Energy Law

Unitization Overview

Apr 28, 2021

Webinar begins at 10:00 am Central

Registration Open

MCLE Credit available.

Details for connecting to the webinar will be sent after you register. Please email RMMLF for any questions.

Duration: 1.5 hours

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Overview

For more than 25 years the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation, the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, and the Institute for Energy Law have co-sponsored the annual Short Courses on International Oil & Gas Law, Contracts, and Negotiations. The Short Courses cover a wide variety of contractual and transactional subjects from Discovery to Development to Decommissioning encountered in the international oil and gas industry covered by numerous experienced industry experts. The Sponsors are hopeful of again offering the Short Courses during Fall 2021.

In preparation for the resumption of the Short Courses, the Sponsors are presenting a series of three webinars with Short Course faculty that will touch on subjects covered in much greater detail during the Short Courses.

Webinar begins at 8am PST, 9am MST, 10am CST, 11am EST
Duration: 1.5 hours

The third webinar in the series will briefly review:

  • The role and importance of Unitization in the international oil and gas industry
  • Key issues in Unitization
  • Things to be wary of in Unitization

Speakers

Andy Derman

ANDY DERMAN is the Firm’s International Energy Practice Group Leader and serves as Chairman and Board Member of Thompson & Knight Global Energy Services, LLC, a wholly owned affiliate of the Firm that provides technical, economic, and commercial advisory services to the energy sector. With a concentration on oil and gas investment projects and cross-border transactions, he focuses on providing legal and commercial support in connection with acquisitions, divestments, trades, and mergers; strategic commercial and business advice; large infrastructure projects, including LNG, GTL, and refineries; nationalization/expropriation; anti-corruption (FCPA) and sanction advice; unitizations; boundary (onshore and offshore) disputes; exploration, development, and production operations; production sharing contracts; negotiations; and dispute resolution (litigation, arbitration, and expert testimony).

Peter Sloan

PETER SLOAN is a highly experienced senior international upstream attorney and recognized figure within the London oil and gas legal world. He has extensive experience conducting negotiations at the most senior level with co-venturers, financial institutions, governments, and NOCs. Peter has had significant experience serving as in-house counsel at various multinational oil and gas companies, and in these roles he managed numerous acquisitions; financings; and major governmental and joint venture agreements, including governmental concessions/PSAs, operating agreements, A+D and farmout agreements, bank facilities, and oil and gas services contracts. He has been involved with oil and gas projects in the African region for more than 15 years, making him uniquely qualified to handle the complex issues that arise with global energy projects.

CLE Credit

This course consists of approximately 1.5 hours of continuing education. You must let us know in advance of the conference the states or organizations for which you will need credit (see registration form). Credit hours for states will vary and are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules. Foundation conferences are typically accredited by all mandatory CLE states and Canadian provinces, the AAPL, NADOA, and NALTA, and other professional organizations. Attorneys from certain states may be required to pay an additional fee. The Foundation is a State Bar of California MCLE-approved provider.

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