The conflict between oil and fisheries: a survey of Norwegian and United Kingdom law and practice

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    Abstract

    The conflict between offshore petroleum activities and fishing as regulated in Norwegian and English law is discussed, considering the loss of access to fishing grounds and the problem of debris. The various lessons to be learned from the experience of Norway and the UK are indicated, listing also certain issues which need to be resolved and measures which may be taken.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe regulation of fisheries : legal, economic and social aspects : proceedings of a European workshop, University of Tromsø, Norway. 2-4 June 1986
    EditorsGeir Ulfstein, Peder Andersen, Robin Churchill
    PublisherCouncil of Europe
    Pages197-213
    Number of pages17
    Publication statusPublished - 1987

    Keywords

    • Environmental impact
    • Fishery disputes
    • International law
    • Oil and gas industry
    • United Kingdom
    • Norway

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    Churchill, R. (1987). The conflict between oil and fisheries: a survey of Norwegian and United Kingdom law and practice. In G. Ulfstein, P. Andersen, & R. Churchill (Eds.), The regulation of fisheries : legal, economic and social aspects : proceedings of a European workshop, University of Tromsø, Norway. 2-4 June 1986 (pp. 197-213). Council of Europe.