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  1. This 10th European Energy Law Report includes chapters on the following topics: “EU Energy Law: Case Law and Infrastructure Developments”, “Internal Gas Market Developments – Security and Safety of Supply” and “Greening EU Energy Markets – Promoting and Trading Renewables”.
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    €131.75 €155.-

  2. This book critically examines the various human rights violations and environmental damage associated with oil exploration activities in the oil-producing communities of Nigeria, the international codes of conduct and norms, and the roles and responsibilities of the major MNCs in respect of these violations.
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    €80.75 €95.-

  3. In 2009, the EU adopted one of the first dedicated regulatory frameworks for the deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology worldwide. This book analyses the EU regulatory framework for CCS and examines its suitability for facilitating the deployment of CCS in the longer term.
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    €165.75 €195.-

  4. In this book Hannah Kruimer analyses the application of the legal principle of non-discrimination in the context of energy network operation.
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    €123.25 €145.-

  5. This fourth volume of the ELRF book “EU Energy Law and Policy Issues”presents an overview of some of the most recent developments taking place in the EU energy law and policy sector.
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    €165.75 €195.-
  6. Compensating Ecological Damage

    Publication date: June 26, 2013

    This book focuses on the damage to private natural resources which have an ecological value in excess of their market value and the damage to public natural resources. Its aim is to design a compensation system, taking into account the interaction between regulation, liability rules and compensation mechanisms, to both prevent and compensate for ecological damage.
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    €76.50 €90.-

  7. The energy and climate change challenge is one of the greatest tests which the EU and its Member States are facing. The need to deliver the triple objectives of the EU’s energy policy, namely a competitive, secure and sustainable energy supply, is stronger than ever. This book analyses whether the current EU regulatory framework for energy law and policy suffices to address the triple objectives of the EU’s energy policy, or by contrast, wheth...
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    €126.65 €149.-

  8. This book assesses the role of EU agencies and networks of regulators from a legal perspective, thus linking the role of law to the debates on network governance. Two case studies form the core of the research: EU energy and electronic communications regulation.
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    €63.75 €75.-

  9. The European Energy Law Report IX presents an overview of the most important legal developments in the field of EU and national energy and climate change law as discussed at the 24th European Energy Law Seminar in 2011.
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    €123.25 €145.-

  10. This book examines the question why – from an economic perspective – society should enforce certain violations through criminal law, while others through private or administrative law.
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    €51.- €60.-
 
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