Alan Dowokpor

Alan Dowokpor

Group Head of External Affairs, Strategy & Policy Tullow Oil

Alan Dowokpor is Group Head of Environment, Social Responsibility and External Affairs for Tullow Oil.  He joined Tullow in 2008 as Well Engineering Manager for Ghana, and successfully led the set-up of initial in-country infrastructure, delivery of the drilling and completions operations for the Jubilee project and several exploration and appraisal wells. He then ran Tullow’s North Africa businesses in Senegal and Mauritania.  Alan has also served as the Group Well Engineering Manager for Tullow, responsible for Tullow’s worldwide drilling and completions projects.  He has run a number of change initiatives at Tullow, including the development of the company’s new approach to Shared Prosperity and Local Content.
 
Prior to joining Tullow, Alan worked for BP in a variety of operational and management positions including assignments in Angola, Norway, Algeria, China, Vietnam, Australia, Papua New Guinea and the North Sea.
 
Alan graduated with a Masters degree in Petroleum Engineering from Imperial College London.

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 10:30 To 12:00

11/06/2019 10:30 11/06/2019 12:00 The role of ethical and impactful local content policies in promoting economic development
  • What are the distortions caused by poorly designed local content requirements from both a government and supplier perspective? What can be done to mitigate these risks?
  • What does optimum local content look like and which aspects of local content deliver most value?
  • How do we accurately measure ICV's true economic impact?
  • How can we measure the impact of genuine local content development on the ground and the long-term effects on business?
African Local Content Forum

African Local Content Forum

"The role of ethical and impactful local content policies in promoting economic development"

Alan Dowokpor Chilenye Nwapi Dorival Bettencourt
Time and date

Wednesday 06/11/2019

From 10:30 To 12:00

11/06/2019 10:30 11/06/2019 12:00 The role of ethical and impactful local content policies in promoting economic development
  • What are the distortions caused by poorly designed local content requirements from both a government and supplier perspective? What can be done to mitigate these risks?
  • What does optimum local content look like and which aspects of local content deliver most value?
  • How do we accurately measure ICV's true economic impact?
  • How can we measure the impact of genuine local content development on the ground and the long-term effects on business?
African Local Content Forum
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African Local Content Forum

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