International Compliance & Ethics in oil and gas (ICE 2009)

Venue: Thistle Marble Arch Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Mar 30, 2009 End Date/Time: Apr 01, 2009
Registration Date: Mar 13, 2009
Early Registration Date: Jan 30, 2009
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More and more oil and gas service and operating companies are finding themselves venturing into more unfamiliar territories with unique business practices where they have less experience or limited knowledge of that business climate. In the past few years, corruption and bribery issues have been pushed to the forefront of the agenda as more aggressive international enforcement, changes to anti-bribery and corruption laws and more visibility increases. Managing anti-bribery and complying with various laws can be a tough task when operations are so diverse – which means not just any ordinary compliance program will suffice.

Attend International Compliance and Ethics in Oil and Gas and take away best practice insights and lessons learned to protect your company from anti corruption and bribery violations abroad. As Europe steps up its enforcement efforts behind the rip of the United States, many companies now will be scrutinised and expected to show robust compliance programmes. Ensure yours is up to scratch!

Learn from the companies who have experience in ensuring ethics and compliance remains top priority in the oil and gas sector!
Find out what the biggest enforcers such as SFO, SEC, OECD and UNOCC expect from your compliance program
Understand the importance of creating an internal culture that supports anti-corruption and Bribery initiatives and puts training at the forefront from companies like Nexen and Baker Hughes and many more
Gain Best practice case examples and roadmap developments for operating and conducting business in ‘high risk’ regions with insights from TNK-BP and Vetco Gray and many more
Get an insight on the best way to align different provisions within multiple laws and jurisdictions to ensure your contractual and operational strategy is bullet proof


Thistle Marble Arch Hotel, Bryanston Street, Marble Arch, London, W1H 7EH
United Kingdom

Additional Information

As of January 5th 2009 all registrations must go directly via the Delegate Attendance Manager to limit the amount of contact you have with different people in the company so to avoid any unnecessary calls from other parts of our sales team register only via myself. Please forward this to any other colleagues / departments you feel would benefit from attending .