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Role of the regulatory framework in encouraging sustainable extraction of petroleum resources in Australia and Norway: Lessons for Russia - Part 3
Ecological Bulletin of Russia
  • Tina Hunter, Bond University
Date of this Version
1-1-2012
Document Type
Journal Article
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Interim status: Citation only

Hunter, T. (2012). Role of the regulatory framework in encouraging sustainable extraction of petroleum resources in Australia and Norway: Lessons for Russia - Part 3. Ecological Bulletin of Russia, 9, 20-53. ISSN: 0868-7420

2012 HERDC submission. FoR code: 180111

© Copyright Rossiiskii Ekologicheskii Soyuz, 2012

Abstract

In this paper we investigate the possibility of the existing regulatory system in Australia for organizing sustainable conventional oil production in the shelf zone based on a comparative analysis with a similar system of Norway. The components of sustainable development in non-renewable petroleum. According to the results of comparative analysis of oil fields and the principles of controlled oil production in Australia and Norway, the author focuses on the analysis of the systematic regulation of oil production in the shelf zone. Our results have established a number of restrictions for oil production. In this paper, splitting regarded as the possibility of the contract system as an attempt to overcome these administrative barriers to achieving a sustainable economic system.

Citation Information
Tina Hunter. "Role of the regulatory framework in encouraging sustainable extraction of petroleum resources in Australia and Norway: Lessons for Russia - Part 3" Ecological Bulletin of Russia Vol. 12 (2012) p. 32 - 41 ISSN: 0868-7420
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tina_hunter1/37/