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Ignacio Randle

The Mining Law Committee seeks to promote the interchange of information and views, and to advance knowledge among individual members of the committee and others as to laws, practices and procedures affecting all activities concerning minerals and mining throughout the world.

This committee works with the following committees to form the Section on Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law:

  • The Model Mining Development Agreement (MMDA) Project is a committee initiative to improve transparency, quality and results of contract negotiations between host states and mining companies. More



2014 SEERIL scholarships for energy and natural resources law studies - Applications have now closed for this scholarship.

The IBA Section on Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law (SEERIL), together with its Academic Advisory Group (AAG), are delighted to announce that they are again accepting applications from students requiring funding for advanced studies or research in the fields of energy and natural resources law.

The scholarships and research grants, up to a total of £18,000 a year, and is open to students at any institution where at least one member of the faculty is an IBA/SEERIL member.  


‘Putting Ourselves in Their Shoes’ is a film which tells of the rising resentments among community members to the operations of Tintaya mine through the course of its government ownership and subsequent privatisation. More

In 2011, the IBA hosted a webcast interview and Q&A with Peter Rees QC, Legal Director of Royal Dutch Shell.


Mining Law Committee newsletter featuring updates and articles from around the world. March 2011 (IBA login required)
Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law - SEERIL journal
  • Model Mining Development Agreement Project 2012 


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