2019 International Oil & Gas Contracts and Negotiations Core Course

International Oil & Gas Contracts and Negotiations Core Course

March 11 - 15, 2019  |  Shangri-La Hotel  |  Bangkok, Thailand

Join AIPN for its 2019 International Oil & Gas Contracts and Negotiations Course in Bangkok, Thailand! This 5-day course replaces the Core Course on International Oil & Gas Law and will feature interactive discussions on key upstream and midstream oil and gas issues and agreements that are important to new entrants into the industry as well as experienced persons. It is taught from a practical perspective by highly-experienced and knowledgeable faculty. 

Download the course program here.

Topics that will be covered at this course:

  • Overview of the International Oil & Gas Industry
  • Due Diligence
  • International Dispute Resolution
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Anti-Bribery and Corruption Laws and Issues
  • Confidentiality & Bidding Agreement Issues
  • Granting Instrument Issues
  • Unconventional Resource Issues
  • Joint Operating Agreement Issues
  • Service Agreement Issues
  • Unitization Issues
  • Participation – Farmin/Farmout Agreements
  • Decommissioning
  • Crude Oil Sales and Lifting Agreement Issues
  • Gas Sales Agreement Issues
  • Gas Balancing and Transportation Issues
  • Overview of LNG

Course Chair
Harry W. Sullivan, Jr., International Energy Attorney, Dallas, Texas

Course Instructors
Frank L. Cascio, Attorney, Houston, Texas
Andrew B. Derman, Partner, Thompson & Knight LLP, Dallas, Texas
Jennifer Josefson, Partner, King & Spalding LLC, Moscow, Russia
Kimberly H. Reeder, Senior Oil & Gas Attorney, Perth, Australia
Pieter Paul Van Lelyveld, Associate General Counsel - Contracting and Procurement and Wells, Shell International B.V., The Hague, The Netherlands

Continuing Education Credits
AIPN is an accredited sponsor approved by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE. A maximum of 29.75 CLE credit hours, of which 1.00 credit hours will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility credit will be awarded based on individual attendance.