Abdulsamad Abdulrahim is a Tanzanian successful entrepreneur, patron, moderator and public speaker for various Oil & Gas Conferences. He serves as Director of Pietro Fiorentini Tanzania, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ocean Business Partners Tanzania Ltd, an indigenous multi-discipline consulting company in Tanzania and Founder & Vice Chairman of Association of Tanzania Oil & Gas Service Providers (ATOGS)
Highly respected, effective individual with high-distinguished record of ethical leadership, unblemished record and diversified experience in various industries. He possesses a Diploma in Hotel Management (Liverpool,UK), Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and International Economics (Manchester, UK), and completed Mini MBA in World Legal, Fiscal Systems & Contracts For Oil & Gas (London, UK)
Abdulsamad has exhibited an unrelenting passion for Tanzania as is evident in his activities. He brings people together by hosting public programs and private events featuring leaders and experts with diverse views on a wide range of global and regional topics through task forces, executive forums, luncheons, conferences, studies, and leadership dialogue.
The majority of Abdulsamad’s efforts involved strategic rationalization for international business development project and facilitated various business development projects such as $3.5 Billion Uganda-Tanzania Crude Pipeline, Power Plants worth over $700 million, number of energy and investment projects and facilitated number of partnership agreements.
Hon. Salama AboudTalib was born on 11 November 1963 in Zanzibar, she is a Minister of lands, Housing, Water and Energy in Zanzibar. Hon Salama has served as Deputy Secretary at Women Organization of Tanzania (UWT) from 2001 – 2018. She worked at United Nation as volunteer dealing with small scale women producers and processors in Gambia. She received Master’s Degree of Human Resource Management at California University 2009 – 2013 and Post graduate of Tropical Animal Production at Larenstain International College in Netherlands 1992- 1994. she was a Chairperson of Tanzania Association of Women Leaders in Agriculture and Environment (TAWLAE).
Official Address by the Tanzania Oil & Gas Congress Guest Of Honour
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Maarten GarvelinkVice President, Commercial & New Business Development - Sub Saharan AfricaShell
Vice President, Commercial & New Business Development - Sub Saharan Africa
Maarten Garvelink was appointed to the role of Vice President, Commercial & New Business Development - Sub Saharan Africa in 2019 and has been responsible for Shell’s business in Tanzania since July this year. Maarten is currently based out of the Shell Head Office in the Hague, the Netherlands.
Maarten joined Shell in 2002 and has held several positions in Shell in Finance, Commercial, New Business Development and LNG, including as Vice President Australasia for Shell Gas & Power in Singapore. Prior to joining Shell, he worked in investment banking in London and Amsterdam after studying Finance and Economics at Groningen University and the Free University of Berlin.
Maarten, a Dutch citizen, is married and has four daughters.
Mette joined Equinor in 2003 as a Principal Engineer and advanced her way into Senior roles in Equinor within Technology & Projects and Operations. Mette has held several positions in which she was responsible for the offshore and onshore operations of different Equinor’s Installations on the Norwegian Continental shelf. In her last role as senior Vice President Operations she was responsible for 13 offshore installations. She has also held corporate responsibilities within Safety and Sustainability. Before Mette joined Equinor, she was working within Research & Technology for Norsk Hydro. Outside Equinor, Mette has been a Board member for the Norwegian Petroleum Association (2016 – 2018), External Examiner at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (1997 – 2009). Dr. Mette has a PhD in Biotechnical (Polymer Chemistry) and a Master’s degree (M.Sc.) in Chemistry, both from the Norwegian University of Scienec and Technology. She is married with two children.
Dr Rajen A. Kilachand is the Chairman of the Dodsal Group, a multi-billion-dollar company based in the United Arab Emirates. From its Dubai headquarters Dodsal operates in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe, and is proud of its multi-cultural workforce.
Dr Kilachand holds an MBA and Honorary Doctorate from Boston University, where he a member of the Board of Trustees. After taking over Dodsal, a family trading company formed in 1948, Dr Kilachand transformed it from a US$ 200 million multi-retail business to a world-class multi-billion-dollar organisation. The Dodsal Group today is one of the leaders in the Engineering, Procurement and Construction sector, and has built its reputation on cutting edge technology, integrity and an unswerving commitment to excellence.
In 2011 Dr Kilachand was awarded the Global Business Achievement Award at the Masala Awards and ranked the most influential Indian in the Gulf. His reputation as a visionary business leader is only surpassed by his work as a career philanthropist.
In recent years under Dr Kilachand’s leadership the Group has diversified its portfolio to include Exploration & Production. The Group holds a concession in the East African country of Tanzania, where in 2007, it signed a Product Sharing Agreement with the Ministry of Energy & Minerals and the Tanzania Petroleum Corporation, for the exploration and production of hydrocarbons in the Ruvu Block.
Networking Coffee Break & Official Exhibition Tour
Session 1 – Industry Collaboration for Successful Oil & Gas Projects
Omar MitháCEOENH Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos,EP), Mozambique
ENH Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos,EP), Mozambique
Mr Omar Mitha (50) is a Mozambican national and holds a degree in Economics (1992) and post-graduate course in management. At an early age, he started his career as a teacher at the Commercial Institute (Accounting School) in 1987. In 1990, prior to completing his studies, he joined The Local Industry Institute (IDIL, Ministry of Industry and Trade) as a junior economist dealing with feasibility studies to assist SME´s tap a pool of funds at the one-time state owned bank (Banco Comercial de Moçambique). In 1993, Mr Mitha joined a consulting firm, Proinvest, which also encompassed a portfolio of businesses, like, an Exchange House, Consulting, and Agro-Industry. re Mitha was promoted to the positon of General Manager in 1995. In 1997, Mr Mitha joined Ernst & Young as a Consultant in charge of companies valuations for the purpose of privatization at a time when the state was downsizing its stakes across several sectors. After Ernst & Young, his career went into the investment bank, with the opening of the first Merchant Bank, BIM-Investimento, and was in charge of Mergers and Acquisitions, Project Finance and IPO´s, including risk analysis for big-ticket transactions (Deputy Manager). This involved Valuation, and financial modeling, including the entire process from the Data Room to financial closure.
In 2000 Mr Mitha was a consultant to the World Bank, within the Enterprise Development Project, on behalf of International Development Ireland (IDI), as the Competitiveness Office Manager with focus on SME´s in the industrial sector is intended to enhance the company´s capabilities country-wide. In 2006 Mr Mitha joined the World Bank, as an investment officer for the IFC office in Mozambique.
From 2008 and 2014, Mr Mitha was Millennium Bim´s Chief Economist and Investment Banking Manager (Research, M&A, Project Finance and Credit). The bank consolidated its position as number one in Mozambique both by asset value and market share. In 2015, Mr Mitha was appointed as Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade. In August 2015, Mr Mitha was appointed ENH chairman, up to the current time.
Francis has over 17 years of experience in public finance management. His expertise is in the area of strategic planning, budgeting, tax policy and administration, macroeconomic management, project finance and structuring, trade policy and regional integration, negotiation, project management, public finance management, energy policy and petroleum revenue management.
He is currently an Assistant Commissioner, Tax Policy Department at Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development.
He is a member of the Board of Directors Uganda National Oil Company Limited.
Nicholas Nesbitt is the General Manager of IBM Eastern Africa. He leads all of IBM's operations in 10 countries in the region, and has led successful IBM engagements in the private and public sectors.
Previously, Mr Nesbitt was the co-founder and CEO of KenCall, the leading and pioneering international BPO/call center outsourcing company in East Africa. Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan School of Business have both written case studies on KenCall, which are taught to MBA students across the world.
Prior to moving back to Kenya, Mr Nesbitt held senior executive positions in the United States at Qwest Communications, Schneider Electric and The Boston Consulting Group.
Mr Nesbitt is the Chairman of the Board of KEPSA (Kenya Private Sector Alliance), the apex body of the private sector in Kenya. He is also the Chairman of the Board of the East African Business Council, the apex body of all private sector organizations in East Africa.
He is/has been a board member of the Central Bank of Kenya, Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA), American Chamber of Commerce, AMREF Flying Doctors, Kenya School of Monetary Studies, Multimedia University and Gateway insurance.
Mr Nesbitt is an active member of the Young President’s Organization (YPO), a global organization supporting leading CEO’s.
Mr Nesbitt has been profiled frequently in global and regional media as a thought leader and visionary and has been a frequent speaker and panelist on entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership at conferences in Kenya and around the world.
Karim AyedCEOIndustrial Maintenance International (IMI)
Industrial Maintenance International (IMI)
Opportunities for collaboration and local content development across the region
Tanzania as a regional hub for power and energy distribution
Future partnerships in sharing facilities for the oil and gas projects in the region
Reviewing the infrastructure development opportunities in Tanzania
How can the planned infrastructure enhance project efficiencies in Tanzania
Linking the oil and gas facilities with the roads and rail networks necessary to move goods and services to these areas
Session 2 – Identifying the Opportunities Available in the Oil & Gas Projects Value Chain
MODERATOR: Hon. Sarah CookeBritish High Commissioner of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern IrelandUnited Republic of Tanzania
MODERATOR: Hon. Sarah Cooke
British High Commissioner of the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland
United Republic of Tanzania
Sarah Cooke is the High Commissioner to Tanzania since September 2016.
Prior to this role, Sarah Cooke was the country representative for DFID Bangladesh. She joined DFID in 2005, where her other roles included leading DFID’s policy work on economic growth & investment, anti-corruption and aid effectiveness. Sarah previously worked as the Deputy Head of the Commission for Africa Secretariat and as a Deputy Director in the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit in the Cabinet Office. In this role she lead cross-government strategy projects including development of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.
Before joining the UK Civil Service, Sarah Cooke worked in Guyana in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Solomon Islands as an Advisor to the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Commerce and as an Economic Consultant at PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
Sarah has a degree in Economics and a Masters in Development Studies.
Completed an MSc in Petroleum Reservoir Geology at the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in London in 1990 and worked briefly with Scott Pickford Plc in the United Kingdom. Returned to Uganda to participate in field geological and geophysical data acquisition as part of the petroleum exploration effort in the country.
Was Commissioner for Petroleum Exploration and Production Department (PEPD) between 2008 – 2014 and Director for Petroleum in the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda from November, 2014 to August, 2016.
Was a member of the Uganda Government team that promotes the country’s petroleum potential to industry with a view to attract investment in the sector and also negotiated Production Sharing Agreements with oil companies for acreage in Uganda’s Albertine Graben.
Chaired the working group which coordinated the formulation of a draft National Oil and Gas Policy for Uganda which was approved in 2008. Was also a key participant in the formulation of Uganda’s new petroleum laws which were passed in 2013.
Appointed to lead Uganda’s newly created Petroleum Authority of Uganda starting September, 2016.
A member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologist (AAPG), the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and the Geological Society of Uganda.
Recipient of the Global Pacific Award for Distinguished Contribution to the African Oil and Gas Industry, 2007.
Recognition for contribution to the discovery of oil by H.E the President in 2006.
Awarded the Nalubale medal in recognition of the contributions towards the development of Uganda’s oil and gas sector in 2016.
Salum ShamteChairmanTanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF)
Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF)
Salum Shamte is a commercial farmer. He has been involved in agri-business for over 44 years - 10 of which were spent working in the UK marketing agricultural produce. He retired at the end of 2017 as the Managing Director of Katani Limited, a sisal growing and processing company in Tanzania. The company produces sisal fibre through a smallholder outgrower scheme, and sisal cordage and woven products for the Tanzanian and export markets. It also produces biogas, electricity and organic fertilizer from sisal biomass residue and breeds heifers. Mr. Shamte also grows mangoes, rice, chicken and fish.
Salum Shamte has been Chairman of the Agricultural Council of Tanzania (ACT) – the private sector apex agricultural body from 2006 to 2013. In that period, ACT was actively involved in the preparation of the KILIMO KWANZA [Agriculture First] policy resolve which has put agricultural transformation at the top of Tanzania’s economic agenda. ACT also runs the Tanzania Agricultural Partnership which brings together private and public sector players to intervene in the agricultural value chains. It has been instrumental in developing the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania [SAGCOT] which Mr. Shamte Chaired from Inception in 2011 to 2017. Mr. Shamte has been, between 2010 and 2016, Vice Chairman and Board Member of The Southern Africa Confederation of Agricultural Unions [SACAU] a Body that brings together all farmer organisations in SADC.
Salum Shamte is The Chairman of The Tanzania Private Sector Foundation - The Apex Private Sector Institution organising the sector to speak with one voice. He is a Member of the Tanzania National Business Council, the Forum chaired by H.E. The President of the United Republic of Tanzania bringing together the private and the public sectors in Tanzania to address economic issues. He sits in various other public and private sector Boards of Directors locally and internationally.
Salum Shamte, 67 years old, has a Bachelors degree in Commerce and a Masters in Business Management. He has received various other training in agribusiness, marketing, corporate governance and management of change. He is married with four sons and five daughters.
Satish Meka is currently holding the position of Director Operations in Dodsal Engineering and Construction Pte Ltd, Dubai and he is responsible for Dodsal’s EPC operations in MENA region. He holds Engineering Degree in Industrial & Production and Masters Degree in Business Administration. He has 27 years of rich Projects execution experience in Oil & Gas industry as a contractor and an operator.
Satish worked in various roles of Project Management, Services, Controls & Construction Management backed by strong credentials and a proven history of on-time & budget and high-quality project completions from Conceptual study till commissioning. His Projects expertise are in the field of upstream offshore platforms, pipelines, umbilicals, onshore flow lines, midstream processing plants, downstream petrochemicals and pipeline transportation network in India and MENA region.
Satish was involved in development phase of Dolphin Energy Limited, which is a middle east regions biggest strategic project that brought three countries together, Qatar, UAE & Oman with a unique energy initiative with regular supply capacity of 3.2bcfd natural gas from Qatar to customers throughout UAE and Oman. His achievements during Project phase to execute Projects from Conceptual till Commissioning on time and bring the facilities to production which were remarkable in his career.
Satish also the recipient of several awards from the various organizations for whom he has worked in the past and best among all is receiving certificate of appreciations & unique contribution awards from Dolphin Energy for successful Completion & outstanding performance in achieving completion milestones on time during development phase projects.
Eskil has over 34 years working across the spectrum of exploration to production and projects in many of the world’s key Petroleum basins (Africa, UK North Sea, Gulf of Mexico, DW Brazil, SE Asia and Australasia). Eskil was born in Nigeria and spent his early years in Nigeria, Angola and Mozambique. He started his career in 1985 as a Field Seismologist with SSL, before moving to Enterprise Oil and, following their takeover, Shell International, ultimately as the Gulf of Mexico Exploration Strategy and Planning Manager. In 2009 he joined Marathon Oil as the Company’s Manager for Conventional New Ventures Worldwide and subsequently Apache Corporation as Director Worldwide Exploration and New Ventures Asia Pacific. Subsequently he was Head of New Ventures and Co-Head of Mergers & Acquisitions at Petrobras Oil & Gas BV. Prior to joining Wentworth in June 2018, Eskil was the CEO of Sterling Energy plc, a UK based, AIM listed independent oil and gas exploration company focused primarily on Africa and the Middle East. Eskil holds a BSc in Geophysics from Cardiff University and an MSc in Petroleum Geology from Imperial College, London.
John Schepis Global Director Resource InfrastructureAdvisian
Global Director Resource Infrastructure
John has approximately 37 years’ experience in the areas of engineering and project delivery for infrastructure in the hydrocarbons and minerals industry and also in the public infrastructure sector.
He has filled the role of Global Infrastructure and Minerals and Metals Sector Leader for the company for approximately 20 years. During his 32 year period of employment at Worley and Advisian, John has worked on many projects including the provision of strategic advice to projects, companies and Governments as it relates to Infrastructure, Oil & Gas and Power Projects. He has worked on many key projects and consultancies including the early concept phase through to delivery and continues to act as an advisor corporate sponsor and PEER reviewer in this area.
In the conceptual and early phase of project delivery, John has been responsible for regional planning and project precinct master planning of industrial and public infrastructure projects; site selection; port planning and design (including landside and marine facilities); onshore transport and site access and servicing; implementation planning; site early works; evaluation of existing infrastructure capability, process facilities integration; materials handling systems implementation; establishing basis of design for master plans and projects. He has been engaged by governments and operating companies globally as a key advisor on master planning and in support of negotiations with precinct users.
John has been engaged in varying capacities in numerous major projects including LNG developments Large scale processing and project Infrastructure packages, Pit to Port projects along with complex key marine and civil infrastructure packages.
Rod BransonExecutive Consultant, Capital Projects AdvisoryAdvisian
Executive Consultant, Capital Projects Advisory
Rod is an experienced Operations Manager, Project Manager, and Industry Advisor with some 40 continuous years’ oil, gas and LNG experience. He has an honours degree in Chemical Engineering and has demonstrated success in safe management of highly technical, hazardous and heavily regulated projects and operations across Australia, Papua New Guinea, Gulf of Mexico and Mozambique. Along the way he has gained practical experience with cost accounting, contracts administration, operational problem solving, engineering, leadership and people management. His experience has included direct involvement with environmental and social management plans and other stakeholder relationships. Rod has spent many years reporting to Boards, including seven years at Santos Ltd.
Rod has been a significant contributor to innovations & development of the oil and gas industry within Australasia including successful implementation of multiple technical ‘firsts’ in areas as diverse as gas processing, underwater inspection and remote areas oil production; his interest in application of STEM continues. He has been a member of the board of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Adelaide and is a Member of the Melbourne University Business School.
Latest developments and the opportunities ahead in the oil and gas business in the region
How to harness the current and potential future opportunities?
What needs to be implemented in order to boost future projects in Tanzania and the region
Which experiences and lessons can we learn from other projects? What knowledge and experiences can international companies bring to projects in Tanzania?
How will the future LNG projects look like? Lessons to be learned and pittfalls to avoid
Session 3 – Keynote Address: Implementing Best Practices in the Oil & Gas Sector
Ms. Kamuzora, is a qualified post graduate Water Resources and Environmental Engineer with on the job experience in; Compliance management, permitting, Rehabilitation, Facilities and Social Closure Planning and implementation, Health, Safety and Environment Risk Assessment, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Management Systems, Occupational and Environmental Monitoring and Auditing, Waste Management, Social Impact Assessment, Participatory Rural Appraisal, Social Engagement and Consultation, Implementation of Social Development Programs, Health and Safety, Project Management, Capacity Building, Water and Sanitation Engineering, and Water Resources Conservation.
She has 15 years’ experience in environmental management mainly in the extractive sector advising and managing environment compliance, and implementing environment and social management programs to local, corporate and international standards. She has also worked in both rural communities, operations setting and at corporate level implementing projects from policy, strategy, implementation, progressive monitoring and auditing to closure representing companies as main environment expert. In addition, she has been providing capacity building in health and safety, water and environmental management throughout her career plus managing capacity building programmes for stakeholders and graduates for a Regulatory Authority and international companies.
As the managing director of Vodacom Tanzania Plc, Hisham Hendi is responsible for running all facets of the business. He has a proven executive management track record and over 16 years of experience in the telecommunication industry, he holds a bachelor degree of Commercial Business from Cairo University in Egypt, a graduate of 2 executive programs from IMD Business School in Switzerland and London Business School in UK. He is currently a member of the leadership organizations - YPO and CEO roundtable in Tanzania.
Prior to becoming the Managing Director, Hisham was focused in transforming the commercial business, within Vodacom Tanzania, where he focused on launching differentiated consumer offerings that enabled Vodacom to gain market share over its competition.
Hisham is an expert in the consumer business, at Vodafone Group in London, he focused in growing partner networks consumer revenue across 13 different markets in Latin America, Europe & Middle East. He is passionate about digital transformation and how it has brought about the possibility of new technologies and innovation which continues to shape businesses in becoming “future ready” seizing its benefits for business growth while at the same time positively impacting our community. He has spoken on several events, GSMA, PMI Tanzania, SADC forums, Tanzania Innovation week and other International conferences on mobile money and digital transformation.
Collaboration strategies between international companies and the education sector to ensure Tanzanians 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 in hiring Tanzania’s workforce and contract national goods and services?
What recruitment policies are in place to hire Tanzanians to work in the projects?
Which social investment initiatives and plans are companies implementing?
How is the government developing the environmental assessment and mitigation plans in the communities and areas surrounding the projects?
What are the current plans for community inclusion and awareness? Lessons from other countries
Session 5 – PANEL DISCUSSION: Enhancing SMEs Participation & the Role of Technology Transfer in the Value Chain
Ivan is an experienced banker, Co-founder and Partner Bankable Tanzania.
He is an economist with an MSc Finance and Economics from Warwick Business School. He also is a Certified Financial Markets Dealer by ACI Financial Markets.
His experience in banking includes roles at Standard Chartered, NBC as well as Head of Global Markets at Stanbic. He has also served market development as President of the ACI Tanzania chapter 2013 to 2015 and also as a secretary to the Tanzanian Banking Association’s Financial Market Deepening and Development committee.
His firm Bankable is first of its kind intermediary that deals in advising clients through origination, structuring and placement of business financing.
Khadija MwendaActing Chief ExecutiveOcupational and Safety Health Authority (OSHA)
Acting Chief Executive
Ocupational and Safety Health Authority (OSHA)
Esther MmbagaAg. Director of Local ContentNational Economic Empowerment Council
Ag. Director of Local Content
National Economic Empowerment Council
Esther Mmbaga is currently the Acting Director of Local Content at the National Economic Empowerment Council. She has held this post since June 2016 and her roles include among others coordinating, facilitating and monitoring Local Content initiatives.
Prior to this position, Esther was serving as a Principal Legal Officer at NEEC and has been working in the Legal Unit of the Council since 2007. Before joining NEEC, Esther served as a Resident Magistrate at the Kisutu Resident Magistrates Court from 2003 to 2007.
Esther holds a Masters Degree in Corporate and Commercial Law (UDSM), is an Advocate of the High Court and holds a Bachelor Degree in Law from the University of Dar es Salaam.
Resty has 6 years of experience in the Oil & Gas sector as a Supply Chain Consultant. Currently, Resty is a Senior member in Equinor within supply chain, handling contract management, supporting building of capacity in oil & gas value chain and is involved in establishing and maintaining good relations with different stakeholders. Previously to Equinor, Resty has more than 8 years of work experience. She was a Payable and Inventory Manager at MIC Tanzania Limited (Tigo), a telecommunication company and a Financial Controller in a UK Donor Funded Project at The British Council. She is a member of three professional boards, The National Board of Accountant & Auditors (NBAA) in TZ, The Chartered Management Institute and Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply in UK.
Resty holds CPA (T) and MBA majoring in Supply Chain from University of Glamorgan (UK). She also holds a Certificate of Competence in Corporate Governance from The Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI). Resty has been participating in number of marathons and has a record of reaching Uhuru Peak - Mount Kilimanjaro. She is married with two children.
Mrs. Munguambe holds a degree in Economics from ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (2000, Portugal) and a Master’s Degree in Development Economics from University of East Anglia – UEA (2003, United Kingdom).
From 2013 and 2017, Mrs. Munguambe was Deputy National Director of Strategic Management of Human Resources of the State, at the Ministry of State Administration and Civil Service where she led the processes: of revision of the Subsystem on Public Administration Training; for the creation and establishment of new Governance Schools (capacity building of civil servants and leadership); of the publishing of the Public Servants and Agents Statistics (published every 2 years). In 2017 Mrs. Munguambe left the public sector to become a Local Content Officer at ENH.
Raising capital and funding for local SMEs and Tanzanian companies: what are the options available?
How can the government and international companies create an environment for SMEs to prosper in the oil and gas projects in Tanzania?
Where are the current opportunities for local companies in the value chain?
Buying and hiring local: how can Tanzanians services have the opportunities for business in oil and gas?
How to meet international standards? What certifications are required to win projects and get contracts?
Creating technology and economic clusters: maximising the long term benefits of the projects
Promoting innovation incubators in Tanzania’s oil and gas industry: the role of start ups
Ensuring compliance in the oil and gas sector in Tanzania: promoting best practices
Technology solutions to ensure the projects are competitive and cost effective
Which other examples can Tanzania learn from? Which are the pitfalls to avoid?
Tanzania Oil & Gas Industry Awards
End of Tanzania Oil & Gas Congress Day One
Drinks Reception at the British High Commission, Dar es Salaam
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