Webinar: "Update on the AIPN Joint Operating Agreement"

Live Webinar: "Update on the AIPN Joint Operating Agreement"

8:00 a.m. CST (UTC -6) Thursday, December 3, 2020

2:00 p.m. GMT  |  5:00 p.m. MSK  |  Time Zone Converter

1.5 hours (inclusive of Q&A)

Drafting Committee Co-Chairs
Shona Walker, Commercial Manager, Shell Oil Company
Paul Deemer, Retired Partner in Residence, Vinson & Elkins
Ed Harper, Project Leader, Business Development, Equinor

Drafting Sub-committee Speakers
Stuart Carter, Partner, Keystone Law
Nick Scott, Business Development Advisor, ExxonMobil

Tom Booth, Senior Legal Counsel, ABC/AML Americas, Shell Canada Limited
Marty Tate, Head of Upstream Agreements, BHP Billiton Petroleum
Mark Beeley, Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
Pat Appel, Senior Counsel, Chevron Global Upstream & Gas

Members and non-members are invited to join us for a webinar update on the progress of AIPN's Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) drafting committee. This model contract drafting committee is currently updating the 2012 JOA in light of experience with its use over the past 8 years and includes four sub-committees focused on Decommissioning, ABC/Sanctions, Dispute Resolution and Human Rights. The drafting co-chairs, along with their sub-committee representatives, will provide an update on the committee’s progress, provide an interesting update on a number of key issues, as well as touch base on the critical issues that are being considered within the draft.

Registration Fees:
Member - complimentary
Non-Member - $25

Webinar registration fees include access to the live and on-demand recording on AIPN University.

Apply for membership before registering and receive member rates! After completing your membership application, please email aipnevents@aipn.org for assistance with registering.

Please register at the link to the right. Details on how to access the webinar will be provided via email on or before December 2.

Continuing Education Credits
AIPN is an accredited sponsor approved by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE. A maximum of 1.50 CLE credit hours, of which 0.00 credit hours will apply to legal ethics/professional responsibility credit will be awarded based on individual attendance. If you require credit in another state, a certificate of attendance can be provided. Your attendance will be verified.