The Association of Petroleum Service Companies (aecipa) promotes local content as a strategic tool for scaling-up oil and gas operations in Angola.
Implemented local content policies in Angola create opportunities for local companies by offering regulatory support and market accessibility.
Woodside Energy offered an update on the Sangomar Field Development during a local content optimization panel session at MSGBC 2023.
As the MSGBC region approaches first gas production next year, the inclusion and development of the local workforce has emerged as a top priority and will be explored at the upcoming MSGBC Oil, Gas & Power conference next month.
During the second day of the Angola Oil & Gas 2023 conference, a panel explored the strategic role of local content in Angola, with collaboration and investment identified as integral components.
A high-level panel of energy stakeholders emphasized the need to build capacity among youth in South Sudan, which is home to one of the world’s fastest-growing populations.
Khroumbaly Lehbib, advisor in charge of upstream hydrocarbons at the Ministry of Petroleum, Mines, and Energy of Mauritania, talks about building pipelines, advancing local content, and financing the transition from blue to green energy.
Ahead of African Energy Week 2023, the Invest in African Energy Forum in Paris featured a discussion on the changing relationship between African energy producers and global stakeholders triggered by new focus on local content.
Namibia’s Ministry of Mines and Energy launched its two-day stakeholder workshop in Windhoek on Thursday, seeking input on the country’s drafted National Upstream Petroleum Local Content Policy.