E&P Unitisation Agreements and International Maritime Disputes
Venue: Hotel Istana
|Event Date/Time: Aug 22, 2007|
29 – 30 October 2007, Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
26 – 27 November 2007, Holiday Inn City Centre, Perth, Australia
It is a known fact that issues of cross-border hydrocarbon resources is quite prickly and sensitive.
How do you arrive at workable solutions amicably? And how can you expedite the negotiation process so that you can effectively recover the reserves as well as pool resources effectively?
IQPC Training has developed this 2-day intensive course on E&P International Unitisation Agreements and International Maritime Disputes to help you analyse key principles and discuss critical issues that need to be considered – before and during – the execution of an unitisation agreement, pre-unitisation expenditures, “unit areas”, unit substances, existing facilities and data, determination of tract interests, and non-unit operations and more.
Your expert facilitator, Christopher Ward is a barrister and a specialist in public international law, with an emphasis on energy law and the exploitation of disputed fields. He acted for US Oil and Gas interests in the unitisation of the Timor Sea. An experienced facilitator and a senior adjunct lecturer in international law at the University of Sydney, Christopher’s cases include Petrotimor v Commonwealth.
For information, contact:
Tel : (65) 6722 9388
Fax: (65) 6720 3804