Petroleum Resource Management: How Governments Manage Their Offshore Petroleum Resources - New Horizons in Environmental and Energy Law Series (Hardback)John A.P. Chandler (author)
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Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 416
Dimensions: 156 x 234 mm
'This book is a well-written, thoughtful overview of how petroleum resource management is effected, resulting in a very helpful comparative analysis. It is a welcome addition to an area in which the pub- lished literature to date has been somewhat lacking.' -- Peter Roberts, Journal of World Energy Law and Business
'This book is a valuable addition to a resources law practitioner's library in that it explains and discusses context - understanding the multitude of interconnected issues that affect the business of a client in the petroleum sector (commercial, legal, regulatory and environmental, to name a few).' -- Tasman Ash Fleming, Law Institute Journal
'Petroleum Resource Management will appeal particularly to Australian scholars, law- and policy-makers, and industry professionals. It will also be of considerable value to readers from other jurisdictions, who may wish to learn about the management of offshore oil and gas resources in these three mature jurisdictions. More broadly the author's thoughtful and future-focused engagement with concepts of stewardship, national interest, sustainability and good governance, will enhance broaden its application and readership.' -- Erika Techera, Marine Policy
'Detailed in its understanding of licensing in offshore petroleum resources, this book by John A.P. Chandler is a must read not only for practitioners but also students and academics dwelling on tricky questions of appropriate legal structuring and architecture for effective natural resource governance.' -- Roopa Madhav, Law Environment and Development Journal
'Legal and government professionals, as well as academics and students, will find this work valuable. There is also little doubt that the comparative analysis provided by this work will be valuable to readers from both inside and outside the three chosen jurisdictions.' -- R. Pritchard, Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence
'As the oil and gas industry and host governments in developed jurisdictions confront the challenges of maturity and low carbon energy transition, this timely book provides a detailed, thoughtful and perceptive analysis of the legal, regulatory and fiscal dimensions. Required reading for all who need to understand the implications of a rapidly changing situation.' -- John Paterson, University of Aberdeen, UK
'This book gives a good overview of the issue of prudent resource management and an insightful and thorough comparison between the petroleum regimes of Australia, Norway and the UK.' -- Mette Agerup, Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, Norway
'Leading lawyer and academic John Chandler has produced a timely, and tremendously useful, examination of how the Australian, Norwegian and UK governments are managing their petroleum resources. He also explains how they are evolving their licensing systems to respond to the various challenges facing the global petroleum industry.' -- Geoff Simpson, Allen & Overy, Australia
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