PURA, EACOP exchange experiences on local content

THE Petroleum Upstream Regulatory Authority (PURA) and East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) Ltd – Tanzanian side, have shared experiences on local content development, particularly in the area of capacity building.

The parties met yesterday (Tuesday) at EACOP Offices in Dar es Salaam.

Speaking at the meeting, Acting Head of Local Content and Stakeholders Engagement from PURA, Mr Ebeneza Mollel explained that, as one of its strategies to enhance local participation in petroleum upstream operations, PURA has been reaching out to and engaging with various stakeholders in the industry.

Through these engagements, PURA has not only been able to get constructive ideas on how to further increase local content but also learn about challenges faced by such stakeholders, especially in the implementation of local content legal requirements.

“PURA believes local content development requires a collaborative effort, and requires every stakeholder to be involved and play its part lest the desired result will not be realized. Since EACOP is one of the stakeholders playing a significant role in the local content space, PURA saw it necessary to engage with the company to exchange experience on this front,” added Mr Mollel.

On his part, the EACOP National and local content Manager Olivier Foulonneau said it was such an honor to have an engagement with PURA as a stakeholder to discuss local content issues including initiatives undertaken by EACOP Ltd to enhance local content in the project.

“EACOP Ltd, apart from ensuring that main contractors are adhering to local content requirements as per the Host Government Agreement and the Petroleum (Local Content) Regulations, 2017, the company has been carrying out various capacity-building programs for both local suppliers and local workforce,” continued Mr Foulonneau.

Explaining further on stakeholder initiatives undertaken by EACOP Ltd, the Local Content – Capacity Building Lead from EACOP Tanzania, Ms Martha Makoi said the company had engaged with several vocational training institutes such as Arusha Technical College, and Kilimanjaro International Institute for Telecommunication, Electronics, and Computer.

 

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