Gas and LNG Sales and Transportation Agreements: Principles and PracticePeter Roberts (author)
Mixed media product 790 Pages / Published: 24/07/2014
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This work provides a detailed hands-on guide to the drafting, negotiation and interpretation of natural gas and LNG sales and transportation contracts Explains the critical components of the agreements which set out the terms between buyers, sellers, transporters and shippers, leading to the sale and transportation of gas and LNG. Discusses the nature of gas and LNG (including shales and unconventionals) and the contracting process Offers clause-by-clause commentary on the typical provisions within gas and LNG sales and transportation agreements Pinpoints the key issues and suggests solutions to problems that can arise Identifies the legal and commercial issues involved at each stage, from quality specification and force majeure to liabilities/limitations and dispute resolution, and advises how they should be handled in the contract. Provides discussion on the commercialisation of natural gas in light of recent concerns about climate change, cleaner energy sources and the security of energy supplies Includes expertly drafted precedents, also on a CD-ROM for rapid drafting Written from the perspective of English law but in the light of international experience and practice New to the edition are: General updates on legal and commercial developments Increased focus on LNG sales and transportation arrangements Specific focus on shale and unconventional gas sales Additional precedent drafting for gas and LNG project contracts
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Number of pages: 790
Edition: 4th edition
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