sharing in governance of extractive industries
Guest editors Prof. A.F.M. Maniruzzaman School of Law, University of Portsmouth and Yanal Abul-Failat LXL LLP focused their OGEL 3 (2017) - Energy Law and Policy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Special Issue on the region which has been the leading global energy supplier for decades. But the geopolitics of energy is gradually shifting its course and the…Continue
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We are pleased to announce a forthcoming Transnational Dispute Management (TDM, ISSN 1875-4120) special issue on "Judicial Measures and Investment Treaty Law"
Investment treaty claims arising out of judicial conduct-whether based on annulment of a contract for corruption or other irregularity or a fundamental jurisprudential shift-have been on the rise. For example, in…Continue
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This OGEL Brexit special offers a first look at the impact of the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union on energy related issues with a focus on cost of energy supply, security of energy supply, and new agreements. Guest editor: Dr. Anas Alhajji.
The table of contents can be viewed online here:…
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Guest editors Prof. Yinka Omorogbe and Tade Oyewunmi focused their special on Sub-Saharan Africa which has witnessed a surge in oil & gas activity within the past decade, positioning the region as an important contributor in the global energy supply and demand dynamics...
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Prepared by Dr Tina Hunter (Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law) this special on Emerging Issues in Polar Energy Law and Governance provides a up-to-date analysis of many aspects of a rapidly changing region, and the legal issues that dominate the Polar regions.
OGEL 2 (2016) - Emerging Issues in Polar Energy Law and Governance
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Prepared by guest editors Dr. Ignacio Torterola and Quinn Smith this special addresses the various challenges and changes at work in dispute resolution in Latin America. Perhaps as a sign of the diverse interests in the region, this is only the first volume - a second volume that continues many of the themes in this special from different angles and perspectives is also nearing completion.
You can view the table of contents of the TDM Latin America special here:…
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Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence (www.ogel.org) invites submissions for a special issue on "Oil and Gas Law and Policy in West Africa". The guest editors of this special will be Professor Yinka Omorogbe a Nabo Graham Douglas Distinguished Professor of the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and Tade Oyewunmi of the Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law, UEF,…Continue
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OGEL 1 (2016) - Mexico's Oil and Gas Sector Reform
Download a free excerpt here https://www.ogel.org/journal-browse-issues-toc.asp?key=66
A diverse group of energy experts has contributed to this special feature on Mexico's Oil and Gas Sector Reform prepared by OGEL Guest editor Professor Owen L. Anderson (Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Energy, Law &…Continue
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TDM 1 (2016) - CETA Table of contents & free excerpt here
This is the first detailed collection of reviews of CETA after its latest revisions, including the reworked Investment Chapter with an investment court replacing international arbitration.
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Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence (www.ogel.org) invites submissions for a Special addressing Waste to Energy (WtE). WtE, the process of generating energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from the primary treatment of waste, is becoming an increasingly important way to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, landfilling, reduce Greenhouse gas emissions, preserve imported fuels and grow the self-sufficiency of energy…Continue
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The call for papers is also available on OGEL here: www.ogel.org/news.asp?key=500
Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence (www.ogel.org) invites submissions for a Special issue focusing on laws regulating the Mexican energy sector and the transition that is currently taking place. The guest editor for this special issue will be Professor Owen L. Anderson (Kay Bailey…Continue
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OGEL 5 (2015) - Yukos Special
Few things can concentrate the mind as much as an award of $50 billion dollars. When the three parallel awards in the Yukos dispute were released in mid-2014, TDM and OGEL therefore immediately called for papers to comprise a Special Issue. Our range of topics includes discussions of the legal aspects and computation…Continue
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Editors Louise Barrington (Independent Arbitrator and Director Aculex Transnational Inc) and Rashda Rana SC (39 Essex Street, President ArbitralWomen) prepared this ArbitralWomen/TDM special on "Dealing with Diversity in International Arbitration". In this special authors from…Continue
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Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence (www.ogel.org) invites submissions for a special issue on "Energy Law and Policy in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)". The guest editors of this special will be Professor A.F.M. Maniruzzaman, School of Law, University of Portsmouth and Yanal Abul-Failat, LXL LLP - contact details here …Continue
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This joint OGEL and TDM Special issue focuses on renewable energy disputes at the level of international, European and national law. There are many ongoing cases at all three levels. Recent and ongoing renewable energy disputes under international law have concerned…Continue
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For those with an interest in arbitration and dispute resolution in the MENA region the TDM 2 (2015) - Arbitration in the Middle East: Expectations and Challenges for the Future is potentially of interest:
Editors Craig Shepherd and Mike McClure (Herbert Smith Freehills LLP) prepared this TDM special on "Arbitration in the Middle East:…Continue
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Given the many cases related to natural resources in Latin America GOXI members are invited to contribute to our TDM Special on Latin America.
Call for papers
Since the beginning of the 21st century, Latin America has sought the proper response to international disputes. That effort has been complicated by the opportunities and realities of globalization and its relation to its effects on local economies and government policy. While new export markets have…Continue
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Edited by Dr. Michal Domagala (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin) and Piotr Pszczel (Kawalko&Godlewski law firm) this special looks at the Polish energy sector which is currently undergoing substantial change. The change is driven by several factors, but the most influential seems to be the requirements imposed by European Union Laws. The above-mentioned requirements consist of three groups i.e: those related to mitigation of adverse effects of energy…Continue
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Oil, Gas and Energy Law Intelligence (www.ogel.org) invites submissions for a special issue on "International Taxation in the Energy Sector". The guest editor for this special issue will be Dr. Knut Olsen of Dr. K. Olsen Global Tax Consultants.
It is ten years since the last special OGEL issue on taxation was published. Since then, there…Continue
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The first issue of 2015 is our special on "Natural Gas Developments: An International and Challenging Legal Framework". Historically natural gas was not always a welcomed discovery. This has now changed and where the natural gas deposits are significant enough to justify investments, the deposits are welcome. However, the regulatory and contractual treatment of natural gas typically differs from that of oil. This special is going to explore some of these differences.
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