Forum to help oil and gas companies achieve more efficient procurement

Attend the Oil and Gas Procurement Leaders Forum and review the benefits of different cost reduction strategies, models and approaches.

Attend the Oil and Gas Procurement Leaders Forum and review the benefits of different cost reduction strategies, models and approaches.

The oil and gas industry needs better implementation of information and communications technology (ICT) and innovation to achieve more efficient purchasing decision-making.

The oil and gas industry is under significant pressure to find productivity gains and cost efficiencies in order to improve their procurement outcomes.

Oil and gas procurement divisions are aware of the critical importance of innovation in achieving these better outcomes, but the majority of innovation implementation projects don’t achieve the expected results. Finding the right implementation methods is crucial and that’s exactly what oil and gas procurement professionals are struggling with.

The 2nd annual Oil and Gas Procurement Leaders Forum 2015, being held in Brisbane from 21–23 April at the Sofitel Brisbane Central, will gather key senior procurement and supply chain managers from across the industry to deliver strategic and case study presentations focused on industry-best practices to help you to continue to deliver value in difficult economic circumstances.

At the forum there will be keynote presentations from:

  • Clough Vice President Supply Chain Management Bill Antonace, who will share his experiences on how Clough managed supply chain challenges by introducing innovation; and,
  • Queensland University of Technology Associate Professor of Technology Management and Strategy Robert Perrons, who will analyse the important role of procurement in the oil and gas future technologies and how to achieve successful innovation and ICT implementation.

 

To register for the 2nd annual Oil and Gas Procurement Leaders Forum 2015 and for all sponsorship and exhibition enquiries, call Quest Events on +61 02 9977 0565 or download the full conference brochure here.

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