Nuts and Bolts of Mineral Title Examination
April 9-10, 2015 in Denver, Colorado

 

 
 
 
Upcoming RMMLF Programs
 
 

Core Course on International Oil and Gas Law
March 16-20, 2015 in Bangkok, Thailand


 

International Mining and Oil & Gas Law, Development, and Investment
April 20-22, 2015 in Cartagena, Colombia

 

Enhanced Oil Recovery: Legal Framework for Sustainable Management of Mature Oil Fields
May 7-8, 2015 in San Antonio, TX

 

Natural Resources Law Teachers Institute
May 27-29, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah

 

61st Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute
July 16-18, 2015 in Anchorage, Alaska

 

Mining Agreements: Contracting for Goods and Services
September 23-25, 2015

 

 

International Oil & Gas Law, Contracts & Negotiations
Houston, Texas
.- Part 1: October 5-9, 2015
.- Part 2: October 12-16, 2015

 

 

Oil & Gas Law Short Course
October 19-23, 2015 in Westminster, Colorado

 

 

Federal Oil & Gas Leasing Short Course
October 19-22, 2015 in Westminster, Colorado

 

 

Endangered Species Act: Current & Emerging Issues Affecting Resource Development
November 4-5, 2015 in Denver, Colorado

Human Rights and the Extractive Industries
February 18-19, 2016 in Panama

62nd Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute
July 21-23, 2016 in Squaw Valley, California

63rd Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute
July 20-22, 2017 in Santa Fe, New Mexico

64th Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute
July 19-21, 2018 in Victoria, British Columbia

65th Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute
July 18-20, 2019 in Monterey, California

66th Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute
July 23-25, 2020 in Salt Lake City, Utah

   
     
  .WHAT'S NEW:
 
  • Dialogue on the U.S. Government National Action Plan on Responsible Business Conduct - Hosted by the University of Oklahoma College of Law, Thursday, April 2, 2015 in Norman Oklahoma. The consultations will focus on a variety of issues arising in the context of companies operating abroad, including the hiring of security forces, transparency/corruption issues, and the treatment of vulnerable groups.  Please join us for this important dialogue among members of the business community, tribal government officials and business leaders, civil society, indigenous peoples organizations, the U.S. government, and the academic community to brainstorm ways the federal government can encourage and support responsible business conduct abroad.  We will be discussing the full range of tools the U.S. government may have at its disposal, including collaboration with civil society, businesses, and indigenous peoples, diplomatic initiatives with other governments and multinational organizations, education and training initiatives, multi-stakeholder initiatives, transparency and reporting, and policy and regulation options.

  • Comparative Offshore Oil & Gas Conference - USA, UK, Norway: On March 12-13, 2015, LSU Law School will host its first Comparative Offshore Oil & Gas Conference in Baton Rouge, LA. The purpose of the conference is to examine several highly pertinent (at times controversial!) regulatory and contractual issues as these are dealt with in three major developed offshore oil and gas jurisdictions: the USA (OCS), the UK and Norway. The conference will prove invaluable for US in-house counsels, commercial negotiators, and outside counsels presently involved (or considering involvement) in the UK and/or Norway. The conference will also serve as a valuable refresher course for US corporates and advisors engaged in or considering OCS business.  For academics, students and others, the conference will provide an invaluable comparative review of how things are done differently (even much differently!) in different countries.

  • Job Posting: General Counsel, North America (Denver, CO)

  • Call for papers: OGEL Special Issue on emerging issues in Polar Energy Law and Governance. The Polar areas provide special challenges, opportunities and restrictions regarding the development of energy resources, particularly oil and gas. The potential for enormous untapped energy reserves and the international law challenges of maritime boundaries borders and competing claims of sovereignty will make the Arctic region home to one of the most compelling sets of international legal issues in the 21st Century. The renegotiation of the Madrid Protocol in the Antarctic, which currently prevents mining in the Antarctic regions, combined with similar issues of competing claims of sovereignty, and the overarching Antarctic Treaty Framework means that potential energy resource development Antarctic region will become increasingly controversial and prominent. Papers should be submitted by 15 March 2015 deadline to tinahunter@abdn.ac.uk as well as a copy to info@ogel.org .

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