: Martin HutchisonManaging DirectorEnergy Resources Consultancy
Chivambo Mamadhussen - President, Department of Mineral Resources, Hydrocarbons, & Energy - CTAChivambo MamadhussenPresident, Department of Mineral Resources, Hydrocarbons, & EnergyCTA
António Macamo - Coordinator - Linkages Services – SPX Centre - CPIAntónio MacamoCoordinator - Linkages Services – SPX CentreCPI
Aníbal Mbalango - General Coordinator of the Tax Unit for the Extractive Industries - Mozambique Tax AuthorityAníbal MbalangoGeneral Coordinator of the Tax Unit for the Extractive IndustriesMozambique Tax Authority
Natalia Camba - Director of Inspection and Safety - INPNatalia CambaDirector of Inspection and SafetyINP

  • What are the latest developments in the local content legislation?
  • What progress in National Content has been made since last year?
  • What are the next steps and which impact the regulations will have in people and industry?
  • Which plans is the Government implementing to ensure industrialization and the creation of indigenous Mozambican companies?
  • When will local companies be able to integrate themselves in the value chain?
10:30  -  11:00

Networking Coffee Break


11:00  -  12:30

Session 2: Global & Commercial Key Requirements to Implement a National Content Strategy


Speakers

MODERATOR: Martin Hutchison - Managing Director - Energy Resources ConsultancyMODERATOR: Martin HutchisonManaging DirectorEnergy Resources Consultancy
Amilcar M. Ubisse - Judge Counsellor  - Administrative CourtAmilcar M. UbisseJudge Counsellor Administrative Court
Mariam Umarji - President - FEMME Mariam UmarjiPresidentFEMME
Eleuterio Mbajaia - Director of Studies & Statistics - IPEMEEleuterio MbajaiaDirector of Studies & StatisticsIPEME
José Chembeze - Vice President  - ACISJosé ChembezeVice President ACIS
Jafar Gulamo Jafar - Vice President - CACMJafar Gulamo JafarVice PresidentCACM

  • The projects are moving to a new stage once FID takes place: How much local workforce is going to be necessary to make the projects a reality?
  • How to align the resource needs with the available pool of knowledge?
  • What are the current timelines to hire local contractors and Mozambican workforce?
    What plans are currently being implemented?
  • Which action plan is taking place to ensure Mozambicans will be integrated in the gas value chain?
    What skills and needs have been mapped so far?
  • What main goods and services Mozambique is able to provide to the projects and which areas will be developed?
  • Which are the government’s priorities in the development of industrialization and creation of strong indigenous companies in Mozambique? Case studies from abroad.
12:30  -  14:00

Networking Lunch


Hosted By:

  • Exxon Mobil

14:00  -  15:00

Session 3: Panel Discussion – Enabling an Environment for National Companies & SMEs to Prosper in Mozambique


Speakers

MODERATOR: Florival Mucave - VP - Department of Mineral Resources, Hydrocarbons, & Energy - CTAMODERATOR: Florival MucaveVP - Department of Mineral Resources, Hydrocarbons, & EnergyCTA
Victor Tivane - Director De Conteúdo Local  - ENHVictor TivaneDirector De Conteúdo Local ENH
Neil 	Cathmoir - Contracts & Procurement Manager - AnadarkoNeil CathmoirContracts & Procurement ManagerAnadarko
Fiyona Guitunga - Commercial Assistant - US Commercial Service, US EmbassyFiyona GuitungaCommercial AssistantUS Commercial Service, US Embassy
Leonor Assunção - Partner & General Manager - InSIte LdaLeonor AssunçãoPartner & General ManagerInSIte Lda

  • Raising capital and funding for local SMEs and Mozambican companies: what are the options available?
  • How can the government create an environment that allows SMEs to prosper and participate in the Oil & Gas projects in Mozambique?
  • What role can internationals play in the development and creation of a strong network of SMEs?
  • What are the current opportunities for SMEs and local companies in the oil and gas value chain?
    How to find them and how to access these opportunities?
  • What are the key requirements to form successful partnerships with the international companies?
    How to meet their requirements and to ensure the quality they expect?

 

15:00  -  16:00

Session 4: Capacity Building, Environment Assessment & Social Investment: Developing the Local Industry & Communities


Speakers

MODERATOR: Martin Hutchison - Managing Director - Energy Resources ConsultancyMODERATOR: Martin HutchisonManaging DirectorEnergy Resources Consultancy
Elídio Tomás da Silva - Dean Faculty of Engineering  - Universidade LúrioElídio Tomás da SilvaDean Faculty of Engineering Universidade Lúrio
Hugo Costa - Project Manager - COMBO Project MozambiqueHugo CostaProject ManagerCOMBO Project Mozambique
Friedrich Kauffman - Representative German Mozambican Office South African - German Chamber of Commerce & IndustryFriedrich KauffmanRepresentative German Mozambican Office South AfricanGerman Chamber of Commerce & Industry
Juscelina Guirengane - President - ANJE MozambiqueJuscelina GuirenganePresidentANJE Mozambique
Americo Ntauali - Director of Operations - Pedreiras de Cabo DelgadoAmerico NtaualiDirector of OperationsPedreiras de Cabo Delgado

  • Collaboration strategies between international companies and the education sector to ensure Mozambicans acquire the right set of skills to work in the industry
  • How can National companies raise their standards in order to meet the International companies requirements?
  • What are operators and contractors doing to ensurie the hiring of Mozambique’s workforce and contract goods and services from national companies?
  • What recruitment policies are in place to hire Mozambicans to work in the projects?
  • Which social investment initiatives and plans are companies in Mozambique implementing?
  • How is the government developing the environmental assessment and mitigation plans in the communities and areas surrounding the projects?
16:00  -  16:30

Networking Coffee Break


16:30  -  18:00

Session 5: Panel Discussion – Outstanding Women Forum: Empowering Mozambican Women in the Oil & Gas Industry


Speakers

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Graça Machel - Founder & Patron - New Faces New VoicesKEYNOTE ADDRESS: Graça MachelFounder & PatronNew Faces New Voices
MODERATOR: Esperança Macovela - Director of Communications & Public Relations - ENHMODERATOR: Esperança MacovelaDirector of Communications & Public RelationsENH
Esperança Bias - Former Minister of Natural Resources & Mines - Mozambique Esperança BiasFormer Minister of Natural Resources & MinesMozambique
Tânia Munhequete - Administradora de Engenharia e Projectos de Desenvolvimento  - ENHTânia MunhequeteAdministradora de Engenharia e Projectos de Desenvolvimento ENH
Pam Darwin - Vice-President, Africa  - ExxonMobilPam DarwinVice-President, Africa ExxonMobil
Natalia Camba - Director of Inspection and Safety - INPNatalia CambaDirector of Inspection and SafetyINP
Sofia Cassimo - Member of Businesswomen & Entrepeneurship Sector - CTASofia CassimoMember of Businesswomen & Entrepeneurship SectorCTA
Taciana Peão Lopes - Managing Partner - TPLATaciana Peão LopesManaging PartnerTPLA
Jocelyne Machevo - Coral FLNG Project Interface Coordinator - ENIJocelyne MachevoCoral FLNG Project Interface CoordinatorENI

  • The Government’s vision in developing women’s role in the Oil & Gas industry
  • What is the current representation of women in the Oil & Gas industry?
  • What are the main challenges women face in progressing their career within the industry?
  • Collaboration strategies to empower women and develop their role in the gas industry
  • How can Mozambican women nurture and coach other women to integrate the industry and progress their career in the Oil & Gassectors?
  • What industry initiatives and networks exist to support women’s collaboration?
  • Building women’s capacity and skills: the role of international companies and universities
  • Which policies international companies have in place to empower women in their own organisations?
    What is being done in Mozambique at this level?
18:00

End of National Content Day


18:00

Outstanding Women Forum Reception


Hosted By:

  • Exxon Mobil

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