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The petroleum industry brings together the most powerful public and private actors in the form of states and trans-national corporations. Oil and gas law has the task of arranging the resultant relationships and of ensuring that the legitimate interests of each side are protected. Following a series of introductory lectures, students will participate in interactive seminars considering topics drawn from the state control, contracting and regulatory aspects of oil and gas law. This course is available to LLM students on programmes other than the specialist LLM Oil and Gas Law programmes.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
The precise syllabus may change from year to year to reflect issues of current importance, but typical topics are likely to include: 1. Energy Security 2. licensing and concession systems, 3. Production sharing agreements; 4. State access and national oil companies; 5. Health and safety; 6. Environment; 7. Taxation
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
First Attempt: One 2000 word essay (25%) and one 3-hour written exam (closed book) (75%). Re-sit attempt: 3 hour examination.
There are no assessments for this course.