Upstream Law and Regulation : A Global Guide

By (author) Eduardo, Pereira; By (author) Professor, Kim Talus

The golden age of easy-to-access oil abundance is over. Most of the largest reserves are relatively accessible due to governmental control, so international oil and gas companies have to search for new and more complex oil and gas provinces. Independent companies have an even broader approach as they analyse unconventional plays. So the 21st century clearly requires a global approach as companies from major to small compete in the international scenario. This practical new handbook analyses the most relevant petroleum provinces. The book summarises the upstream regulation and the key concerns in over 30 important and emerging oil and gas jurisdictions. Issues featured include the key terms of the petroleum law, the types of legal arrangement in place (ie, concession agreement, production sharing contract or service agreement), the fiscal terms, how to qualify to acquire acreage, type of governing law, dispute resolution mechanisms and governmental control. The book therefore represents a comprehensive worldwide resource for upstream investments. A large number of entities are keen to analyse opportunities all over the world. Consequently, the market for this book is broad, including international oil companies, independents, national oil and gas companies, legal advisers and consultants who will be interested to understand the general requirements of oil and gas provinces and the respective best practices across the globe.

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  • Part I Africa Angola Patricia Rosario Raga Advogados Algeria Nabiha Zerigui Cabinet D'Avocats Samir Hamouda Morocco Tunisia Libya Egypt Loic Conan Ghada Kaptan Pico International Petroleum Chad Patipewe Anselme Emergence Tchad Juridique et Fiscal Sudan Mohamed Atabani Sudapet Mozambique Tavares Martinho E&P Director ENH Tanzania Elison Karuanga Ministry of Justice, Uganda Kenya Mwendia Nyaga Oil and Energy Services Ethiopia Shim Wodemichael University of Addis Ababa Uganda Elison Karuanga Ministry of Justice, Uganda Part II Americas Argentina Dario Arias Qatar Petroleum Dario Lamanna Swiss Energy Corporation Bolivia Dario Arias Qatar Petroleum Raul Baldivia Brazil Eduardo Pereira Petra Energia Canada Jay Park Norton Rose Canada LLP Colombia Dario Lamanna Swiss Energy Corporation Mexico Miriam Grunstein CIDE Venezuela Julian Cardenas CREDIMI - Universite de Bourgogne United States Andrew Derman Thompson & Knight LLP Part III Europe Denmark Bent Ole Gram Mortensen Juridisk Institut Greenland Bent Ole Gram Mortensen Juridisk Institut Norway Ivar Alvik University of Oslo Poland Piotr Pszczel Netherlands Marinke Israels Matthijs P. Nieuwveld Nauta Dutilh NV Russia Anna Ovcharova TNK-BP United Kingdom Stephen Dow University of Dundee Part IV Middle East Azerbaijan Zulfiya Azkchurina Grata Law Firm Iraq Ahmed Jiyad Development Consultancy and Research/Iraq Kazakhstan Zulfiya Azkchurina Grata Law Firm Kuwait Abdulhamid Al-Samdan Kufpec Pakistan Muhammad Arif Ocean Pakistan Limited Qatar Dario Arias Qatar Petroleum Part V Asia and Pacific Australia Anthony Patten Allens China Louis Peng HaoLiWen Partners LLP India Indonesia Madjedi Hasan Petroleum Consultant

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書名 Upstream Law and Regulation : A Global Guide
著作者等 Professor, Kim Talus
Eduardo, Pereira
書名別名 A Global Guide
出版元 Globe Law and Business
刊行年月 2013.05.02
ページ数 612p
ISBN 9781905783892
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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