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The Encyclopaedia of Midstream and Downstream Oil and Gas 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9781787429406
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781909416482
To be Published: February 2023
Publisher: Globe Law and Business
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00



The petroleum industry is highly specialised. Over the centuries, it has developed many standard petroleum arrangements and contracts that are not familiar to all across the industry - and even less to the outside world. Each has its own detailed terms and provisions.

This new edition uniquely combines an encyclopaedia with commentary on both midstream and downstream activities. The topics it covers include energy policies; the relevant players in the sector - from governmental authorities to national oil companies; gas storage; the regulatory and contractual frameworks governing gas and sales agreements; liquefied natural gas; pipelines; distribution networks; and refineries. It has also been expanded with new chapters covering topics such as:

    Shipping Antitrust Third-party access Taxation, and ESG

This approach enables all those involved in the petroleum industry to master the necessary legal terms in one publication. Chapters are written by leading experts from across the globe to provide the best industry practices and standards. The encyclopaedia will serve as a valuable tool for lawyers, industry professionals, consultants and academics who are interested in understanding the key legal terms and provisions of the oil and gas industry.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
Introduction
Reg Fowler, Consultant and senior lawyer; Eduardo G. Pereira, Professor of natural resources and energy law; Kim Talus, UEF Law School, Tulane University
Oil products
Refined product marketing
Reg Fowler
The refining industry
David Wood, Sanchez Wood Limited
Petroleum storage
Peter Roberts, Cross Keys Energy
Natural gas and LNG
Gas sales agreements
Seyram Dzikunu, Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah; Thomas Kojo Stephens, Stobe Law
LNG sales agreements: towards commoditisation?
Ruchdi Maalouf, LNG lawyer
LNG export projects
André Andriw, State University of Campinas; Gustavo Castro Ribeiro and Ferreira Silva, University of São Paulo; Lucas Mota de Lima, Energy Platform-EnP, and Eduardo G. Pereira
LNG shipping
Chantal Carriere, Latham & Watkins; Carlos Diaz, White & Case; Igor Tostes, Equinor
LNG import projects/LNG to power/FSRUs
Jose L. Valera, Mayer Brown LLP
Downstream distribution network
Laura Huomo and Cea Mittler, Bird & Bird
Storage projects
André Andriw; Gustavo Castro Ribeiro; Ferreira Silva; Lucas Mota de Lima; Cosmos Nike, Federal University, Ndufu-Alike; Ikwo (FUNAI) and Eduardo G. Pereira
Cross-cutting issues
The legal aspects of cross-border pipelines
Chowdhury Ishrak Ahmed Siddiky, University of Asia Pacific
ESG considerations for midstream and downstream oil and gas
Elena I. Athwal and Damilola S. Olawuyi, Hamad Bin Khalifa University
Downstream taxation
Rafael Baleroni, Cescon, Barrieu, Flesch & Barreto and Marina Cyrino, Wintershall Dea
Antitrust
Paula Camara and Giovani Loss, Mattos Filho
Third-party access to energy infrastructure
John Paterson, University of Aberdeen