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National Content Day

31 October 2018

08:00  -  09:00

Registration & Welcome Coffee


09:00

Opening of National Content Day


Award for the 3rd National University Student Contest

09:00  -  10:30

Session 1: National Content Adding Value to Mozambique: Overview of the Latest Progress and Opportunities


Speakers

MODERATOR: Martin Hutchison - Managing Director - Energy Resources ConsultancyMODERATOR: Martin HutchisonManaging DirectorEnergy Resources Consultancy
Dr. Victor	Tivane - Director of Local Content - ENHDr. Victor TivaneDirector of Local ContentENH
Natalia Camba - Director National Content - INPNatalia CambaDirector National ContentINP
Stefano Saviano - ERB Sustainability Manager - ENIStefano SavianoERB Sustainability ManagerENI
Benjamin Cavel - National Content Manager - AnadarkoBenjamin CavelNational Content ManagerAnadarko
Adobea Quayson - National Content Manager Africa  - TechnipFMCAdobea QuaysonNational Content Manager Africa TechnipFMC
Anicha Abdul - Co-Founder - EPManagement ConsultAnicha AbdulCo-FounderEPManagement Consult

  • What is the latest progress in National Content initiatives?
  • How is National Content adding value to the economy and population?
  • What are the current threats and opportunities to deliver a real national content policy in Mozambique?
  • What is being implemented on the ground at the moment? What tenders have been made and what is the current status?
  • What are international companies implementing to raise competition locally? How the quality of local suppliers be increased
  • Matching the needs of contractors to the current skills on offer: how can a balance be achieved?
10:30  -  11:00

Networking Coffee Break


11:00  -  12:30

Session 2: The Role of Technology and Innovation to Develop National Content & SMES in Mozambique


Speakers

MODERATOR: Tiago Borges Coelho - Co-Founder - UX Information Technologies, LdaMODERATOR: Tiago Borges CoelhoCo-FounderUX Information Technologies, Lda
Ernesto Ramatane - Head of Directorate of Technical Development and Productivity - IPEMEErnesto RamataneHead of Directorate of Technical Development and ProductivityIPEME
Juscelina Guirengane - President - ANJEJuscelina GuirenganePresidentANJE
Ryan Froude - Country Director, East Africa - WorleyParsonsRyan FroudeCountry Director, East AfricaWorleyParsons
Ricardo George - Manager Sales & Business Development - ApplusRicardo GeorgeManager Sales & Business DevelopmentApplus
Sasha Vieira - Head of Enterprise Banking and Incubator - Standard BankSasha VieiraHead of Enterprise Banking and IncubatorStandard Bank
Simone Santi - CEO - Leonardo GroupSimone SantiCEOLeonardo Group

  • Financing options for SMEs: what mechanisms exist to support local companies to obtain certification?
  • Creating technology and economic clusters: how to maximise the benefits of the projects in the long term and post gas mega projects?
  • Technology and innovation to develop National Content and SMEs in Mozambique
  • How can energy policy in Mozambique drive forward affordability and access for all?
  • Promoting innovation incubators in Mozambique’s oil and gas industry
12:30  -  13:30

Networking Lunch


Hosted By:


13:30  -  15:00

Session 3: Panel Discussion – Bridging the Divide Between Skills and Education and Delivering Corporate Social Responsability


Speakers

MODERATOR: Martin Hutchison - Managing Director - Energy Resources ConsultancyMODERATOR: Martin HutchisonManaging DirectorEnergy Resources Consultancy
Ibrahimo Remane - President  - Association of Engineers of MozambiqueIbrahimo RemanePresident Association of Engineers of Mozambique
Prof. Dr. Luís Helder Lucas - Director of the Center for Excellence in Oil and Gas - Universidade Eduardo MondlaneProf. Dr. Luís Helder LucasDirector of the Center for Excellence in Oil and GasUniversidade Eduardo Mondlane
Gilberto Botas - Chairman - ANEPGilberto BotasChairmanANEP
M. Lucia MacIsaac M.A.Sc. P.Eng. - President - LearnCorp InternationalM. Lucia MacIsaac M.A.Sc. P.Eng.PresidentLearnCorp International
Eva Meignen - Senior Technical Adviser - Colleges and Institutes of CanadaEva MeignenSenior Technical AdviserColleges and Institutes of Canada
Phil Haymes - Oil & Gas Specialist. HVC Programme - Department of International Trade UKPhil HaymesOil & Gas Specialist. HVC ProgrammeDepartment of International Trade UK

  • Capacity building: what is the role of international companies in transferring knowledge ?
  • What requirements do international companies stipulate for local companies to be hired?
  • The importance of certification to ensure local companies access the projects
  • How are universities and private sector collaborating to ensure graduates acquire the right expertise and join the gas and LNG projects?
  • What are international and local companies doing to deliver a Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy in Mozambique?
  • What is being implemented to ensure the long term value creation after the projects’ lifespan?
  • How can the gas projects ensure a sustainable development and inclusion of the communities?

 

15:00  -  15:30

Networking Coffee Break


15:30  -  16:45

Session 4: Panel Discussion – Economic Empowerment of Women in Mozambique’s Extractive Industries


Speakers

KEYNOTE: Sansao Buque in Representation of H.E. Cidália Chaúque - Deputy National Director for Gender - Ministry Gender, Children and Social ActivitiesKEYNOTE: Sansao Buque in Representation of H.E. Cidália ChaúqueDeputy National Director for GenderMinistry Gender, Children and Social Activities
MODERATOR: Martin Hutchison - Managing Director - Energy Resources ConsultancyMODERATOR: Martin HutchisonManaging DirectorEnergy Resources Consultancy
Monica Chamussa - Head of Data Management & GIS Division - ENHMonica ChamussaHead of Data Management & GIS DivisionENH
Tracy Lothian - Mozambique Commercial Manager - ExxonMobilTracy LothianMozambique Commercial ManagerExxonMobil
Juscelina Guirengane - President - ANJEJuscelina GuirenganePresidentANJE
Natalia Camba - Director National Content - INPNatalia CambaDirector National ContentINP
Eva Meignen - Senior Technical Adviser - Colleges and Institutes of CanadaEva MeignenSenior Technical AdviserColleges and Institutes of Canada
Taciana Peão Lopes -  - Women in Energy NetworkTaciana Peão LopesWomen in Energy Network

2nd OUTSTANDING WOMEN FORUM 2018 Hosted By:


  • What is the Government and private sector doing to ensure women have the same opportunities to progress?
  • What can be done to make the industry’s environment more friendly to women and accommodate their needs to progress in the career?
  • How can female entrepreneurship be promoted and what are the support options?
  • The importance of economic empowerment of women in the oil and gas industry: what has been done so far?
  • The role of Universities in educating and changing the cultural mind-set to improve women’s access to the job market
16:45  -  18:00

Session 5: Win – Win Strategies to Promote a More Balanced Oi & Gas Industry in Mozambique


Speakers

MODERATOR: Taciana Peao Lopes - Mozambique Women in Network - MozambiqueMODERATOR: Taciana Peao LopesMozambique Women in NetworkMozambique
Sansao Buque - Deputy National Director for Gender - Ministry Gender, Children and Social ActivitiesSansao BuqueDeputy National Director for GenderMinistry Gender, Children and Social Activities
Marcelina Joel - Head of Legal Department - MIREMEMarcelina JoelHead of Legal DepartmentMIREME
Anastacio Chembeze - Director - General - IFPELACAnastacio ChembezeDirector - GeneralIFPELAC
Nilza Issufo - Advisor - ENHNilza IssufoAdvisorENH
Talumba Katawala - National Content & Communications Manager - TechnipFMCTalumba KatawalaNational Content & Communications ManagerTechnipFMC
Xiluva Matavele - Legal Advisor  - SASOLXiluva MataveleLegal Advisor SASOL

2nd OUTSTANDING WOMEN FORUM 2018 Hosted By:


  • How can women and men collaborate to ensure gender balance in the oil and gas industry?
  • What are the big employers doing to engage women and promote diversity in their workplace?
  • Which gender inclusive policies are companies in Mozambique implementing at the moment?
  • Mapping out the current initiatives are available to empower women in the oil and gas industry
18:00

End of National Content Day


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