Tony Paul

Tony Paul

Chairman, Permanent Local Content Committee, Energy Sector, Govt. of Trinidad & Tobago

Anthony Paul is an energy and strategy advisor, focusing on assisting countries rich in extractives to retain more of the value generated by their resources and to manage them through good governance in a manner that supports sustainable development. He has advised governments in East, West & Southern Africa, the Middle East, Central & Southeast Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean. He has led or supported training and the drafting and implementation of strategies, policies, plans and governance/oversight systems and procedures for a variety of government, private sector and NGOs, in a range of countries, including Trinidad & Tobago (T&T), Guyana, Ghana (upstream and downstream oil and gas), Kenya (all sectors), Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Angola and Peru.

In his almost 40 years in the industry, he has held technical, commercial, management and leadership roles, spanning the entire petroleum exploration and production value chain in Government and State and Multinational companies. He has worked in T&T, USA, UK, Ghana for/with the T&T Ministry of Energy & Energy Industries, Petrotrin, Exxon, Amoco Trinidad, BPTT and BP PLC, Ministry of Petroleum and Petroleum Commission, Ghana.

He is Chairman of the T&T Permanent Local Committee for the Petroleum Sector, a Member of the Board of the Lloyd Best Institute of the West Indies, Natural Resource Governance Institute and has sat on the boards of leading Caribbean private sector institutions in banking, engineering and IT as well as advisory councils for energy and maritime programmes at the Universities of T&T and the West Indies.

He holds a BSc (Hons) in Geology from Imperial College of Science & Technology, University of London and an MS in Geophysics from the University of Houston, Texas.
 

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 10:00 To 11:00

11/07/2018 10:00 11/07/2018 11:00 Policy: Developing successful local content frameworks and policies to promote in-country value and shared prosperity Topics to include:
•  Creating local content blueprints that are adaptable and applicable to countries in Africa
• Effective mechanisms for monitoring and measuring local content: What are we measuring? Who is responsible?
• Exploring the legal implications of local content policies
• Debating the benefits of prescriptive vs. non-prescriptive policies
CTICC

CTICC

"Policy: Developing successful local content frameworks and policies to promote in-country value and shared prosperity"

Magda Chambriard Tony Paul Victor Tivane

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 10:00 To 11:00

11/07/2018 10:00 11/07/2018 11:00 Policy: Developing successful local content frameworks and policies to promote in-country value and shared prosperity Topics to include:
•  Creating local content blueprints that are adaptable and applicable to countries in Africa
• Effective mechanisms for monitoring and measuring local content: What are we measuring? Who is responsible?
• Exploring the legal implications of local content policies
• Debating the benefits of prescriptive vs. non-prescriptive policies
CTICC

CTICC

"Policy: Developing successful local content frameworks and policies to promote in-country value and shared prosperity"

Magda Chambriard Tony Paul Victor Tivane
Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 10:00 To 11:00

11/07/2018 10:00 11/07/2018 11:00 Policy: Developing successful local content frameworks and policies to promote in-country value and shared prosperity Topics to include:
•  Creating local content blueprints that are adaptable and applicable to countries in Africa
• Effective mechanisms for monitoring and measuring local content: What are we measuring? Who is responsible?
• Exploring the legal implications of local content policies
• Debating the benefits of prescriptive vs. non-prescriptive policies
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Wednesday 07/11/2018

From 10:00 To 11:00

11/07/2018 10:00 11/07/2018 11:00 Policy: Developing successful local content frameworks and policies to promote in-country value and shared prosperity Topics to include:
•  Creating local content blueprints that are adaptable and applicable to countries in Africa
• Effective mechanisms for monitoring and measuring local content: What are we measuring? Who is responsible?
• Exploring the legal implications of local content policies
• Debating the benefits of prescriptive vs. non-prescriptive policies
CTICC
Venue

CTICC

Topic
Speakers