The Greenland Mineral Resources Act - the Law and Practice of Oil, Gas and Mining in Greenland provides an overview of the law and practice of resource exploitation in Greenland with comments to the provisions of Greenland’s Mineral Resources Act. It addresses all relevant issues in this dynamic area, such as licensing procedures, permits, exploration and exploitation, health and safety, and environment. Indholdsoversigt Abbreviations Acknowledgments Preface A note on language Indholdsoversigt PART I: OVERVIEW AND BACKGROUND Introduction to the Regulatory Framework Starting Points for the Act Purpose of the Act and Powers Delegated to the Authorities Model licences Joint Operating Agreement (JOA) Introduction to the Danish Unity of the Realm Development Lines Introduction to part II PART II: COMMENTS TO THE MINERAL RESOURCES ACT Chapter 1. General rules Chapter 2. Definitions Chapter 3. Scope Chapter 4. Prospecting Chapter 5. Exploration and exploitation Chapter 6.
Special rules on exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons Chapter 7. Special rules on exploration and exploitation of minerals Chapter 8. Special rules on small-scale exploration and exploitation of minerals Chapter 9. Subsoil licences Chapter 10. Termination of activities under licences Chapter 11. Collection and extraction of minerals without a licence Chapter 12.
Scientific surveys Chapter 13. General rules on environmental protection Chapter 14. Environmental liability and responsibility Chapter 15. Environmental impact assessment (EIA) Chapter 16.
Social sustainability assessment (SSA) and agreements on social sustainability (IBA) Chapter 17. Health and safety on offshore facilities Chapter 18.
Authority consideration, etc. Chapter 18 a. Pre-hearing and hearing Chapter 19.
Other rules Chapter 20.
Sanctions, commencement, etc. Litterature and other sources Appendix 1. HC Letter of Invitation Appendix 2. HCML Appendix 3. MML Appendix 4. Joint Operating Agreement Appendix 5. Example of Activity Approval (Petroleum) Index
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