Legal Evidence of an Oil Supply Monopsony: The U.S. and Saudi Arabia before 1974
17 Jan 2020
The concept of Social Licence to Operate originated in the mining industry and its use has also been extended over large infrastructure, energy, and industrial projects. Editors: J. Górski, G. Mete, and Hon. C. Trenorden.
This issue is targeted to provide insights into the most current developments within the 3 most important gas pipeline markets as well as by providing insights into the regulation of pipeline development in frontier markets. Editors: T.J. Dimitroff & K. Talus
This issue sheds light on the protection of foreign investors in the African extractive sector and on the protection of numerous 'public interests' at stake in this sector. Lead Editors: Dr. Gerdau de Borja Mercereau & Prof. Dr. Radi.
This issue focuses on the next decade of the Energy Union and goes beyond the analysis of specific provisions and puts the legal developments taking place in EU energy and climate law in a broader perspective. Editors: Prof. Giuseppe Bellantuono and Dr. Kaisa Huhta.
This first regular issue of OGEL in 2019 covers a variety of topics including Gas, Petroleum Agreements, and other Contracts, Unitization, Venezuela's Petro, the EU Gas Market, Nuclear Energy, the Energy Charter Treaty and more...
Editors Raphael J. Heffron, Penelope Crossley, and Tade Oyewunmi prepared this special issue aiming at inspiring contributions to the debates about the role of energy law, policy and regulation in managing the costs and benefits of the global transition...
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