Nuclear Power Plant Development covers the intricacies of developing a nuclear power plant project from a construction and legal standpoint. It deals with structuring, drafting, and negotiating a wide range of standard and specialised contracts relating to the development of nuclear power-generation projects and also covers the other forms of power-generating facilities. It covers the forms of contract, the law involved internationally, and potential areas of pitfalls and how to avoid them in a systematic format covering various forms of projects. It is suitable for solicitors and barristers involved in the contracting for such facilities and the handling of litigation related to them, government officials involved in the commissioning and development of nuclear facilities for regional governments, and engineers and contractors involved in the actual work of design and contract administration and dispute resolution.

chapter Chapter 1|9 pages

The Underlying Basics

Nuclear Energy and Reactors

chapter Chapter 2|36 pages

Nuclear Energy Engineering and Contracts Overview

chapter Chapter 3|48 pages

NPP Contract Issues at Inception, Standard Form Contract Provisions

Regarding NPP Risk, Delay and Potential for Disruption

chapter Chapter 4|104 pages

Bespoke NPP Agreement Terms and Conditions

chapter Chapter 5|32 pages

Delay – An Overview

chapter Chapter 6|55 pages

Delay Analysis Tools

chapter Chapter 7|23 pages

Construction Delay Analysis

chapter Chapter 8|17 pages

Forensic Schedule Analysis and Discretionary Logic

chapter Chapter 9|27 pages

Distortion of Delay Analysis

chapter Chapter 10|19 pages

Unforeseen Ground Conditions

chapter Chapter 11|27 pages

Claims for Extensions of Time

chapter Chapter 12|9 pages

Constructive Acceleration

chapter Chapter 13|28 pages

Notice Requirements

chapter Chapter 14|35 pages

Legal Systems

chapter Chapter 15|31 pages

Dispute Resolution Methods