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Offshore energy and the Belgian legal framework: all at sea?

Offshore energy and the Belgian legal framework: all at sea?

Offshore energy and the Belgian legal framework: all at sea?

08.05.2015 BE law

This contribution analyses and evaluates the Belgian legal framework with regard to offshore energy production, offshore energy storage, and offshore grid development.

Therefore, it also includes a description of the relevant international and European legislation. Considering the fact that Belgium has no offshore oil or gas supplies, the focus of this contribution will be on renewable energy.

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