Part of the College of Arts & Social Sciences
The Graduate School of Natural Resources Law, Policy and Management brings together Centres which have a longstanding international reputation for graduate teaching, research and specialist expertise on natural resources issues.
The Graduate School has a programme of seminars and professional development courses for representatives from industry, government and academia providing a global forum for theoretical and practical interaction.
Both the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), and the Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science (UNESCO Centre) are undergoing major growth in research funding.
The Graduate School of Natural Resources Law, Policy and Management was formed in 2006 (and adopted its new name in 2009) to bring together Centres which already had a longstanding international reputation for graduate teaching, research and specialist expertise on natural resources issues.
Within the School, the Centres continue to grow and forge cooperative relationships in research and teaching across the areas of law, policy and management with a focus on the energy, water and mineral resources sectors.
This seminar provides an intensive introduction to the statutory, contractual and regulatory environment for the oil and gas sector and factors in issues and challenges faced by the sector.Add to Calendar
All persons involved in the development of oil and gas resources need to understand the steps which turn an oil and gas discovery into a producing field. The high capital costs of bringing a discovery into production entail that the revenue streams from a project must be clearly identified before investment decisions are made. This 2-day programme will increase awareness of such inter-linkages, some of which are not always obvious.Add to Calendar
This 5 day programme will be of interest to commercial and legal advisors involved in negotiating or renegotiating Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs).Add to Calendar
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