International Energy Charter 2015 and its Relevance and Possible Influence in Respect of Energy Law and Policy in the East African Region
Article from: OGEL 3 (2017), in Middle East, Buy Back Contracts
The International Energy Charter - IEC (2015) is a political declaration aimed at strengthening energy cooperation between the signatory states. It however does not bear any legally binding obligation or financial commitment. This charter was formally adopted at a ministerial conference in The Hague, Netherlands and outlined the common principles that should guide international cooperation in energy. It focuses on the challenges that affects the energy sector including the full scope of multilateral documents and agreements on energy developed in the last two decades, and the ...