Course Schedule

01st Apr '19 | Shanghai, China | USD 550

The course is designed for those looking to gain a better understanding of the fundamentals of the LNG industry – from the technical to the commercial to the strategic. The agenda will focus on LNG Technology, Shipping, Regasification Facilities and LNG’s role in World Energy Supplies highlighting the outlook for the future.

course leaders: Pat RobertsPat Roberts - Managing Director - LNG Worldwide Ltd
01st Apr '19 | Shanghai, China | USD 550

This course looks at key legal and regulatory issues facing the LNG market in Asia Pacific today, from contracting strategies to policy initiatives and pricing pressures, including price reviews and renegotiations. The complete LNG value chain is also considered, with the alignment of upstream, midstream and downstream components and practical examples of integrated LNG import (regasification) and LNG to Power projects.

course leaders: Richard NelsonRichard Nelson - Partner - King & Spalding
17-21 June 2019 | London, United Kingdom | GBP 3,299 (+VAT)

This five day Advanced Masterclass offers you the opportunity to develop your negotiation skills in small groups, exploring real-life oil and gas contract negotiations scenarios, and sharing the tools used by professional negotiators to formulate a winning strategy. Participants will benefit from having their discussions filmed and receiving detailed feedback from course leaders on the style and content of their negotiations to help with further improvement.

course leaders: Rob MaguireRob Maguire - International Consultant and Trainer - Maguire Izatt LLP  |  Diana FranceDiana France - Partner - Holman Fenwick Willan
24-28 June 2019 | Lisbon, Portugal | EUR 3,199

The first part of the course is designed for those wanting to grasp the fundamentals of the LNG industry: from the technical, commercial and strategic. The second part will focus on the emerging opportunities in the LNG market namely: use as fuel, re-exporting and innovative small-scale LNG logistics by means of “virtual pipelines”. There will be a site visit to the LNG Terminal in Sines to witness the operations.

07-09 October 2019 | London, United Kingdom | GBP 2,749 (+VAT)

An intensive 3-day programme, delivered by world-renown petroleum economists, where you will gain a comprehensive understanding of all the different fiscal terms applied around the world through lectures and exercises. Using Wood Mackenzie’s Global Economic Model you will assess different fiscal policies from both industry and government perspectives and participate  in a “live” licensing round auction.

course leaders: Graham KellasGraham Kellas - SVP Global Fiscal Research - Wood Mackenzie
10-11 October 2019 | London, United Kingdom | GBP 1,999 (+VAT)

A 2-day “governments only” Summit that brings together leading petroleum fiscal and regulatory experts along with speakers from governments around the globe to exchange views and brainstorm together recommendations for new government policies. The Summit is regarded as a highly beneficial and unique learning environment for colleagues around the world.

18-20 November 2019 | Georgetown, Guyana | USD 2,499

Improve Your Core Competencies In:

  • Legal & Contracts
  • Negotiation & Influencing
  • Identifying Opportunities & Challenges
  • Strategy & Planning
  • Risk Identification
  • Partner Alignment
  • 3 Key Modules:
    • Upstream Petroleum Agreements with States
    • Upstream Petroleum Agreements between Oil Companies
    • Petroleum Agreements with Third Parties
  • Guyana Focus:
    • Guyana’s Upstream Petroleum Regime (laws and regulations)
    • Guyana’s Upstream Production Sharing Agreement
    • A Petroleum Agenda for Guyana’s Emerging Upstream Business
course leaders: J. Jay Park QCJ. Jay Park QC - Managing Partner - Park Energy Law   |  D. Deniz KubanD. Deniz Kuban - Partner - Park Energy Law  |  1 more speaker
25-27 November 2019 | Singapore, Singapore | GBP 2,499

A 3-day course showcasing best practices in negotiating and drafting long term gas sales agreements, understanding LNG price reviews; and adapting to the move away from long term sales agreements. The courses draws on course leader’s extensive LNG contractual experience by having a very practical format, with contract and clauses’ analysis.

course leaders: Thomas E. ValentineThomas E. Valentine - Senior Partner - Norton Rose Fulbright

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