Regulatory reform and the economics of contract confidentiality: the economics of natural gas pipelines
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) issuance of RM95-3 and RM 95-4 regarding changes in natural gas pipeline regulation raised questions on the possible violation of contract confidentiality between natural gas pipelines and its customers. The FERC has applied the principle of public policy in defending its moves to make public its analysis of said contracts. To solve this problem, FERC has the option to limit the information released to the public. It can also force the monitoring of contract negotiations in the industry.
Publication Name: Regulation
All Texas residents and Plaintiffs bring a suit after many years of litigation with Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) over a contract dispute due to a 1993 joint venture regarding the reclamation and salvaging of petroleum production discarded by NNPC in the course of its day to day working in Nigeria. The Plaintiffs claimed in the suit that there was a scheme to suborn the corruption and bribery of the international arbitration panel.
Publication Name: ASA Bulletin
Case round-up: Atmospheric pollution
Judgment of the Court of First Instance on various environmental issues like the atmospheric pollution, chemicals, nature conservation, town and country planning, waste, and water is illustrated.
Publication Name: European Environmental Law Review
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