Law and Policy in Petroleum Development

In This Review

Law and Policy in Petroleum Development

By Kamal Hossain
Nichols, 1979
284 pp. $32.50

To find and produce oil, developing countries usually need the help of foreign companies. To suggest what legal and organizational arrangements will both encourage exploration and give the government the largest possible return is the purpose of this study by a former Cabinet Minister of Bangladesh who is now at Oxford. His work, supported by the Commonwealth Secretariat, draws on the experience of ten quite diverse countries.

More Reviews on Economic, Social, and Environmental From This Issue

Browse All Capsule Reviews

Related Articles

This site uses cookies to improve your user experience. Click here to learn more.