The Official History of North Sea Oil and Gas; Volume 1: The Growing Dominance of the State (paperback)

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Abstract

Preface. 1. Initial Legislation and Licensing. 2. The Early North Sea Boundary Issues. 3. What Role for the State? 4. The First Gas Contracts. 5. The Early Oil Discoveries and the Fourth Round Debate. 6. Further Gas Developments and the Frigg Contracts. 7. Designing the Tax Package. 8. Providing for BNOC and Enhanced State Control. 9. The New Policy in Action: State Participation. 10. The New Policy in Action: Further Licensing and Related Issues. 11. Increasing the Government Take. 12. The Development of Depletion and Conservation Policies. 13. Utilising the Benefits. Conclusion
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherRoutledge
Commissioning bodyUK GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF SCIENCE
Number of pages642
Volume1
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9781138019034
Publication statusPublished - 28 Mar 2014

Publication series

NameWhitehall histories: Government's official history series
PublisherRoutledge

Keywords

  • UKCS
  • UK Government
  • Oil and Gas
  • Official History
  • North Sea oil

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    Kemp, A. (2014). The Official History of North Sea Oil and Gas; Volume 1: The Growing Dominance of the State (paperback). (1 ed.) (Whitehall histories: Government's official history series). Routledge.