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- Professor Maniruzzaman says: "Climate Justice is What's Needed for Copenhagen Success"
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Abstract: This book is about the regulation of upstream, exploration and production, E and P, operations. It is not about the regulation of environmental standards not about Health and Safety per se although those subject will come into the discussion. It concerns itself with the mechanisms whereby sovereign governments will exercise their responsibility to their citizens and to others to maintain the very highest standards of Good Oil field Practice. These standards will apply within the national territory and also in the Exclusive Economic Zone. The latter lies beyond the sovereign jurisdiction but is nevertheless under the administrative authority of the state.
Conwy, B and R Co., 2005.
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