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A Practitioner's Handbook
Edited by Ranajoy Basu, a senior structured finance and capital markets lawyer who also spearheads the global social impact finance group at Reed Smith, this unique publication provides practical, commercial and candid guidance from an array of thought leaders in the microfinance sector. It will serve as a useful guide to the vital issues and will assist the reader in grasping the challenges and trends that will underpin the growth of this evolving and growing sector.
Minerals and Mining:
A Practical Global Guide
This practical handbook describes the main regulations and agreements on minerals and mining activities in a number of significant mining nations. Each chapter - written by leading professionals in the field, including from Allen & Overy, SNR Denton and Webber Wentzel - covers the same topics for ease of reference.
Mining and Minerals
A Practical Guide to the Life Cycle of a Mining Project
This practical title outlines in a single volume the essential principles involved in the life of a mining project, from preliminary agreements, to the sale and purchase of minerals, and the decommissioning of mining assets. It is intended as a practical guide for anyone seeking a better understanding of key commercial and legal principles and documentation involved in finding and developing a mining project. co-edited by Canadian law firm Cassels Brock & Blackwell’s Darrell Podowski, a highly-ranked expert in mining law, and Jennifer Poirier, organiser of Canadian-based mining association, the Young Mining Professionals, this practical title features contributions from leading practitioners around the world.
Modern Legal Practice (Journal)
Business - Strategy - Leadership
Legal service providers today face unprecedented challenges: globalisation, the ‘more for less’ challenge, and the war for talent to mention just a few. This journal arises out of our successful book series on the business of law co-published with the IBA, and offers practical guidance on how to manage or grow a law firm or an in-house team successfully as a business.
More on Risk and Energy Infrastructure
Value Chains, Stakeholders and Black Swans
First published in 2011, 'Risk and Energy Infrastructure' (Vol I) provided an inter-disciplinary analysis of the project-specific risk factors facing cross-border oil and gas pipelines, together with risk allocation and mitigation methodologies. Our fully updated and comprehensive Vol II looks beyond oil and gas pipelines and considers energy infrastructure more broadly in several important areas.
Negotiating Technology Contracts
This practical, how-to book seeks to explain the perspectives of both sides of the negotiating table on a clause-by-clause basis, clearly setting out the key points they will want to protect – and why – while also offering suggestions as to what they may be willing to concede or compromise upon. It is written with the benefit of DLA Piper’s unparalleled view of the global market for technology sourcing and outsourcing projects, and from acting both for customers and service providers in this space.
Oil & Gas in Africa:
A Legal and Commercial Analysis of the Upstream Industry
As an oil and gas province, Africa is clearly a region of growing importance. This book discusses the opportunities and challenges. Chapters describe the production sharing contract (PSC) and economic terms governing regional exploration and production activity. The book also covers financing, M&A, valuation, local content, state participation, security and decommissioning issues in an African context. Additional chapters deal with OHADA – an attempt to harmonise business laws across 17 countries in West and Central Africa – and natural gas and LNG projects.
Oil and Gas Decommissioning:
Law, Policy and Comparative Practice, Second Edition
Part A of this fully updated second edition looks at decommissioning and the oil and gas life cycle. Part B contains chapters on decommissioning and international law. Part C focuses on decommissioning in the North Sea and contains chapters on government policy, environment law, offshore contracting, health and safety, financial and technical issues. Part D provides an international comparative analysis, with new chapters on Denmark, Namibia, Netherlands and New Zealand.
Oil and Gas M&A
A Practical Handbook, Second Edition
As well as providing chapters on each type of acquisition method, this second edition also includes an analysis of the underlying structuring decisions. In addition, this practical guide covers a number of ancillary areas, including valuations, financing, tax and accounting. Decommissioning liability is also considered in an M&A context. A number of new chapters are also featured, covering topics such as competition law, environmental law and dealing with material adverse changes.This comprehensive new edition will prove an essential resource to anyone involved in the upstream industry M&A process including lawyers, bankers, financiers, business executives, accountants and tax advisers.
Oil and Gas Sale and Purchase Agreements:
SPAs for International Oil and Gas Acquisitions and Divestitures
Sale and purchase agreements relating to oil and gas assets are highly specialised, reflecting the unique nature and characteristics of the industry itself. This book, written by experienced and well-known practitioners from within the oil and gas industry will provide a practical review of the provisions typically included in such agreements. It aims to benefit lawyers and commercial negotiators working in the industry who handle sale and purchase transactions and who want to better understand the usual terms and conditions involved in those transactions.