This webinar discusses blockchain adoption in the oil and gas supply chain, both theoretical and empirical, with the focus on developing nations.
It will highlight the challenges of oil and gas supply chains and the potential of blockchain in developing countries’ context and how the research framework was design to conduct the investigation.
It will also outline the implication of the study to the blockchain community and how future work can shape blockchain technology adoption in supply chain.
About the Speaker: Salisu Uba, FCIPS is an accomplished professional in procurement and supply chain with more than a decade of experience through various sectors and academia.
In Nigeria, Salisu has handled and executed many high impact projects in the finance, oil and gas and defence industries. His current project involves research in the adoption of blockchain in the supply chain of the oil and gas industry, explicitly exploring the perception of blockchain adoption by stakeholders in the supply chain funded by PTDF at DMEM, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
Salisu is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply and the Chartered Institute of Loan and Risk Management and a member of the Chartered Management Institute ( the International Society for Professional Innovation Management and the Council of Supply Chain Management Practitioners.
Salisu holds an MSc in Supply Chain from Aberdeen Business School, UK and BSc in Accountancy from the University of Maiduguri, Nigeria.