UK Oil and Gas Law

This seminar provides an intensive introduction to the statutory, contractual and regulatory environment for the oil and gas sector and factors in issues and challenges faced by the sector.

UK Oil and Gas Law 2015

This seminar provides an intensive introduction to the statutory, contractual and regulatory environment for the oil and gas sector and factors in issues and challenges faced by the sector.

Community Rights and Expectations in Natural Resource Development

Large natural resource projects, such as mines, oil and gas pipelines, or hydroelectric dams may offer opportunities for economic and social development in the regions they are located. They may also unleash accelerated processes of change that affect local communities dramatically. Some may gain from these processes of development. Others, including the very poor, may be hurt by changes that undermine their previous livelihoods, without giving them access to alternatives.

Energy Arbitration Conference - Challenges and Opportunities for the Next Decade

The organising committee is comprised of graduate students from the Centre for Energy Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) with high interest in Energy Arbitration and with the commitment to offer an open discussion related to challenges in the field.

International Regulation of Trade in Energy

The main objective of the course is to provide an introduction to the international regulation of trade in energy at both multilateral and regional levels. The emphasis is on ensuring the proper understanding of how governmental measures affecting trade in energy goodsand services are regulated under the rules of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Energy Charter, and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

International Energy Arbitration - 3rd Annual ITA-IEL-ICC Joint Conference

This timely program will address the essential current influences on arbitration in the energy sector today with speakers whose insights on those influences assure that every minute of this program is focused on the present and future of disputes of immediate concern to attendees and their clients. The stage will be set with a keynote presentation by Chuck Davidson, Venture Partner of Quantum Energy Partners and former Chairman and CEO of Noble Energy. The conference luncheon will feature an oral history interview with one of the true leaders in the modern evolution of international arbitration, Gerald Aksen. Presented by: • Institute for Transnational Arbitration • Institute for Energy Law • International Court of Arbitration Co-sponsored by CEPMLP, Houston International Arbitration Club and the Key Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy Law and Business at the University of Texas at Austin

Energy Sustainability Conference

Unconventional Petroleum vs. Global Warming - Scottish & Global Perspectives

UK Oil and Gas Law 2016

In an era of low oil prices and falling production, the challenges for new projects and existing projects are immense. Low prices put pressure on the contractual allocation of risk. This seminar is an intensive look at the regulatory and contractual mechanisms of the UK oil and gas sector.

UK Oil and Gas Law 2017

In an era of low oil prices and falling production, the challenges for new projects and existing projects are immense. Low prices put pressure on the contractual allocation of risk. This seminar is an intensive look at the regulatory and contractual mechanisms of the UK oil and gas sector.

Community Rights and Expectations in Natural Resource Development

Large natural resource projects, such as mines, oil and gas pipelines, or hydroelectric dams may offer opportunities for economic and social development in the regions they are located. They may also unleash accelerated processes of change that affect local communities dramatically. Some may gain from these processes of development. Others, including the very poor, may be hurt by changes that undermine their previous livelihoods, without giving them access to alternatives.

What Trends in Regulating the Mining Sector? - Sharing Insights from Research and Practice

The traditional Dundee Mining Seminar, now in its XVth edition, provides a forum for researchers and practitioners -from the public and private sector, international organisations and civil society- for discussing emerging questions and findings from research, practice and new and ongoing initiatives relevant to the mining sector.

40th Anniversary Seminar - Global Energy and Resources Transition: Trends, Challenges and Response

To celebrate CEPMLP’s 40th year anniversary, we cordially invite you to participate in a two-day seminar on 22nd and 23rd May 2017 in Dundee.

Gas Sales and Purchase Agreements

This 3-day professional training programme will be of interest to professionals involved in managing international investments in oil and gas ventures including negotiators, lawyers, analysts, procurement managers, corporate development managers, governmental relations executives, officials in state petroleum companies and Ministries of Energy, Finance and Geological Surveys.

LNG Supply Agreements

This 2-day training programme on LNG Supply Agreements will be of interest to professionals involved in managing international investments in oil and gas ventures including negotiators, lawyers, analysts, procurement managers, corporate development managers, governmental relations executives, officials in state petroleum companies and Ministries of Energy, Finance and Geological Surveys.

Petroleum Pipelines: Construction, Operation, Regulation and Rate Making

This 3-day professional training programme will be of interest to professionals involved in managing the transportation of natural gas, crude oil and refined products.

CEPMLP@40 - International Energy Transitions: Challenges and Responses

Join us at this free event where we continue the celebrations of CEPMLP@40!