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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Edited by: Alexander Learmonth, Charlotte Ford, Julia Clark, John Ross Martyn
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Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector: Balancing Private and Public Interests

Edited by: Eric De Brabandere, Tarcisio Gazzini

ISBN13: 9789004244702
Published: June 2014
Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £117.00

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Foreign investments in the energy sector raise formidable legal questions, often requiring a delicate balance between private and public interests of the various stakeholders.

Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector: Balancing Private and Public Interests opens with a discussion of the legal protection of foreign investment in the main segments of the energy sector (namely oil, gas, mining and hydroelectric industry), both in substantive and procedural terms.

This second part of the book focuses on the Energy Charter Treaty, by far the most important international legal instrument in the energy sector, and its future after the decision of the Russian Federation not to ratify it.

In its third part, the book examines four critical areas that are often negatively concerned by economic activities by multinational in the energy sector, namely compliance with safety and labour standards, protection of the environment, respect of indigenous peoples rights, and protection of public health.

International Investment Law, Energy and Natural Resources Law
Chapter One: Introduction by Graham Coop
Chapter Two: FDI in the Energy Sector: Recent Trends and Policy Issues by Joachim Karl
Chapter Three: Multiple Investment Regimes for Russian Subsoil Resources: Work in Progress or Utopia? by Andrey Konoplyanik
Chapter Four: International Law and Foreign Investment in Hydroelectric Industry: A Multidimensional Analysis by Attila Tanzi
Chapter Five: The Settlement of Investment Disputes in the Energy Sector by Eric De Brabandere
Chapter Six: Energy Charter Treaty: Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives by Tarcisio Gazzini
Chapter Seven: The Tripartite Dimension of Conflicts of Interests Workers, Foreign Investors and Host States in the Energy Sector by Yannick Radi
Chapter Eight: Energy, Environment and Foreign Investment by Makane Moïse Mbengue and Deepak Raju
Chapter Nine: Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights by Federico Lenzerini
Chapter Ten: Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector and Public Health by Valentina Vadi
Chapter Eleven: Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector: Lessons for International Investment Law
by Stephan W. Schill