Cross-border trade in electricity is rapidly expanding as a result of technical innovations, economic and geopolitical developments, and the ongoing decarbonisation of the electricity sector in response to climate change.
Disputes in the energy and natural resources sector are at the heart of international arbitration.
The second edition of International Energy Investment Law: The Pursuit of Stability has been revised, updated, and expanded from the successful first edition to broaden coverage of the energy sector.
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While energy has been extracted from the ground for two centuries, recent years have seen transformative changes to how easy it is to access underground energy resources.
A critical overview of European Union energy law and policy, this book takes a law-in-context approach as it examines the development of EU energy law from the 1950s to the present day.
Recent discoveries in the pre-salt area off the coast of Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo could reach over 120 billion barrels. Such discoveries could open a vast new market as Brazil - for the first time in its history - becomes a significant oil exporter.
With world electricity demand expected to double by 2030, the power sector has a pivotal role to play in meeting that growth.
As certain oil and gas provinces near the end of their production lives, companies, governments and other stakeholders are turning their attention to decommissioning. The price of disposing of oil and gas installations is enormous.
From its regional beginnings, the business of liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been transformed into a broad industry that now spans the globe.
Wind energy is one of the leading technologies in the drive to increase electricity generation from renewable sources, and presents a vital solution for addressing concerns about sustainability and meeting carbon reduction targets.
The golden age of easy-to-access oil abundance is over. Most of the largest reserves are relatively accessible due to governmental control, so international oil and gas companies have to search for new and more complex oil and gas provinces.
The petroleum industry is highly specialised. Over the centuries, the industry has developed a large number of standard petroleum arrangements and contracts that are not familiar to all across the industry and even less to the outside world.
With shale gas already heralded as a game changer in North American markets, what role will unconventional natural gas resources come to play in the global supply mix?
Joint operating agreements (JOAs) are well-accepted standard agreements in the oil and gas industry. The basic aim of a JOA is to regulate the relationship between the parties to a joint venture: the operator and non-operator.
The joint operating agreement (JOA) is one of the cornerstone contracts in the petroleum projects world and is often the starting point for further essential agreements relating to natural gas and crude oil processing, sales and transportation.
Volatility in the commodity markets - together with events such as the financial crisis, liberalisation of the gas markets in Europe, the development of gas hubs and the continuing influx of liquefied natural gas (LNG) into Europe - has put increasing pressure on pricing in many long-term gas sal
The international energy industry frequently gives rise to complex, high-value disputes.
Networks like cables and pipelines are essential for a functioning energy market. This book provides a clear and insightful overview of the legal challenges this poses in the modern world.
European Studies in Law and Economics, Volume 8
Energy and Law, Volume 13
The European Energy Law Report IX presents an overview of the most important legal developments in the field of EU and national energy and climate change law as discussed at the 24th European Energy Law Seminar in 2011.