10th Annual Contract Risk Management for the Oil & Gas Industry

Venue: Marriott Houston West Loop

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: May 23, 2005 End Date/Time: May 24, 2005
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Now in its 10th year, “Contract Risk Management in the Oil and Gas Industry” continues to update and inform the industry as it makes key decisions on contractual allocation of risk.

The 2005 program will encompass both basic and advanced indemnity and insurance issues for everyone in the industry, from introductory perspectives to case studies illustrating some of the most complex issues that need to be navigated. In addition, this year’s program will examine the effect of recent cases and analyze trends and developments in areas of indemnity and insurance as they relate to contractual risk management.

Key issues scheduled to be addressed in this year’s program include:

-Contracts 101: Basic Risk Management Strategies for Oil & Gas Enterprises
-Handling Challenges Posed by the Use of Outside Consultants
-Maximizing Risk Management in the International Oil & Gas Projects
-Maximizing Indemnity and Insurance Protection – Covering the Basics, Avoiding Potential Pitfalls, and Analyzing Recent Developments
-Allocation of Risks By Contract
Intellectual Property Issues in Master Service Agreements
-Beyond The “Knock” In Oilfield Master Service Agreements: Limiting Risk in the Rest of the MSA with a Complete Form
-Navigating the Pitfalls of Arbitration Arising From Oil & Gas Disputes
-Tradeoffs in Oil and Gas Risk Management
-Do Standard Contracts Do the Job? - An Operator’s View of Implementation
-Indemnity & Insurance Issues You Should Know
-Risk Management in a Volatile Market
-Implementing Best Practices for Contract Risk Management Throughout the Enterprise


1750 West Loop South
United States