Stabilisation provisions in oil and gas contracts: A must?

Dr Carole Nakhle, CEO of Crystol Energy, discusses whether stabilisation provisions in oil and gas contracts are needed and how effective they are when used, in a webinar organised by the Extractives Hub on February 19, 2020.

Stabilisation clauses in oil and gas contracts have significantly evolved over the last few decades. However, all along, they have been seen as controversial, with some extreme views describing them as diluting state sovereignty.

Dr Nakhle is joined by Peter Muliisa, Chief Legal and Corporate Affairs Officer at the Uganda National Oil Company, and Dr Victoria Nalule, Energy and Mining Professional & Consultant. 

Watch Dr Carole Nakhle's concluding remarks:

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