sharing in governance of extractive industries
The World Bank, the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and CCSI are pleased to invite you to join a brown bag lunch discussion on June 13 in New York City, USA, about the changes, opportunities and challenges we are most likely to be facing over the coming years with respect to the governance of extractive industries.
Increasing resource dependence over the past decade has taken on new dimensions lately given the changing global context: lower prices than historically averages, intensifying automation, increased transparency around contracts, payments and beneficial ownership, open data movements increasing accessibility to key information, and rising awareness of the necessity to plan for a low carbon economy.
Join four leading practitioners in discussion about how they see the challenges and opportunities shape up, and in particular, how the EI Sourcebook can serve as a tool to strengthen governance in the sector Discussants:
1. Kevin Ramnarine: Strategic Adviser,Distinguished Scholar at the KBH Energy Center, and former Minister of Energy Trinidad and Tobago;
2. Sonia Balcaza: Consultant Associate at Synergos Consulting Services - former Regional Development Planning Manager at Rio Tinto in Peru;
3. Professor Peter Cameron, Director of CEPMLP, University of Dundee, UK; and
4. Michael Stanley Sector Lead, Oil, Gas & Mining, World Bank.
The discussion will be webcast.
A light lunch will be served, and a hard copy of the EI Sourcebook will be available on a first-come first serve basis. Please RSVP if you will be joining in Person or Remotely. Room details and Webcast details will be sent to those who RSVP. We look forward to seeing you.
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