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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After completing the LLM In Petroleum Law and Policy with CEPMLP, I am now pursuing an MSc in International Oil and Gas Management also with CEPMLP

Juan Felipe Neira Castro

News

Stabilization and the impact of changing patterns of energy investment

Recently published in the Journal of World Energy Law & Business, the abstract for this article, written by Professor Peter Cameron, reads, "More than a decade of investor–state tension in which states sought to rebalance arrangements with international investors in the light of rising commodity prices is now a matter of history in the energy industry. Some of the disputes that resulted from that fractious period con...

Steve Weston Essay Competition 2017

CEPMLP is calling for entries to the Steve Weston Prize, an annual essay competition on oil and gas law administered by The Energy, Petroleum, Mineral and Natural Resources Law and Policy Education Trust. The competition honours the memory of Steve Weston, a leading practitioner of oil and gas law, particularly in the developing regions. Open to all, the Steve Weston Prize is awarded to the author or authors of an outstanding ...