Johannesburg, South Africa, June 28, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Neoedge is headlining this year's line-up of oil and gas events with “Local Content Development in the Oil & Gas Industry,” happening on the 21st to 24th July at the Holiday Inn Sandton, Rivonia Road, Johannesburg, South Africa.
The upcoming event will gather delegates from various organisations assuming different roles, to discuss and explore local content. Neoedge has come up with the course that is going to focus squarely on the need to tackle local content in regard to the present need of the industry.
The aim of the event is to focus on the dynamics of the relationships between the various actors in an oil and gas value chain. Neoedge believes that collaboration will be the key in the success of local content.
The trainer of the workshop is Harry Pastuszek, a Bar-accredited attorney with a specific focus on International Business Transactions. He earned his Juris Doctorate at George Mason University and his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics at Wake Forest University, both in the United States of America.
Currently, he is the Vice President at PYXERA Global, handling its Enterprise and Community Development team. PYXERA Global is one of the world’s leading implementers of enterprise development programming targeting local content development in the oil and gas industry. PYXERA Global is currently implementing multi-year local content programs in Mozambique and Ghana and has recently completed short-term assignments on behalf of oil and gas clients in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon.
Attendee profiles relevant to the Local Content Development & Implementation in the Oil & Gas Industry:
Industry Lawyers, Legal experts/Directors
Also Human Resource Departments
Organisation to be involved in the event:
National Oil Corporation
International Oil Corporation
Service Oil Corporation
Independent Exploration & Production Companies
Logistic, Transportation & Infrastructure Companies
Investment banks / Investors / financiers / VC / Funds
Insurance / Risk management companies