Gas Infrastructure Books

  • United Kingdom Oil and Gas Law

    This title provides an authoritative account of the law relating to the exploration, production, offshore pipeline transportation, and sale of domestically produced oil and gas. It covers United Kingdom, European Union, and international regulation, and explains the nature and best ways to draft international agreements. The title also covers ...

  • Bosselman, Eisen, Rossi, Spence and Weaver`s Energy, Economics and the Environment, 2d

    Text is organized roughly chronologically, according to the periods in history within which the issues arose. Economic and environmental issues are integrated with energy resource issues: energy policy, energy in nature, the concept of a public utility, water power, coal, oil, natural gas regulation before 1985, rate regulation, competitive ...

  • The World Market for Natural Gas

    The World Market for Natural Gas – Implications for Europe analyses the main issues for the gas industry: reserves, production, demand, infrastructures, prices, market leaders and regulation. After an introductory chapter, the book analyses the evolution of gas reserves and production from world and regional perspectives with a focus on rising and ...

  • Security of Natural Gas Supply through Transit Countries

    The security of energy supplies is important to modern societies if they are to avoid shortages and maintain stable prices. In terms of natural gas supplies, this confers strategic importance on having more than one supplier and more than one transport route. This strategic requirement has implications for political issues, international law, ...

  • United Kingdom Oil & Gas Law

    This title provides an authoritative account of the law relating to the exploration, production, offshore pipeline transportation, and sale of domestically produced oil and gas. It covers United Kingdom, European Union, and international regulation, and explains the nature and best ways to draft international agreements. The title also covers ...

  • Regulatory Risk:

    It is common to assert that utility investors are compensated in the allowed rate of return for the risk of large disallowances, such as arise for investments found imprudent or not 'used and useful'. However, this book develops a new theory of asymmetric regulatory risk that shows that infallible estimates of the cost of capital are sure to ...

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