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Procurement of Utilities: Law and Practice (eBook)


ISBN13: 9780191631771
Published: August 2013
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Aimed primarily at non-regulatory lawyers this book provides a practical guide to transactions involving utilities and in particular the procurement of goods and services from utilities (rather than by utilities). Focusing on the law of England and Wales, the book covers the regulation of utilities including gas, electricity, water, sewerage, and telecommunications. It also addresses the relevant competition law as well as considering matters relating to renewable energy, consumer protection, property, and planning issues commonly encountered in relation to utilities.

The regulatory position is considered at every stage of development of the utility network starting with the purchaser's initial discussions with the utility, then the construction of the network, the flowing of gas, electricity or water, and concluding with the disconnection of the end customer. Practically focused, the book draws upon the author's experience working with utilities, developers, funders and contractors at all levels of the supply chain, on projects ranging from three-unit housing developments to some of the world's most ambitious energy infrastructure projects.

Subjects:
Consumer Law, eBooks, Public Procurement, Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
PART I - INDUSTRIES
1. Liberalisation of UK Utilities
2. The Gas Industry
3. The Electricity Industry
4. The Water and Sewerage Industries
5. The Communications Industry

PART II - GAS
6. Procuring a Gas Network
7. Building a Gas Network
8. Obtaining a Supply of Gas

PART III - ELECTRICITY
9. Procuring an Electricity Network
10. Building an Electricity Network
11. Obtaining a Supply of Electricity

PART IV - WATER AND SEWERAGE
12. Procuring Water and Sewerage Networks
13. Building Water and Sewerage Networks
14. Obtaining Supplies of Water and Sewerage Services

PART V - TELECOMMS
15. Procuring Fixed and Mobile Telecommunications Networks
16. Building Fixed and Mobile Telecommunications Networks
17. Obtaining Electronic Communications Services