A broad framework for the exploration of South China Sea hydrocarbon deposits in the context of the Trans-ASEAN gas pipeline

Flynn, C. (2004) A broad framework for the exploration of South China Sea hydrocarbon deposits in the context of the Trans-ASEAN gas pipeline. Melbourne Journal of International Law, 5 1: 66-107.


Author Flynn, C.
Title A broad framework for the exploration of South China Sea hydrocarbon deposits in the context of the Trans-ASEAN gas pipeline
Journal name Melbourne Journal of International Law
ISSN 1444-8602
Publication date 2004-06
Volume 5
Issue 1
Start page 66
End page 107
Total pages 42
Editor Anthony Goh
Michael Jukes
Mehnaz Yoosuf
Place of publication Victoria
Publisher University of Melbourne
Collection year 2004
Language eng
Subject C1
390111 International Law
750599 Justice and the law not elsewhere classified
Abstract Proposals to interconnect the existing gas infrastructure of ASEAN states by a Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline carry potential for increased economic development, efficiency and improved energy security in South East Asia - plans to expand the Trans-ASEAN Gas Pipeline to remote hydrocarbon deposits in the South China Sea is subject to contradicting claims of sovereignty by several nations - recent developments in the relationship between ASEAN and China indicate that an interim arrangement is possible, holding great potential to be economically, socially and politically beneficial to the entire region.
Q-Index Code C1

 
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