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2015 International Upstream Energy

Join leading members of the international energy sector—attorneys, corporate counsel, NOCs, IOCs and related industry experts—at International Upstream Energy for a practical analysis and advanced discussion on current and recurring issues involving international upstream energy transactions.    2015 highlights: Hear insights and legal strategies for challenging times ahead in the global oil and gas industry Peter Roberts, Andrews Kurth LLP, London UK, presents a lively and in-depth look at default provisions of the JOA—An Uncomfortable Balancing Act: Managing JV Relationships and JV Partner Defaults Learn about Mexico’s implementation of groundbreaking reforms in the upstream oil and gas sector with Carla Gabriela González Rodríguez, Comisión Nacional de Hidrocarburos, México, DF Cross-Border Labor and Employment Law Minefields, presented by Jordan W. Cowman, Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Dallas, TX, is an entertaining and informative presentation of the most pressing international labor and employment law issues facing U.S.-based employers Focusing on the AIPN 2014 Unconventional Resources Operating Agreement, review key issues when negotiating a JOA for an unconventional oil and gas play FCPA/Anti-Corruption Compliance Update provides the facts and circumstances of recent cases, as well as practical implications and recommendations for modification/enhancement of anti-corruption compliance policies and procedures Arnold J. Johnson, Noble Energy Inc., Houston, TX, discusses some of the factors that are influencing ethics and professionalism in today’s global environment International Upstream Energy is presented by The University of Texas School of Law, The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas (OGERL), and The Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN). more




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2014 International Upstream Energy Transactions

Leading members of the international energy sector—attorneys, corporate counsel, NOCs, IOCs and related industry experts—provide practical analysis and advanced discussion on current and recurring issues involving international upstream energy transactions.  2014 program highlights include: A look at World Shale Gas Opportunities and Challenges Benefits and challenges of operating in an Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) country and as an EITI supporting company An examination of shifting energy paradigms such as supply shifting, consumption demand shifting from developed to developing countries, and sources shifting from fossil to green/unconventionals Analysis of the issues involved in selling or otherwise monetizing an investment Discussion of the globalization of anti-corruption and anti-corruption drafting Overview of recent developments in Mexico’s oil and gas industry Analysis of ISO 22301 Standards and lessons learned from the Deep Water Horizon disaster and the In Amenas attack The importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Examination of attorney-client privilege across borders more




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2013 International Upstream Energy Transactions

Join leading members in the international energy sector—law firms, corporate counsel, NOCs, IOCs and related industry experts—for two days of practical analysis and advanced discussions on both current and recurring issues involving international upstream transactions at UT Law’s International Upstream Energy Transactions. International Upstream Energy Transactions is presented by The University of Texas School of Law, The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas (OGERL), and The Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN). more




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2012 International Energy Transactions

Join leading members of the international energy sector—law firms, corporate counsel, NOCs, IOCs and related industry participants—for two days of practical analysis and advanced discussions on both current and recurring issues involving international upstream transactions. The 2012 program is presented by The University of Texas School of Law, The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas (OGERL), and The Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN)—and includes an AIPN negotiators’ panel as a Wednesday keynote luncheon presentation moderated by Karen Krug. The program includes 2.25 hours of ethics credit. Topics covered include: •    World Energy Markets, Trends and Significant Issues •    The World We Live In: Negotiating, Analyzing and Drafting Key Clauses of Host Country Agreements •    Overview of the Anti-Corruption Legal Landscape: U.S. vs. U.K. Rules •    International Energy Disputes: What Now, What Next? •    Mitigating Deal Risk: Tools, Techniques and Best Practices •    What Drives Deal Structures: Balancing Financial, Tax and Liability Issues and Regimes •    Rethinking the Joint Venture Relationship: It's Complicated •    Drilling Operations Post-Macondo •    Frontier Energy: What's Really Radical? •    Drilling Contracts and Rig Sharing Agreements: Key Clauses, Key Issues and Drafting Tips This year’s program takes place at the Four Seasons Houston and provides multiple opportunities for networking and interacting with speakers, clients and colleagues at lunches, breaks and Tuesday’s reception. more



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2011 International Upstream Energy Transactions

Join leading members of the international energy sector—law firms, corporate counsel, NOCs, IOCs and related industry participants—for two days of practical analysis and discussions on both current and recurring issues involving international upstream transactions. Sessions include:   • Anti-Corruption and Other Compliance Issues   • Getting In: Will Your “MOU” Become an “IOU”?   • Christopher Moore and Owen Anderson on Host Country Agreements:      Types and Trends by Region, Legal Issues, Pitfalls and Best Practices   • Daniel Johnston on The Economics of Host Country Agreements:      Fiscal Design, Analysis and Valuation Issues   • National Oil Company Panel with moderator Robert George   • Joint Operating Agreements: Allocation of Risk and Indemnification Provisions   • The Gulf of Mexico: The New “Normal” Post-Macondo   • A coordinated series of presentations dealing with Current Issues and Trends       in Associated E&P Agreements The 2011 program is presented by The University of Texas School of Law, The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas (OGERL), and The Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN). more



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2010 International Energy Transactions

Join a superb faculty drawn from senior lawyers, negotiators and financiers from major oil companies and law firms for two days of detailed, practical sessions with great papers, checklists and take-away materials. Sessions include: • Anatomy of Host Country Governing Instruments • Economics of Host Country Contracts • Negotiating Upstream Contracts with Host Governments and NOCs • Drafting Dispute Resolution Provisions • Joint Bidding Agreements and Participation Agreements • Audits and Claims for Adjustment • Unitization and other Multi-Block Considerations • Special Considerations in the Joint-Venture Relationship This new program will also coincide with the publication of a revised text on international energy transactions by Professors Owen Anderson, John Dzienkowski, Bruce Kramer, John Lowe and Jacqueline Lang Weaver, as well as the inception of a new Global Energy Center at the University of Texas School of Law. more