Association of International Petroleum Negotiators

(AIPN)

Stabilisation in Investment Legal agreements and

Alterations of Guidelines in Host Countries: Tools for

Oil & Gas Investors

Peter D Cameron

ACIArb

PhD (University of Edinburgh), LLB (Joint Honours) (University of Edinburgh) Professor of Foreign Energy Rules and Insurance plan

CEPMLP, School of Dundee, UK

l. d. [email protected] ac. uk

FINAL REPORT

5 September 2006

В© Copyright Peter D Cameron j.

PDCameron/AIPN/Final Report. 5 September 2006

Desk of Articles

TABLE OF CONTENTS....................................................................................................................... a couple of EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW & TIPS FOR THE READER................................................................ 5 GLOSSARY OF TERMS AND ACRONYMS.................................................................................... 6th FOREWORD & ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS...................................................................................... almost 8 Scope of the Study........................................................................................................................... almost 8 Structure of the Study...................................................................................................................... on the lookout for PART you: THE PROBLEM.................................................................................................................. doze CHAPTER one particular: WHY MAKE AN EFFORT TO STABILISE INVESTMENT CONTRACTS IN THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY?...................................................................................................................... 12 1 ) 1 THE QUESTION: TO STABILISE OR NOT REALLY?....................................................................................... 12 1 . 2 TWO LIMITATIONS ABOUT STABILITY................................................................................................. 13 1 . several HOW HAS STABILITY BEEN ADDRESSED THROUGH THE YEARS?.......................................................... 15 1 . 4 OVERVIEW.................................................................................................................................... 19 PART 2: SO WHY DO NUMBER GOVERNMENTS CHANGE RULES?....................................... 20 2 . you WAVES AND THEIR EFFECTS......................................................................................................... twenty 2 . 2 THE ARMOURY............................................................................................................................. 22 2 . 3 DANGERS TO THE HOST GOVERNMENT............................................................................................... 24 2 . 4 SUMMARY.................................................................................................................................... 25 PART two: THE TECHNIQUES & ALL THEIR ENFORCEMENT.......................................................... twenty-seven CHAPTER several: THE PRACTICE OF FINANCIAL STABILISATION................................................... twenty seven 3. you THE HEART OF THE MATTER........................................................................................................ 27 several. 2 THE MARKET PLACE OF STABILISATION PROVISIONS................................................................... twenty-eight 3. 2 . 1 Abnormally cold – Totally or in Part............................................................................................... 28 three or more. 2 . two Economic Managing............................................................................................................ 31 a few. 2 . three or more. Circumstances of Balancing............................................................................................... thirty six 3. installment payments on your 4 Balancing and Expropriation............................................................................................... 38 3. 2 . your five Legislative Support for Steadiness........................................................................................... 39 a few. 2 . six Stability and...

Bibliography: Republic of bolivia:

Model Creation Sharing Contract, 1997.

Committee for Purchases (the Qualified Body) and the Zhaikmunai

Limited Liability Partnership (the Contractor), Kazakhstan, 1997.

Mozambique: Creation Sharing Contract for the Sofala Field, 1998.

Model Get Oil and Gas (Decree 108 of 17 January 1997) and

Model Contract of 31 July 2001.

Nepal:

Model Production Sharing Contract, 1994.

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