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With the support of the industry, the Canadian Oil & Gas Contract Risk Management Initiative has been created to help you develop an effective framework to mitigate risk, reduce unexpected costs and overcome competing commercial priorities between stakeholders to ensure successful contract execution. Each of these drivers are forcing those involved in contracts, legal, procurement, purchasing and supply chain to implement new strategies to drive collaboration in cross functional teams to develop win-win outcomes and ensure successful project delivery. Attend the Canadian Oil & Gas Contract Risk Management Initiative and you will discover the best ways to achieve success in contract negotiation, by overcoming any barriers that prevent the most successful business collaborations. Attend to find out how you can: - Achieve collaboration as the norm and guarantee success in contract negotiations - Develop a win-win relationship while conducting complex contract negotiations - Optimize project outcomes by overcoming cultural barriers in legal systems - Develop an effective framework to ensure successful contract execution - Implement new ways to effectively apply standardized defined terms between various forms of agreement - Apply new strategies to overcome competing commercial priorities between Canadian Oil & Gas operators and service companies - Prevent changes in risk allocation and liabilities - Develop new strategies for the effective delivery of major contracts - Examine the latest approaches to reduce risk, minimize costs and ensure contracts are managed and followed - Overcome the challenges of developing oil and gas resources and infrastructures on indigenous lands: Latest updates in aboriginal laws, treaties, regulations and agreements Who should attend? This initiative is tailored for those directly involved in Contracts, Legal, Negotiation, Procurement, Risk and Purchasing.

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