What is Getenergy Global?
Getenergy provides a platform for national and international energy companies to meet with education and training providers in order to ensure the development of human capital in the industry. This year the flagship Getenergy show, Getenergy Global takes place at the beautiful Passenger Terminal in Amsterdam. We will welcome over 400 energy and training professionals as well as 50 exhibitors showcasing the latest training courses and technologies available in the market.
Over the course of 2 days, Getenergy’s interactive workshop sessions will cover sessions on 4 key themes:
· Individual and organisation skill development: Up-skilling today’s workforce for the future
· Successful industry partnerships and cross collaboration: Working together to define programmes that address the changing competencies required by industry
· The future face of training: The digital workforce, leaders of the future and the competitive advantages of strong diversity
· Localisation: Developing a local talent pool through technical and vocational training
2018 Conference Theme & Agenda
Day 1, 25 September 2018
09:00 – 09:45: The Changing Face of the International Oil Company: How IOCs are innovating in order to drive growth and meet strategic objectives
14:00 – 15:00: Are you ready for the upturn? Find out which regions are showing the most activity, gain an update on licensing rounds and discover which emerging projects and mega projects require training and up-skilling
Seminar Room 1
09:45 – 10:45: Up-Skilling today’s workforce for tomorrow: Defining and developing competencies that will meet the rapidly changing demands of an evolving energy industry
11:30 – 12:30 Evaluating the pros and cons of in-house training: Do the cost savings outweigh the potential negatives of creating a default culture?
15:00 – 16:00 Don’t forget the soft skills! Ensuring that senior employees are energised and enabled in order to deliver on the strategic direction of the business. Developing the skills and relationships required for future leaders to thrive
16:00 – 17:00 Unlocking asset value: Why teams matter and what you can do about it?
Seminar Room 2
Partnerships to meet business needs
09:45 – 10:45 Creating alignment between the business and HR functions to ensure strong competency assurance. Balancing the development of technical and non-technical competency development and identifying the training required to close any skills gaps
11:30 – 12:30 Highlighting the industry’s best partnerships: What innovative cross-industry collaboration initiatives exist and how can they be used to simplify processes, reduce costs and increase efficiency?
15:00 – 16:00 How education institutions and industry can work together to define programmes that address the changing competencies required by industry
16:00 – 17:00 Going beyond the individual: What training and skill development is required to deliver ROI on strategic priorities and corporate objectives?
Day 2, 26 September 2018
09:00 – 09:45 NOC vision for the Future: How are both nascent and mature NOCs developing sustainable workforce and supply chain development initiatives?
14:00 – 15:00 Charting the Energy Transition: What strategies are energy companies implementing, and what help is needed, to transition the current workforce from oil & gas to alternative energies?
Seminar Room 1
Futurology: Predicting the needs of the modern Energy Company
09:45 – 10:45 The future face of training: How has the training environment changed and how can we ensure quality training for future executives in a changing energy world?
11:30 – 12:30 Attracting and retaining future leaders within the oil & Gas industry to meet future global workforce demand: How to attract and motivate millennials, remove any stigma around TVET and achieve a flexible workforce.
15:00 – 16:00 Building a digital workforce plan to address transformation and transition: How to leverage digital and new technologies to create a dynamic workforce?
16:00 – 17:00 Building diversity and inclusion into the core strategy of the business to increase efficiency and drive growth: Creating a framework for an inclusive culture and sustaining a competitive advantage
Seminar Room 2
09:45 – 10:45 Achieving a common approach to localisation in order to serve national developmental strategies more effectively: Best practice on developing a local talent pool through technical and vocational training and working effectively with corporate universities
11:30 – 12:30 What are the solutions to localisation barriers and how should training and competency strategies be implemented to overcome these barriers?
15:00 – 16:00 Maintaining a social license to operate: Matching supply with demand; what techniques can be used by industry and government to match-make opportunities for local procurement?
16:00 – 17:00 Building the capacity of local organisations, SMEs and entrepreneurs to meet the needs of industry: What strategies can procurement teams use to enable local companies to bid and win contracts within the industry?
Our Lifetime Achievement Award celebrates the triumphs and successes of those individuals who have made a true difference in their industry. These executives are responsible for pioneering new frontiers, pushing boundaries, for inspiring others and for achieving growth in challenging markets as well as giving back to the communities.
They are those that we should be proud of and that we benchmark industry excellence to.
In 2018 we will be honoring KK Sarpong, CEO, Ghana National Petroleum Corporation as our Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient and Pam Dawin, Vice President Africa, Exxon Mobil Corporation as our Diversity Awards Recipient.
In-Country Values and Business Best Practice Executive Manager, Oman Society for Petroleum Services (OPAL)
María Eugenia Calderón-Porter
Asst, Vice President for Global Initiatives, Texas A&M International University
2017 Success Stories
“I have learnt a lot in a short space of time and will be sharing the knowledge with my colleagues. Great event for intellectual stimulation”Rosemary Chabra
“This event is valuable to improve business opportunity and resources”Mohd Roslan Maarof
“It is a very good event becasue we can be familiar with other specialists and companies that are involved in the development of workforce, training and education”Ali Amidi
The Passenger Terminal, Amsterdam
Piet Heinkade 27, 1019 BR Amsterdam, Netherlands
T +31 (0)20 509 10 00
For more information about accommodation and travelling within Amsterdam, please follow this link: Travel Information
Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre
The Mövenpick Hotel is attached to the Passenger Terminal. You make make an enquiry about room availability with the hotel for the Getenergy Global Exhibition and Dinner event here: Mövenpick Hotel Booking
T +31 20 519 1200
2017 Attending Companies
2017 Post Show Report
2018 Full Agenda