Wed, Apr 24, 2019 · 8:00

Benchmark Strategies and Examine Best Practices to Continuously Improve Compliance Programs.

In an increasingly volatile and uncertain international compliance landscape, the need to benchmark strategies and examine best practices is stronger than ever.

The annual Oil and Gas Supply Chain Compliance is the only conference to bring together operators, service providers and logistics partners for a collaborative conversation to improve compliance across the global supply chain.

What’s new this year?

- More opportunities for benchmarking, shared best practice and networking through panels, audience discussions and small-group roundtables;
- Hot topics from across the supply chain including sanctions, tariffs, Brexit, GDPR and more – all determined through research with compliance leaders;
- Pre-Conference Leadership Exchange dedicated specifically to strategy and management challenges;
- Post-Conference Specialist Trade Compliance Workshops delivered by legal experts with a focus on maintaining compliance in Russia, Venezuela and Iran.

Join us this April for new insights, new connections and new ideas to inspire your compliance program in 2019.

This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 20.25 credit hours.






Conference Only for Oil and Gas Operators, Oilfield Services, Suppliers, Logistics and Transportation Companies: USD 1799.0
Conference + Trade Compliance Workshops for Oil and Gas Operators, Oilfield Services, Suppliers, Logistics and Transportation Companies: USD 2199.0
Conference + Leadership Exchange for Oil and Gas Operators, Oilfield Services, Suppliers, Logistics and Transportation Companies: USD 2199.0
Conference Only for Solution Providers, Lawyers and Consultants: USD 2799.0
Conference + Trade Compliance Workshops for Solution Providers, Lawyers and Consultants: USD 3599.0

Speakers: Ashley Coselli Senior Compliance Counsel Total, Kyle Isakower VP Regulatory and Economic Policy American Petroleum Institute, Jeremy Merritt Senior Manager, Office of International Trade Compliance Ascend Performance Materials, Jay Martin Associate General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Baker Hughes, Ellen Smith Executive Counsel, ITC BHGE, Steven Ramsey Director, Global Logistics BHGE, Joerg Schneider Director of Procurement and Subcontracts Bilfinger North America, Sergio Leal Compliance Officer Bilfinger North America, Pablo Zarra Global Contracting Discipline Manager Chevron, Gray Stratton Partner DLA Piper, Kathy Canaan Global Director Trade Compliance Fluor, Kevin Colby General Counsel GOWell International, Mauricio Almar Senior Counsel and Chief Regional Compliance Counsel Halliburton, Robert Brown Data Privacy and Compliance Counsel Halliburton, Doug Cohan Deputy Compliance Officer and Senior Assistant General Counsel Hess Corporation, Dan Chapman Former Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Independent Consultant, Steven Gyeszly Chief Compliance Officer Marathon Oil, Barbara Linney Partner Miller and Chevalier, Kartapurkh S. Khalsa Senior Counsel and Director of Customs Compliance National Oilwell Varco, David Rassin Senior Counsel Patterson-UTI, Ryan Rabalais VP and Chief Compliance Officer Rowan Companies, Wendy Schneider Trade Compliance Counsel TechnipFMC, Whitney Eaton Corporate Compliance Director TGS, Olga Torres Managing Member Torres Law, Melissa Bohannon Director – Trade Compliance, Logistics and Global Supply Chain Weatherford