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2013 AIPN Spring Conference
April 24 - 26, 2013  |  Barton Creek Resort & Spa  |  Austin, Texas USA

"Shifting Energy Paradigms: Challenges and Opportunities"

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This conference is approved for 10.25 CLE credits from the State Bar of Texas

This year’s Spring conference, “Shifting Energy Paradigms,” will examine the nature of so-called “paradigm shifts” in energy supply, demand and technology and the challenges and opportunities those shifts present. New this year, we will kick off our program on Wednesday night with a private screening, with the director, of the movie “The Switch,” the film that’s changing the global energy conversation. Thursday, we are honored to have as our keynote speaker, Dr. Michelle Foss, Chief Energy Economist for the Bureau of Economic Geology’s Center of Energy Economics. Dr. Foss will enliven the discussion with her presentation: “Shifting Energy Paradigms: True or False?”

Please join your friends and colleagues as speakers from industry, academia, NOC’s and private practice discuss:

• North American Legislative Updates: Canada, US and Mexico (including the offshore boundary treaty)
• What Everyone wants to Know about Shale, but is Afraid to Ask
• New Challenges for Co-Venture Arrangements: US Onshore and International
• Non-Conventional Host Country Instruments
• UK Bribery Act and US FCPA: Recent Cases
• Emergency! Emergency! Best Practices for Having an Emergency Response Plan in Place
• Secondments and Technical Service Agreements: Practical Considerations and Best Practices
• International Dispute Resolution: Recent Cases
• Africa Update: Legislative Initiatives and Energy Policy Trends
• Conventional Host Country Instruments: Update (including recent developments in Local Content Requirements)
• Pre-contractual Agreements Best Practices: Don’t Let your MOU become an IOU
 

 
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