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Oil and Gas Activities in the Arctic Under Norway and Russia Regulation. Oil and Gas for Beginners, Energy Market

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Oil and Gas Activities in the Arctic Under Norway and Russia Regulation. Oil and Gas for Beginners, Energy Market

Oil and Gas Activities in the Arctic Under Norway and Russia Regulation. Oil and Gas for Beginners, Energy Market, Environmental Management, Oil Pollution, Petrol, Offshore Drilling by Johnathan Borg
English | 9 Mar 2016 | ASIN: B01CT5KKLC | 71 Pages | AZW3 | 345.33 KB

Oil and Gas Law Regulation in the Arctic

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Melting of the Arctic ice, caused by global warming and energy security issues, has led Arctic states to prospect further North for new petroleum opportunities. Consequently, the already fragile Arctic marine environment has been further compromised.
Unwilling to undermine their sovereign rights, the Arctic coastal states, under the Ilulissat Declaration, explicitly agreed that UNCLOS’ “creeping jurisdiction” will provide the basis for the regulatory framework in the Arctic, supplemented by Arctic Council soft-law. Consequently, the environmental issues in the Arctic, arising as a result of increasing O&G activities, mainly have to be dealt under the discretion of the Arctic costal states’ regulations.
To make sure that the Arctic states are able to address the aforementioned issues in accordance with UNCLOS and under national legislation, this book will examine Russia’s and Norway’s oil and gas regulatory frameworks applicable to the Arctic region.

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This is the fifth book of the Oil and Gas Law Series. Please check my other books of the series:


- LEGAL REGULATION OF OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IN THE ARCTIC

- CONTRACTUAL RISKS MANAGEMENT IN OIL AND GAS CONTRACTS + INCLUDING MACONDO DISEASTER

- UK PETROLEUM CONCESSION AND FISCAL REGIME

- LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPMENT OF TRANSBOUNDARY OIL AND GAS RESOURCES + INCLUDING CASE STUDIES OF UK AND NORWAY, AUSTRALIA AND TIMOR-LESTE, USA AND MEXICO