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The course will cover: the oil and gas licensing regime; the broader context within which the oil and gas industry operates; Joint Operating Agreements; exclusivity agreements; Joint Bidding Agreements; exclusion/indemnity clauses and risk allocation; access to infrastructure; renewable and planning issues; servitudes; health & safety and the environment qualifying disclosures and protected disclosures; the legal framework concerning decommissioning; the role of the media with particular reference to the Brent Spar incident; regulatory issues and responsibilities in the event of an oil rig disaster. Key skills will also be covered such as communication with clients, drafting, negotiation, and transaction based research.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
The assessment consists of 5 discrete elements, including participation and professionalism (pass/fail). Students must pass all 5 elements of assessment to pass the course and the final mark awarded for the course will be based on the marks obtained in the first 4 elements of assessment. Resit: students are able to resit elements 1-4 of the assessment.
There are no assessments for this course.