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Recent Framework Agreements for the Recognition and Development of Transboundary Hydrocarbon Resources

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Hydrocarbon accumulations straddle international boundaries and maritime zones. Historically states dealt with this reality by negotiating unity-of-deposit clauses in maritime delimitation agreements, followed by specific agreements upon the discovery of a straddling deposit. A more recent trend is to negotiate framework agreements which are designed to put in place a set of procedures for dealing with the discovery and exploitation of transboundary hydrocarbon resources. This paper examines selected aspects of five recent framework agreements.

Affiliations: 1: The University of Calgary2500 University Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta T2 N 1N4CanadaUniversity of Tromsø and the KG Jebsen CentreTromsø


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