Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy

Part of the University of Dundee

Will you be ready for the upturn in the industry?

The key question we are asking our current students is whether they are ready for the opportunities that will emerge when the commodities upturn happens.  The media are focussing on the downturn because it has been sharp and dramatic.  In education, you need to be able to look ahead.  Nobody gets a degree in a month!  When the upturn comes, and it will, employers are going to need the well-qualified people that are always crucial in the oil, gas and mining industries.  They will want the very best.  Where will they find them?  As we near our 40th anniversary at CEPMLP, we are adapting our successful modules to ensure our graduates meet the most demanding standards.  Join us now!  Click here to view our programmes Postgraduate Study

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Philip Daniel

Hear from CEPMLP's new Honorary Professor

PhD Programme

A well-established, innovative, and rigorous PhD programme

Training for the Natural Resource and Energy Sectors

CEPMLP offers a programme of seminars, conferences and professional development courses that are attended by delegates from government, ministries, academia and industry, providing those attending with a global forum for theoretical and practical interaction.

These courses, for the natural resource and energy sectors, include negotiation skills, petroleum regulation and licensing, managing contracts and agreements, arbitration and dispute management skills along with many more.


Scottish Arbitration Centre supports the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge

19 May 2016

The Scottish Arbitration Centre has welcomed the introduction of the Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge and Andrew Mackenzie, Chief Executive of the Centre, signed the Pledge at its official launch in London on 18 May. The Pledge aims to increase the representation of women in arbitration and to encourage the appointment of women as arbitrators on an equal opportunity basis. Jackie van Haersolte-van Hof, Director Gener...

Escalated interactions between EU energy law and the Energy Charter Treaty

18 May 2016

Ernesto Bonafé, PhD, Trade and Regulatory Expert at the Secretariat of the Energy Charter Treaty and Gökçe Mete, CEPMLP and Visiting Scholar at The Energy and Natural Resources Law Institute of Queen Mary University of London, have recently been published in the Journal of World Energy Law and Business. The Abstract reads:  The European Union (EU) has a recognized international legal personality an...

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