The International Shale Gas & Oil Journal (ISG&OJ) is a
quarterly journal on shale gas and oil developments in politics,
economic, regulatory, tax & legal areas for practitioners and
academics in the field. The journal draws on the experiences in
USA, Canada and China, but the focus is mainly on Europe.
ISG&OJ updates on EU and national level legislation, outcomes of research on shale gas and oil potential by geological national surveys, reviews on developments and perspectives per EU country with a hint of the political state of play, business developments with regard to new market entrants and concessions trading in the EU, conclusions of expert reports released by think tanks, international and national expert organizations, opinions expressed by the EU and governments officials EU and governments officials, lawyers, scientists, IOC's and NOC's, regulators. Each issue reports in detail on international legal, environmental and technical developments in Europe, USA and the Far East and includes legislative initiatives, case law and specific country developments. Providing accessible articles and straight-forward information on all Shale Gas and Oil related aspects, including political, legal, economic, environmental, industrial, financial and technical.The ISGOJ aims to be the leading cross-border platform for a multi-disciplinary dialoque between all actors including industry, policy-makers, lawyers, scholars, energy providers, investors.
Table of contents Issue 1 : PDF.
Table of contents Issue 2 : PDF.
Table of contents Issue 3 : PDF.
Table of contents Issue 4 : PDF.
Izabela Albrycht (chief editor)
Political scientist; chairperson of the board of the Kosciuszko Institute, Poland
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenberg, Austria
Director Gas Technology, TNO Delft
Flavia di Stefano
Professor, City Law School, Grays Inn, London
Partner, Philippe & Partners, Brussels
Mark R. Robeck
Partner, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
Partner, Baker Botts
Helmholtz -Zentrum Potsdam
Assistant Director, Center for Economic Development, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University
Senior Managing Director, Strategic Communications Head of Energy and Natural Resources Brussels, FTI Consulting