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Fisheries in Germany

14-02-2014

The present note was requested by the Committee on Fisheries of the European Parliament for its Delegation to Germany (24-26 Mars 2014). The note provides a review of the main characteristics of the German fisheries sector, covering both the North and Baltic seas. It provides an overview of issues such as the legal and institutional framework, fisheries management, catches, the fishing fleet, fishing industry, trade, employment, the fish market and marine research.

The present note was requested by the Committee on Fisheries of the European Parliament for its Delegation to Germany (24-26 Mars 2014). The note provides a review of the main characteristics of the German fisheries sector, covering both the North and Baltic seas. It provides an overview of issues such as the legal and institutional framework, fisheries management, catches, the fishing fleet, fishing industry, trade, employment, the fish market and marine research.

The Impact of Oil and Gas Drilling Accidents on EU Fisheries

15-01-2014

Accidents occurring offshore in relation to the Oil and Gas (O&G) industry may produce significant damaging effects on the marine environment, and particularly on the fishing and aquaculture industries. The economic cost of the impact that major offshore accidents have on fisheries is most frequently assessed with the Social Cost method, accepted by the current international compensation framework. The cost of the impact of minor incidents is evaluated by the Compensation mechanism, and therefore ...

Accidents occurring offshore in relation to the Oil and Gas (O&G) industry may produce significant damaging effects on the marine environment, and particularly on the fishing and aquaculture industries. The economic cost of the impact that major offshore accidents have on fisheries is most frequently assessed with the Social Cost method, accepted by the current international compensation framework. The cost of the impact of minor incidents is evaluated by the Compensation mechanism, and therefore known by the value of settled claims. Recently approved European legislation aims to maximize safety conditions in all stages of the offshore O&G industry, minimizing the number of incidents and alleviating harmful impacts to the environment.

Summary of the Implementation of EU Regulation 1967/2006

15-11-2013

The basic regulation for the fishing activity in the Mediterranean Sea is Council Regulation (EC) No 1967/2006 of 21 December 2006. It has provisions about Management Plans and Fishing Protected Areas. This Note reflects the situation in those two issues after 7 years of application.

The basic regulation for the fishing activity in the Mediterranean Sea is Council Regulation (EC) No 1967/2006 of 21 December 2006. It has provisions about Management Plans and Fishing Protected Areas. This Note reflects the situation in those two issues after 7 years of application.

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