1 Introduction To form an Energy Union, create an ‘integrated energy market’ 1 and meet goals in the field of energy set for 2020, 2 2030 3 and 2050, 4 with a special focus on the security of supply, competitiveness, sustainability, modernisation, diversification of energy sources and promotion
Marc Bungenberg and Angshuman Hazarika
Volume 1, The Continental Shelf
Although the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea has still not entered into force, and, indeed, may not do so for many years for some of the major maritime powers, its adoption in 1982 did, nonetheless, usher in a period of relative stability in the rules governing the areas within national jurisdiction, including, in particular, the continental shelf. However, being the creatures of compromise, some of its rules are undeniably vague and it has been left to State practice and international courts and tribunals to develop these rules further, especially those relating to the delimitation of the continental shelf between neighbouring States.
Volume 1 provides an analysis of the rules of conventional and custromary law in the light of this practice.
Volume 2, on Sea-Bed Mining, deals with the area beyond the limits of national jurisdiction, that is, the submarine area lying seaward of the outer limit of the continental shelf. Volume 3, which will be published at the same time as Volume 2, will provide Documents, Tables and Bibliography relating to the subject matter of the first two volumes.
Mehdi Parvizi Amineh and Henk Houweling
© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2007 DOI: 10.1163/156914907X207793 PGDT 6 (2007) 365-388 www.brill.nl/pgdt Perspectives on Global Development and Technology P g d t Global Energy Security and Its Geopolitical Impediments—Th e Case of the Caspian Region Mehdi Parvizi Amineh a and Henk Houweling
Wolfgang Hein and Lars Holstenkamp
There is a common understanding that access to modern forms of energy plays a crucial role in development—as a necessary, even though not sufficient condition. 1 This shared belief, however, has not resulted in a coherent global political strategy emerging from international conferences dedicated
An eu Perspective
Moritz von Unger
climate and energy strategy, proposing an eu -wide target of 40% domestic reduction in greenhouse gas ( ghg ) emissions below 1990 levels, a 27% share in energy consumption for renewable energy, including a new governance framework for the preparation of energy plans at the Member States level and
Modeling Problems in the Real World
Robert Mayes and James Myers
Edited by Myron Nordquist, John Norton Moore and Alexander Skaridov
THOMAS H. CAREFOOT, , BARBARA E. TAYLOR and KEVIN BRETT
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of Chinese development finance remain under-researched. Carbon externality is one of the issues that has not yet been fully discussed in the energy and investment law literature, particularly with regards to energy development finance under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). 3 Analysed in economic
Natalie Dobson and Seline Trevisanut
Arctic and energy policies when compared to previous policy documents. The interest of the EU in the Arctic has always been manifold and has progressively increased in the last fifteen years. The Arctic region remains one of the major suppliers of energy, mainly oil and gas, for the EU . The strategic