Davis, Jerome Cluster Member
Professor, Dalhousie University
- Oil industry and its significance for Canada
- New forms of offshore project management
Jerome Davis holds the Canada Research Chair in Oil and Natural Gas Policy at the Dalhousie Arts and Social Sciences Faculty. His current projects and areas of research focus on: a Canadian Foundation for Innovation financed study on the nature of change within the oil industry and its short and long range significance for Canada; studying newer forms of offshore project management (such as the British CRINE and the Norwegian NORSOK) and the implications these forms pose for offshore contractors and for national regulatory authorities; as well as studying the problems of regulatory coordination in the Danish context (Denmark and Greenland, Denmark and the Faeroe Islands) and will be engaged in investigating similar problems occurring in Canada (the Atlantic Accords).