Shipment of Oil in UK Law

  • The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992
    • Nbr. 56-2, March 1993
    • The Modern Law Review
    ......, and (iii) the goods are lost.8 Under standard international sales contracts the buyer bears risk of loss from the time of shipment, but although he may have transferred to him a document of title representing the goods and, as a result, have constructive ......
  • A Polar Mediterranean? Accessibility, Resources and Sovereignty in the Arctic Ocean
    • Nbr. 1-3, October 2010
    • Global Policy
    The Arctic Ocean has been described as undergoing a fundamental ‘state change’– with particular reference to the loss of sea ice. Recent events suggest that the five coastal states (Canada, Denmark...
    ......Russia’s oil shipping operations in the Arctic are noteworthy, and Arctic ports and terminals such as Murmansk and Vitino facilitate the shipment of oil and other related products. Supported by the world’s largest icebreaker fleet of 28 ves- sels, oil-related traffic transits the Barents ......
  • Margin to mainstream, periphery to center
    • Nbr. 3-3, September 2018
    • Asian Journal of Comparative Politics
    Once one of the most remote and forgotten regions in the world, the rugged upland of Myanmar, between China and India, is moving from periphery to center. Both resource rich and strategically criti...
    ......12. The shipment of oil and gas needs to go through the Malacca Straits, which is largely controlled by the US and US allies. 266 Asian Journal of Comparative ......
  • The Case for Decoupled Armed Interventions
    • Nbr. 3-1, February 2012
    • Global Policy
    This article suggests that if the humanitarian goals of armed interventions are decoupled from coerced regime change and nation building, they can be carried out effectively and at rather low costs...
    ......As President Obama pointed out, if US vital inter- ests are directly affected—say, a foreign power is blocking the shipment of oil through the Strait of Hor- muz—the US will act, based on interest considerations and not necessarily what other nations consider the right ......
  • Pearl Harbor: Deterrence Theory and Decision Theory
    • Nbr. 4-2, June 1967
    • Journal of Peace Research
    According to most analyses, Japan's decision to attack the United States at Pearl Harbor in 1941 can only be explained as an act of irrationality, given the difference in relative power of the two ...
    ......Following the freeze on Japanese assets in the United States of July 1941, and the consequent cessation of shipment of oil, scrap-iron, and other goods from the United States, Japan’s economy was in most severe straits and her power to wage war ......
  • Suez Crisis Frustrates C.I.F. Contract
    • Nbr. 22-1, January 1959
    • The Modern Law Review
    Carapanayoti & Co., LTD. V. E. T. Green, LTD.,1 concerns a c.i.f. contract affected by the blocking of the Suez Canal in November, 1956. In September of that year, the plaintiffs bought from the de...
    ......, the plaintiffs bought from the defendants 100 tons of Sudanese semi-decorticated expeller cotton seed cake for shipment from Port Sudan in October or November to Belfast, and the defendants made a covering purchase from Sudan Oil Mills, ......
  • International trade‐based money laundering: the Malaysian perspective
    • Nbr. 10-4, October 2007
    • Journal of Money Laundering Control
    • 429-437
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to highlight the dangers posed by money‐laundering activities undertaken by criminals through the international trade mechanism, from the Malaysian perspective...
    ...... of laundering moneyvia international trade involve over- and under-invoicing of goods, multiple invoicing of goods, over-and under-shipment of goods, falsely described goods and complex trade approaches; and second, theunfortunate state of affairs pertaining to the lack of ......
  • THE SCOTTISH OIL MANIA OF 1864‐6*
    • Nbr. 12-2, June 1965
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ...... The first shipment of American crude petroleum to Britain was undertaken by a crew, almost shanghaied under the influence of ......
  • The Arab Use of Oil: October 1973—July 1974
    • Nbr. 11-1, March 1976
    • Cooperation and Conflict
    Davis J. The Arab Use of Oil: October 1973-July 1974. Cooperation and Conflict, XI, 1976, 57-67. What happened in the period October 1973-July 1974, with respect to the Arab use of the...
    ...... The embargo against Holland might also be interpreted in this light, although given Rotterdam’s importance as a major transshipment point for northern Europe, other factors may have played a role in the Dutch embargo.31 That it is difficult for a Western ......
  • Hedging Against Oil Dependency: New Perspectives on China’s Energy Security Policy
    • Nbr. 24-1, March 2010
    • International Relations
    Analysts debate if China will address its increasing reliance on overseas oil supplies and associated vulnerabilities through strategic steps that could lead to conflict or through accommodating ma...
    ......88 Additionally, if the US took steps to blockade oil shipments to China in a hypothetical confl ict, for instance over T aiwan, such a blockade would be likely to be undertaken far from China’s shores to ......
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