Government & Regulatory Engagement
The EnerGeo Alliance supports and fosters science- and risk-based regulations consistent with existing practices that are proven to be environmentally responsible, effective and operationally feasible.
As the cornerstone of the energy and petroleum and natural gas industries, the EnerGeo Alliance works vigorously towards fair and objective industry practices regulatory measures in effort to help balance the world’s increasing demand for energy with global environmental goals. As the global trade association representing all segments of the energy geoscience industry, the EnerGeo Alliance represents member companies that are essential to discovering and delivering the world’s energy resources.
Policy and Regulation
The EnerGeo Alliance Member Resources include documents and helpful resources developed for EnerGeo Alliance members for engagement on policy and regulatory issues. These resources are just one of the benefits provided from membership to the association and are intended to assist in enhancing and maintaining freedom to operate for the energy geoscience industry.
Click here for access to EnerGeo Alliance’s monthly regulatory monitoring reports, regulatory and permitting resources, mitigation guidelines, and related public advocacy materials and fact sheets.
Country- Specific Energy Geoscience Authorization Resources
The EnerGeo Alliance provides for its members a non-exhaustive permitting and authorizations reference for energy geoscience companies when reviewing legal and regulatory structures for specific considerations in obtaining authorization and carrying out exploration activities.
Click here for access to EnerGeo Alliance’s country-specific energy geoscience authorization resources.
Global Treaty Organizations and Conventions
As part of the EnerGeo Alliance Strategic Plan, we continue to expand our global presence in order to maintain and enhance our members’ freedom to operate, the EnerGeo Alliance works with and participates in appropriate treaty organizations. Because multiple nations participate in treaty organizations which provide a forum for engagement, our participation provides greater efficiency and effectiveness. Regulations and policies implemented by treaty often become legally-binding amongst member nations. Treaty organizations have come to play a very significant role in international political systems and global governance. As such, the EnerGeo Alliance continues to work through these organizations to ensure only science-based measures are implemented for the regulation of the energy geoscience industry.
The OSPAR Convention is one of four Regional Seas Conventions (RSCs) within Europe. OSPAR stands for the ‘Oslo and Paris’ Commissions… READ MORE
The Convention on the Protection of the Marine Environment of the Baltic Sea Area, known as the Helsinki Convention was established in 1974… READ MORE
The Nairobi Convention, first signed in 1985 and entered into force in 1996, is part of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)… READ MORE
Known fully as the Convention for Co-operation in the Protection and Development of the Marine and Coastal Environment… READ MORE
The Barcelona Convention has existed since 1975, when the Mediterranean Action Plan (MAP) was adopted, originally by 16 countries… READ MORE