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 have a Bachelors in Arts and Science with a concentration in Economics, and a Juris Doctor. At the CEPMLP I obtained an LLM in Energy Law and Policy in 2013, and MSc Energy Finance in 2014. Currently I am pursuing a PhD in Economics, focusing on Multi Criteria Decision Analysis Methods for the Energy Industry.

Raquel Santos-Ramos

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The professors, academic staff, and fellow students have all positively impacted my life to an extent, and I am proud to be associated with CEPMLP

S. Tobias Wesseh

News

CEPMLP co-sponsorship of the 5th Annual Conference on International Energy Arbitration

  Presented by The Institute for Transnational Arbitration and The Institute for Energy Law of The Center for American and International Law and The ICC International Court of Arbitration. Co-Sponsored by the Houston International Arbitration Club, Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law, and Business at The University of Texas at Austin and the University of Dund...

CEPMLP Visiting Speaker Series, 8th November

Obo Idornigie, Principal Analyst – Corporate Research at Wood Mackenzie and an alumnus of CEPMLP was the sixth Guest Speaker for the CEPMLP Visiting Speaker Series. He delivered a profound presentation on the topic: Global Upstream Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and the Corporate Outlook. During his presentation, Obo touched on the strategic drivers behind M&A, and enlightened his audience on the reasons why Inte...