Marees noires

Economic Stakes

by Olivier Thébaud (writer), José Perez Agundez (writer), Pierre Cariou (writer), Julien Hay (writer)
Collection: Hors Collection
march 2008
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The Erika and Prestige oil spills rekindled the debate about how the international liability compensation regime works for damage caused by oil pollution and on the role that it could play in preventing them. This publication presents the main outputs of a research project devoted to these two issues. It examines the difficulties in compensating damage from spills, through an analysis of major disasters which have occurred in Europe in the past thirty years. It shows the special way the international compensation system attributes the social cost of oil spills to the responsibility of the various stakeholders involved in shipping of oil and examines how it could act as a tool for prevention. Finally, the work highlights the numerous interactions between countries in terms of pollution risk management and looks at their consequences on the current form of the international regime and its effectiveness in preventing pollution. It will interest both French and foreign research scientists and anyone concerned by accidental marine pollution.



1. Les pollutions accidentelles par hydrocarbures en mer : fréquence, ampleur, et déterminants
1.1 Fréquence et caractéristiques des déversements d'hydrocarbures en milieu marin
1.2 Analyse des facteurs de risque
2. Régime d’indemnisation et répartition globale du coût des dommages
2.1 Un régime international
2.2 Analyse de la répartition globale du coût des indemnisations payées
3. Analyse du processus d’évaluation et d’indemnisation du coût des dommages.
3.1 Le coût de sept grandes marées noires en Europe
3.2 Analyse du processus d’évaluation et d’indemnisation
3.3 Analyse de la répartition finale du coût d’une marée noire : le cas de l’Amoco Cadiz
4. Les régimes de responsabilité comme instruments de prévention des pollutions : éléments d’analyse économique
4.1 L’analyse économique des règles de responsabilité
4.2 L'exemple de l'Oil Pollution Act (Etats-Unis)
4.3 L’impact de la responsabilité financière partagée dans le cadre du régime CLC/Fipol sur le niveau de prévention des marées noires .
4.4 Le contrôle du risque des navires par les assureurs maritimes.
4.5 La prise en compte de la dimension internationale du système CLC/Fipol dans la discussion de son efficacité préventive
5. Conclusion

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Language(s): French

Publisher: Éditions Quae

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Hors Collection

Published: 19 march 2008

Reference Book: 02039

Reference eBook [ePub]: 02039EPB

Reference eBook [PDF]: 02039NUM

EAN13 Book: 9782759200733

EAN13 eBook [ePub]: 9782759209552

EAN13 eBook [PDF]: 9782759202775

Interior: Two-colour

Format (in mm) Book: [NR]

Pages count Book: 136

Pages count eBook [PDF]: 136

Weight (in grammes): 260 (Book)

Size: 2,2 Mo (ePub), 5 Mo (PDF)