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Course CatalogCatalog: 08. Oil, Gas and Energy Specialization

Courses listed in this catalog focus on addressing key business, legal and regulatory concepts related to anti-bribery/anti-corruption issues specific to the oil, gas and energy industries. Required courses for this specialization are listed below and have been denoted with an *.

  1. Effective Anti-Corruption Strategies in the Public Procurement Process Making Transparency Work*
  2. Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain*
  3.  Anti-Bribery Challenges in Shipping, Freight Forwarding, and Logistics*
  4. Third Party Anti-Bribery Compliance Audits: How to Draft and Enforce Audit Clauses*
  5.  Operation Car Wash and Anti-Corruption Enforcement Trends in Brazil*
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  • Courses (22)
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The Art of Joint Bidding An Oil and Gas Industry Guide for Navigating the Process of Joint Bidding

Credits: 1
More and more often, end customers within the oil and gas industry are requesting joint bids for complex projects. Gain practical guidance for navigating this complex process as well as insights for best working with partners in Latin American and Mexico.
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Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain: Best Practices for Complying With Federal, State and Foreign Requirements

Credits: 1
Benefit during this session from an overview of recent updates to human trafficking and related supply chain laws at the global, US state and federal level as you are provided with practical suggestions for meeting regulatory compliance requirements.
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Best Practices in Supply Chain Ethics

Credits: 1
During this course, benefit from an overview of best practices in supply chain ethics as the course instructor addresses the concept of ethics in the supply chain, ISM’s Ethical Principles as a template for supply chain best practice, as well as insights for operationalizing supply chain ethics across your business. An added benefit of this course, learners will also be provided with a decision making framework for responding to ethical dilemmas.
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Third Party Anti-Bribery Compliance Audits: How to Draft and Enforce Audit Clauses

Credits: 1
During this course, Sanjay Bhandari, Partner at Ballard Spahr LLP, will provide guidance on state of the art audit clauses and how companies should enforce the same. Providing additional insight into how companies can create an FCPA audit process for monitoring compliance by vendors across one’s supply chain, the instructor will also address the various types of transactions companies should review (in addition and outside of financial data), termination rights and how to avoid related pitfalls.
Closed

Anticorruption Laws and Compliance Challenges in Argentina

Credits: 1
**Course Closed due to age of information**Guillermo Jorge, of Guillermo Jorge & Asociados, will present a webinar on local law issues and compliance challenges multinational companies face when operating in Argentina.
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Anti-Bribery Enforcement and Compliance Challenges in Nigeria

Credits: 1
Participants will learn about recent developments with anti-bribery efforts in Nigeria, including enforcement actions against multinationals operating there. With a particular emphasis on the oil and gas community, Mr. Anga will also discuss practical compliance strategies for ensuring that companies with a presence in Nigeria do not run afoul of either local law or international anti-bribery standards.
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Anti-Bribery Challenges in Shipping, Freight Forwarding, and Logistics

Credits: 1
This course will provide an overview of the anti-bribery challenges faced by shipping and freight forwarding companies operating internationally, particularly in emerging market countries. The course will also discuss best practices for dealing with these challenges and preventing and detecting problems in customs-related third party relationships
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Tough Compliance in Tough Places: Diligence in Development Assistance

Credits: 1
During this session the course instructor will discuss the particular compliance challenges faced by those working within the development assistance landscape. Participants will learn about the various tools and techniques designed to address these challenges including tips for issues including controls, communications and reporting.
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Anticorruption Challenges in the Oil and Gas Industry

Credits: 1
William Jacobson, the Chief Compliance Officer and Co-General Counsel of Weatherford International, a leading oilfield services provider, will discuss the challenges faced by this business sector when operating internationally. Participants will also hear practical, “best practice” responses to these challenges aimed at ensuring that an anti-corruption program works in a challenging environment.
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Operation Car Wash and Anti-Corruption Enforcement Trends in Brazil

Credits: 1
The ongoing investigation into Lavo Jato or “Operation Car Wash” has revealed a scandal of unprecedented scope. In December 2016, Odebrecht S.A. and Braskem S.A., both headquartered in Brazil, agreed to pay a record-breaking $3.6 billion global settlement to Brazilian, Swiss, and U.S. authorities to resolve allegations of bribery. During this session benefit from an overview of the Car Wash Operation and the impact the investigation has had on local and global corruption investigations and enforcement.
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At the Crossroads of Anti-Bribery Compliance and International Trade Compliance

Credits: 1
**Course Closed due to age of information**Many professionals handling anti-bribery compliance also have responsibility for, or regularly come across, issues related to a company’s compliance with export control, sanctions, customs and anti-boycott regulations. Ben Lindorf will discuss the intersection between anti-bribery compliance and international trade compliance, including areas of overlap, flashpoints to watch out for, and managing third parties and due diligence with an eye to both areas of law.
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Focus on Africa: Minimizing Bribery and Corruption Risks in Nigeria, Angola, and Kenya

Credits: 1
Addressing corruption risks associated with business operations in Nigeria, Angola, and Kenya this session also provides compliance recommendations for minimizing the risk of liability for your company and your personnel on the ground.
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Joint Ventures in the Anti-Corruption Crosshairs

Credits: 1
During this session benefit from an overview of the unique anti-bribery compliance challenges posed by joint ventures as you are provided with insights into what steps global multi-national companies can take to mitigate such risks.
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The Anti-Bribery Landscape and Compliance in Indonesia

Credits: 1
During this course benefit from a firsthand overview of the current state of anti-bribery regulation and compliance in Indonesia including an overview of the legislative and regulatory history of the development of anti-corruption law locally.
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Combatting Judicial Corruption in Sub-Saharan Africa

Credits: 1
A series of high profile scandals have rocked the judicial branches in several sub-Saharan countries, including Kenya and Ghana. In this course, Mr. Igbanugo will discuss the developmental challenges of Sub Saharan countries in eradicating judiciary corruption and modernizing African courts through enhanced transparency and rule of law.
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Right Sizing Your Third Party Due Diligence Program

Credits: 1
This course, led by Seth Rice, Assistant General Counsel and Global Director of Ethics & Compliance at Kennametal, will discuss the due diligence challenges faced by multinational companies operating around the globe and will provide practical guidance on developing, implementing, and managing a cost-effective and risk-based due diligence program.
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Iraq Anti-Corruption Laws Minimizing Bribery Risks in a Challenging Jurisdiction

Credits: 0.5
Participants will learn about recent anti-bribery regulatory and enforcement developments in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr. Donovan will also discuss practical compliance strategies for ensuring that companies with a presence in Iraq and Afghanistan do not run afoul of either local law or international anti-bribery standards.
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Anti-Corruption Challenges for the Oil Gas and Extractive Services Industry in Latin America

Credits: 1
This course will provide a top level overview of anti-corruption compliance challenges currently facing the oil and gas industry in Latin America. Benefit from an examination of fundamental issues driving the development of anti-corruption law and enforcement in key regions in Latin America as you are provided with practical guidance for effectively overseeing your operations on the ground and ensuring compliance with both US and local regulatory regimes.
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Anti-Bribery Enforcement and Compliance Challenges in Mexico

Credits: 1
**Course Closed due to age of information**Faculty will provide an overview of the anti-bribery risks and challenges faced by multinational companies operating in Mexico, including key considerations companies should focus on when implementing and monitoring local compliance programs. He also will discuss the enforcement of domestic anti-bribery laws by Mexican enforcement authorities and the impact this is having on both foreign and Mexican entities.
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The Antitrust and Anticorruption Connection: Bid Rigging in Procurement

Credits: 1
Marcus Cohen of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. and Sam Cantrell of Ballard Spahr LLP will provide an overview of U.S. anti-money laundering (AML) regulation from an anti-corruption perspective. They will discuss the intersection between anti-bribery compliance and AML compliance, areas of overlap, and managing third parties and foreign interactions with both areas of the law in mind. They will also discuss how asset forfeiture—something not often considered—should impact compliance efforts
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Spotlight on Iran Sanctions: Addressing Recent Changes to Global Regulatory Regimes and the Impact on Multi-National Corporations

Credits: 1
During this session benefit from a comprehensive overview of recent changes to the Iran sanctions regime, including an update on global sanctions regulations as well as practical recommendations for ensuring compliance across your global operations.
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Conflict Minerals

Credits: 0.5
This course will help you learn what conflict minerals are and who is affected, comply with the U.S. Conflict Minerals Rule and its requirements, and gain awareness of practical compliance steps that companies are taking in furtherance of the rule.
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