Joint Operating Agreements A Practical Guide Pdf

The Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) joint operating agreement (JOA) model was first adopted in 1990 and has been the subject of a series of subsequent revisions. It is the most widespread (although not always the most popular) common enterprise agreement in international conventional oil and gas projects today. The Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) is widely used in the oil industry as a contractual framework for joint ventures on different continents and standards. The first part of this book deals with thoughts before entering an JOA, such as compliance with corruption laws; Standards, practices and procedures across the oil industry; the applicability of the JOAs and the understanding of decommissioning obligations. The second part focuses on key clauses within each JOA covering issues such as health and safety; Responsibility and insurance Control of operations and expenses. It is a unique publication devoted to the analysis of all these key practical issues that oil and gas companies in different parts of the world face in negotiating and implementing an AYA in a single publication. The Joint Enterprise Agreement (JAA) is one of the cornerstones of contracts in the world of oil projects and is often the starting point for other key agreements in the processing, sale and transportation of natural gas and crude oil. – Sam Dunkley, The Journal of World Energy Law – Business, OUP The Challenges of Implementing in Exclusive Operation (p. 293) This detailed commentary will be an essential tool for practitioners and academics who are working on and teaching the JOA negotiations – even if the parties are not based on the AIPN JOA model.

The Relationship and Challenges between a Third Party Operator, the Joint Operating Company and JOA (P. 347) Author Peter Roberts is a partner at the international law firm Ashurst LLP and former general counsel of Centrica Energy. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of World Energy Law – Business, former President of the International Bar Association Oil and Gas Committee, a member of AIPN and the Society of Petroleum Engineers and a occasional professor at Dundee University. He is also the author of Gas Sales and Transportation Agreements: Principles and Practices. The Relationship with Other Joint Venture Agreements (p. 27) – Views of Cambridge Core between #date. This data is updated every 24 hours. Making the standard mechanism fair and enforceable (p.

331) Insurance: what should be insured, who should be responsible for it and to what extent? (P. 191) Accounting procedure: can the operator make a profit? How can the non-operator control the costs of the consortium? (p. 363) To send content items to your Kindle, be sure to add no-reply@cambridge.org to your email list for approved personal documents on the “Manage Content and Devices” page of your Amazon account. Then enter the “name” of your Kindle email address below. Learn more about sending to your Kindle. Health, safety and environmental issues (p. 173) When purchasing an Intersentia e-book, you will have immediate access to all available digital formats. Secondly and the Project Team: A Positive Mechanism to Support the Operator or an Effective Tool to Control the Operator? (p.

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