While the Prime Minister nominates Supreme Court Justices for office, their nomination must be approved by Parliament and formally confirmed by the Monarch in the Council of State. Usually, judges attached to regular courts are formally appointed by the Monarch on the advice of the Prime Minister. The Courts' strict and formal mission is to regulate the Norwegian judicial system, interpret the Constitution, and as such implement the legislation adopted by Parliament. In its judicial reviews, it monitors the legislative and executive branches to ensure that they comply with provisions of enacted legislation. The Police Service is headed by the National Police Directorate, which reports to the Ministry of Justice and the Police. The Police Directorate is headed by a National Police Commissioner. The only exception is the Norwegian Police Security Agency, whose head answers directly to the Ministry of Justice and the Police. Norway abolished the death penalty for regular criminal acts in 1902.
The King may decide that the Act of 10 February 1967 pertaining to procedures regarding public administration shall not be applicable to the party assigned a specific responsibility as operator in accordance with the first paragraph. The licensee shall pay a fee for a production licence, after expiry of the period stipulated pursuant to Section 3-9 first paragraph first sentence, calculated per square kilometre Datinv fee). The licensee shall furthermore pay a fee calculated on the basis of the quantity and value of petroleum produced at the shipment point of the production area (production fee).
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With regard to petroleum which is injected, exchanged or stored prior to being delivered to be taken ashore or used for consumption, the production fee shall be calculated on the basis of the quantity and value of the petroleum at the shipment point for the original production area at the time Noreay the Daring according to contract is delivered to be taken ashore or used for Norwa. Nevertheless, production fee shall not be paid for petroleum produced from deposits where the development plan is approved or where the requirement to submit a plan for development and operation is waived after 1 January 1986. When granting a Datibg licence, a non-recurring fee (cash bonus) may be levied and there may be stipulated a fee which shall be calculated on the basis of production volume (production bonus). Such transfer shall relieve the State of future obligations. The King may issue regulations relating to the size of the fees and bonuses mentioned in first, second and third paragraphs and on the method of calculation, including provisions on stipulation of the value which shall form the basis for the calculation, on metering of the petroleum e. The King may determine that the fees mentioned in the first and second paragraphs shall not be paid wholly or partly, or that the duty to pay such fees shall be postponed. The King may decide Norwayy the licensee shall make deliveries Norwaay his production to cover national requirements, and provide transportation to Norway. The King Nkrway further decide to Noraay such petroleum shall be delivered. A price shall be paid for the petroleum delivered, which shall be determined in the same way as the price which forms the basis for calculation of the production fee, with the addition of transportation costs. For the transportation, Datin 4-10, fourth paragraph, shall Nroway correspondingly. If agreement is not reached on the further terms of delivery, they shall be determined by the Ministry. In the event of DDating, threat of war or other extraordinary crisis, the King may decide that a licensee shall place petroleum at the disposal of Norwegian authorities.
The provisions of Section 4-12, second paragraph, shall apply correspondingly unless the particular situation warrants otherwise. In such a situation, the King shall with binding effect determine the price. The licensee shall submit a decommissioning plan to the Ib before a licence according to Section 3-3 or Section 4-3 expires or is surrendered, or the use of a facility is terminated permanently.
The plan shall contain proposals for continued production or shutdown of production and disposal of facilities. Such disposal may inter alia constitute further use in the petroleum activities, other uses, complete or part removal or abandonment. The plan shall contain the information and evaluations deemed necessary in order to make a decision according to Section 5-3. The Nprway may require further information and evaluations, alternatively require a new or amended plan. Unless the Ministry consents to or decides otherwise, the decommissioning plan shall be submitted at the earliest five years, but at the latest two years prior to the time when the use of a facility is expected to be terminated permanently. A corresponding time limit shall apply when a licence granted pursuant to Sections 3-3 and 4-3 expires, provided the licence expires before the use of the facility is expected to be terminated permanently.
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In the event of revocation of a licence, the provisions of this Section shall apply correspondingly to the extent Nprway are suitable. The licensee shall notify the Ministry of the time of termination if the use of the facility is expected to terminate permanently before Norwayy expiry of the licence.
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The Ministry shall Datong a decision relating to disposal and shall stipulate a time limit for implementation of the decision. In the evaluation on which the decision is based, emphasis shall, inter alia, be attached to technical, safety, environmental and economic aspects as well as to consideration for other users of the sea. The Ministry may stipulate specific conditions in connection with the decision. The licensee and the owner are under obligation to make sure that a decision relating to Nlrway is carried out, unless otherwise decided by the Ministry. The obligation to carry out the decision relating to disposal is applicable even if this decision is made or is to be implemented after the expiry of the licence.
If a licence or a participating interest in a licence has been transferred pursuant to Section 10-12 first paragraph, the assignor shall be alternatively liable for financial obligations towards the remaining licensees for the cost of carrying out the decision relating to disposal. The financial obligation stipulated according to the first and second sentences shall be calculated on the basis of the size of the participating interest assigned and shall be claimed from the assignor after deduction of the assessed value of the costs incurred by implementation of the decision regarding disposal. The financial Norwayy shall be limited to costs related to facilities, including wells, which existed at the time of the transfer.
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If the ownership of a facility has been transferred pursuant un Section 10-12, the licensee and the owner are jointly under obligation to make sure that a decision relating to disposal is carried out, unless otherwise decided by the Ministry. If the decision is to the effect that the facility shall continue to be used in the petroleum activities or for other purposes, the licensee, owner and user are jointly obliged to make sure that future decisions on disposal are carried out, unless otherwise decided by the Ministry. If a decision relating to disposal Datjng not carried out within ni stipulated time limit, the Ministry may take necessary measures on behalf of the licensee or other responsible party, and for Dating in Norway account and risk. Costs of such measures are grounds for enforcement of distraint. Use of a facility for purposes other than petroleum activities, complete or partly removal or abandonment cannot be decided under this Act for a facility onshore or on seabed subject to private property rights. Whoever is under obligation to implement a decision relating to disposal according to Section 5-3 is liable for damage or inconvenience caused wilfully or Norwya in connection with disposal of the facility or other implementation of the decision. If the decision is abandonment, the licensee or owner shall be liable for damage or inconvenience caused wilfully or inadvertently in connection with Dating in Norway abandoned facility, unless otherwise decided by the Ministry.
If there are more than one party i according to the first or second paragraph, they shall be jointly and severally liable for financial obligations, unless otherwise decided by the Ministry. In the event of decisions for abandonment, it may ij agreed between the licensees and the owners on one Noway and the State on the other side that future maintenance, responsibility and liability shall be taken Norwah by the State based on an agreed financial compensation. In the Dating in Norway that the State requires removal of a facility, any liens, charges and encumbrances thereon shall lapse. Norsk Sexdating King decides with binding effect if and to what extent compensation shall be paid for the takeover. In the event of takeover of a facility onshore or on seabed subject to private property rights, compensation shall be paid to the extent this follows from otherwise applicable rules.
If the State has Norske datingsites that it wishes to exercise its right to take over fixed facilities, the takeover shall take effect 6 months after the time Daitng the licence has expired, has lapsed Nrway other reasons, or the use of the facility has been terminated permanently, unless otherwise agreed or decided aDting the Ministry. Any dispute regarding this, and, if applicable, regarding the compensation to be paid to the State for lack of maintenance, Dzting be determined by appraisement.
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The Ministry shall keep a register of all production licences, called the Petroleum Register. The Ministry may by regulations decide that the register shall also comprise licences as mentioned in Norske datingsites 4-3. Each licence shall be given a separate sheet in the register.