The History of the International Energy Agency - The First 20 Years

Origins and Structure Volume 1

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Volume I of this History surveys at some length the institutional origins of the International Energy Agency in the 1973-1974 oil crisis, and examines the 1974 I.E.P. Agreement and other oil consumer actions which established the Agency as an operational  intergovernmental institution. Volume I also considers the most important IEA relationships, the internal structure of the Agency, and the institutional arrangements which enabled the Agency to develop over the years into an effective instrument for energy policy co-operation among its Members.



The I.E.P. Agreement of 1974

International Energy Agency

Legal Status of the I.E.P. Agreement in International Law; Legal Effect of the I.E.P. Agreement in the National Law of Members; IEA Participating Countries, States, Signatory States and Governments; Provisional Application; Consents to Be Bound; Absence of Reservations; Acceptance of Declarations; Entry into Force; Accession; Right of Accession of the European Communities (European Union); Application to Territories; Amendments; Disputes; Interpretation; General Review of the I.E.P; Depositary; I.E.P. Agreement Languages; Withdrawal; Duration..


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