Training for the Natural Resource and Energy Sectors

CEPMLP offers a programme of seminars, conferences and professional development courses that are attended by delegates from government, ministries, academia and industry, providing those attending with a global forum for theoretical and practical interaction.

These courses, for the natural resource and energy sectors, include negotiation skills, petroleum regulation and licensing, managing contracts and agreements, arbitration and dispute management skills along with many more.

What our students say

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I now work for IM4DC, International Mining for Development Centre, which is an AusAID funded joint initiative with the University of Western Australia and the University of Queensland

Wendy Treasure

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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


CEPMLP is recruiting a Professor in Energy Law

We are seeking to make a new professorial appointment in the field of energy law to enhance academic leadership of CEPMLP’s suite of graduate programmes, including LLM, MSc and PhD; to make a major contribution to its research activity leading to REF; to champion CEPMLP’s growing profile in the new energy resources and low carbon transition, and to contribute to its expanding distance learning programme. The candid...

External Aspect of the Energy Union and the Multilateral Energy Transport Agreement

CEPMLP Research Fellow, Gokce Mete, has recently been published as part of the Karoli Gaspar University (KRE) Energy Law Forum which took place in Hungary in 2016.  The paper looks into the existing and expected legislation needed to pursue the Energy Union vision and makes a comparative assessment of provisions that could be included within the scope of the multilateral agreement. This paper argues that there is jus...