Journal of World Energy Law & Business
The JWELB, published by Oxford University Press, is the official publication of AIPN. It provides high-quality articles that combine academic excellence with professional relevance and benefits from the expertise of a Board of internationally respected academics, lawyers and other energy professionals. All members receive free online access and receive a generous discount on print subscriptions.
AIPN’s annual Research Paper program offers a substantial grant to selected qualified authors for preparation of practical, thoroughly researched papers on topics directly relevant to international petroleum negotiations. and an important tool to staying up-to-date on current issues affecting the industry.
John Bridges Joins AIPN as Executive Director
HOUSTON, Texas (March 20, 2017) — John Bridges recently joined the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) as its new executive director. In this role, Bridges is responsible for leading the AIPN team, for implementing the AIPN’s mission and vision, and delivering on specific initiatives articulated by the AIPN Board of Directors and Executive Committee. … Continue reading “John Bridges Joins AIPN as Executive Director”
CEOs Robert Johnston and Al Walker to Deliver Keynote Addresses at 2017 IPS
CEOs Robert Johnston of Eurasia Group and Al Walker of Anadarko Petroleum to Deliver Keynote Addresses at Association of International Petroleum Negotiators Second Annual International Petroleum Summit Coinciding with 10th Anniversary Celebration of AIPN’s Journal of World Energy Law and Business in Houston May 15-17
AIPN to Host Second Annual IPS
Association of International Petroleum Negotiators to Host Second Annual International Petroleum Summit and Celebrate 10th Anniversary of AIPN’s Journal of World Energy Law and Business in Houston May 15-17, Sponsorship Opportunities Also Available
Published quarterly, AIPN’s Advisor newsletter keeps members apprised of association initiatives, upcoming events, as well as important industry insights such as updates on country laws and government contract terms. Special interest articles are featured as well. The Advisor is a members-only resource.