Daria Shapovalova has been a lecturer at the University of Aberdeen since 2017. Daria's main research interests are in international energy and environmental law. Her current research focuses on the regulation of risks and effects of extractive industries in the Arctic, indigenous rights, and the effectiveness of international law. She published her research on oil spill prevention and response, regulation of gas flaring, petroleum licensing regimes, and international law effectiveness. Daria has educational background in law and environmental sciences from Ukraine and the Netherlands. Her PhD thesis, defended at the University of Aberdeen, focused on the effectiveness of international law in protecting the Arctic environment in light of offshore petroleum development. Daria acts as an academic peer reviewer for journals in international and energy law and is an associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
OGEL 2 (2020) - Regulation of Petroleum Development in Guyana