Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law
The Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law fosters research excellence in the fields of energy and environmental law, natural resources, investments and sustainable development. The Centre serves as a forum to create a community of collaborative work, research dissemination, research-led teaching, and public policy engagement and knowledge transfer.
The Centre’s research interest lies in regulatory aspects of the oil and gas industry, with a particular focus on new issues, including sustainable development at fostering investments in the energy transition, climate change, technology, natural resources, as well as different methods for adjudicating disputes in the field, and resource management.
The Centre comprises academics, doctoral researchers working on relevant topics in the School of Law, and associate members. It also provides a broad range of study options for professionals who are either already working in the sector, or who are interested in moving into the area, including lawyers, policy makers, academics and government officials. It regularly holds academic events and fosters external collaborations.
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