Today’s Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects are becoming more complex and are being implemented on a much larger scale, with large contract values. Companies need to have a clear strategy on how to draft, manage and negotiate their EPC contracts in a way that protects their organisation from costly delays, cost overruns, disputes and liabilities. No matter how complex the project may be, only the best utilisation of all affordable tools for risk mitigation will ensure mutual profit and benefits.

Corporate Parity’s event is designed to help you gain insight into multiple experiences with various EPC projects; benefit from the lessons learned by meeting the leaders in the field, and adopt up-to-date strategies on risk mitigation into your own organisation.
• Overview of EPC Contract Practice being used in Russia and States of Eurasian Economic Union (EEU)
• Understanding Contract Compliance with Procurement Strategies and Policy
• Dispute Resolution Clauses and Strategies in EPC Contracts
• Monitoring Negotiations to Mitigate Risk in Multiple Party Contracts
• Key Legal Issues and Balancing Risks Arising with Subcontracts
• Navigating and Negotiating Indemnity Clauses in EPC Contracts
• Assessing the Role of Insurance and Cost Reduction in EPC Contracts
• Discussing the Implication of EPC Contracts During a Merger or Acquisition

Heads, Vice Presidents, Directors, Managers and Senior Legal Counsel from contracting companies involved in Engineering, Procurement and Construction projects with responsibilities including:
• Contract Management
• Contract Drafting / Writing
• Contract Negotiation
• Contract Risk Management
• Commercial Procurement
• Supply Chain Management
• Purchasing
• In-house Counsel
• Senior Counsel
• Contracts Advisor
• Transactional Attorney
• Managing Counsel – Commercial
• Senior Lawyer
• Legal Advisor

• Oil & Gas Operators
• Oil & Gas Subcontractors and Contractors
• Power & Energy Engineering
• Associations and Academics
• Law Firms