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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Oil and Gas: A Comparative Guide to the Regulation of Oil and Gas Projects: Jurisdictional Comparisons

Edited by: David Perks

ISBN13: 9780414027077
Published: December 2012
Publisher: European Lawyer
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £162.00

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Navigating the regulatory frameworks which apply to oil and gas projects around the world can be a complex challenge, particularly as industry investors continue to develop resources further and further afield.

Written by experts from leading law firms across the world, Oil & Gas: A Comparative Guide to the Regulation of Oil and Gas Projects provides a comprehensive comparative guide to the regulation of oil and gas projects in 17 key oil and gas producing jurisdictions of our time.

It serves as an essential starting reference for understanding the vital elements of oil and gas regulation in those jurisdictions, covering licensing and approvals regimes, state participation rights, foreign investment restrictions, land access, taxation, environment, safety and much more.

International oil and gas industry participants, investors, company directors, legal advisers, academics, researchers, managers and students alike will find this book a must-have tool and a useful road map for existing and future oil and gas projects around the world.

Strategically positioned in the world's growth markets, financial capitals and the home of information technology. Offering unrestricted legal capability and capacity across the region's most dynamic economies, including Australia, China and Hong Kong.

Comparative Law, Energy and Natural Resources Law
Overview: Key Legislation
Permit Rights
Ownership Structures
State Participation
Land Access
Acquisition Approvals
Foreign Ownership Limits
Third Party Access
Environmental Regulation
Health & Safety Regulation

Jurisdictional Coverage:
1. Australia
2. Azerbaijan
3. Canada
4. Denmark
5. Kazakhstan
6. Libya
7. Myanmar
8. New Zealand
9. Nigeria
10. Norway
11. Pakistan
12. Papua New Guinea
13. Romania
14. Russian Federation
15. Thailand
16. United Kingdom
17. United States