AP Chapter with UWA Law School "How the Petroleum Industry Can Improve the Regulation of Petroleum"

Australia-Pacific Chapter together with the University of Western Australia
Law School Centre for Mining, Energy and Natural Resources Law
"How the Petroleum Industry Can Improve the Regulation of Petroleum"

5:15 - 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Law Lecture Theatre, UWA Law School, Crawley Campus | Hackett Drive Entrance 1 (carpark number 3)
Professor Terence Daintith, UWA Law School
Professor Jacqueline Weaver, University of Houston Law Center
Miranda Taylor, CEO, National Energy Resources Australia

This seminar will explore current developments in the regulation of petroleum in the USA, UK and Australia. Dramatic changes have occurred in the UK as a result of the Wood Review leading to the adoption of a new strategy requiring licensees to maximise economic recovery for the UK as a whole, not just for themselves. This strategy was developed in close association with industry groups who have given their continuing support.

How do industry groups work in the USA and Australia and can they produce similar positive outcomes? The speakers will be Professor Terence Daintith, Professor Jacqueline Weaver and Miranda Taylor. Professors Daintith and Weaver are the writers of leading books on UK, US and international petroleum law.

This event is complimentary for members and non-members, however RSVP is required. Please RSVP to events-law@uwa.edu.au by March 20, indicating if a CPD certificate is required.

Refreshments will follow the presentation.

Education credtis: Competency Area 2 – Professional Skills 1 point