The offshore petroleum industry is of critical importance to the global economy. The increasing demand for energy resources and major technological advances had resulted in a significant shift of petroleum operations from land to offshore locations. Customs administrations have a range of responsibilities relating to the offshore petroleum industry and offshore petroleum installations. In fact depending upon a country's legal and administrative framework, offshore petroleum installations may fall under direct control of customs. This paper discusses practical and legal issues of Customs regulation of offshore petroleum installations with a particular focus on Australian law and practise.
|Title of host publication||Role of Customs Regulation in the Economic Security in a Globalized Environment|
|Place of Publication||Baku, Azerbaijan|
|Publisher||Baku State University|
|Number of pages||13|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Event||International Scientific-Practical Conference - Baku, Azerbaijan|
Duration: 27 Jan 2012 → 30 Jan 2012
|Conference||International Scientific-Practical Conference|
|Period||27/01/12 → 30/01/12|
Kashubsky, M. (2012). Customs Regulation of Offshore Oil and Gas Installations: Australian Law and Practice. In Role of Customs Regulation in the Economic Security in a Globalized Environment (pp. 1-13). Baku State University.