This unique work provides a comparative survey, analysis and synthesis of energy law and regulation under EU and international law and in eight key European energy producing jurisdictions (Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, United Kingdom). In addition to separate chapters focusing on the law and institutions of each jurisdiction in turn, there are also major chapters on the impact of international law, environmental law issues, the CEEC and Energy Charter Treaty and EU Energy Law.
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Martha Roggenkamp is a Member of the Energy Group of Trenité Van Doorne, Lawyers in Rotterdam and a Senior Research Fellow at the International Institute of Energy Law at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands. She graduated in law and Scandinavian languages from the University of Groningen in the Netherlands and attained her PhD on the 'Legal Regime of Pipelines in the Petroleum Industry' at the University of Leiden in February 1999.
In addition, Martha Roggenkamp is the Dutch co-ordinator of the European Community's exchange programme for energy law students, editor of the book 'Energy Law in Europe', chairperson of the editorial board of the series 'Energie & Recht', member of the editorial board of the International Energy Law and Taxation Review, and member of the IBA's section on energy and natural resources law.
`Comments made by readers:
'This monumental compilation of European energy law draws on the collective expertise of its authors. This is a "must" for any professional or reference facility whose work involves this dynamic and fast changing field.''
Don Zillman, Godfrey Professor of Law, University of Maine
`In length and in depth it is a formidable contribution to a subject that for most lawyers, practitioners as well as academics, will be quite new and unfamiliar. ... Notable sections are the ones that deal with state aids, cross-subsidies and with the so-called 'essential facilities' doctrine.
... The material is organised and presented in an accessible format and style. For those with an interest in the UK energy law scene, the chapter by Stephen Dow will make an excellent starting point. ... stimulating to read, extremely well presented and formatted in a most accessible manner for the
reader. ... a work that is large in scope, in ambition and in scholarship.'
The Law Quarterly Review
`This is a high-quality, very useful work of general reference on EU Energy law matters that should and will be consulted by academics (mainly lawyers) and professionals dealing with the ongoing process of national and EU-wide restructuring of the energy sector and acceleration of cross-border
Oxford Journal of Energy Literature
`A well coordinated and consistent work ... This two-kg book represents a heavy investment by its editors and authors. It is at this time a necessary investment for readers and users who wish to get an overview of EU and international energy law or who want to get an overview of the energy law
in the selected EU member states.'
Oxford Journal of Energy Literature
`Excellent volume ... Its national coverage is excellent ... the quality of the contributions is consistently good with the legal issues being laid out clearly and difficult points identified ... a most impressive production, which will serve as an invaluable starting point to anyone
interested in energy law on either a national or a comparative scale.'
European Law Review
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Description du livre Oxford University Press, USA, 2001. Hardcover. État : Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Almost new condition (only slightest signs of use-read once)2001 USA First Edition Hard Back (black/dark blue board cover with gold leaf title in green box on front and spine)no DJ. Title as above, 1097 pages. A few pencil notes/underlining. 255mm x 180mm x 65mm d)In stock. N° de réf. du libraire ABE-1775615211