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25 Apr 2017: Getenergy Global 2017

7th - 9th May

“Connecting Leaders from Oil Industry, Education and Government”

Business Design Centre, 52 Upper St, London N1 0QH

Working Smart is attending Getenergy Global 2017 and is pleased to bring this exciting conference to your attention.

This Conference connects the oil & gas industry, governments and education & training to support the localisation of operations and efficiency driving business wide learning and development.

After 13 years in education and training for the oil & gas business,
Getenergy is uniquely positioned to deliver a forum where meaningful discussions and partnerships can be advanced around localisation agendas built on strong local supply chains, local education systems and government capacity.

There is a greater alignment between the interests of IOCs & Governments and interactive and collaborative workshops will set out to determine ways in which the more effective localisation of operations can be achieved.

With delegations attending from over 40 countries including Saudi Arabia, led by the Governor of TVTC, SPSP and NITI; from Kuwait led by the Head of Training at KOC and President of KPI; and Senegal including the MD of Petrosen and Permanent Secretary of COS-PETROGAZ (in charge of all oil & gas training for the government) as well as the heads of training for major IOCs – the event offers a business opportunity not to be missed.

If you are involved in any aspect of education/training or localization program within the Oil and Gas Industry, this global event should support your objectives. To find out more or register http://global.getenergyevent.com/
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For further information re the event, please contact:

Richard Harman
Corporate Development Director

Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7384 7938
Mobile: +44 (0) 7841 381 570
Email: richard.harmon@getenergyevent.com

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