Jul
24
Tue
International Oil and Gas Supply Chain Management Conference and Exhibition @ Eko Hotels
Jul 24 – Jul 26 all-day

International Oil and Gas Supply Chain Management Conference and Exhibition

Theme: Improving Supply Value Chain in the Upstream, Midstream and Downstream Sector of West African Oil and Gas Industry

Date: 24-26 July, 2018

Venue:  Eko Hotels Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.

The energy sector is divided into different segments, each with their own supply chain issues and challenges. The three sub-sectors include:

  • Upstream oil and gas, which includes exploration, extraction and production
  • The midstream sector, which involves the transportation (by pipeline, rail, barge, oil tanker or truck), storage and wholesale marketing of crude oil or other petroleum products. Pipeline vandalism, crude oil bunkering, non-functional rails system, oil tankers’ queue and blocking the road, truck accidents, delayed delivery and diversion of crude oil are among various challenges in the midstream.
  • The downstream sector, which incorporates petroleum crude oil refining and the processing and purification of raw natural gas, as well as the marketing and distribution of products derived from these source. Below production capacities refineries, selling crude oil abroad and importing refined oil to Nigeria, distributing through trucks, extensive subsidies investments by government due to fluctuations in foreign oil prices, incessant shortage of local supplies are among the challenges in the downstream sector.

Objectives

The conference would:

  • Examine the challenges of these sectors in Nigeria
  • Obtain a detailed understanding of the complete upstream oil and gas supply chain
  • Develop strategies to successfully integrate your supply chain activities across the value chain
  • Mitigate risk with sophisticated strategy development
  • Raise the level of awareness around the oil supply chain among key stakeholders in order to Facilitate positive working relationships and more informed decision making in Nigeria.
  • Explore Avenues for improving crude oil production, refining and domestic supply.

Topics

Upstream oil and gas, which includes exploration, extraction and production

The Project Supply Chain – the supply chain associated with building rigs and the necessary supporting infrastructure.

The Inbound Supply Chain – bringing in and staging the materials associated with drilling. These materials include drill casings, drills, water, drilling mud, and lubricants for the rig. In shale oilfields, materials such as water, sand, and fracking chemicals tend to be used in far greater quantities than in conventional fields.

The Outbound Supply Chain – the supply chain associated with taking away the oil and gas produced by the field. Here the challenges center around the fact that as traditional oilfields left production and were not replaced, the necessary logistics infrastructure withered.

The Remote Worker Supply Chain – many of oil sand fields are in extremely remote locations. Consequently, the oilfield workers work for two weeks and then have two weeks off. In some cases, workers are actually flown in by small plane to the site.

  • The midstream sector, which involves the transportation (by pipeline, rail, barge, oil tanker or truck), storage and wholesale marketing of crude oil or other petroleum products
  • Challenges of Warehousing and Inventory Management
  • Transportation of Crude and refined oil: Modes, Methods, Problems and Prospects.
  • Pipelines Management: Problems or Prospects
  • Challenges of Crude Oil Marketing and Sales

 The downstream sector, which incorporates petroleum crude oil refining and the processing and purification of raw natural gas, as well as the marketing and distribution of products derived from these source.

  • Oil Refining and Refinery in Nigeria: Opportunities and Challenges
  • Oil Process Improvement in Nigeria
  • Effective marketing and Distribution in the Oil and Gas Sector
  • Regulatory challenges of up, mid and downstream sectors.
  • Developing Supply Chain Management Processes and Framework
  • The Upper Quartile Supply Chain Management

Who should attend?

  • Chairmen, CEOs, Directors in Oil and Gas
  • Procurement specialists
  • Logistics & sourcing specialists
  • Category Managers
  • Supply chain manager
  • Supply Chain Experts in West Africa and the world, Investors with Interest in African Market, Organisations in the Supply Chain Management industry,

Who Should Sponsor?

Local and Foreign Investors with Interest in West African Market, Organisations in the Supply Chain Management industry, Financial Institutions, Export, Import and Tourism Agencies of Countries in the World willing to Woo Investors, Operators of Trade Zones, Oil and Gas Companies, Port Operators, Airlines, Manufacturers, Logistics Companies etc

Who Should Exhibit?

Local and Foreign Investors with Interest in West African Market, Organisations in the Supply Chain Management industry, Financial Institutions, Export, Import and Tourism Agencies of Countries in the World willing to Woo Investors, Operators of Trade Zones, Oil and Gas Companies, Port Operators, Airlines, Manufacturers, Logistics Companies etc

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES

Deadline for Sponsorship Interest: 24th March, 2018

 

Benefits

Platinum

Sponsoring

N3,500,000/ $10,000

Gold

Sponsoring

N2,500,000/ $7,000

Silver

Sponsoring

N1,500,000/ $4,200

Bronze

Sponsoring

N750,000/ $2,100

Free sponsoring of a panel with printed logo in the conference programme

(panel XY sponsored by)

 Yes

 

X

 

X X
Company Stand (8m2) (4m2) X X
Free participant

 

5 4 3 2
Company presentation In the printed conference programme 3,000 characters 2,000 characters 1,000 characters 500 characters
Seat on the podium and active participation in a podium discussion( depending on the format of the respective panel)     

Yes

       Yes

 

       X

 

          X

 

Add information material to the conference bag   Yes

 

        X

 

       X

 

          x

 

Linked logo on the conference homepage   Yes  Yes       Yes          Yes
Logo on the conference programme (dominantly) (exposed) (large) (Medium)
Logo on the list of participant (dominantly) (exposed) (large) (Medium)
Logo visible in projections in the conference hall (dominantly) (exposed) (large) (Medium)
Lunch/ Dinner/ Plenary  Sponsorship
Lunch/ Dinner/ Plenary  Sponsorship N1,500,000 / $4,000

 

N1,000,000/ $3,000 750,000 500,000
Free sponsoring of a panel / lunch/ dinner with printed logo in the conference programme

(XY sponsored by)

      Yes

 

     Yes      Yes      Yes
Presentation 25 minutes 15 minutes 10 minutes 5 minutes
Seat on the podium and active participation in a podium discussion( depending on the format of the respective panel)         Yes

 

        Yes   

 

       X

 

          X

 

CSR Award/ Plaque      Yes X X X

part of the package

X= Not part of the package

Exhibition Details:

Deadline for Exhibition Interest: 24th May, 2018

 

Showcase (Exhibition) – Standard Booth (3X3) A stand

N350,000/ $1,200

2 -3 stands

N250,000/ $1,000  each

 

Participation

Early Bird Registration 1 Dec 2017-  24 April, 2018 Registration After 24th April- 24 June, 2018 No payment at the venue
N50,000/$500 N75,000/ $750 Pre-register for the event

For Adverts, Sponsorships, Exhibition, Paper Presentation or Participation Inquiry:

emmanuel@dutconsulting.com , info@dutconsulting.com

+2348033746076, +2348189870109, +2348182704246, +2348182704266

Research Partner

www.oxfordbusinessgroup.com

Media Partners:

Partners:

header_08

CLASSIC ROOM

IOSCM-Strategy-Partner

www.ioscm.com

logo

http://esnetwork.net/  08035468563    ruth@esnetwork.net

logo_ISCEA

www.iscea.org

DUTPROP_LOGO

http://dutproperties.com/