Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business

2018 Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business
AIPN and LCIA

October 25 - 26, 2018
Corinthia Hotel  |  London, United Kingdom

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This two-day conference will cover the following topics:

  • Boundary Disputes
  • State Investment Disputes
  • Joint Operating Agreement Disputes
  • Human Rights & Environmental Disputes
  • Damages in Oil & Gas Disputes
  • Oil & Gas Pricing Disputes
  • Oil & Gas Infrastructure Disputes
  • Improving Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business

The conference consists of speaker panels that will address each of the listed topics. The speakers are leading advocates, counsel, experts and arbitrators in the energy field who will provide speeches, presentations, interviews, round table discussions and Q&A’s in an interactive and interesting format. The number of registrants will be limited to ensure that attendees can fully interact with their colleagues and the speakers at the conference.

Who should attend? In-house counsel of oil and gas companies, independent practitioners and law firms who represent/advise parties from the oil and gas sector, commercial, economic and technical personnel of oil and gas companies, senior officers from government departments and ministries, arbitrators and mediators interested in knowing more about oil and gas disputes, advisors and consultants in the oil and gas business, and academics and members of the local and international business community interested in, and affected by, current developments and best practice in the oil and gas business.

Continuing Education Credits:
This symposium qualifies for up to 12 hours CPD/CLE. Following the event, the LCIA will be pleased to provide attendees a certificate of attendance which, subject to the exact CPD/CLE requirements of the attendee's jurisdiction, may be used to obtain accreditation. AIPN is an accredited sponsor approved by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE. A maximum of 12 MCLE credit hours will be awarded based on individual attendance for this event.