epub Liability for drilling--and production-source oil pollution in the Canadian offshore (Working paper) download
by Christian G Yoder
Law and legislation, Liability for oil pollution damages, Oil pollution of the sea, Submarine Oil well drilling, Oil spills.
PDF A significant amount of marine oil pollution is vessel-source with another being .
PDF A significant amount of marine oil pollution is vessel-source with another being non-vessel-source originating from offshore oil platform. The world has witnessed a number of oil spill disasters since the 1950s including the Deepwater Horizon incident in the United States, the Montara Wellhead Platform in Australia and the continuing oil spill incidents in the Niger Delta, Nigeria.
Includes bibliographical references.
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Offshore drilling operations are now a significant source of oil discharged to the North Sea. In the North Sea the majority of oil contaminated cuttings are generated and discharged outside the territorial waters of littoral states.
Offshore drilling and production. The book contains an extensive coverage of offshore operations, including a historic background of offshore operations. Chapter 3: Offshore Platforms. Offshore oil and gas fields have received much attention since the first out-of-sight-land offshore platform that produced oil went on stream in 1947. Since that time, the design and construction of offshore pipelines and platforms have continued and the technology capable of finding and producing oil in deepwater and in harsh environments around the world has seen remarkable developments.
Электронная книга "Handbook of Offshore Oil and Gas Operations", James G. Speight
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This paper presents an analysis of the legal framework and regulatory approach of the United States (US) for preventing accidents in the development of the oil and gas resources of its outer continental shelf (OCS). Discussion is focused on prevention of major accidents which harm workers and the offshore and coastal environments, but also deals with some aspects of emergency response. References are made to Norwegian laws and regulations governing oil and gas operations in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea and illuminate a proven alternative approach for preventing OCS accidents.
The Ship-source Oil Pollution Fund (SSOPF) is a creation of Part 6 of the Marine Liability Act Canada s. .Ownership, chartering, management and operation of the ship may be in the hands of companies located in a number of different countries.
The Ship-source Oil Pollution Fund (SSOPF) is a creation of Part 6 of the Marine Liability Act Canada s domestic fund is based in Ottawa and provides an additional level of compensation over that created by the Civil Liability Convention 1969 and the FUND Convention 1971. 5 The historical background Those who don t know it, are doomed to repeat it Before statute, we had to rely on the common law, which had flaws. Crew may represent many different nationalities.
Mason, . ‘Civil liability for oil pollution damage: examining the evolving scope for environmental compensation in.
Oil pollution-petroleum hydrocarbons-can enter the marine environment from a wide range of sources including . This paper presents a discussion on measures in place to reduce oil pollution in the North Sea, and on the effectiveness of those measures.
Oil pollution-petroleum hydrocarbons-can enter the marine environment from a wide range of sources including transport (. natural inputs (Clark, 2001).