HOUSTON, October 11, 2012 – Three King & Spalding lawyers who are experts in energy law, infrastructure transactions and international disputes were presenters at an annual two-part “short course” on international oil and gas law, contracts and negotiations held in Houston at the end of September and beginning of October. They are partners John Bowman, Jennifer A. Josefson and Philip R. Weems. The program is presented each year by the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation in affiliation with the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators and Institute for Energy Law of the Center for American and International Law.
The “short course” is considered to be the premier international oil and gas program on contracts and negotiations for lawyers and commercial representatives of international oil companies, including state-owned oil companies. It is divided into separate week-long presentations on upstream and midstream issues.
The King & Spalding presenters and their topics were:
Upstream (September 20-24)
“Granting Instrument Issues” - Jennifer Josefson
“International Dispute Resolution Issues” - John Bowman
Midstream (October 1-5)
“National Gas Sales and Purchase Overview” - Philip Weems
“National Gas Sales and Purchase Issues” - Philip Weems
“LNG Project Development Issues” - Philip Weems
“LNG Project Sales and Transportation Issues” - Philip Weems
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