Each of these groups of scholarship is discussed in greater detail below. On that day, two contract operators on an ERT oil production platform in the Gulf of Mexico at platform Vermilion A were engaged in bleeding pressure from the production casing on a plugged well.
Part III provides background on offshore drilling in the U. Indeed, this lack of benchmarking may introduce behavioral bias into regulatory decision making. According to Title 30, Code of Federal Regulations Historical Background on Oil Drilling in U.
Another element is to introduce greater transparency in oil spill response plans and other regulatory reviews, which until now have been largely immune from outside scrutiny. ERT could not produce an acceptable pressure test chart because of the deficiencies in the November 27, testing.
A third step is to instill greater regulatory expertise on offshore drilling and, potentially, to adopt a more prescriptive approach to Arctic regulation.
This must be done prior to the installation going into operation national authorities must verify safety provisions, environmental protection measures, and the emergency preparedness of rigs and platforms.
Lemelle after having pled guilty to two felony counts of violating the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act and two felony counts of violating the Clean Water Act related to conduct on its offshore oil production facilities in the Gulf of Mexico.
Part II describes the laws governing offshore drilling, including those governing exploitation and oil spill response. I focus on three steps in particular, and the policy interactions among them: Arctic, recounting the history of failures there to date.
One line of scholarship views the information failures in offshore drilling as intractable and advocates a modest regulatory role. With respect to Arctic offshore drilling, I identify two informational problems central to frontier regulation. Principles for Reform In light of the problems of regulating catastrophic risks at the technological frontier, what solutions exist?
These documents look at how bodily injury, property damage and economic losses are handled, as well as the financial security instruments that would cover such damage. This strategy—centered on the principles of caution and open government—brings with it policy trade-offs.
In Russia, following repeated delays, state-owned oil company Gazprom recently launched an Arctic commercial project. To make this discussion more concrete, I focus on two ways in which the Arctic casts new light on catastrophic risk regulation: First, these studies have focused on a fairly narrow subset of possible tools that, while promising, do not capture the range of regulatory approaches available.
The second group considers another paradigmatic issue in government—firm relations: Part VII suggests theoretical and practical implications of this research.
The Arctic is also a vital topic for U. Scholarship on Asymmetrically Held Information in Offshore Drilling Research on offshore drilling regulation has focused in significant part on the quality of relevant information that regulators possess. This Article aims to help fill the gap in scholarship.
Asymmetrically held information is a regular challenge of regulation, occurring both when firms withholdkey information from regulators and when firms give regulators too much information. I trace four phases in time: Scholarship on this topic, typically in tort and insurance law, advances liability and tax-based solutions for aligning interests, including major reforms of OPA.
Debates over risk-based and prescriptive regulation sound in a different key when, as in the Arctic, access to information is scant and reliance on industry is high.Although some environmental law scholarship likens learning to adaptive management—a concept that, for reasons discussed above, may be ill-suited to regulation of risky industries like offshore drilling  —steps short of full-blown adaptive management may be helpful.
Abstract Environmental regulation of the marine environment from offshore pollution is an international concern. Offshore pollution presents various negative impacts to the ecosystem. Media coverage.
During the period of probation, ERT, its subsidiaries, agents and affiliated business entity Talos Energy Offshore, LLC, and employees thereof, will be required to comply with a. Deep Water Offshore Oil Exploration Regulation: The Need For a Global Environmental Regulation Regime Naama Hasson* Abstract Government regulation of deepwater offshore explorations has.
Offshore petroleum board not fit for environmental regulation, scientist says Lobbying to put the provincial offshore oil board back in charge of environmental assessments has drawn the ire of. Regulations and Guidance BOEM offshore leasing and operations are governed by a wide variety of laws, regulations, and other communications with the offshore industry.
The Bureau enforces compliance with these regulations and periodically updates rules to reflect advancements in technology and new information.Download