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The Decarbonisation Journey for Oil and Gas
July 2021 A select group of oil and gas industry professionals about what they see as the key points in plotting a course for the oil and gas industry’s journey to a low carbon future. With panellists including oil and gas industry leaders the discussion will explore a number of topics including energy transition investment, developments in the low carbon LNG market, Green LNG and more.
Tributación Minera. Experiencias de Chile y Australia. Mining Taxation Talk. Chile and Australian Experiences
July 2021 Con motivo de un proyecto de ley en Chile que establece un nuevo royalty aplicable a la minería, en este webinar se revisarán aquellos cambios, teniendo como contexto la realidad tributaria minera Australiana. (This session will explore the new Chilean mining tax bill and reflect on what Australia and Chile learn from their experiences)
Key trends in the oil and gas/LNG industry (Asia Pacific)
August 2021 During this online panel discussion, our experienced panellists will explore key trends affecting the oil and gas industry and make some predictions about what those trends might mean for the future.
Legal Ethics in Energy and Resources Law
November 2020 Ethical behaviour is one of the hallmarks of the legal profession. This webinar will provide practitioners with a refresher on legal ethics in the context of energy and resources law.
Hydrogen Industry: Developments, Legal Issues And Challenges
April 2020 Hosted by AMPLA QLD President Gavin Scott, Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright, and presented by Daniel Roberts, Leader, Hydrogen Energy Systems Future Science Platform, CSIRO and James Plumb, Partner, Carter Newell, we discuss the current state of the hydrogen industry in Australia, and some of the legal issues challenges facing practitioners.
Temporary Changes To Australia’s Foreign Investment Review Framework
May 2020 Hosted by AMPLA WA Committee Member Michael Denny, Solicitor, Herbert Smith Freehills, and presented by Liz Humphry, Partner at Clayton Utz, Campbell Cooper, Managing Director at Greenhill & Co, and Stephen Smith, Partner at Deloitte Access Economics, this webinar will examine the temporary changes to Australia’s foreign investment review framework that were introduced to protect Australia’s national interest, and ensure appropriate oversight over foreign investment, at a time when the COVID-19 outbreak is putting intense pressure on the Australian economy and business. The focus of the webinar will be on examining the implications of these changes for foreign investment and transactional activity in the energy and resources sectors.
Young Professionals: Understanding Oil & Gas Markets
June 2020 Hosted by AMPLA's Young Professional National Committee, this session explains how oil and gas markets operate, provides an overview of market conditions and discusses trends going forward.
Market Insights: Could a “GameStop short squeeze” event happen in Australia?
March 2021 How to prepare your company for social media fuelled price bubbles. 1. details why stock in GameStop (the parent company of Australia’s EB Games) rocketed in early-mid January 2021 from less than US$20 each to an all-time intraday high of US$483; 2. discusses whether a similar “short squeeze” could happen in Australia; and outlines some tips and tricks to prepare companies that may find themselves the focus of a social media fuelled buying frenzy.
Clifford Chance National Partnership Program: Climate Change In A Post-Covid World
August 2020 In partnership with Clifford Chance, AMPLA is pleased to present this session looking at how economic recovery could be linked with tackling climate change, including through green stimulus packages and encouraging investment in renewable energy or energy efficiency projects.
KPMG National Partnership Program: Fraud in the new working world
February 2021 In partnership with KPMG, AMPLA is pleased to present this session on Fraud in the new working world. The working environment in corporate Australia has changed. Fraud and corruption is a growing concern where COVID has disrupted business processes and controls and working from home is more prominent than ever before.