Using dynamic petroleum contract clauses to manage risk in volatile markets
is an Associate of the Oil and Energy group at Arntzen de Besche law firm in Oslo, Norway. Ms. Gormley has experience within a range of legal areas related to the oil and energy industry and she advises Norwegian and foreign public authorities, Norwegian and foreign companies within the petroleum sector as well as NGOs that work with transparency in the extractive industries. Her main focus areas include advice on the structuring and drafting of petroleum legislation, regulations and related contracts, such as production sharing contracts. She also advises governments on international tender rounds relating to natural resources. As a part of capacitybuilding programs, she lectures on various petroleum law issues. She is also experienced within various aspects relating to transparency issues, national and international anti-corruption laws, environmental law and health, safety, and environment issues.
is a partner in the Oil and Energy group at Arntzen de Besche law firm in Oslo, Norway. He has extensive experience within a range of legal areas related to oil and energy industry, and he advises private and public exploration and production and oil service companies. His main focus areas include advice in relation to mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, and corporate financing matters for such companies. Previously, Mr. Bakken served as General Counsel of Petroleum Geo-Services ASA (a geophysical service provider listed at the Oslo Stock Exchange) for a period of 2,5 years (2004-2006). In addition to his law degree from Norway, he also holds an LLM degree from University of California, Davis (2002), where he also was a visiting scholar for a period during 2009. He is the author of «Unauthorized use of another’s trademark on the Internet», 2003 UCLA Journal of Law & Technology 3 and several other publications, published in various journals in Norway.
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- Publisert på Idunn: 2016-06-13
- Publisert: 2016-06-13