Forum to discuss opportunities for lower cost operations in Australian oil and gas projects

Hear first-hand insights from senior procurement managers and benchmark best-practice cost reduction procurement strategies.

Hear first-hand insights from senior procurement managers and benchmark best-practice cost reduction procurement strategies.

Oil and gas companies are searching for competitive advantages through cost efficient procurement operations.

As a result of the falling oil price, reducing costs has quickly become the key performance indicator for all procurement and supply chain departments in oil and gas. Leveraging supplier relationships, implementing lower cost strategies and working more closely with contractors are just some of the options available.

Procurement and supply chain managers in the oil and gas sector are actively looking for better procurement strategies to help them achieve more cost efficient procurement outcomes. As a result, 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. These key personnel will deliver strategic case study presentations focused on industry best practices that will help to deliver value in difficult economic circumstances.

By attending the conference, you will have the opportunity to gain insights into how to achieve more cost efficient procurement outcomes by implementing the newest strategies within the oil and gas industry.

The forum will also welcome an international keynote speaker – Indian Oil Corporation Head of Procurement Atish Ghosh – who will share his experiences of identifying cost reduction opportunities while improving procurement efficiencies. He will also give an overview of different saving approaches, models and strategies through better contractor and supplier cooperation.

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 visit the Quest Events website to download the full conference brochure.

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