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Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business and Boundary Disputes in the Energy Sector

On 19 April 2010 the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) jointly present a panel of international corporate counsel and arbitration experts in an important conference covering many aspects of global energy disputes.

Days 1 and 2: Dispute Resolution in the International Oil & Gas Business

  • History of Oil and Gas Disputes
  • Disputes among Companies
  • Remedies and Damages in Oil and Gas Disputes
  • Human Rights and Environmental Disputes
  • Investments Treaties and National Laws
  • Stabilization, Renegotiation and Adaptation in Oil and Gas Investments
  • Corporate Strategies in Managing Oil and Gas Disputes

Six breakout sessions will provide an in-depth analysis of historical, existing and developing oil and gas disputes in specific regions around the world.

Day 3: Boundary Disputes in the Energy Sector

  • Historical boundary disputes in the Middle East and the North Sea
  • Present boundary disputes in Asia and Africa
  • Future boundary disputes in the Arctic
  • Delimiting Boundaries on the Outer Continental Shelf
  • The role played by oil and gas companies in boundary disputes
  • Registration options include the entire three-day program, the two-day Dispute
  • Resolution program or the one-day Boundary Disputes program.

For further information about this conference, please click here. You may also download the brochure here.