Dr. Tade Oyewunmi is an Assistant Professor and Senior Energy Research Fellow at Institute for Energy and the Environment, Vermont Law School, VT, USA and a Visiting Fellow at the Tulane University Center for Energy Law, LA, USA. Tade’s teaching, research, and consulting activities are in the areas of international energy law and policy, natural gas and electricity market regulation, decarbonization and transitional energy markets, resources law and development. He is the author of 'Regulating Gas Supply to Power Markets: Transnational Approaches to Competitiveness and Security of Supply' (Wolters Kluwer, 2018) and currently leading a research project on the role of energy law and regulatory institutions in a carbon-constrained world.
His prior work experience includes law practice in energy, oil and gas transactions, dispute resolution, and regulatory compliance. Tade holds an LL.B from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria (2004), qualified as a Barrister and Solicitor in Nigeria in 2005, a Master of Laws (oil and gas) from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK (2011), and Doctor of Laws (LL.D) in European and International Energy Law (2017).