Dr. Tade Oyewunmi is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL), UEF Law School, Finland and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Tulane University Center for Energy Law, New Orleans, LA, USA. His research, teaching and consulting activities are in the areas of international energy law and policy, natural resources law and development, the economics of regulation, international energy investments and transactions. Tade's postdoctoral research builds on his earlier works which considered the role of energy law and regulatory institutions in enhancing the competitiveness and security of gas supply to power markets. It borders on law and policy issues arising from decarbonization policies and emerging technological developments in natural gas and electricity supply industry.
His prior work experience includes practicing as a commercial dispute resolution, oil and gas transactions lawyer following his LL.B in 2004 and qualification as a Barrister and Solicitor in Nigeria in 2005. Tade received a Doctor of Laws (LLD), European and International Energy Law, 2017, University of Eastern Finland; a Master of Laws (LLM), Oil and Gas Law, 2011, University of Aberdeen, UK; and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), 2004, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
OGEL 1 (2019) - Energy Law and Regulation in Low-carbon and Transitional Energy Markets
OGEL Special Issue prepared by Prof. Yinka Omorogbe and Tade Oyewunmi:
OGEL 1 (2017) - Oil and Gas Law and Policy in West Africa