In this Special Issue guest editors Dr Alex Wawryk (University of Adelaide) and Professor Tina Hunter (University of Aberdeen) explore the breadth and depth of scholarship relating to the decommissioning of offshore energy installations.
Table of Contents - Volume 16, issue #02, published March 2018
- OGEL Special Issue on Decommissioning Offshore Energy Installations - Editorial
by A.S. Wawryk, University of Adelaide
T. Hunter, Aberdeen University Centre for Energy Law
- Decommissioning Offshore Installations: International, Regional and Domestic Legal Regimes in the Light of Emergent Commercial, Political, Environmental and Fiscal Concerns
by J. Paterson, University of Aberdeen, Law School
- U.S. Offshore Regulatory Policies in Abandonment and Decommissioning
by B.B. Pollett, School of Energy, Collins College of Business, The University of Tulsa
- Rigs-to-Reefs: A Place for it in The British Waters?
by A. Kepesidi, University of Athens, University of Aberdeen
- Lessons from Thailand on the Importance of Devising and Implementing Detailed Decommissioning Regimes
by D. Beckstead, Tilleke & Gibbins
- Ugandan Legal Framework on Decommissioning Fund: Is There an Achilles Heel, and Can Lessons from the UK Help?
by J. Komugisa, State Attorney, Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs
N. Chinwa Ole, Centre for Energy Law, University of Aberdeen
- Decommissioning of Offshore Energy Installations: What Lessons Can Nigeria Learn from the United Kingdom?
by D.E. Omukoro, School of Law, University of Aberdeen
- Decommissioning Facilities in Australia's Offshore Areas - Whose Responsibility?
by S. Barrymore, Herbert Smith Freehills
A. Butler, Herbert Smith Freehills
- Wind Farm Waste - Emerging Issues with Decommissioning and Waste Regulation in the EU, Denmark and the United Kingdom
by R.C. Fleming, Groningen Centre of Energy Law (GCEL)
H. Fernandes Más, Groningen Centre of Energy Law (GCEL)
C.T. Nieuwenhout, Groningen Centre of Energy Law (GCEL)
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