overview course 201: energy finance
The purpose of this EBA Academy course is to familiarize registrants with multiple types of financing commonly used in the energy industry, provide a basic understanding of their differences, and pros/cons where alternative forms of financing are available for a particular project or transaction. The course is geared for energy lawyers and professionals who wish to understand central financing concepts, grasp key differences among common financing structures, and become conversant in these areas at a high level. The course will focus on legal structuring, key contracts, risk mitigation, and tax considerations.
About the Energy Law Academy
The EBA Energy Law Academy focuses on the core legal and regulatory concepts and basic industry fundamentals that every energy law practitioner needs for success. The overall goal of the Academy is to provide attorneys and energy professionals with a comprehensive foundation of the various aspects of the energy law sector. Upon completion, Academy students will have a greater understanding of the major subject matter areas so they can better approach, research, and evaluate the issues their clients face.
You may participate in the EBA Energy Law Academy by taking individual courses; or enhance your overall knowledge of energy law by obtaining your Energy Law Academy Certificate of Achievement.