Managing External Stakeholder Relationships
This program examines the management of ethical, legal, political and cultural risks (and opportunities) associated with developing energy projects in emerging markets, including upstream and downstream oil and gas investments. We will focus on companies’ social responsibility efforts, the management of relationships with external stakeholders, and how politics, culture, and law structure companies’ relationships with governments and other stakeholders in emerging markets.
- Learn how to manage your firm’s relationship with external stakeholders, governmental and nongovernmental
- Explore important social responsibility issues in the oil & gas industry, including environment, human rights, and governance
- Examine how law, politics and culture structure relationships with stakeholders
- Explore the law and politics of the siting process, including environmental permitting
||Managing External Stakeholder Relationships
||DoubleTree Hotel Houston Intercontinental Airport, 15747 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77032
||1-day program: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
||$1,395 - Single Program
$7,350 - Energy Certificate
The program fee includes all materials, lunch and refreshments during breaks.
Registration is not complete until payment is received.
Early registration is encouraged. Class size is limited and may fill to capacity. We request registrations with payment at least three weeks in advance of the program start date.
To enroll online, please follow the link. If you prefer, you may also enroll via email, fax or telephone.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs and CPEs)
Participants earn 0.7 CEUs and/or 7 CPEs for this course. A certificate of completion will be presented from Texas Executive Education.