This book focuses on how law and regulation in different legal orders have responded to recent threats and can be reformed to make energy and natural resources systems more resilient in the face of disruptive natural crises and disasters. Edited by C. Banet, H. Mostert, L. Paddock, M. Montoya and I. del Guayo.
This unique publication provides insightful guidance to key topics within the various phases of petroleum activities.
The editors are experienced oil & gas lawyers, and a short introduction is provided in the book’s presentation of all the authors. In addition to the editors and co-authors Yngve Bustnesli, Hans Petter Nordby, Olav Boye Sivertsen and Tore Ulleberg, a number of other subject matter experts in this field have contributed. Among the contributors are the Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law Professors Erling Selvig and Ivar Alvik
Alice O’Brien and Catherine Banet, 'De-Risking the Hydrogen-CCS Value Chain Through Law', European Energy and Environmental Law Review Volume 30, Issue 2 (2021) pp. 24 – 41
Catherine Banet, ‘Local Content and Sustainable Development in Norway’ in D. Olawuyi (ed.) Local Content and Sustainable Development in Global Energy Markets (Cambridge University Press, 2021), Chapter 13.
The book provides a comprehensive description and critique of the key issues that must be addressed by nations, and of the current international, regional, and national law and policy in this field. With thousands of offshore oil and gas platforms in place across the globe, the decommissioning of these ageing installations is becoming of increasing concern to regulators, industry and other stakeholders in the marine environment.
The Case of the Guidelines on State Aid for Environmental Protection and Energy (EEAG) (2014-2020), European State Aid Law Quarterly, Volume 19 (2020), Issue 2, Pages 172 – 184
The Law of the Seabed reviews the most pressing legal questions raised by the use and protection of natural resources on and underneath the world’s seabeds.
This volume includes chapters on "Newcomers in the Electricity Market: Aggregators and Storage", "Hydropower Concessions in the EU: A Need for Liberalisation or Privatisation?", "Investments and des-Investments in the Energy Sector", "Offshore Decommissioning in the North Sea", "CCS as a Climate Tool: North Sea Practice" and "From EU Climate Goals to National Climate Laws".
The report presents recommendations upon which a European Maritime Space can be constructed and which can guide the drafting of a legal framework that strikes a fair balance between competition and free movement, on the one hand, and fair wages and working conditions, on the other.
Edited by Alla Podznakova
Edited by Eduardo G. Pereira, University of Eastern Finland, Finland and Researcher, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo and Henrik Bjørnebye, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, University of Oslo, Norway
Falkanger, Thor / Ringbom, Henrik / Siig, Kristina and Feldtmann, Birgit /van Soest, Henri / Alvik, Ivar og Bjørnebye, Henrik / Butler, William
This volume includes chapters on “EU Energy and Climate Law – Policy and Jurisprudence”, “Energy and Climate Treaty Developments”, “Energy Infrastructure Developments: Offshore Electricity Systems and Network Investments”, “Heat Supply Legislation in the EU” and “Security of Energy Supply and Safety”.
The book will be of interest to insurance companies, ship owners, average adjusters and lawyers working with marine insurance questions. It may also be of interest to students and academics within the field of insurance law.
Forfatter: Karin M. Bruzelius, tidligere Høyesterettsdommer
Foredrag ved Erling Selvig på det 41. Petroleumsjuridiske seminar 2016
This book reflects the maritime law as found in the Nordic countries, and gives a broad introduction to a modern and updated maritime law system.This book is based on the Norwegian book "Sjørett" (8th ed., Oslo 2016), which is the standard Scandinavian textbook on maritime law.