This month Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law (AUCEL) are hosting a CPD Local Content Masterclass "Oil and Mineral Resources for Good, Development and Sustainable Development".
Running from the 21st October until the 1st November at the King’s College Campus, the Masterclass examines:
- Petroleum Exploration Production and Industry
- Petroleum Industry Supply Chain
- Local Content Frameworks
- Local Content Design and Implementation
- Local Content Regulation, Governance and Monitoring
- Local Economics
- Local Content Challenges and Failures
- Signal Case Studies
This intensive two- week course, delivered in both English and Portuguese, is created exclusively for senior industry executives, government NGO and agency leaders, and builds on two established post- graduate courses taught by the University of Aberdeen.
This Continued Professional Development Masterclass is designed to provide a comprehensive perspective on the resource curse phenomenon. You will gain a broad global perspective on this key issue by exploring the relationships between the many factors and stakeholders involved in the governance and development of natural mineral resources, both nationally and internationally. The course considers new and emerging trends, together with multi-disciplinary best practice. It aims to identify how best practice and new learning can be amalgamated to help formulate overarching legal frameworks that can support mutually beneficial outcomes for all stakeholders.
Providing a relevant, real world view; the course explores the best development pathways for both resource poor and resource rich nations.
The Masterclass is led by Mark Osa Igiehon with teaching delivered jointly by the School of Law and the Business School.