Attracting Foreign Investment & Structuring International Transactions in Canadian Energy
Organization: The Canadian Institute
|Event Date/Time: Dec 04, 2012||End Date/Time: Dec 05, 2012|
Increasing global energy demands are creating exciting and lucrative new business opportunities for Canadian energy companies. CNOOC’s bid to purchase Canada’s Nexen for $15.1 billion is the largest overseas takeover by a Chinese company, and is just the latest aggressive acquisition of natural resources by Chinese companies.
In light of these new opportunities, stakeholders in the energy sectors are facing signifi cant new challenges and changes to deal dynamics. Differences between domestic and foreign regulations, business practices and culture, costly new technologies, and volatility in the marketplace, are all factors that are creating numerous hurdles that threaten to derail your transactions at numerous stages of your negotiations.
Attend The Canadian Institute’s Attracting Foreign Investment & Structuring International Transactions in Canadian Energy to gain the tools you need to overcome these emerging challenges and to successfully plan, structure, and close your transactions in this new paradigm.