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  • Anti-Corruption Compliance Training

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    Anti-Corruption Compliance Training

    Anti-Corruption Compliance Training

    William E. Lawler, III

    Partner, Government Investigations & White Collar Crime Criminal Defense

    Bill is the co-head of Vinson & Elkins Government Investigations and White Collar Practice Group. Bill represents corporations, organizations, government entities, and individuals in a wide variety of difficult and sensitive matters. He represents clients in federal and state courts, as well as before regulatory agencies and Congress.

    Bill's experience includes Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, criminal antitrust, health care fraud, public corruption, campaign finance, and other white collar crime issues. He frequently advises corporate boards, audit committees, and management on compliance, risk mitigation, and investigative matters. Many of Bill’s matters are high profile ones, subject to public and media security. 

    Bill has handled matters in 35 U.S. states and more than 30 countries. He has tried more than 70 jury cases to verdict, has had 15 appellate arguments, and has conducted hundreds of grand jury and motions proceedings. Bill writes and speaks frequently on white collar, government investigations, compliance, and corporate governance issues. Bill has been recognized by Chambers USA and a number of other “best lawyer” ranking publications. While a prosecutor, he received the Department of Justice’s Attorney General’s Award, as well as the United States Attorney’s Award.

  • Reserves Report Reliability

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    Reserves Report Reliability

    Reserves Report Reliability

    John Cliver

    Vice President - Netherland, Sewell and Associates, Inc.

    Education:  B.S., Chemical Engineering, Rice University; MBA, University of Texas at Austin

    Certifications: Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and Louisiana

    John is a reservoir engineer with over 10 years of industry experience.  He worked for ExxonMobil Production Company prior to joining Netherland, Sewell & Associates, Inc. in 2009.  John has experience evaluating oil and gas properties all over the world, particularly with fields located in Onshore and Offshore California, Deepwater Gulf of Mexico, the North Sea and West Africa.  He employs expertise in reservoir simulation and integrated production modeling to assess large-scale field developments with complex infrastructure. 

  • The AIPN Model JOA

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    The AIPN Model JOA

    The AIPN Model JOA

    Miles Prillaman

    Assistant Chief Attorney - Development, Exxon Mobil Corporation


    Miles Prillaman is an Assistant Chief Attorney with Exxon Mobil Corporation, currently serving the ExxonMobil Development Company in Houston, Texas. He works primarily with upstream oil and gas matters, with a focus on joint operating agreements. Since joining Exxon Corporation in 1986 in Houston, he has also worked in Midland, Texas; Florham Park, New Jersey; and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Miles is a former AIPN officer and director and was a member of the 2012 AIPN Model International JOA Revision Committee. He also is a current member of the API Subcommittee for Exploration and Production Law.

  • Climate Change Perspective: How Should the Industry Respond?

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    Originally presented at the AIPN 2016 International Petroleum Summit in The Woodlands, TX.

    Originally presented at the AIPN 2016 International Petroleum Summit in The Woodlands, TX.

    Moderator: Alan Crain, Senior Vice President, Chief Legal & Governance Officer, Baker Hughes Incorporated
    Eric Bettelheim, Executive Chairman, Soluxe Energy Europe; Founder & CEO, Floresta Pte Ltd
    Tracy Hester, Professor of Practice, University of Houston Law Center

  • The Theory and Practice of Dealmaking: Secrets of Successful Dealmakers

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    Originally presented at the AIPN 2016 International Petroleum Summit in The Woodlands, TX.

    Theory and practice meet in this thought-provoking session with Harvard Professor Guhan Subramanian, author and negotiation expert. In his session, Professor Subramanian will connect the dots between the science of negotiating and the real world conditions encountered by international negotiators by first providing a review of core concepts in negotiations. Then, he will dive deeper by demonstrating how vocabulary such as BATNA, ZOPA, and reservation price can provide a systematic approach to prepare you for your most difficult negotiations, and guide you through best-practice strategies for scenarios that are common in the oil and gas sector. Other topics will include: game-changing moves in competitive  bidding situations; managing counterparties who may not be as sophisticated and/or may have a  different negotiation mindset; and managing situations where the other side gains bargaining leverage  after physical capital has been committed to the region. Attend this session and be better prepared for dealmaking.

  • Energy and Geopolitics: Scenarios

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    ​The global shale gas revolution, combined with technological shifts, promises to reshape not just markets but also geopolitics.

    The global shale gas revolution, combined with technological shifts, promises to reshape not just markets but also geopolitics. What will the next decade hold in terms of American power, conflict scenarios related to energy, and the role of energy cartels?