Specialty Chemicals/catalyst Technology Licensing
We are working with a large oil and gas company and looking to connect with experts who can help us in understanding the engagement models in procuring specialty chemicals/catalyst technology licensing for our client. We would like to connect with someone who has worked in companies like of shell, dow, exxonmobil, chevron, evonik, lummus technology etc. Who provide these kind of licenses or someone working in the oil and gas companies who has procured such licenses for their firm. We would like to get a better understanding of the following points: 1) what are the different engagement models in technology licensing? What are the parameters that help in deciding the kind of licensing to go forward? 2) we are primarily interested in comparing direct discussion and negotiation versus tendering. We want to understand pros and cons of each model. What is the adoption rate of these licensing methods? Use case or examples where the engagement models have been used will be good to have. 3) what engagement models do other major oil and gas companies opt for? 4) what are the contracting best practices? How do we keep the power in the hands of the licensee to keep the licensor in check? What are some risk mitigation strategies that the licensee can adopt? 5) what are the key parameters or terms to check on a licensor agreement?
Olusola |Program Director - Engineering, Technolo
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Barry |Owner - Consultant
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