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Books

    • Brown, Abbe, Environmental Technologies, Intellectual Property and Climate Change: Accessing, Obtaining and Protecting (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013)

    • Brown, Abbe, Intellectual Property, Human Rights and Competition: Access to Essential Innovation and Technology (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012)

    • Gordon, Greg, Paterson, John and Üşenmez, Emre, Oil and Gas Law - Current Practice and Emerging Trends, 2nd Ed (Dundee University Press, 2011).

    • Hunter, Tina (ed), Regulation of the Upstream Petroleum Sector: A Study of Licensing and Concession Systems (Edward Elgar, 2015)

    • Hunter, Tina, Legal Regulatory Framework for the Sustainable Extraction of Australian Offshore Petroleum Resources (University of Bergen, 2010).

    • Hunter, Tina and Chandler, John, Petroleum law in Australia (LexisNexis Butterworths, 2013)

    • Igiehon, Mark, (co-author), Oil & Gas – A Practical Handbook (Global Law and Business, 2009) 2nd edition to be published in Spring 2014

    • Paterson, John, Behind the Mask: Regulating Health and Safety in Britain’s Offshore Oil and Gas Industry (Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2000)

    • Waloszyk, Monica, Law and Policy of the European Gas Market (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014)

    • Woolley, Olivia, Ecological Governance: Reappraising Law's Role in Protecting Ecosystem Functionality (Cambridge University Press, 2014)

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Articles

    • Brown, Abbe (2014). 'Lessons from Technology and Intellectual Property in the Oil and Gas Industry in Scotland: a Scholarly Journey and an Empirical Review'. SCRIPT-ed, vol 11, no. 1, pp. 9-37.

    • Brown, Abbe (co-author) (2010) 'Towards a holistic approach to technology and climate change: what would form part of an answer?', Edinburgh School of Law Working Paper Series, No. 2010/32 SSRN

    • Brown, Abbe (2010) 'Securing access to climate change technologies: answers and questions', Edinburgh School of Law Working Paper Series(SSRN, ).

    • Gordon, Greg (2013) ‘Oil, Water and Law Don't Mix: Environmental Liability for Offshore Oil and Gas Operations in the UK: Part 1: Liability in the law of tort/delict and under the petroleum licence’. Environmental Law and Management, vol 25, no. 1, pp. 1-11.

    • Gordon, Greg (2013) ‘Oil, Water and Law Don't Mix: Environmental Liability for Offshore Oil and Gas Operations in the UK: Part 2: Liability Under Regulatory Law, the Environmental Liability Directive and OPOL'. Environmental Law and Management, vol 25, no. 4, pp. 121-132.

    • Gordon, Greg (2013) 'Environmental liability for offshore oil and gas operations in the UK'. Environmental Liability, vol 21, no. 3, pp. 108-126.

    • Gordon, Greg (2011) 'Contribution, Indemnification and Exclusion: Farstadin the Supreme Court,' 15  EdinLR 259 – 265

    • Hunter, Tina, Boulle, Laurence, Weir, Michael and Curnow, Katherine (2014) 'Negotiating conduct and compensation agreements for coal seam gas operations: developing the Queensland regulatory framework'. Australasian Journal of Natural Resources Law and Policy, 17 1: 43-74.

    • Hunter, Tina (2014) 'The role of regulatory frameworks and state regulation in optimising the extraction of petroleum resources: a study of Australia and Norway'. The Extractive Industries and Society, 1 1: 48-58. doi:10.1016/j.exis.2014.02.001

    • Hunter, Tina (2014) 'Offshore petroleum facility incidents post Varanus Island, Montara and Macondo: have we really addressed the root cause?'. William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, 38 3: 585-612.

    • Hunter, Tina (2014) 'All Hydraulic Fracturing is Equal, but Some is More Equal Than Others: an Overview of the Types of Hydraulic Fracturing and the Environmental Impacts'. Australian Environment Review, 29 3: 66-70

    • Hunter, Tina and Ingelson, Allan (2014) 'A regulatory comparison of hydraulic fracturing fluid disclosure regimes in the USA, Canada and Australia'. Natural Resources Journal, 54 2: 217-253.

    • Hunter, Tina (2013) 'Risk and response in Australia's offshore petroleum sector: lessons from Varanus Island and Montara'. Oil Gas and Energy Law, 11 2: 1-27.

    • Hunter, Tina (2012) 'Use of American Petroleum Institute Standards in the regulation of the extraction of unconventional gas resources: a tool for regulators?'. International Energy Law Review, 8: 1-19.

    • Hunter, Tina (2012) 'The role of the regulatory framework in encouraging the sustainable extraction of petroleum resources in Australia and Norway'. Oil Gas and Energy Law Intelligence, 10 3: 1-35.

    • Hunter, Tina and Paterson, John (2011) 'Offshore petroleum facility integrity in Australia and the United Kingdom: a comparative study of two countries utilising the safety case regime. Oil Gas and Energy Law Journal, 9 6:

    • Hunter, Tina (2011) 'Shale gas resources in Western Australia: an assessment of the legal framework for the extraction of onshore shale gas'. Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, 18 2: 29-52.

    • Hunter, Tina (2011) 'Sustainable Socio-economic Development of Petroleum Resources: is It Possible?'. Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law, 29 2: 209-246.

    • Hunter, Tina (2011) 'The Energy Charter Treaty As a Means of Developing National Industry and Commerce in the Exploitation of Petroleum Resources: An Analysis of the Application of Articles 5, 10 and 22 of the Energy Charter Treaty'. Oil Gas and Energy Law Journal, 9 5: .

    • Hunter, Tina (2011) 'Australian offshore petroleum regulation after the Varanus Island explosion and the Montara blowout-drowning in a sea of federalism?'. Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal, 25 1: 69-89.

    • Hunter, Tina (2010) 'The Offshore Petroleum Regulatory Frameworks of Australia and Norway'. Oil, Gas and Energy Law, 8 4: .

    • Hunter, Tina (2010) 'National marine oil spill contingency plan: disaster planning or just a disaster?'. Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal, 24 2: 46-58.

    • Hunter, Tina (2009) 'Comparative Law as an instrument in Transnational Law: the example of Petroleum Regulation'. Bond Law Review, 21 3: .

    • Hunter, Tina and Storey, Thomas (2008) 'Oil and politics apparently do mix: the role of multinational resource corporations in national sovereignty'. Asia Pacific Law Review, 16 2: 111-131.

    • Partain, Roy (2015) 'A Comparative Legal Approach for the Risks of Offshore Methane Hydrates: Existing Laws and Conventions'. Pace Environmental Law Review, vol 32, no. 3, pp. 101-233.

    • Partain, Roy (2015) 'Avoiding Epimetheus: Planning Ahead for the Commercial Development of Offshore Methane Hydrates'. Sustainable Development Law & Policy, vol 15, no. 1, pp. 16-25, 56-58.

    • Partain, Roy (2015) 'The Application of Civil Liability for the Risks of Offshore Methane Hydrates'. Fordham Environmental Law Journal, vol 26, no. 2, pp. 225-318.

    • Partain, Roy (2015) 'Is a Green Paradox Spectre Haunting International Climate Change Laws and Conventions?'. UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, vol 33, no. 1, pp. 61-134.

    • Partain, Roy (2014) 'Gored by a Cornucopia: The Risks to Climate Change From Laws and Policies that Incentivize Competitive but Divergent Energy Innovations'. Louisiana State University (LSU) Journal of Energy Law and Resources, vol 3, no. 2, pp. 433-481.

    • Partain, Roy & Lee, S. (2013) 'Article 20 Obligations Under the KORUS FTA: The Deteriorating Environment for Climate Change Legislation in the U.S. (한미 자유 무역 협정 하에서의 제 20항 의무: 미국 기후변화법 입법환경의 악화)'. Study on the American Constitution (미국헌법연구), vol 24, no. 2, pp. 439-489.

    • Partain, Roy (2012) 'Korea's green energy laws and methane hydrates'. Journal of Law and Policy Research (법과정책연구), vol 12, no. 2, pp. 591-623.

    • Partain, Roy (2012) 'Environmental laws for new and renewable energy could increase greenhouse gas emissions'. Chungnam Law Review (충남대학교 법학연구소), vol 23, no. 1, pp. 433-507.

    • Partain, Roy (2010) 'The emerging opportunities of natural gas hydrates: economic and financial reasons to support incubation'. Asia Pacific Journal of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, vol 4, no. 3, pp. 87-121.

    • Paterson, John and Hunter, Tina (2014) 'Prevention of and Response to Shale Gas Well Incidents: An Assessment of the Current UK Regulatory Framework for Shale Gas Activities'. OGEL

    • Paterson, John (2011) 'The significance of regulatory orientation in occupational health and safety offshore'. 38 Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review367-387.

    • Paterson, John (2007) 'Sustainable Development, Sustainable Decisions and the Precautionary Principle'. 14 pp, 42:3 Natural Hazards, 515-528, 2007, ISSN 0921-030X (Print) 1573-0840 (Online)

    • Paterson, John (2007) 'The Evolution of Occupational Health and Safety Law on the UK Continental Shelf'. Northern Scotland, vol 27, pp. 43-67

    • Paterson, John (2003) 'Trans-science, trans-law and proceduralisation' 20pp, 523-543, Social and Legal Studies, 12:4, ISSN 0964 6639

    • Paterson, John and Teubner, Gunther (1998) 'Changing Maps: Empirical Legal Autopoiesis'. 35pp, 451-486, Social and Legal Studies 7:4, 1998, ISSN 0964 6639

    • Üşenmez, Emre (2010) 'The Stability of the UK Tax Regime for Offshore Oil and Gas: Positive Developments and Potential Threats'. International Company and Commercial Law Review1-16.

    • Üşenmez, Emre (2009) 'Increase in Influence: How the Independents are Challenging the Authority of the US Government and Why the UK Government Should Take Note'. International Energy Law Review171-181.

    • Woolley, Olivia (2013) 'Reforming Gas Sector Governance to Promote Biomethane Injection'. Renewable Energy Law and Policy, vol 3, pp. 175-188.

    • Woolley, Olivia (2013) 'Governing a North Sea Grid Development: The Need for a Regional Framework Treaty'. 14 Competition and Regulation in Network Industries pp.73-97

    • Woolley, Olivia (2010) 'Trouble on the Horizon? Addressing Place-based Values in Planning for Offshore Wind Energy'. 22 Journal of Environmental Law pp.223-250

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Book Chapters

    • Brown, Abbe, 'Knowledge Management and Access to Essential Technologies'. in D Gervais (ed.), Intellectual Property, Trade and Development : Strategies to Optimize Economic Development in a TRIPS-PLUS Era. 2 edn, (Oxford University Press, Oxford 2014) pp. 115-138.

    • Gordon, Greg and Paterson, John, 'Licensing the Exploration for and Production of Petroleum on the UK Continental Shelf' in T Hunter (ed.), Regulation of The Upstream Petroleum Sector: A Comparative Study of Licensing and Concession Systems (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited 2015) pp. 107-132.

    • Gordon, Greg, ‘Offshore safety: the European Commission’s legislative initiatives'. in M Roggenkamp & H Bjornebye (eds), European Energy & Law Report X. Intersentia (Cambridge 2014) pp. 139-172.

    • Gordon, Greg, ‘The Deepwater Horizon Disaster: The Regulatory Response in the UK and EU’, (forthcoming) in R Caddell (Ed), Shipping, Law and the Marine Environment in the 21stCentury, (Lawtext, 2013) 184 - 211.

    • Gordon, Greg, 'Petroleum Licensing'. in G Gordon, J Paterson & E Usenmez (eds), Oil and Gas Law: Current Practice and Emerging Trends. 2nd edn (Dundee University Press, Dundee 2011) pp. 65-109.

    • Gordon, Greg, 'Risk Allocation in Oil and Gas Contracts'. in G Gordon, J Paterson & E Usenmez (eds), Oil and Gas Law: Current Practice and Emerging Trends. 2nd edn, (Dundee University Press 2011) pp. 443-497.

    • Hunter, Tina and Raszewki, Slawomir, ‘Australia’s National Interest in Supplying gas resources to the Asian Markets’  in John Farrar, Mary Hiscock and Vai Lo (eds) Australia’s Trade, Investment and Security in the Asian Century (World Scientific Publishing Company, 2015)

    • Hunter, Tina, Stephenson, Margaret Anne, ‘Resource developments on Indigenous lands in Australia: the James Price point gas precinct’ In Nicolae Irina and Christoph Stückelberger (Ed.), Mining ethics and sustainability: papers from the World Mining Conference 2013 (pp. 121-142) (Geneva, Switzerland: Globethics.net Publications 2014).

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Licensing and Title Legal Issues in Licensing and Concession Systems: A Comparative View’ (chapter 12) in Hunter, Tina (ed) Regulation of the Upstream Petroleum Sector: A Study of Licensing and Concession Systems (Edward Elgar, 2014) pp

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Licensing and Regulation for Developing Australia’s Conventional Petroleum Resources (chapter 3) in Hunter, Tina (ed) Regulation of the Upstream Petroleum Sector: A Study of Licensing and Concession Systems (Edward Elgar, 2014) pp

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Granting Access to Petroleum Resources under the Licensing and Concession System’ Chapter 2) in Hunter, Tina (ed) Regulation of the Upstream Petroleum Sector: A Study of Licensing and Concession Systems (Edward Elgar, 2014), pp

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Regulation in a Federalist Setting’ (2012) in Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) The Federation in the 21st Century (2014) pp 83-94.

    • Hunter, Tina and Raszewski, Slowomir, ‘Rising Demands for Australian Gas Exports in the Asian Century: Implications for Japan’s Energy Security’ in Griffith Asia Institute, The Australia Japan Dialogue – Energy Security: Challenges and Opportunities (2014) Regional Outlook Paper: No 46, 2014, Griffith Asia Institute.

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Australia’s Unconventional Gas Resources’ (Chapter 4) in Centre for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) Australia’s Unconventional  Energy Options (2012).

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Co-Ownership’ (Lexis Nexis, 2nd ed., 2012) in Cameron-Dow, Laura-Lea Property Law Lexis Published

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Energy and Resources Law – Chapter 1: Introduction’ Energy and Resources Law (2011) Looseleaf Service, Lexis Nexis.

    • Hunter, Tina, ‘Energy and Resources Law – Chapter 2: Concepts and Overview’ Energy and Resources Law (2011) Looseleaf Service, Lexis Nexis

    • Hunter, Tina, and Kordvani, Amir, ‘Energy and Resources Law – chapter 4: Conflict of Laws’ Energy and Resources Law (2011) Looseleaf Service, Lexis Nexis.

    • Paterson, John ‘Health, safety and the environment’, in Eduardo Pereira (ed.), The Encyclopaedia of Oil and Gas Law (Vol. 1) (London: Globe Law and Business 2014) pp219-228

    • Paterson, John, Lindøe, Preben H and Baram, Michael, ‘Robust Offshore Risk Regulation: an assessment of US, UK and Norwegian approaches’ in Gary E. Marchant, Kenneth Abbott, Braden Allenby (eds,) Innovative Governance Models for Emerging Technologies (Edward Elgar 2013)

    • Paterson, John, ‘Health and Safety Regulation on the United Kingdom Continental Shelf: Evolution and Future Prospects’ in Preben H. Lindøe, Michael Baram and Ortwin Renn (eds), Risk Governance of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) pp132-153

    • Paterson, John, ‘Health and safety during decommissioning’, in Marc Hammerson (ed) Oil and Gas Decommissioning: Law, Policy and Comparative Practice, London: Globe Business Publishing Ltd., 2013, pp157-175, ISBN 978-1-905783-78-6

    • Paterson, John, ‘Occupational Health and Safety Law: the Oil and Gas Industry’, in K. Makuch and R. Pereira Environmental and Energy Law, (London: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012).

    • Paterson, John, ‘Law’s Role in the Tension between Security and Sovereignty in the Field of Energy Resources’, in John-Andrew McNeish and Owen Logan (eds), Flammable Societies: Studies on the Socio-Economics of Oil and Gas, (London: Pluto Press, 2012).

    • Paterson, John, ‘Law’s approach to harm in the context of scientific uncertainty: observations from the perspectives of precaution and indeterminate causation’, in Perspectives on Causation, Richard Goldberg (ed.), Oxford: Hart, 2011, pp383-408

    • Paterson, John, ‘The Precautionary Principle: practical reason, regulatory decision making and judicial review in the context of functional differentiation’, in Law and Ecology: New Environmental Legal Foundations, A. Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (ed.), London: Routledge-Cavendish, 2011, pp83-104, ISBN 978-0-415-58713-6

    • Paterson, John and Gordon, Greg, 'Mature Province Initiatives'. in J Paterson, G Gordon & E Üşenmez (eds), Oil and Gas Law: Current Practice and Emerging Trends. Second edn, Dundee University Press, Dundee, 2011, pp. 112-136.

    • Paterson, John, 'Health and Safety at Work Offshore'. in J Paterson, G Gordon & E Üşenmez (eds), Oil and Gas Law: Current Practice and Emerging Trends. Second edn, Dundee University Press, Dundee, 2011, pp. 187-230.

    • Paterson, John, 'Decommissioning of Offshore Oil and Gas Installations'. in G Gordon, J Paterson & E Üşenmez (eds), Oil and Gas Law: Current Practice and Emerging Trends. Second edn, Dundee University Press, Dundee, 2011, pp. 285-329.

    • Paterson, John, ‘The ETHOS Project for Post-Accident Rehabilitation in the Area of Belarus Contaminated by the Chernobyl Disaster’, Stakeholder Participation in Decision Making Involving Radiation: Exploring Processes and Implications: Case Studies in Stakeholder Participation for the Third Villigen Workshop, Nuclear Energy Agency (eds) Paris: OECD, 2004, p33-55, ISBN 92-64-02065-9

    • Paterson, John, 'Context, Comparison and Social Capital: the role of oil and gas law in the fulfilment of Kazakhstan's promise'. in J Paterson, M Suleimenov & I Bantekas (eds), Oil and Gas Law in Kazakhstan: National and International Perspectives. International Energy & Resources Law and Policy Series, vol. 20 (Kluwer Law International, The Hague, Netherlands 2004) pp. 25-50.

    • Paterson, John, Bantekas, Illias and Suleimenov, Maidan, ‘National and International Perspectives on Oil and Gas Law in Kazakhstan: An Introduction’, in Ilias Bantekas, John Paterson and Maidan (eds), Oil and Gas Law in Kazakhstan: National and International Perspectives. International Energy & Resources Law and Policy Series, vol. 20 (Kluwer Law International, The Hague, Netherlands 2004) pp1-21

    • Paterson, John, ‘Science for risk reduction and sustainable development: the role of law’, in Tom Beer and Alik Ismail-Zadeh (eds), Dordrecht, Risk Science and Sustainability (Kluwer Academic Publishers, NATO Science Series 2003) pp63-76 ISBN 1-4020-1447-3

    • Paterson, John, ‘Truth or Dare: Expertise and Risk Governance’, pp43-52 in Better Integration of Radiation Protection in Modern Society, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Secretariat (ed), Paris: OECD/NEA, 2002, ISBN 92-64-19694-3

    • Üşenmez, Emre, 'Optimising Offshore Health and Safety Inspections: How the Markets Could Help'. in P Hempel Lindoe, M Baram & O Renn (eds), Risk Governance of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations (Cambridge University Press, United States of America 2014).

    • Üşenmez, Emre, 'The UK's Energy Security'. in G Gordon, J Paterson & E Usenmez (eds), Oil and Gas Law: Current Practice and Emerging Trends (Dundee University Press, Dundee 2011) pp. 33-64.

    • Üşenmez, Emre, 'The UKCS Fiscal Regime'. in G Gordon, J Paterson & E Usenmez (eds), Oil and Gas Law: Current Practice and Emerging Trends (Dundee University Press, Dundee 2011) pp. 137-160.

    • Woolley, Olivia, 'Renewable Energy Consumption'. in E Woerdman, M Roggenkamp & M Holwerda (eds), Essential EU Climate Law (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Cheltenham 2015) pp. 125-156.

    • Woolley, Olivia, P.J.Schaumberg and G.St Michel, ‘Establishing an Offshore Electricity Grid: A Legal Analysis of Grid Developments in the North Sea and in US Waters’ in M.M.Roggenkamp, L.Barrera-Hernandez, D.N.Zillman and I.del Guayo (eds) Energy Networks and the Law: Innovative Solutions in Changing Markets (Oxford University Press, 2012) pp.180-204

    • Woolley, Olivia, ‘Overcoming Legal Challenges for Offshore Electricity Grid Development: A Case Study of the Cobra and Kriegers Flak projects’ in M.M.Roggenkamp and O.Woolley (eds) European Energy Report IX (Intersentia, 2012) pp.169-195.

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