Prof. Y. Omorogbe


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 Professor. Yinka Omorogbe

 

LL.B (Ife), LL.M (L.S.E.), MCIAarb, (UK) B.L. Dean

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS/ MONOGRAPHS

1. Y. Omorogbe The Oil And Gas Industry: Exploration And Production Contracts. Malthouse Press 1997, 1st Reprint, Florence and Lambard ,2008.

2. Y. Omorogbe (Ed) International Law And Development: Strategies At The Threshold Of The 21st Century. Nigerian Society Of International Law, 1998

3. Y. Omorogbe Oil And Gas Law, In Nigeria Malthouse Press, 2000

4. Y.Omorogbe, Nigeria: Energy Law, Encyclopedia Of Laws, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, Netherlands. 2003.

5. Donald Zillman, Lila-Barrera-Hernandez, Yinka Omorogbe, Catherine Redgewell. (Eds.) Moving Beyond The Carbon Economy: Energy  Law In Transition, Oxford University Press, 2008.

6. Y. Omorogbe Why We Have No Energy, 2008 University Lecture, University Of Ibadan Press, June 2008.

ARTICLES IN LEARNED JOURNALS:

7. Y. Omorogbe, “IMF And World Bank Loans: Conditionality, Structural Adjustment & Third World Problems” 1984 Nigerian Current Law Review, 130 – 140.

8. Y. Omorogbe, “An Appraisal Of Nigerian Natural Gas Legislation”, Oil & Gas Law & Taxation Review (Oxford, England), Vol. 4 Issue 2 1985 At 51 – 53 (Jnl. Size: 11½ X 8”).
 

9. Y. Omorogbe, “Contractual Forms In The Oil Industry: The Nigerian Experience With Production-Sharing Contracts”, Vol.20, Journal Of World Trade Law, (London), 342 – 349.

 

10. Y. Omorogbe “Functionalism In The UPU and ITU” Issue 1, Vol. 27, 1987.Indian Journal Of International Law, (Delhi, India)

 

11. Y. Omorogbe, “The Legal Framework For The Production Of Petroleum In Nigeria” Vol. 5  No. 4. Journal Of Energy & Natural Resources Law (JERL) (London, England)1987, 273 – 291.

 

12. Y. Omorogbe, “The Question Of The Ownership Of Natural Gas In Nigeria (1988/89) 3. Oil & Gas Law And Taxation Review, Oxford England. 75 – 80 (Jnl. Size: 11½ X 8”).

 

13. Y. Omorogbe, “Women In The Family In Nigeria” Proceed. Afric. 1989, 192 – 202.

 

14. Y. Omorogbe “The Prevailing Situation In World Oil Industry. It’s Effect On Production Contracts & Developing Country Economies”, 1989/90, 2 Oil & Gas Law And Taxation Review. 40 – 44 (Jnl Size: 11½ X 8).

 

15 Y. Omorogbe “The Legal Framework And Policy For Technology Development In Nigeria” Vol. 3 Pt. 2, 3 Radic (1991) 156 – 171. 

 

16. Y. Omorogbe “The Growth Of Environmental Laws In Developing Countries: Problems & Prospects” The Environmental & Fundamental Rights, Transactions The XIIth International Congress On Social Defence, 8 – 12 October 1991 Paris, France.

 

17. Y. Omorogbe “The Legal Framework For Economic Integration In The ECOWAS Region: An Analysis Of The Trade Liberalisation Scheme” Vol. 5 Pt. 2. African Journal Of International & Comparative Law, (RADIC).

 

18. Y. Omorogbe “Economic Integration And African National Development” ASICL Proc. 7 London, England (1995) 279 – 292.

 

19. Y. Omorogbe “Law And Investor Protection In The Nigerian Natural Gas Industry” Vol. 14 No. 2. Journal Of Energy And Natural Resources Law (Jerl) London, England. 179 – 192.

 

20. Y. Omorogbe “Petroleum Subsidies And The Petroleum Trust Fund: The Nigerian Alternative” Vol. 13, Issue 6, Oil And Gas Law And Taxation Review (Oxford, England) 203 – 207 (Jnl Size: 11½ X 8”).

 

21. Y. Omorogbe “Investment Guarantees And Incentives In The Natural Gas Industry” Vol. 2. No. 3, Modern Practice Journal Of Finance And Investment Law.

 

22. Y. Omorogbe, “Fundamental Issues Relating To The Development Of Marginal Fields In Nigeria” Vol. 3 No. 4 1999 Modern Practice Journal Of Finance And Investment Law.

 

23. Y. Omorogbe “Expanding Horizons Of International Humanitarian Law,” Vol. 1 No. 1. African Journal Of Peace And Conflict Studies, June 2003, 45 - 60

 

24. Y. Omorogbe “Rights Of The Citizens Of The Nigerian Niger Delta,” Vol.1 No.1, Journal Of Jurisprudence And International Law, Rivers State University Of Science And Technology, 1..

 

25. Y. Omorogbe, “A Status Report On Climate Change Control And The Kyoto Protocol In Nigeria,” International Energy Law And Taxation Review, Sweet And Maxwell, London, Issue 2, 2007, 43- 47 (Jnl Size: 11½ X 8”). 

 

 

CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS:

 

26. Christos Theodoropolos, Yinka Ighodaro “The Use Of Arbitration As a Means Of Settlement Of Oil Industry Disputes,” National Workshop On Petroleum Law At The Institute Of Advanced Legal Studies, Lagos From 29th May – 2nd June 1984, Bound In Proceedings Of The National Workshop On Petroleum Law.

 

 

27. Y. Omorogbe, “The Regulation Of International Community Trade” I.O. Agbede, A. Uchegbu & K.A. Dinakin (Eds) The Law & Practice Of International Trade, Department Of Jurisprudence & International Law, University Of Lagos Press 1992, 27 – 35.

 

28. Y. Omorogbe “The Legal Framework For Petroleum Production & Development In Nigeria! In C.O. Okonkwo (Ed) Contemporary Issues In Nigeria Law: Essays In Honour Of Judge Bola Ajibola, 185 At. 204.

 

29. Y. Omorogbe “Perspectives On Rural & Urban Women” In A.O. Obilade (Ed) Women In Law, Southern University Law Centre & Faculty Of Law/University Of Lagos, 1993, 82 – 97.

 

30. Y. Omorogbe “Regulation Of Oil Industry Pollution In Nigeria” In E. Azinge (Ed) New Frontiers In Law, Oliz Publishers, Benin City 1993, 147 – 168.

 

31. Y. Omorogbe “Balancing Interests: Military Necessity v. International Humanitarian Law” I.O. Agbede, Y. Omorogbe, K.A. Dinakin (Eds) International Humanitarian Law Department Of Jurisprudence And International Law, University Of Lagos (In Press)

 

32. Y. Omorogbe “Indigenous Oil Companies And The Nigerian Petroleum Industry” In A.O Obilade (Ed) A Blueprint For Nigerian Law, Faculty Of Law, University Of Lagos, 1995, 112 – 128.

 

33. I.O. Agbede/Yinka Omorogbe “Armed Conflicts In Africa: The Role And Importance Of International Humanitarian Law Today” A.O. Ajala – I.E. Sagay (Eds) Implementation Of International Humanitarian Law In Nigeria, 1997 International Committee Of The Red Cross, 73 – 98.
 

34. Y. Omorogbe “African Economic Integration: A Progress Report On The AEC” In Y. Omorogbe (Ed) International Law And Development: Strategies At The Threshold Of The 21st Century 1998, Nigerian Society Of International Law 91 – 106.
 

35. Y. Omorogbe “The Kyoto Protocol And The International Energy Industry: The Implementation Of The Kyoto Protocol In Nigeria”, In Peter Cameron, Donald Zillman (Eds). Kyoto: From Principles To Practice, Oxford University Press 2000.
 

36. Y. Omorogbe “Gender Perspectives And The Peace, Security And Development, Question,” In C.A. Ogan (Ed.). The Challenge Of Peace, Security And Development In The Twenty-First Century, 2002, Nigerian Society Of International Law, 2002

  

37. Y. Omorogbe “The Legal Framework For Participation In Decision Making On Mining And Energy Development In Nigeria: Giving Voices To The Voiceless” In Donald Zillman, Alastair Lucas, George (Rock) Pring (Eds) Human Rights In Natural Resource Development, Public Participation In The Sustainable Development Of Mining And Energy Resources, Oxford University Press 2002, 549.

 

38. Y. Omorogbe “The Military And International Humanitarian Law” In D.R.A. Ndefo (Ed) The Nigerian Military And Parading Shift In Global Politics And Economics. Proceedings Of The Training Conference Of 2 Division, Nigerian Army, Ibadan, 20 – 22 November 2002.

39. Y. Omorogbe “Regional And National Frameworks For Energy Security In Africa” In Barry Barton, Catherine Redgewell, Anita Ronne, Donald N. Zillman, (Eds) Energy Security: Managing Risk In A Dynamic Legal And Regulatory Environment, Oxford University Press, 2004.

40. Y. Omorogbe “Alternative Regulation And Governance Reform In Resource-Rich Countries In Africa, Barry Barton, Alastair Lucas, Lila Barrera- Hernandez, Anita Ronne (Eds,) Regulating Energy And Natural Resources, Oxford University Press, 2006, 39 -64.

 

41. Y. Omorogbe “Promoting Sustainable Energy Through The Use Of Renewable Energy: The Role Of The Law”, Donald Zillman, Lila-Barrera-Hernandez, Yinka Omorogbe, Catherine Redgwell, Moving Beyond The Carbon Economy: Energy Law In Transition, Oxford University Press, 2008, 39.

42. Donald N. Zillman, Catherine Redgwell, Yinka Omorogbe, Lila Barrera Hernandez, Barry Barton “Introduction,” Donald Zillman, Lila-Barrera-Hernandez, Yinka Omorogbe, Catherine Redgwell, (Eds,) Moving Beyond The Carbon Economy: Energy Law In Transition, Oxford University Press, 2008, 1.

43. Donald N. Zillman, Catherine Redgwell, Yinka Omorogbe, Lila Barrera Hernandez, Barry Barton “Overview And Conclusions,” Donald Zillman, Lila-Barrera-Hernandez, Yinka Omorogbe, Catherine Redgwell, (Eds.) Moving Beyond The Carbon Economy: Energy Law In Transition, Oxford University Press, 2008, 543