This is the second edition (first published in 1986) of a book on international agreements in the oil industry. This is a very timely publication, given the sharp changes in oil prices in recent years, when prices have continued to rise, followed by a fall caused by the global economic crisis. During this period, international oil companies were also nationalized or forced to participate in countries such as Venezuela or Russia; Technological breakthroughs that are not content with new areas like ultra-deep waters … At each stage, the text is generously imbued with extracts illustrating clauses from oil agreements of all kinds and many different laws. This integration of expert comments into the actual contractual provisions contributes to the singularity of the work. In addition to reviewing the content of all existing chapters, two new chapters have been added, one on natural gas, reflecting its growing importance as an energy source today, and the other on sustainable development: ecological and socio-economic issues, which today recognizes the critical importance of these issues for the oil industry. OGELFORUM (Living Discussion Platform bringing together the international oil, gas and energy community around the world) In this 2nd edition of the book, the authors address the legal, fiscal, economic, financial and political issues related to the exploration and exploitation of oil resources with a view to balancing the interests of the parties involved in oil activities: host countries , international oil companies and consumers. Email your librarian or administrator recommending that you add this journal to your organization`s collection. Full text views reflect the number of PDF downloads, PDFs that are sent to Google Drive, dropbox and Kindle, as well as full-text HTML views.
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