Energy has been produced offshore since the 1960s. While energy law developments have in common the use of (fixed) installations, each offshore activity is currently based on a dedicated Act. This regulatory situation impedes on (i) facilitating future (cross-border) energy developments and (ii) efficient re-use of installations. It might be more efficient to issue one integrated law, which could focus on the regulation of the offshore installation rather than the type of energy produced.

Highest Level of Education

Master's Degree

Current Job/Study field

Academia / research


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Current employer

Groningen Center of Energy Law and Sustainability - University of Groningen

Area of expertise

Climate policy Energy Law Energy policy Environmental policy Environmental Regulation Gas Hydrogen Oil Power-to-gas/electrolysis


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