18. February 2019 - 9:00
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Australian Oil and Gas | UWA Law School | Monday, 18. February 2019

The workshop will be accessible not only to lawyers entering the field, but also to those already concerned with oil and gas issues, government officials, resource company personnel, and others who seek to improve their expertise in oil and gas law.
This workshop provides a working knowledge of Australian Oil and Gas Law. Topics covered include:

the legal nature and protection of oil and gas exploration and production rights, both generally and in Australia
the Australian regulatory and licensing regime
control of operations
health safety and environmental regulation
issues relating to onshore petroleum
regulation of downstream operations including gas codes
fiscal arrangements

The course will be led by John Chandler.  John is Co-Director of the UWA Law School's Centre for Mining, Energy and Natural Resources Law. John has been a practising lawyer for over 40 years specialising in mining and petroleum development and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his teaching and research interests which include oil and gas law, corporate governance and resource investment.