Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining is the annual European conference that focuses exclusively on reputational issues in oil, gas and mining. It brings together leading industry experts to share their experience, the lessons they’ve learnt, and strategies for the future.
The past five years has seen the public's sentiment toward the extraction industries sour. Hit hard by a number of crises and disasters the sector has found it hard to keep out of the headlines. And while public sentiment is not the only barometer, there is no denying that the troubles the sector has faced has caused other audiences - the media, investors, regulators etc - to reevaluate perceptions of its reputation.
More effective engagement does not necessarily rebuild reputations, but it can define the conversation, and improve sentiment – which is why Communicate magazine is holding its second Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining conference, aimed squarely at communicators in the extraction and energy sectors.
Delegates will leave Reputation in Oil, Gas and Mining with a renewed focus on their organisation's reputation, armed with the tools, knowledge and contacts they need to position and protect their companies, their products and their brands.
The programme features sessions on strategy, CSR, legislation, press relations, transparency and social media, with speakers including Rav Punia and Ricardo Carvalho, heads of digital at, respectively, Rio Tinto and Shell, Derek Musgrove, CEO of Northern Petroleum, Dr Carole Nakhle, academic and special parliamentary advisor to the House of Lords, and many many more:
PR ... IR ... rebranding ... digital comms ... IPO ... storytelling ... reputation analysis ... internal comms ...and much more.
This really is a must attend conference for anyone with responsibility in the following areas: