This high-level event will take place on 7th – 8th March at the Grange St. Paul’s Hotel in Central London. The event will be followed by a day of executive workshops on 9th March 2016. The School and Centre will be represented by its World-Class Faculty and staff members.
The forum is organised by the London Centre of International Law Practice (LCILP) through its Centre for International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution, and Centre for International Energy and Natural Resources Law and Security.
The conference aims to bring together policy makers and governmental representatives, national and international oil companies, major stakeholders, arbitration institutions and energy organisations, and practitioners and academics. The conference is directed by Brandon Malone, one of LCILP’s highly regarded experts and supported by major institutions and organisations in the sector.
The event addresses the challenges in the current context marked by political instability and a drop in oil prices that is now affecting the energy market in the Middle East and Africa.
- An overview of the energy arbitration system
- The Middle East and Africa context: economic factors, market and security issues;
- Practical considerations when arbitrating
- Specific issues arising at the stages of exploration, extraction, refinement and distribution process
- Impact of renewable energy development
- Impact of investment by state actors
ESCP's Energy Management Centre will have a stand at the conference. Do visit us there and find out more about our energy industry-related business education programmes: the part-time Executive Master in Energy Management, the full time MSc in Energy Management and our series of specialised Advanced Master Classes.
For more information please contact the LCILP office at +44 (0) 207 404 5029 or at [email protected].
ESCP students will benefit from a 40% discount on registrations (£480 plus VAT). To register at this discounted rate, please contact the organiser via email at [email protected], quoting the discount code ‘ESCP16’.
ESCP Alumni will benefit from a 20% discount on registrations (£640 plus VAT). To register at this discounted rate, please contact the organiser via email at [email protected], quoting the discount code ‘ESCP216’.
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