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“The subject of Local Content has grown to be an essential topic in today’s increasingly competitive energy industry. If you are an independent investor, a corporate affairs representative, a high level government official in charge or simply interested to know more about Local Content in the oil, gas and energy sectors, I can certainly help you successfully develop Local Content strategies , design the best plan and implement the right policies to add value to your key stakeholders, create sustainable growth and give you a competitive advantage wherever you operate”

Mireille TOULEKIMA, Global Energy Adviser, MT Energy Resources Ltd

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MIREILLE TOULEKIMA is a global energy and Local Content expert specialized in developing and emerging markets. A petroleum engineer who gains her experience working in Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia in a range of technical and leadership roles, she is the managing director of the independent oil and gas consulting company MT Energy Resources based in Perth (Australia).

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Are you an independent investor or a corporate affairs representative in the Oil and Gas industry or, perhaps, you are a developing or emerging markets high level government official in charge of Local Content Policies and Strategy in your country? What’s your plan for a successful Local Content Policy implementation? Do you have all the information available to ensure the best and long-term goals for the host country where you operate or for your country? How will Local Content Policies guarantee consistency with national development plans, enhancement of economic growth and generation of sustainable and competitive businesses beyond the Oil and Gas sector? Will it cost too much to Oil and Gas companies in the end, interfering with profitability?