Port and Terminal Regulations (eBook)

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April 2015


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Port and Terminal Regulations (eBook)

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The use of ports and terminals, whether by shipowners or cargo owners, has legal and financial implications, and misunderstandings of regulations and contractual obligations can prove expensive. This book highlights the risks and how to mitigate them. 

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Now revised, updated and expanded, this remains the only book specifically devoted to the subject of port, harbour and terminal regulations.

 

Contents

Preface to First Edition

Preface to Second Edition

About the Author

1. Scope and Background

2. Ports, Harbours and Terminals

3. Port and Harbour Authorities

4. Terminal Owners and Operators

5. Port and Terminal Bye-Laws and Regulations

6. Legal Status and Drafting Aspects of Bye-Laws and Regulations

7. Enforceability

8. Analysis: Port and Harbour Bye-Laws

9. Analysis: Private Terminal Regulations

10. Analysis: Commercial Terminal Regulations

11. Analysis: Project Terminal Regulations

12. Practical, Commercial and Political Considerations

13. Interface between Terminal Regulations and Terminal User’s other Contracts

14. Interface between Terminal Regulations and Terminal Owner’s other Contracts

15. Interface with Uncontracted Third Parties and other Potential Disputes

Index

Anthony Jennings was educated at Trinity College, Oxford. He was Senior Legal Advisor and Company Secretary at Texaco, later ChevronTexaco, later Chevron, in London, specializing in oil and gas and marine and shipping law, and a member of the United Kingdom Energy Lawyers Group. He was at various times a member of the legal committees of the United Kingdom Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA), the United Kingdom Offshore Operators’ Association, now known as Oil & Gas UK, and the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF). He is a member of the Law Society. He was a contributor to Oil and Gas Infrastructure and Midstream Agreements (Langham Legal Publishing 1999) and Natural Gas Agreements (Sweet & Maxwell 2001). He is also the author of Oil and Gas Exploration Contracts (Sweet & Maxwell 2002, second edition 2008), Fuel Storage Transportation and Supply Agreements (Witherby Publishing 2004) and Oil and Gas Production Contracts (Sweet & Maxwell 2008).

Title: Port and Terminal Regulations (eBook)
Subtitle: 2nd Edition
Edition: Second
Number of Pages: 222
Product Code: WS1456EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-1-85609-540-2 (9781856095402), ISBN 10: 1-85609-540-1 (1856095401)
Published Date: April 2015
Author: Anthony Jennings

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