Energy Regulation and Policies

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Dr. Ting Ding Hooi

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Introduction

The long-term economic development of the world to large extend depends on the existence of efficient energy and resources industries. Issues that include the regulatory challenges of conservation and renewable energy, deregulation of markets, incentive regulation, carbon pricing as well as more traditional subjects such cost of capital and rate design from the tone and tenor of these industries. Mitigating and addressing these issues require individuals who possess a sound grasp of the legal, technical and policy backgrounds.    

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able: 1.Evaluate the development of energy sources; 2.Interpret the issues involved in energy law and policy; 3.Conclude the sources of international energy law, jurisdiction, responsibility and liability of subjects    

Trainers

Dr. Ting Ding Hooi holds a PhD in Marketing. Prior to his PhD, he did his MSc in Economics at Exeter University, UK and his thesis was on Environmental Economics and policy. Dr Ting is also the Acting Program Manager for the Master of Business Administration in Energy Management (MBA-EM) at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. He received several grants from the Sumitomo Foundation, Japan, Murata Science Foundation, Japan,  Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, and Yayasan UTP to embark on projects related to the Oil and Gas industry, as well as policy papers on the socio-economics of Japan, Korea and Malaysia. Dr Ting is the President of the American Association of the Inside Sales Professionals (AA-ISP) Malaysia chapter. It is an international association dedicated exclusively to advancing the profession of Inside Sales, based in Minnesota, United States.  

Dr. Wan Zulhafiz is an Assistant Professor at Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). Dr. Wan Zulhafiz graduated with a Ph.D. in Law from the University of Aberdeen in 2016 for his thesis entitled, “Unbalanced Indemnities: A Comparative Analysis of Risk Allocation in Oilfield Service Contracts in Malaysia, the U.K. and, U.S.A”, making him among the first academicians specialised in oil and gas law in Malaysia. Previously, he has been a corporate lawyer for approximately 4 years before joining academia with research interests on energy law, corporate law and commercial contracting. He has been an avid researcher, publishing over 20 papers in journals, international conferences and popular media. He represents Malaysia in the advisory board of International Energy Law Advisory Group (IELAG). He has won several awards for his excellent works, notably the Ede & Ravenscroft Prize Award in 2014. He is an advocate and solicitor in the High Court in Malaya (non-practising). He is also a committee member of the Malaysian Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) and ASEAN Energy Law Network.   Dr. Farahdilah Ghazali earned both her Ph.D in Law and Master of Comparative Laws from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). She also earned her degree in Bachelor of Legal Studies (Hons.) from Universiti Teknologi MARA. As of present, she is a lecturer at Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT), where she affiliates to Institute of Oceanography and the Environment (INOS). Farahdilah’s research interest is natural resources law, conservation and biodiversity, sustainable development especially with respect to issues related to renewable energy and climate change. Her recent publications have included topics such as marine renewable energy legal framework and laws pertaining to nuclear energy development. She is currently supervising Ph.D student related to the environmental law and also engages to several research projects related to her area. Prior to this, she taught commercial and company laws at Universiti Tenaga Nasional. During her tenure at Universiti Tenaga Nasional, she supervised undergraduates for their projects and she has served Tenaga Nasional Berhad (Distribution) as part of her research and consultancy work. Dr. Farahdilah has published in numerous journals, book chapters, and presented in a number of conference proceedings.    

Course Contents

This five-day course will cover the following aspects (case studies may be included in some topics): 1.Oil & gas law: An overview 2.Renewable energy law: An overview 3.International law and sustainable development 4.Coals and minerals law: An overview  

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Introduction The long-term economic development of the world to large extend depends on the existence of efficient energy and resources industries. Issues that include the regulatory challenges of conservation and renewable energy, deregulation of markets, incentive regulation, carbon pricing as […]

Price : 5260 for Professional (Discount available for students, group registration, PETRONAS staff, and UTP alumni) MYR

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