Improving outcomes for future generations in petroleum licensing regimes–an assessment of the United Kingdom's regime: Part 2–assessment of the UK regime

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Abstract

Part 2 of this article assesses the United Kingdom's offshore petroleum licensing regime for its treatment of the interests of future generations using the methodology developed in Part 1. The assessment is a functional assessment across nine areas: four environmental areas (ecosystems necessary for human life, other ecosystems, cultural heritage and amenity values and restoration of ecosystem damage) and five non-environmental areas (technology, risk management, planning and strategy, resource management and limits on development and production).

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Energy and Natural Resources Law
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Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 3 Nov 2020

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