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The Resource Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector : Balancing Private and Public Interests

Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector : Balancing Private and Public Interests

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Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector : Balancing Private and Public Interests
Title
Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector
Title remainder
Balancing Private and Public Interests
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector: Balancing Private and Public Interests, a comprehensive collection of essays from experts and practitioners, offers an important new resource to the field
Member of
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Brabandere, Eric de
Dewey number
332.67/3
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Gazzini, Tarcisio
Series statement
Nijhoff International Investment Law Series
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  • Energy industries
  • Investments, Foreign
  • Energy industries
  • Energy policy
  • International commercial arbitration
Label
Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector : Balancing Private and Public Interests
Instantiates
Publication
Note
2 Preliminary Remarks on Some Specific Features of or Related to the ECT
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; List of Main Abbreviations; List of Cases; Contributor Biographies; Introduction; Part 1 Specificity of Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector; Chapter 1 FDI in the Energy Sector: Recent Trends and Policy Issues; 1 The Importance of FDI in the Energy Sector; 2 FDI-related Policies in the Energy Sector; 2.1 Policies Relating to the Establishment of FDI in the Energy Sector; 2.2 Treatment of Established Investors in the Energy Sector; 2.3 Investment Disputes in the Energy Sector on the Rise
  • 3 Reconciling Conflicting Interests of Host Countries and Foreign Investors in the Energy Sector3.1 Balancing Public and Private Interest in National Investment Policies; 3.2 Balancing Private and Public Interest in International Investment Policies; 4 Concluding Remarks; Chapter 2 Multiple Investment Regimes for Russian Subsoil Resources: Work in Progress or Utopia?; 1 Introduction; 2 Implementation of Subsoil Resource Investment Regimes Worldwide; 3 Historical Development of Russian Subsoil Legislation (Including Variations with Respect to Petroleum Taxation)
  • 4 Oil Tax Reform of Early 2000s: Administrative Simplicity vs. Economic Efficiency5 Multiple Investment Regimes for Russian Subsoil (Author'sHistorical Proposal); 6 Proposed Application Zones for Different Investment Regimes in Subsoil Use in Russia; 7 Vicious Circle; 8 Which Way Forward; Chapter 3 International Law and Foreign Investment in Hydroelectric Industry: A Multidimensional Analysis; 1 Introduction: A Multidimensional Analysis; 2 On International Investment Law and Hydroelectric Industry; 2.1 As Exemplary of the Operation of International Investment Law
  • 2.2 A Tentative Adjudication Policy Consideration Arising out of Recent Arbitration Case Law2.3 The Structural Complexity of the Chain of Actors and of the Activities Involved in this Sector and the Definition of Investment; 3 On the Application of Human Rights Law to Hydro-Electric Industry and Its Potential Impact on Foreign Investment in this Area; 3.1 On the Actual and Potential Impact of Human Rights Law on Investment Law Relevant to Investment in Hydroelectricity
  • 3.2 A Symmetrical Interpretation and Application of the General Principle of Proportionality in Terms of Reciprocity and Good Faith4 The Inter-State Dimension of Hydropower Projects and the Relevance of International Water Law to Foreign Investment in this Sector; 4.1 Hydropower in International Water Law; 5 On Civil Liability Aspects for Harm Caused by Water-related Activities; 6 Concluding Remarks; Part 2 The Energy Charter Treaty; Chapter 4 Energy Charter Treaty: Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives; 1 Introduction
Control code
ocn883570587
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Extent
1 online resource (312 pages)
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004244702
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unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)883570587
Label
Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector : Balancing Private and Public Interests
Publication
Note
2 Preliminary Remarks on Some Specific Features of or Related to the ECT
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Preface; List of Main Abbreviations; List of Cases; Contributor Biographies; Introduction; Part 1 Specificity of Foreign Investment in the Energy Sector; Chapter 1 FDI in the Energy Sector: Recent Trends and Policy Issues; 1 The Importance of FDI in the Energy Sector; 2 FDI-related Policies in the Energy Sector; 2.1 Policies Relating to the Establishment of FDI in the Energy Sector; 2.2 Treatment of Established Investors in the Energy Sector; 2.3 Investment Disputes in the Energy Sector on the Rise
  • 3 Reconciling Conflicting Interests of Host Countries and Foreign Investors in the Energy Sector3.1 Balancing Public and Private Interest in National Investment Policies; 3.2 Balancing Private and Public Interest in International Investment Policies; 4 Concluding Remarks; Chapter 2 Multiple Investment Regimes for Russian Subsoil Resources: Work in Progress or Utopia?; 1 Introduction; 2 Implementation of Subsoil Resource Investment Regimes Worldwide; 3 Historical Development of Russian Subsoil Legislation (Including Variations with Respect to Petroleum Taxation)
  • 4 Oil Tax Reform of Early 2000s: Administrative Simplicity vs. Economic Efficiency5 Multiple Investment Regimes for Russian Subsoil (Author'sHistorical Proposal); 6 Proposed Application Zones for Different Investment Regimes in Subsoil Use in Russia; 7 Vicious Circle; 8 Which Way Forward; Chapter 3 International Law and Foreign Investment in Hydroelectric Industry: A Multidimensional Analysis; 1 Introduction: A Multidimensional Analysis; 2 On International Investment Law and Hydroelectric Industry; 2.1 As Exemplary of the Operation of International Investment Law
  • 2.2 A Tentative Adjudication Policy Consideration Arising out of Recent Arbitration Case Law2.3 The Structural Complexity of the Chain of Actors and of the Activities Involved in this Sector and the Definition of Investment; 3 On the Application of Human Rights Law to Hydro-Electric Industry and Its Potential Impact on Foreign Investment in this Area; 3.1 On the Actual and Potential Impact of Human Rights Law on Investment Law Relevant to Investment in Hydroelectricity
  • 3.2 A Symmetrical Interpretation and Application of the General Principle of Proportionality in Terms of Reciprocity and Good Faith4 The Inter-State Dimension of Hydropower Projects and the Relevance of International Water Law to Foreign Investment in this Sector; 4.1 Hydropower in International Water Law; 5 On Civil Liability Aspects for Harm Caused by Water-related Activities; 6 Concluding Remarks; Part 2 The Energy Charter Treaty; Chapter 4 Energy Charter Treaty: Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives; 1 Introduction
Control code
ocn883570587
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (312 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789004244702
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)883570587

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