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My career expectation is to be a consultant, advising governments of oil producing countries and international oil companies and other multi-nationals

Mohammed Naziru Mohammed

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I can safely say that CEPMLP is the absolute best school when it comes to extractive industries studies

Sally Vinod Khatumal


How effectively has Ghana implemented its policy for large-scale renewable electricity deployment: a qualitative assessment

Recent CEPMLP graduate, Joseph Nii Tettey Ashong has recently been published in the Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review. The article examines how Ghana’s energy policy promotes large-scale deployment of renewable electricity. Using a qualitative assessment framework adapted from Yoon and Sim (2015), the study makes broad investigations into how effectively Ghana has implemented its policy for large-scale renewable ele...

CEPMLP co-sponsorship of the 4th Annual Conference on International Energy Arbitration

CEPMLP are pleased to announce that we will be co-sponsoring the 4th Annual ITA-IEL-ICC joint conference on international energy arbitration which will be held in Houston, Texas, on 12th and 13th January 2017. Overview ITA, IEL and ICC combine again to present their 4th annual review of the year past and the year ahead in the arbitration of international disputes in the energy industry. Led by co-chairs Suzana Blades (Conoco...