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Carbon Capture and Storage: Emerging Legal and Regulatory Issues

Edited by: Ian Havercroft, Richard Macrory, Richard Stewart

ISBN13: 9781509909582
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781841132686
Published: February 2018
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £70.00

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Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is increasingly viewed as one of the most significant ways of dealing with green house gas emissions.

Critical to realising its potential will be the design of effective legal regimes at national and international level that can handle effectively the challenges raised but without stifling a new technology of potential great public benefit.

These include long-term liability for storage, regulation of transport, the treatment of stored carbon under emissions trading regimes, issues of property ownership, and increasingly the sensitivities of handling the public engagement and perception.

Since its publication in 2011 Carbon Capture and Storage quickly became required reading for all those interested or engaged by the need to implement regulatory approaches to CCS. The intervening years have seen significant developments globally. Many earlier models are now in force. A number of governments have sought to improve their frameworks.

Despite all these developments, the growth of technology has been slower than that required under international models. This timely new edition will update and critically assess these updates as well as providing context for the development of CCS in 2018 and beyond.

Environmental Law
Richard Macrory, Ian Havercroft and Richard B Stewart
1. Geological Factors for Legislation to Enable and Regulate Storage of Carbon Dioxide in the Deep Subsurface
Stuart Haszeldine and Navraj Singh Ghaleigh
2. Implementation of the Directive on the Geological Storage of Carbon Dioxide
Maria Velkova
3. The CCS Directive: Did it Stifle the Technology in Europe?
Leonie Reins
4. Germany: A Country without CCS
Ludwig Krämer
5. Public Participation in UK CCS Planning and Consent Procedures
Meyric Lewis and Ned Westaway
6. CCS in the US Climate Change Policy Context
Michael B Gerrard and Justin Gundlach
7. Confronting the Bleak Economics of CCS in the United States
David E Adelman
8. Gaining Economic Credit for CCS in the United States
Robert F Van Voorhees
9. The Legal Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage in Canada
Henry J Krupa
10. Pore Space Ownership in Western Canada
Nigel Bankes
11. The Regulation of Underground Storage of Greenhouse Gases in Australia
Meredith Gibbs
12. Tenure, Title and Property in Geological Storage of Greenhouse Gas in Australia
Michael Crommelin
13. Transportation of Carbon Dioxide in the European Union: Some Legal Issues
Martha M Roggenkamp
14. Regulation of Carbon Dioxide Pipelines: The US Experience and a View to the Future
Philip M Marston
15. Long-Term Liability and CCS
Ian Havercroft
16. Carbon Capture and Storage: Commercial Arrangements for Managing Liability Risks
Daniel Lawrence
17. No Visible Means of Legal Support: China’s CCS Regime
Navraj Singh Ghaleigh