Procurement and Supply Chain Management


Maintaining best practice in procurement and supply chain management is a core requirement for those operating in the global Oil and Gas industry. Supplier / operator relationships are now so very crucial since the drop in oil prices is causing real monetary concern across the industry. It is now vital that the procurement and supply chain functions collaborates its efforts and expertise to cope with the complexity of the present operating environment. Procurement and supply chain management are being relied upon to make a difference to the depressed market and are under constant pressure to make dynamic and meaningful contributions to the bottom line operating costs and capital expenditure.

This innovative CBU Global Procurement and Supply Chain Management for the Oil & Gas Industry training course will assist delegates to reassess their organization’s Procurement and Supply Chain strategies beyond short term cost cutting. It will focus on real time issues to counteract the downturn and think differently about global procurement. This CBU program had been designed to provide students with practical approaches for transforming their organization’s procurement team to become more competitive and resilient.


  • Reassessment of current E & P procurement strategies
  • Streamlining processes and adopt contemporary practices
  • Building robust internal supply planning capabilities
  • Collaborative relationship with vendors
  • Tools and techniques to effectively renegotiate contracts

Delegates Will Learn:

  • Bench marking strategic procurement and category management
  • Supplier / operator relationships
  • New frontiers / new procurement strategies
  • Capacity Overload vs. Demand
  • Sustainability in the procurement and supply chain

Who Should Apply?

  • Procurement Professionals & Supply Chain Professionals
  • Tender or Bidding Managers
  • Contract Administrators
  • Contracting Unit Supervisors
  • Project Engineers and Project Managers

Tuition Fee:


Program Duration

4 Weeks