The OGEL 2 (2013) - Risks and Responses to Risk in the Energy Sector published.

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The OGEL 2 (2013) - Risks and Responses to Risk in the Energy Sector special has been published.



EDITORIAL



  • OGEL special issue on "Risks and Responses to Risk in the Energy Sector"

    by L. Moller, The Robert Gordon University, Department of Law

    M.K. Kachikwu



RISKS AND RESPONSES TO RISK IN THE ENERGY SECTOR



  • Navigating the Challenging Topography of the Contemporary Energy Industry - Emerging Risks

    by M.K. Kachikwu

  • Tax Risks in the Energy Sector - An Increasing Challenge

    by K. Olsen, Knut Olsen Global Tax Consultant

  • Nothing Is Certain...? Changes in Tax and Fiscal Regimes Are Reshaping the Way Investors and Companies Evaluate Oil and Gas Investments

    by G. Matlock, Ernst & Young LLP

  • Risk and Response in Australia's Offshore Petroleum Sector - Lessons from Varanus Island and Montara

    by T. Hunter, TC Beirne School of Law - The University of Queensland

  • The Changing Face of Regulation in Australia's Offshore Oil and Gas Industry: An Analysis of Post Incident Regulatory Reform From Piper Alpha to Deepwater Horizon

    by A.G. Newland, Clayton Utz

  • The Post-Macondo World of Litigation, Regulation and Transactions: No Longer Business As Usual

    by R.P. Thibault, P.B. Smyth, J.M. Thies, J.M. Shine, A.H. Bailey, S. Terry,

    Perkins Coie LLP


    W.H. Fronczak, Select Energy Services, LLC

  • Liability for Catastrophic Risk in the Oil and Gas Industry

    by P.D. Cameron, Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law & Policy (CEPMLP)

  • World-wide standards of Good Oilfield Practice - The impact of the blow-out, deaths and spill at the BP Macondo well, MC 252/1-01, US Gulf of Mexico

    by M. Bunter, B and R Co, Petroleum Consultants

  • A New EU Perspective: Climate Change Clauses in Energy Contracts

    by R.M. Radu, Global Solar Council, advisor

  • Incorporated Joint Ventures in the Nigerian Petroleum Industry: Examining the Legal Implications & Regulatory Risks

    by O.M. Oladunjoye, Kola Awodein & Co.

  • The Governance of Oil and Gas Operations in Hostile But Attractive Regions: West Africa

    by L. Moller, The Robert Gordon University, Department of Law

  • Overview of Political and Regulatory Risks in International Energy Investment

    by E. Mohajeri, University of Oklahoma, College of Law


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