The International LNG markets are set for major change, with substantial new liquefaction capacity coming on stream in the period to 2020 and this Special Issue on "Liquefied Natural Gas" aims precisely at addressing the most topical legal matters relating to LNG production and trading.
OGEL 4 (2017) Special Issue on "Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)"
Table of Contents
US LNG Exports in the Trump Era
by E. Swenson
US LNG Exports: The Journey from Importer to Exporter
by S. Sakmar
If You Build It, Will They Come? The Competitiveness of US LNG in Overseas Markets
by J. Bordoff, A. Losz
At the Crossroads of Policy Ambitions and Political Reality: Reflections on the Prospects of LNG Development in Russia
by R. Sidortsov
LNG Contracts in the Asia-Pacific Region: Disputes on The Horizon?
by H. Oghigian, L.G. Henneberry, J. Jones
Future of LNG in Pakistan
by M. Arif
Application of EU Access Regime to LNG Terminals in Finland
by C. Mittler
Making the Most of Arbitration as A Tailored Mechanism for Resolving LNG Disputes
by C. Tevendale, C. Morgan
LNG Export Projects-a Historical View
by P.R. Weems
Case-Based Management of Legal Risks - The Example of LNG Projects
by E. Shahmoradi, S.M. Tabataba'i-Nejad
The Interplay of Force Majeure and Change of Circumstances with Dispute Resolution Clauses in Modern Long-term LNG Contracts...
by K. Christie, E. Ogut
The Raising of Disputes Caused by the New Context in the International Trade of Natural Gas: Pluspetrol v Perupetro
by J. Matos Flores-Guerra
Floating Storage & Regasification Units Are a Significant Step Forward for the LNG Sector...
by D.A. Wood, M. Kulitsa
Two recent books on natural gas and LNG - book review
You can read the introduction on the OGEL website as well as download a free excerpt of the issue with all the summaries here https://www.ogel.org/journal-browse-issues-toc.asp?key=73
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