MarIus 512: Selected Master Theses 2018
Authors: O'Brien, Alice and Norkina, Elena
MarIus 512: Selected Master Theses
The liability framework for the shipping phase of carbon capture and storage:
A critical study of the liability regime for CO2 leakage during cross-border CO2-shipping activities in the North Sea.
Arctic Port State Jurisdiction over Black Carbon Emissions from International Shipping
This issue of MarIus contains two highly relevant LLM-master theses selected among those submitted during 2018.
Alice O’Brien’s thesis deals with the liability framework for the shipping phase of carbon capture and storage (CCS). It offers a critical study of the liability regime for CO2 leakage during cross-border CO2-shipping activities in the North Sea. It has been written as part of the LLM Maritime Law program, while at the same time forming part of the Institute’s research on legal aspects of CCS with the support of the Norwegian CCS Research Centre (NCCS) under the Norwegian research program Centres for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) (Grant No. 257579/E20).
Elena Norkina’s thesis addresses Arctic port States’ competence under the law of the sea to regulate emissions of black carbon from ships. The topic of the thesis falls within the Institute’s research on Arctic and the law of the sea. The thesis was written as a part of the LLM Public International Law program at the Law Faculty of the University of Oslo.