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This book explores local content policies and their role in natural resource management within the realm of energy justice. Based on several country case studies it discusses the role of regional integration for such policies in Sub-Saharan Africa. Energy justice has been widely applied across different aspects of development, but here the principles of justice are specifically integrated with the management and implementation of oil and gas projects. Such an analysis offers novel means of implementing policies in local regions, moving away from a one-size fits all approach that leads to the ineffective transplantation of policies from developed economies to developing Sub-Saharan economies.

The book argues that with a regional approach, Sub-Saharan Africa can leverage natural resources, industrial parks, supplier clusters, regional financing mechanisms and regional training facilities which would drive down the costs of production, increase efficiency and integrate the local Sub-Saharan population into the oil and gas industry. This would result in the benefits as well as the environmental concerns and responsibilities intrinsic to these industries, being spread more equally amongst local and none local stakeholders.

 This book will be a valuable resource for scholars and students as well as policy makers and practitioners in the areas of extractive industry-related disciplines energy governance, and economic development in Africa.



Rukonge Sospeter Muhongo is a visiting lecturer at the University of Eduardo Mondlane in Mozambique, and a local content consultant. He holds a PhD in Oil Gas Law from the University of Dundee, an LLM in Oil and Gas Law and Policy from the University of Dundee, UK and an LLB and BA Degree both from University of Pretoria, South Africa.



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Rukonge Sospeter Muhongo is a visiting lecturer at the University of Eduardo Mondlane in Mozambique, and a local content consultant. He holds a PhD in Oil Gas Law from the University of Dundee, an LLM in Oil and Gas Law and Policy from the University of Dundee, UK and an LLB and BA Degree both from University of Pretoria, South Africa.



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This book explores local content policies and their role in natural resource management within the realm of energy justice. Based on several country case studies it discusses the role of regional integration for such policies in Sub-Saharan Africa. Energy justice has been widely applied across different aspects of development, but here the principles of justice are specifically integrated with the management and implementation of oil and gas projects. Such an analysis offers novel means of implementing policies in local regions, moving away from a one-size fits all approach that leads to the ineffective transplantation of policies from developed economies to developing Sub-Saharan economies.

The book argues that with a regional approach, Sub-Saharan Africa can leverage natural resources, industrial parks, supplier clusters, regional financing mechanisms and regional training facilities which would drive down the costs of production, increase efficiency and integrate the local Sub-Saharan population into the oil and gas industry. This would result in the benefits as well as the environmental concerns and responsibilities intrinsic to these industries, being spread more equally amongst local and none local stakeholders.

This book will be a valuable resource for scholars and students as well as policy makers and practitioners in the areas of extractive industry-related disciplines energy governance, and economic development in Africa.


Rukonge Sospeter Muhongo is a visiting lecturer at the University of Eduardo Mondlane in Mozambique, and a local content consultant. He holds a PhD in Oil Gas Law from the University of Dundee, an LLM in Oil and Gas Law and Policy from the University of Dundee, UK and an LLB and BA Degree both from University of Pretoria, South Africa.



Contenu
Chapter 1. Local Content an Introduction.- Chapter 2. The different Aspect of Local Content.- Chapter 3. Local Content and the Energy Justice Framework.- Chapter 4. In-Depth Synopsis of Local Content Literature.- Chapter 5. Country Case Studies.- chapter 6. Creating a Regional Content Policy.- Chapter 7. Regional Content Policy Implications.- Chapter 8. Regional Content and Beyond

Informations sur le produit

Titre: Energy Justice
Sous-titre: A Local Content Analytical Framework for Sub-Saharan Africa
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Code EAN: 9783030613389
Protection contre la copie numérique: Adobe DRM
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Autres
nombre de pages: 244
Parution: 02.11.2020
Taille de fichier: 2.6 MB