Procurement Leaders Forum to address low oil price challenges

Brisbane will host senior procurement stakeholders and leaders.

Brisbane will host senior procurement stakeholders and leaders.

The oil and gas industry need new strategies in order to achieve new cost reduction targets.

The oil price crash has ramifications for every oil and gas procurement division. Oil and gas producers and contractors are dealing with lower budgets, redundancies, restructuring and project delays or closures.

In the last six months, 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.

The 2nd annual oil and gas Procurement Leaders Forum 2015 in Brisbane starts next week on 21 April, and will gather key senior procurement and supply chain managers from across the industry to deliver strategic insights and case study presentations focused on industry best practices to help you to continue to deliver value in difficult economic circumstances.

BP, Santos, Clough, Indian Oil Corporation, Woodside, Apache, Thiess, McConnell Dowell, Strike Energy, Senex Energy, Monadelphous and Worley Parsons are just some of the leading organisations attending that will be sharing their strategies on how they have implemented cost reduction strategies, models and approaches and optimised contractor and supplier cooperation to face the impact of falling oil prices.

To register for the 2nd annual Oil and Gas Procurement Leaders Forum 2015, please visit the Quest Events website. 

Click here to download the conference agenda. 

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