Cross-border oil and gas pipelines and cross-border waterways: a comparison between the two legal regimes

Stephen Dow, Ishrak Ahmed Siddiky, Yadgar Kamal Ahmaad

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    Abstract

    Cross-border oil and gas pipelines and cross-border waterways are two different areas but both play very important roles. One provides energy security while the other water security to countries. Cross-border oil and gas pipelines are built by a group of stakeholders after evaluating the geopolitical, legal and economic implications of the countries involved, whereas for cross-border waterways it is more about stakeholders deciding how they are going to share this natural resource for the benefit of the countries through which the waterway passes. The main objective of this article is to evaluate the legal aspects of cross-border oil and gas pipelines and cross-border waterways in order to find out whether there are any similarities in problems between the two and if there are, what could be done to deal with those problems?
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalJournal of World Energy Law & Business
    Early online date8 Feb 2013
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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