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The Norwegian Parliament is currently considering whether the EU’s third energy package should be implemented in the EEA Agreement and incorporated in Norwegian law.
This research project is the second book project undertaken by the Oslo Law of the Sea Forum, OSLOS.
There has been an increasing interest in the public aspects of maritime law over the past decade at the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law. As from 2013, the Institute has teamed up with a few key partners and has formalized the international co-operation in the Oslo Law of the Sea Forum.
The InterTran project is an interdisciplinary research project focusing on the expanding new, European transport policy from a legal and logistical point of view.
The subject matter of the project is contracts pertaining to the maritime sector; like charterparties, newbuilding contracts, contracts for sale and purchase of ships.
Marine insurance is insurance related to ships, offshore installations and transport of goods.
The safety at sea project deals with legal issues connected with safety at sea. What opportunities have governments to influence safety of ships and oil installations? The main part of the project ended in 2010. Publications and presentations from seminars are published on the project's Norwegian pages.