Commercial Gas Contracts
WhenJun 16, 2014 09:00 AM to
Jun 17, 2014 05:00 PM
A unique opportunity to receive specific commercial training & scenarios on how to be the lead negotiator from inception to completion of gas sale agreements, gas transportation agreements & joint venture agreements.
Key Learning Outcomes: Understand the unique mix of analytical, commercial and interpersonal skills required to be a competent negotiator Analyse contractual terms, legal obligations, risks and liabilities Determine the economic value of various contract terms and whats important for both sides Negotiate and assess the value of contractual terms and how to close the deal Examine and assess the structure, components, key clauses, pros and cons of specific gas agreements, including > JOAs, GSAs and GTAs Negotiate contractual terms through structured, guided and facilitated negotiation scenarios
About the Course
Participating in commercial activities such as contract negotiation requires a unique mix of analytical, commercial and interpersonal skills coupled with an appreciation of legal obligations, analysis, commercial terms, risks and liabilities.One needs to have confidence in their skills and knowledge to provide a valuable contribution to the negotiating team. This course provides a unique opportunity to do that _ it will identify and review the various skills needed to be successful, and provide the opportunity to practise using these skills in an instructor led environment where you will receive feedback, encouragement and advice.
The course will demonstrate how to undertake economic analysis, think strategically, get a deal over the line and develop negotiation tactics. It also reviews contract law basics/contract structures and the philosophy behind commercial negotiation _ understanding this will help provide logic and clarity to your commercial negotiations.
Category: Conferences | Energy & Environment | Oil & Gas
Venue: Informa Australia, 120 Sussex St., Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
Speakers: Craig Langford