Video: State Sovereignty vs. Stabilization & Arbitration Clauses in Petroleum Agreements

CEPMLP | Webinar | 2021

19th February 2021, 12:00 - 13:30 (UK time)


December 2020 Insight - Energy Transition and the Re-making of Liquified Natural Gas

Professor Paul Griffin, CEPMLP, University of Dundee | Document | 2020

Energy Transition and the Re-making of Liquified Natural Gas - authored by Professor Paul Griffin, CEPMLP, University of Dundee


Mid July 2020 Insight - International Unitization of Trans-Boundary Petroleum Deposits

Dr. William T. Onorato (Ph.D, Cantab) | Document | 2020

Mid July 2020 Insight - International Unitization of Trans-Boundary Petroleum Deposits


Issue 46: Malawi Petroleum and more

CEPMLP | Document | 2020

Issue 46 of the Extract/ Update: Malawi Petroleum and more


Issue 45: Local Content and Petroleum

CEPMLP | Document | 2020

Issue 45: Local Content and Petroleum, issue of the Extract/ Update


October 2019 Insight - Managing the Decline of Fossil Fuels in the UK: Lessons for Developing Countries

Dr. Victoria Nalule (CEPMLP) | Document | 2019

As is well-known, hydrocarbons resources are finite. Once extracted they are put to use and cannot be replaced. So, what do governments do when faced with geological data that tells them their subsoil resources might reach a peak in only a few years or worse, that they have already began to decline?...


Petronia Simulation Game

Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) | URL | 2018

'Petronia' is an introductory online interactive course on resource governance designed to feel like a simulation and a game. Petronia explores the policy challenges in a fictional developing country that has made a potentially transformative oil discovery. Online learners join a team of experts dep...


Nigeria’s Macroeconomic Crisis Explained

Channing Arndt, Chuku Chuku, Adedeji Adeniran, Morakinyo Adetutu, Victor Ajayi, George Mavrotas, and Chukwuka Onyekwena | Document | 2018

Nigeria confronts a prolonged period of adjustment. For more than a generation, the oil sector generated large volumes of foreign exchange. However, with the recent bust in global oil prices and the resumed restiveness in the oil rich Niger-Delta region since 2014, Nigeria was thrust into macroeco...


The Second Annual Mining and Mineral Sector Development Scorecard

Uganda National Planning Authority and Africa Center for Energy and Mineral Policy | Document | 2018

The Mining and Mineral Development Score Card is a joint effort of Government of Uganda (National Planning Authority) and a Civil Society Organisation (Africa Center for Energy and Mineral Policy) seeks to monitor the annual planning, budgeting and overall governance of the mining and minerals sub...


Governing Extractive Industries: Politics, Histories, Ideas

Oxford University Press | Document | 2018

This is an open access book on extractives sector governance by Oxford University Press. The book is funded by UK Aid. It uses Latin American and African case studies to form a broad geographical comparison and over long historical periods in order to allow readers to see patterns over time. It comb...


Political Parties and Natural Resource Governance: A Practical Guide for Developing Resource Policy Positions

Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) | Document | 2018

Resource wealth brings a unique set of challenges often known as the “resource curse”—challenges political parties with informed and comprehensive policy positions are well positioned to help address. Political parties have an important role to play in ensuring that these resources are managed tr...


China, Oil, and Latin America: Myth v.s. Reality

Patricia I. Vasquez | Document | 2018

Over the past ten years, Chinese companies and government lenders have made investments and loans worth hundreds of billions of US dollars in Latin America's oil and gas industry. The enormous amounts of capital flowing from China, coupled with the opacity of many of the deals associated with Chines...


Seventh National Development Plan of Zambia (2017-2021)

Republic of Zambia | Document | 2017

Zambia has had three development plans since the re-introduction of the medium-term development planning process in the early 2000s, namely the Fifth National Development Plan, 2006-2010 (FNDP), Sixth National Development Plan, 2011-2015 (SNDP) and the Revised Sixth National Development Plan, 2013-...


Extractive Industries The policy of the National Investing Bodies of the Church of England and the Ethical Investment Advisory Group’s Advisory and Theological Papers

The Church of England | Document | 2017

This document provides policies the Church of England National Investing Bodies (NIBs) have agreed to adopt following the Ethical Investment Advisory Group (EIAG)'s Extractive Industries Policy Paper and Theological and Biblical Reflections.


Stabilization and the Impact of Changing Patterns of Energy Investment

Peter Cameron | Document | 2017

More than a decade of investor–state tension in which states sought to rebalance arrangements with international investors in the light of rising commodity prices is now a matter of history in the energy industry. Some of the disputes that resulted from that fractious period continue in arbitration ...


Negotiating Tanzania’s Gas Future: What Matters for Investment and Government Revenues?

Natural Resource Governance Institute | Document | 2017

This brief is one of a series analyzing the Tanzanian government’s approach to managing the country’s offshore natural gas sector. Other briefs in the series include “Localizing Tanzania’s Gas Sector” and “Uncertain Potential: Managing Tanzania’s Gas Revenues.”


Uncertain Potential: Managing Tanzania’s Gas Revenues

Natural Resource Governance Institute | Document | 2017

This brief is one of a series analyzing the Tanzanian government’s approach to managing the country’s offshore natural gas sector. Other briefs in the series include “Localizing Tanzania’s Gas Sector” and “Negotiating Tanzania’s Gas Future.”


Localizing Tanzania’s Gas Sector: Determining Optimal Policies for an Emerging Producer

Natural Resource Governance Institute | Document | 2017

Tanzania’s gas sector is at a crucial juncture. A game-changing liquefied natural gas project is not yet guaranteed to happen. It remains unclear how much Tanzanians will actually benefit from the country’s natural gas reserves. Whether the sector’s potential is realized will depend in large part...


Searching for Natural Gas Demand in the Next Decade

Oxford Institute of Energy Studies | Document | 2017

The expectation of an oversupplied gas market up to the mid-2020s has put natural gas demand back on the radar. This edition of the Oxford Energy Forum is dedicated to gas demand outlook in various regions of the world, with the starting point being the open question on whether, when, where a...


Mapping the oil and gas industry to the Sustainable Development Goals: An Atlas

UNDP, IFC and IPIECA | Document | 2017

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with its 17 goals, represents the world’s plan of action for overcoming poverty while protecting the planet and ensuring that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) emphasize that economic growth needs to be accomp...