Pedro Vilanculo

Pedro Vilanculo

Data Management & Reporting Coordinator, Anadarko

Pedro has joined Anadarko earlier this year as Data Management & Reporting Coordinator, within the context of the Mozambique LNG Project. As part of his role Pedro acts as the Project’s Stakeholders (non-government) relationships holder at central level. Before joining Anadarko, he graduated with an MSc. in International Oil & Gas Management, at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, in UK, where he also served as Vice President to SPE, Dundee Chapter. Pedro has been working in the Oil and Gas and Energy sectors since 2012. His experience includes but not limited to: Oil and Gas, and Mining Law and Policy research; Country Entry Risk Analysis; Stakeholder Engagement; Business Development; Due Diligence Audits to inform acquisition and investment decisions. Along his competencies, Pedro has knowledge of International Oil & Gas Investment Law, Project Finance, and Oil & Gas Economics. He has worked in Mozambique, Canada, UK and South Africa. Pedro is a member of Energy Institute, and SPE. In 2017, Pedro was an official nominee of the UK National Member Committee to the World Energy Council, for the Council’s Future Energy Leaders Program. This year, the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office invited Pedro to be a member of the interview panel for the Chevening Scholars selection process. His interests include scenarios analysis, and global energy security. Pedro speaks English and Portuguese, and in spare time he loves reading, and strolling.
 

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Friday 09/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:30

11/09/2018 10:30 11/09/2018 11:30 Panel: Capacity Building & Graduate Employability With a distinct lack of capacity and talent in both the public and private sectors, AOW’s Capacity and Employment Day is designed to support the human capital aspect of the African oil, gas and energy sector. We will be hosting a dedicated 1 hour debate from leading HR Directors on capacity building, outlining how our future leaders and current geoscience students from across the continent can find employment and career success within the industry. The panel will be followed by an opportunity for attendees to meet exhibitors in the CTICC Ballroom, providing the platform for International Oil Companies, Independents and Geo Service providers to engage directly with potential future employees  CTICC

CTICC

"Panel: Capacity Building & Graduate Employability"

Pedro Vilanculo Roland Ndombi Simon Rey Sthembiso Phakathi
Time and date

Friday 09/11/2018

From 10:30 To 11:30

11/09/2018 10:30 11/09/2018 11:30 Panel: Capacity Building & Graduate Employability With a distinct lack of capacity and talent in both the public and private sectors, AOW’s Capacity and Employment Day is designed to support the human capital aspect of the African oil, gas and energy sector. We will be hosting a dedicated 1 hour debate from leading HR Directors on capacity building, outlining how our future leaders and current geoscience students from across the continent can find employment and career success within the industry. The panel will be followed by an opportunity for attendees to meet exhibitors in the CTICC Ballroom, providing the platform for International Oil Companies, Independents and Geo Service providers to engage directly with potential future employees  CTICC
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