Energy Law Journal

Law Reviews, Treatises And Journals

Jason Aamodt, Symposium, Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials: Human Health & Regulation, 33 Tulsa L.J. 847 (1998) (citing Aamodt, Comment, Regulating the Standard of Care Owed to the Public During an Emergency at a Nuclear Power Plant, 16 Energy L.J. 181 (1995)). 

Inessa Abayev, Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewater: Making the Case for Treating the Environmentally Condemned, 24 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 275 (2013) (citing Lynn Kerr McKay, Ralph H. Johnson & Laurie Alberts Salita, Science and the Reasonable Development, 32 Energy L.J. 125 (2011)).

Katherine A. Abend, Avoiding Water-Intensive Energy Production: How to Keep the Water Running and the Lights On, 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 11020 (2011) (citing Benjamin K. Sovacool, Running on Empty: The Electricity-Water Nexus and the U.S. Electric Utility Sector,30 Energy L.J. 11 (2009)).

Shirley S. Abrahamson, Susan M. Fieber & Gabrielle Lessard, Judges on Judging: A Bibliography, 24 St. Mary's L.J. 995 (1993) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, Comment, Shedding Light on Dequesne, 12 Energy L.J. 259 (1991)).   

Rosa M. Abrantes-Metz et. al., Revolution in Manipulation Law: The New Cftc Rules and the Urgent Need for Economic and Empirical Analyses, 15 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 357 (2013) (citing Craig Pirrong, Energy Market Manipulation: Definition, Diagnosis, and Deterrence, 31 Energy L.J. 1 (2010)).

Nathaniel K. Adams, Comment, Take-Or-Pay: The D.C. Circuit Forces the FERC's Hand, 23 Land & Water L. Rev. 149 (1988) (citing Shoneman & McConnell, FERC Order 451: Freedom (Almost) for Old Gas, 7 Energy L.J. 299 (1986)).

Alan J. Alexander, The Texas Wind Estate: Wind as a Natural Resource and a Severable Property Interest, 44 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 429 (2011) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

Brent Allen, Consumers Versus Contracts: Morgan Stanley, Maine, and the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine, 1 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 315 (2009) (citing Carmen L. Gentile, The Mobile-Sierra Rule: Its Illustrious Past and Uncertain Future, 21 Energy L.J. 353 (2000)).

198 A.L.R. Fed. 147 (2004), Preemption Issues Under Atomic Energy Act of 1954, secs. 1 et seq., 42 U.S.C.A. §§ 2011, et seq. (citing Seth A. Rice, Note, Consolidated Edison Co. of New York, Inc. v. Pataki, 24 Energy L.J. 107 (2003)).

Louis Altman & Malla Pollack, Callmann on Unfair Compet., TMs, & Monopolies § 4:14, Exemptions from the Antitrust Laws-Electric Energy (2011) (citing Joseph T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, and the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005)).

Am. Jur. 2d Energy and Power Sources § 48, Coal (2011) (citing Leslie R. Dubois, Curiosity and Carbon:  Examining the Future of Carbon Sequestration and the Accompanying Jurisdictional Issues as Outlined in the Indian Energy Title of the 2005 Energy Policy Act, 27 Energy L.J. 603 (2006).

15 Am. Jur. 2d Proof of Facts § 125, Wrongful Termination of Electric Service (2008) (citing John S. Moot, Economic Theories of Regulation and Electricity Restructuring, 25 Energy L.J. 273 (2004)).

27A Am. Jur. 2d Energy and Power Sources § 50, Hydrogen (2008) (citing Russell Moy, Tort Law Considerations for the Hydrogen Economy, 24 Energy L.J. 349 (2003) ).

27A Am. Jur. 2d Energy and Power Sources § 151, Effect of Contrary Contract Provision (2008) (citing Ren Orans, C.K. Woo & William Clayton, Benchmarking the Price Reasonableness of the Long-Term Electricity Contract, 25 Energy L.J. 357 (2004)).

27A Am. Jur. 2d Energy and Power Sources § 53, Wind Energy (2008) (citing Darrell Blakeway & Carol Brotman White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393 (2005)).

27A Am. Jur. 2d Energy and Power Sources § 146, Public Utility Regulatory Policy Act (2008) (citing Michael D. Hornstein & J.S. Gebhart Stoermer, The Energy Policy Act of 2005: PURPA Reform, the Amendments and their Implications, 27 Energy L.J. 25 (2006)).

27A Am. Jur. 2d Energy and Power Sources § 165, Right of Eminent Domain or to Acquire Property (2008) (citing Jim Behnke & Harold Dondis, The Sage Approach to Immediate Entry by Private Entities Exercising Federal Eminent Domain Authority Under the Natural Gas Act and the Federal Power Act, 27 Energy L.J. 499 (2006)).

27A Am. Jur. 2d Energy and Power Sources § 50, Hydrogen (2008) (citing Peter M. Crofton, Emerging Issues Relating to the Burgeoning Hydrogen Economy, 27 Energy L.J. 39 (2006)).

24 Am. Jur. 2d Proof of Facts § 71, Proper Purpose for Shareholder's Inspection of Corporate Books and Records (2008) (citing Jonathan D. Schneider, The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Fall of Enron, 25 Energy L.J. 441 (2004)).

15 Am. Jur. 2d Proof of Facts § 125, Wrongful Termination of Electric Service (2008) (citing Jonathan D. Schneider, The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Fall of Enron, 25 Energy L.J. 441 (2004).

19 Am. Jur. 2d Proof of Facts § 75, Dam Failure as Result of Negligent Design or Maintenance (2008) (citing Jeremy Ward, Note, If It’s Worth a Dam, It’s “Navigable Waters”: A Proposed Revision of Section 3(8) of the FPA Derived from Decisions Followed in FPL Energy Maine Hydro LLC v. FERC, 26 Energy L.J. 179 (2005)).

17 Am. Jur. 2d Proof of Facts § 133, Failure to Manage Dam or Reservoir to Prevent Flooding (2008) (citing Jeremy Ward, Note, If It’s Worth a Dam, It’s “Navigable Waters”: A Proposed Revision of Section 3(8) of the FPA Derived from Decisions Followed in FPL Energy Maine Hydro LLC v. FERC, 26 Energy L.J. 179 (2005)).

9 Am. Jur. 2d Proof of Facts § 261, Controlling Stockholder's Breach of Duty to Investigate Motive and Intent of Purchaser Before Selling Stock (2008) (citing Jonathan D. Schneider, The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Fall of Enron, 25 Energy L.J. 441 (2004)).

29 Am. Jur. 3d Proof of Facts § 133, Liability of a Director to a Corporation for Mismanagement (2008) (citing Jonathan D. Schneider, The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Fall of Enron, 25 Energy L.J. 441 (2004)).

62 Am. Jur. Trials § 395, Defending the Legal Malpractice Claim Arising from Representation of Small Business (2008) (citing Jonathan D. Schneider, The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Fall of Enron, 25 Energy L.J. 441 (2004)).

83 Am. Jur. Trials § 119, Ex Parte Attachment of Parent Corporation's Treasury Stock (2008) (citing Jonathan D. Schneider, The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Fall of Enron, 25 Energy L.J. 441 (2004)).

S. Rheagan Alexander, Tribal Consultation for Large-Scale Projects: The National Historic Preservation Act and Regulatory Review, 32 Pace L. Rev. 895 (2012) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

Alfred C. Aman Jr., Symposium, Privatization and the Democracy Problem in Globalization: Making Markets More Accountable Through Administrative Law, 28 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1477  (2001) (citing John Burrit McArthur, Antitrust in the New Deregulated Natural Gas Industry, 18 Energy L.J. 1 (1997)).

Alfred C.Aman, Jr., Administrative Equity: An Analysis of Exceptions to Administrative Rules, 1982 Duke L.J. 277 (1982) (citing Noland & Penniman, The FERC Adjustments Process Under Section 502(c) of the Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978, 1 Energy L.J. 79 (1980)).

American Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association, Settlement of International Disputes Between Canada and the USA, 35 Can.-U.S. L.J. 9 (2011) (citing Alastair R. Lucas, Canada's Role in the United State's Oil and Gas Supply Security: Oil Sands, Arctic Gas, NAFTA, and Canadian Kyoto Protocol Impacts, 25 Energy L.J. (2004)).

Adell Louise Amos, Hydropower Reform and the Impact of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 on the Klamath Basin: Renewed Optimism or Same Old Song?, 22 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 1 (2007) (citing Leslie R. Dubois, Comment, Curiosity and Carbon: Examining the Future of Carbon Sequestration and the Accompanying Jurisdictional Issues as Outlined in the Indian Energy Title of the 2005 Energy Policy Act, 27 Energy L.J. 603 (2006); Joseph Barwick, Agency Conditions on the Relicensing of Hydropower Projects on Federal Reservations, 19 Energy L.J. 397 (1998)).

Owen L. Anderson, Geologic CO2 Sequestration: Who Owns the Pore Space?, 9 Wyo. L. Rev. 97 (2009) (citing Philip M. Marston & Patricia A. Moore, From EOR to CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L.J. 421 (2008)).

Jennifer R. Andriano, The Power of Wind: Current Legal Issues in Siting for Wind Power, 61 Planning & Environmental Law No. 5 (2009) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

Maria Angelica, Note, The Colombian Royalty System: How Flexibility in Law-Making Generates Investment, 9 L. & B. R ev. A m. 189 (2003) (citing Jay G. Martin, Venezuela as an Opportunity for Investment in the Petroleum Industry, 20 Energy L.J. 325 (1999) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191, 196 (1996)).

57 Antitrust L.J. 723 (1989), Panel Discussion  Exclusionary Conduct (citing Tye, Competitive Access: A Comparative Industry Approach to the Essential Facilities Doctrine, 8 Energy L.J. 337 (1987); Mahinka & Johnson, New Antitrust Issues in a Deregulated Environment: Access to Pipelines, 4 Energy L.J. 211 (1983)).

Alex Arensberg, Are Migratory Birds Extending Environmental Criminal Liability?, 38 Ecology L.Q. 427 (2011) (citing John Arnold McKinsey, Regulating Avian Impacts Under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Other Laws: The Wind Industry Collides with One of its Own, the Environmental Protection Movement, 28 Energy L.J. 71 (2007)).

Jennifer Arlen, The Failure of the Organizational Sentencing Guidelines, 66 U. Miami L. Rev. 321 (2012) (citing John S. Moot, Compliance Programs, Penalty Mitigation, and the FERC, 29 Energy L.J. 547 (2008)).

Patrick McGinley, Collateral Damage: Turning A Blind Eye to Environmental and Social Injustice in the Coalfields, 19 J. Envtl. & Sustainability L. 305 (2013) (citing Robert R. Nordhaus, Modernizing The Clean Air Act: Is There Life After 40?, 33 ENERGY L.J. 365 (2012)).

Sara Arfmann, Chapter 596: Solar-Use Easements-Let the Sunshine in, 43 McGeorge L. Rev. 683 (2012) (citing Committee Report, Report of the Renewable Energy and Demand-Side Management Committee, 30 Energy L.J. 273 (2009)).

Jonathan Armiger, Note, Judicial Review of Public Utility Commissions, 86 Ind. L.J. 1163 (2011) (citing Robert L. Bradley, The Origins of Political Electricity: Market Failure or Political Opportunism?, 17 Energy L.J. 59 (1996)).

Andrew Askland, Breaking Up Is Hard to Do: American Exceptionalism and the Transition to A Renewable Energy Future, 27 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 105 (2013) (citing Johusa P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008)).

Sumudu Atapattu, Global Climate Change: Can Human Rights (and Human Beings) Survive This Onslaught?, 20 Colo. J. Int'l Envtl. L. & Pol'y 35 (2008) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

Donna M. Attanasio, Surveying the Risks of Carbon Dioxide: Geological Sequestration and Storage Projects in the United States, 39 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10376 (2009) (citing Philip M. Marston & Patricia A. Moore, From EOR to CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L.J. 421 (2008)).

Michael Bablo, Note, Leslie Salt Co. v. United States: Does The Recent Supreme Court Decision in United States v. Lopez Dictate the Abrogation of the  "Migratory Bird Rule"?,14 Temp. Envtl. L. & Tech. J. 277 (1995) (citing Stephen Jay Stokes, The Limit of Government's Regulatory Authority Over Non-Adjacent Wetlands: Hoffman Homes, Inc. v. EPA, 15 Energy L.J. 137 (1994)).

Nicholas Bagley & Richard L. Revesz, Centralized Oversight of the Regulatory State, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 1260, 1329 (2006) (citing Peter Navarro & Michael Shames, Electricity Deregulation: Lessons Learned from California, 24 Energy L.J. 23 (2003)).

Koby Bailey, Comment, Energy “Goods”: Should Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code Apply to Energy Sales in a Deregulated Environment?, 37 J. Marshall L. Rev. 281 (2003) (citing Mark E. Haedicke, Competitive-Based Contracts for the New Power Business, 17 Energy L.J. 103 (1996)).

Paul Bailey, Elizabeth McCullough, Sonya Suter, Can Governments Ensure Adherence to the Polluter Pays Principle in the Long-Term CCS Liability Context?, 12 Sustainable Dev. L. & Pol'y 46 (2012) (citing Allan Ingelson, Anne Kleffner & Norma Nielson, Long-Term Liability For Carbon Capture And Storage In Depleted North American Oil And Gas Reservoirs - A Comparative Analysis, 31 Energy L.J. 431 (2010)).

Betsy Baker, Protection, Not Protectionism:  Multilateral Environmental Agreements and the Gatt, 26 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 437 (1993) (citing European Energy Charter, 13 Energy L.J. 1 (1992)).

Shalanda H. Baker, Unmasking Project Finance: Risk Mitigation, Risk Inducement, and an Invitation to Development Disaster?, 6 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 273 (2011) (citing Eric Marcks, Avoiding Liability for Human Rights Violations in Project Finance, 22 Energy L.J. 301 (2001)).

Nowell David Beckett Bamberger, In the Wake of Sakhalin II: How Non-Governmental Administration of Natural Resources Could Strengthen Russia’s Energy Sector, 16 Pac. Rim L. & Pol’y J. 669 (2007) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

Vicki M. Baldwin & J. Robert Malko, Used and Useful Principle: Still Relevant in Utah, 25-FEB Utah B.J. 32 (2012) (citing Jonathan A. Lesser, The Used and Useful Test: Implications for a Restructured Electric Industry, 23 Energy L.J. 349 (2002)).

Alexander J. Bandza, South Coast Air Quality Management District v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission: Ninth Circuit Holds Reliance on Problematic State Agency Standard Satisfies NEPA, 38 Ecology L.Q.579 (2011) (citing Monica Berry, Liquefied Natural Gas Import Terminals: Jurisdiction over Siting, Construction, and Operation in the Context of Commerce Clause Jurisprudence,26 Energy L.J. 135 (2005); James J. Hoecker, The NEPA Mandate and Federal Regulation of the Natural Gas Industry, 13 Energy L.J. 265 (1992)).

David P. Barker, Note, Who Pays? An Analysis of the Allocation of the Costs of Canceled Nuclear Power Plants After Duquesne Light Co. v. Barasch, 50 Ohio St. L.J. 999 (1989) (citing Small, A FERC Electric Rate Primer, 5 Energy L.J. 107 (1984)).

Christopher J. Barr, Unfinished Business: FERC’s Evolving Standard for Capacity Rights on Oil Pipelines, 32 Energy L.J. 563 (2011) (citing Christopher J. Barr, Growing Pains: FERC's Responses to Challenges to the Development of Oil Pipeline Infrastructure, 28 Energy L.J. 43 (2007)).

Robert A. Bassett & Sandra A. Snodgrass, Public Purpose or Private Profit: Condemnation for Natural Resources Development After Kelo v. New London, 53 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Institute 5-1 (2007) (citing Jim Behnke & Harold Dondis, The Sage Approach to Immediate Entry by Private Entities Exercising Federal Eminent Domain Authority Under the Natural Gas Act and the Federal Power Act,27 Energy L.J. 499 (2006)).

Elena A. Baylis & David Zaring, Sending the Bureaucracy to War, 92 Iowa L. Rev. 1359, 1428 (2007) (citing Report of the Natural Gas Committee, 25 Energy L.J. 217 (2004)).

Elena A. Baylis & David Zaring, Sending the Bureaucracy to War, 92 Iowa L. Rev. 1359, 1428 (2007) (citing Report of the Natural Gas Regulation Committee, 26 Energy L.J. 259 (2005)).

Maxwell S. Bayman, Subsidizing Advanced Nuclear Energy, 9 Okla. J. L. & Tech. 62 (2013) (citing Roland M. Frye, Jr., The Current “Nuclear Renaissance” in the United States, Its Underlying Reasons, and Its Potential Pitfalls, 29 Energy L.J. 279 (2008); Sony Ben-Moshe et al., Financing the Nuclear Renaissance: The Benefits and Potential Pitfalls of Federal & State Government Subsidies and the Future of Nuclear Power in California, 30 Energy L.J. 497 (2009)).

Leonard M. Baynes, How Much Is the Toll to Access the Information Superhighway? An Analysis of the Appropriate Measure of Compensation for the Partial Taking of Public Utility Property, 62 Tenn. L. Rev. 141 (1994) (citing Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and 'Takings’, 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989)).

38 B.C. L. Rev. 811 (1997), Commerce Clause Implications of Massachusetts' Attempt to Limit the Importation of "Dirty" Power in the Looming Competitive Retail Market for Electricity Generation (citing Report of the Committee on Independent Power Production 1995-1996, 17 Energy L.J. 503, 513 (1996); Peter Navarro, A Guidebook and Research Agenda for Restructuring the Electricity Industry, 16 Energy L.J. 347 (1995)).

James E. Beard, Symposium, An Application of the Principles of Sustainability to the Problem of Global Climate Change: An Argument for Integrated Energy Services, 11 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 191 (1996) (citing Clifford Sikora, Open Access and Transition Costs: Will the Electric Industry Transition Track the Natural Gas Industry Restructuring?, 15 Energy L.J. 273 (1994)).

David H. Becker, Changing Direction in Administrative Agency Rulemaking: "Reasoned Analysis," The Roadless Rule Repeal, and the 2006 National Park Service Management Policies, 30-FALL Environs Envtl. L. & Pol'y J. 65 (2006) (citing Patrick J. McCormick III & Sean B. Cunningham, The Requirements of the “Just and Reasonable “Standard: Legal Bases for Reform of Electric Transmission Rates, 21 Energy L.J. 389 (2000)).

Darlene Bedley, A Look at the Proposed Electronic Communications Privacy Act Amendments Act of 2011: Where Is Smart Grid Technology, and How Does Inevitable Discovery Apply?, 36 Nova L. Rev. 521 (2012) (citing Energy Bar Association Panel Discussing the Smart Grid, 31 Energy L.J. 81 (2010)).

Jim Behnke & Harold Dondis, The Sage Approach to Immediate Entry by Private Entities Exercising Federal Eminent Domain Authority Under the Natural Gas Act and the Federal Power Act , 27 Energy L.J. 499, 544+ (2006) (citing Lauren Mohr, Comment, The Tangled Web: Regulation, Interstate Pipeline Companies, and Due Process Rights of Property Owners, 26 Energy L.J. 191 (2005)).

Robert Bejesky, Geopolitics, Oil Law Reform, and Commodity Market Expectations, 63 Okla. L. Rev. 193 (2011) (citing Richard D. Cudahy & William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise and Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Robert Bejesky, Politico-International Law, 57 Loy. L. Rev. 29 (2011) (citing Richard D. Cudahy & William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise and Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Sony Ben-Moshe et al., Financing the Nuclear Renaissance: The Benefits and Potential Pitfalls of Federal & State Government Subsidies and the Future of Nuclear Power in California, 30 Energy L.J. 497 (2009) (citing Roland M. Frye, Jr., The Current “Nuclear Renaissance” in the United States, Its Underlying Reasons, and Its Potential Pitfalls, 29 Energy L.J. 279 (2008)).

Stuart Minor Benjamin & Arti Ki. Rai, Fixing Innovation Policy: A Structural Perspective, 77 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1 (2008) (citing Peter M. Crofton, Emerging Issues Relating to the Burgeoning Hydrogen Economy, 27 Energy L.J. 39 (2006)).

Mark H. Berman, The Intersection of Energy Law and Bankruptcy Law: Who Has the Stop Sign, ?8 J. Bankr. L. & Prac. 119  (1999) (citing Navarro, A Guidebook and Research Agenda for Restructuring the Electricity Industry, 16 Energy L.J. 347 (1995)). 

Jon Bernhardt, Note, Is National Gas Pipeline Regulation Worth The Fuss?, 40 Stan. L. Rev. 753 (1988) (citing Griggs, Restructuring the Natural Gas Industry:  Order No. 436 and Other Regulatory Initiatives, 7 Energy L.J. 71 (1986); Means & Angyal, The Regulation and Future Role of Direct Producer Sales, 5 Energy L.J. 1 (1984); Coburn, The Case for Petroleum Pipeline Deregulation, 3 Energy L.J. 225 (1982)). 

Emily Benz, Lessons from Fukushima: Strengthening the International Regulation of Nuclear Energy, 37 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 845 (2013) (citing  Jason Bjorn Aamodt, Comment, Regulating the Standard of Care Owed to the Public During an Emergency at a Nuclear Power Plant, 16 Energy L.J. 181 (1995)).

Derek Bertsch, When Good Intentions Collide: Seeking a Solution to Disputes Between Alternative Energy Development and the Endangered Species Act, 14 Sustainable Dev. L.J. 74 (2011) (citing Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat, The U.S. Role in Solving Climate Change: Green Growth Policies Can Enable Leadership Despite the Economic Downturn, 30 Energy L. J. 1 (2009)).

Ashutosh Bhagwat, Institutions and Long Term Planning: Lessons from the California Electricity Crisis, 55 Admin. L. Rev. 95 (2003) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Electricity Crisis: How Best to Respond to the "Perfect Storm", 22 Energy L.J. 65 (2001)). 

Christopher Bidlack, Regulating the Inevitable: Understanding the Legal Consequences of and Providing for the Regulation of the Geologic Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide, 30 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 199 (2010) (citing Jeffrey W. Moore, The Potential Law of On-Shore Geologic Sequestration of CO2 Captured from Coal-Fired Power Plants, 28 Energy L.J. 443 (2007)).

Griffen A. H. Bishop, Post Blackout: FERC’s Pricing Incentives Must Be Tailored to Improve Grid Reliability and Efficiency, 56 Admin. L. Rev. 881 (2004) (citing Patrick J. McCormick III & Sean B. Cunningham, The Requirements of the “Just and Reasonable” Standard: Legal Bases for Reform of Electric Transmission Rates, 21 Energy L.J. 389 (2000)).

Alexander J. Black, European Law and Public Utility Open Access, 10 Fla. J. Int'l L. 117 (1995) (citing Alexander J. Black, Competition Law and British Natural Gas Regulation, 13 Energy L.J. 359 (1992)).

Bernard S. Black & Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The Choice Between Markets and Central Planning in Regulating the U.S. Electricity Industry, 93 Colum. L. Rev. 1339 (1993) (citing Miller, Jr., Conscripting State Regulatory Authorities in a Federal Electric Rate Regulatory Scheme: A Goal of PURPA Partially Realized, 4 Energy L.J. 77 (1983); Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988); Joshua Z. Rokach, Transmission Pricing Under the Federal Power Act: Applying a Market Screen, 14 Energy L.J. 95 (1993)). 

Alexander J. Black, Direct Sales Of Gas In The European Community,Symposium, 1 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L. 119 (1993) (citing Alexander J. Black, Competition Law and British Natural Gas Regulation, 13 Energy L.J. 359 (1992)).

Alexander J. Black, Economic And Environmental Regulatory Relations: United States-Canada  Free-Trade in Energy, 8 Conn. J. Int'l L. 583 (1993) (citing Shelly P. Battram & Reinier H. Lock, The Canada/United States Free-Trade Agreement and Trade in Energy, 9 Energy L.J. 327 (1988); Robert C. Means & Robert S. Angyal, The Regulation and Future Role of Direct Producer Sales, 5 Energy L.J. 1 (1984)).  

Alexander J. Black, Symposium, Responsible Regulation: Incentive Rates for Natural Gas Pipelines, 28 Tulsa L.J. 349 (1993) (citing Robert S. Angyal & Roberta C. Means, The Regulation and Future Role of Direct Producer Sales, 5 Energy L.J. 1 (1984); Alexander J. Black, Competition Law and British Natural Gas Regulation, 13 Energy L.J. 359 (1992)).

Roger D. Blair, Reexamining the Role of Illinois Brick in Modern Antitrust Standing Analysis, 68 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 1 (1999) (citing Robert Elkin & Robert J. Bluhm, Indirect Purchaser Standing in Antitrust Actions: Duplicative Liability in the Energy Industry, 11 Energy L.J. 185 (1990)).

F. Paul Bland, Problems of Price and Transportation: Two Proposals to Encourage Competition from Alternative Energy Sources, 10 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 345 (1986) (citing Norton & Spivak, The Wholesale Service Obligation of Electric Utilities, 6 Energy L.J. 179 (1985); Tiano & Zimmer, Wheeling for Cogeneration and Small Power Production Facilities, 3 Energy L.J. 95 (1982); Norton & Early, Limitations on the Obligation to Provide Access to Electric Transmission and Distribution Lines, 5 Energy L.J. 47 (1984)). 

Robert F. Blomquist, Some (Mostly) Theoretical and (Very Brief) Pragmatic Observations on Environmental Alternative Dispute Resolution in America, 34 Val. U. L. Rev. 343 (2000) (citing Melissa Powell, Note, A Case Study for Stakeholders: An Alternative to Traditional Hydroelectric Relicensing, 18 Energy L.J. 405 (1997)).

William Blumenthal, Three Vexing Issues Under the Essential Facilities Doctrine: Atm Networks as Illustration, 58 Antitrust L.J. 855 (1989) (citing Tye, Competitive Access: A Comparative Industry Approach to the Essential Facility Doctrine, 8 Energy L.J. 337 (1987)).

Paul Blyschak, State-Owned Enterprises and International Investment Treaties when Are State-Owned Entities and Their Investments Protected?, 6 J. of Int’l Law & Int’l Relations 1 (2011) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The Bell Tolls for Hydrocarbons: What's Next?, 29 Energy L.J. 381 (2008); Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

Paul Blyschak, Yukos Universal v. Russia: Shell Companies and Treaty Shopping in International Energy Disputes, 10 Rish. J. Global L. & Bus. 179 (2011) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

L. Michael Bogert, The Paradox of the Palatable: Will the Endangered Species Act, NEPA, and Other Environmental Laws Hinder the Progress Of Energy Development?, 2009 No. 3 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Institute Paper No. 6 (2009) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

Ray S. Bolze, Practising Law Institute, PLI Order No. B0-013V (Oct. 22-23, 2001), Utility Restructuring Drawing Back the Regulatory Curtain: Antitrust Issues and Hypothetical Problems (citing Antitrust Law Regulation: A New Focus for a Competitive Energy Industry, 21 Energy L.J. 79 (2000); Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997); Ray S. Bolze, John C. Peirce & Linda L. Walsh, Antitrust Law Regulation: A New Focus for a Competitive Energy Industry, 21 Energy L.J. 79 (2000)).

Ray S. Bolze, Utility Restructuring Against the Backdrop of Regulation: Antitrust Issues and Hypothetical Problems,Practising Law Institute, PLI Order No. B0-00I5 (Oct. 2000) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997); John C. Peirce & Linda F. Walsh, Antitrust Law Regulation: A New Focus for a Competitive Energy Industry, 21 Energy L.J. 79 (2000)).

Ray S. Bolze & Deborah A. Carpentier, Utility Restructuring Against the Backdrop of Regulation: Antitrust Issues, Practicing Law Institute, PLI Order No. B0-00BX (Oct. 1999), Utility Restructuring: Negotiating, Structuring and Documenting the Deal 1999 (Jan. 10,  1996) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997)).

Raymond S. Bolze & Deborah A. Carpentier, Structuring Transactions Against the Backdrop of Regulation: Antitrust Issues, Practicing Law Institute, PLI Order No. B0-003B (Oct. 1998) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers:  A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997)).

Charlton H. Bonham, The Condit Dam Removal and Section 18 of the Federal Power Act: A Coerced Settlement, 14 J. Envtl. L. & Litig. 97 (1999) (citing Michael A. Swiger et al., Paying for  the Change: Can the FERC Force Dam Decommissioning at Relicensing?, 17 Energy  L.J. 163 (1996)).

William A. Borders, Note, Learning from the Storm: Lessons for Illinois Following California's Experience with Electricity Restructuring, 77 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 333 (2001) (citing Jim Rossi, Universal Service in Competitive Electric Retail Power Markets: Whither the Duty to Serve?, 21 Energy L.J. 27 (2000).

Fred P. Bosselman, The Ecological Advantages of Nuclear Power, 15 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 1, 52 (2007) (citing Report of the Legislation and Regulatory Reform Committee, 26 Energy L.J. 253 (2005)).

Fred P. Bosselman, The Ecological Advantages of Nuclear Power, 15 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 1, 52 (2007) (citing Peter M. Crofton, Emerging Issues Relating to the Burgeoning Hydrogen Economy, 27 Energy L.J. 39 (2006)).

Fred P. Bosselman, The Ecological Advantages of Nuclear Power, 15 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 1, 52+ (2007) (citing Monika Ehrman, Competition is a Sin: An Evaluation of the Formation and Effects of a Natural Gas OPEC, 27 Energy L.J. 175 (2006)).

Fred Bosselman, The Future of Electricity Infrastructure, 42/43 Urb. Law. 115 (2011) (citing Ronald E. Minsk et al., Plugging Cars into the Grid: Why the Government Should Make a Choice, 30 Energy L.J. 317 (2009); Debbie Swanstrom & Meredith M. Jolivert, DOE Transmission Corridor Designations & FERC Backstop Siting Authority: Has the Energy Act of 2005 Succeeded in Stimulating the Development of New Transmission Facilities?, 30 Energy L.J. 415 (2009)).

Fred Bosselman, Green Diesel: Finding a Place for Algae Oil, 86 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 291 (2011) (citing Ronald E. Minsk et al., Plugging Cars into the Grid: Why the Government Should Make a Choice, 30 Energy L.J. 317 (2009)).

Fred Bosselman, Swamp Swaps: The "Second Nature" Of Wetlands, 39 Envtl. L. 577 (2009) (citing EBA Climate Change Primer: Financing a Renewable Energy Project, 29 Energy L.J. 195 (2008); Richard D. Cudahy & William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise and Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

William P. Boswell & James P. Cargas, North American Energy Standards Board: Legal and Administrative Underpinnings of a Consensus Based Organization , 27 Energy L.J. 147, 174 (2006) (citing Hon. Suedeen Kelly, Maria F. Vouras & Jennifer S. Amerkhail, The Subdelegation Doctrine and the Application of Reference Prices in Mitigating Market Power, 26 Energy L.J. 297 (2005)).

Anthony V. Bova, What's the Holdup? How Bureaucratic Obstacles Are Undercutting the True Potential of American Wind Power, 46 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 571 (2013) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

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Rick Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority, 1 Environs Envtl & Energy L. & Pol’y J. 373, 395 (2007) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, and the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1(2005)).

Rick Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority , 1 Envtl & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 373, 395 (2007) (citing Hon. Suedeen Kelly, Maria F. Vouras & Jennifer S. Amerkhail, The Subdelegation Doctrine and the Application of Reference Prices in Mitigating Market Power, 26 Energy L.J. 297 (2005)).

Rick Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority , 1 Envtl & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 373, 395+ (2007) (citing U.S. Sen. James M. Inhofe & Frank Fannon, Energy and the Environment: The Future of Natural Gas in America, 26 Energy L.J. 349 (2005)).

Rick Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority , 1 Envtl & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 373, 395 (2007) (citing David G. Tewksbury & Stephanie S. Lim, Applying the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine to Market-Based Rate Contracts, 26 Energy L.J. 437 (2005)).

Rick Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority , 1 Envtl & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 373, 395 (2007) (citing Antitrust Subcommittee Report, 26 Energy L.J. 521 (2005)).

Rick Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority, 1 Envt'l & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 373, 395 (2007) (citing Antitrust Committee Report, 27 Energy L.J. 235 (2006)).

Rick Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority, 1 Envt'l & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 373, 395 (2007) (citing Allan Horwich, Warnings to the Unwary: Multi-Jurisdictional Federal Enforcement of Manipulation and Deception in the Energy Markets After the Energy Policy Act of 2005, 27 Energy L.J. 373 (2006)).

Richard R. Bradley, One Step in the Right Direction: An Analysis of FERC’s Reporting Requirement for Status Changes for Public Utilities with Market-Based Rate Authority, 1 Envt'l & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 373 (2007) (citing David G. Tewksbury & Stephanie S. Lim, Applying the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine to Market-Based Rate Contracts, 26 Energy L.J. 437 (2005)).

Richard R. Bradley, Over the River and (Around) the Woods to Grandma’s House We Go: Long-Term Firm Transmission Rights, Transmission Market Power, & Gaming Strategies in a Deregulated Energy Market An International Comparison, 30 Hous. J. Int’l L. 327 (2008) (citing Seth Blumsack, Measuring the Benefits and Costs of Regional Electric Grid Integration, 28 Energy L.J. 147 (2007); Joe D. Pace & John H. Landon, Introducing Competition into the Electric Utility Industry: An Economic Appraisal, 3 Energy L.J. 1 (1982)).

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Stuart Broom, The Formation of International Energy Transactions, 13 U.S.-Mex. L.J. 21 (2005) (citing John P. Mathis & Miguel S. Escobedo, Mexico’s Open Door to Cogeneration and Independent Power, 14 Energy L.J. 285 (1993)).

Joseph F. Brodley, Symposium, Proof of Efficiencies in Mergers and Joint Ventures, 64 Antitrust L.J. 575 (1996) (citing Raymond S. Hartman, The Efficiency Effects of Electric Utility Mergers: Lessons from Statistical Cost Analysis, 17 Energy L.J. 401 (1996); Raymond S. Hartman, The Efficiency Effects of Electric Utility Mergers: Lessons from Statistical Cost Analysis, 1 Energy L.J. 401 (1996)).

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Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489, 515 (2007) (citing Darrell Blakeway & Carol Brotman White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393 (2005)).

Christopher Brown, Piedmont Environmental Council v. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 61 S.C. L. Rev. 639 (2010) (citing Debbie Swanstrom & Meredith M. Jolivert, Doe Transmission Corridor Designations & FERC Backstop Siting Authority: Has the Energy Policy Act of 2005 Succeeded in Stimulating the Development of New Transmission Facilities?, 30 Energy L.J. 415 (2009)).

Vanessa S. Browne-Barbour, A Fork in the Road: The Intersection of Virtual Law Practice and Social Media, 52 Washburn L.J. 267 (2013) (citing Carolyn Elefant, The “Power” of Social Media: Legal Issues & Best Practices for Utilities Engaging Social Media, 32 Energy L.J. 1 (2011)).

Sharon Brown-Hruska & Robert Zwirb, CFTC & FERC vs. Amaranth: Doing the Sister Regulator Act, 27 Futures & Derivatives Law Report 1 (2007) (citing Joseph T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, and the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005)).

Thomas Brugato, The Property Problem: A Survey of Federal Options for Facilitating Acquisition of Carbon Sequestration Repositories, 29 Va. Envtl. L.J. 305 (2011) (citing Philip M. Marston & Patricia A. Moore, From EOR to CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework For Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L. J. 421 (2008); Jeffrey W. Moore, The Potential Law of On-Shore Geological Sequestration of CO2 Captured from Coal-Fired Power Plants, 28 Energy L.J. 443 (2007)).

Samuel R. Brumberg, Getting the Camel Out of the Tent: Behind the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Rise to Power and the Importance of States' Continued Regulatory Oversight, 30 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 691, 730+ (2006) (citing John S. Moot, Economic Theories of Regulation and Electricity Restructuring, 25 Energy L.J. 273 (2004)).

Alexia Brunet & Juan Agustin Lentini, Arbitration of International Oil, Gas, and Energy Disputes in Latin America, 27 Nw. J. Int’l L. & Bus. 591 (2007) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

Margaret Bryant, Wind Energy in Texas: An Argument for Developing Offshore Wind Farms, 4 Envt'l & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 127 (2009) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

Anita Starchman Bryant, Amoco Production Co. v. Southern Ute Indian Tribe, 27 Ecology L.B. 799 (2000) (citing Stacy L. Leeds, Southern Ute Indian Tribe v. Amoco Production Company: Judicial Construction of Coalbed Methane Gas Ownership, 17 Energy L.J. 489 (1996)).

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Joseph E. Buandt & Julie A. Harrison, Resources on Oil and Gas Law, 78 Mich. B.J. 232 (1999) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).  

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Carolyn F. Burr et. al., Water: The Fuel for Colorado Energy, 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 275 (2012) (citing Dr. Benjamin K. Sovacool, Running on Empty The Electricity-Water Nexus and the U.S. Electric Utility Sector, 30 Energy L. J. 11, 13 (2009)).

43 Bus. Law 795 (1988), Energy Law (citing Echeverria, The Electric Consumers Protection Act of 1986, 8 Energy L.J. 61  (1987); Reiter, The FERC's New Rules of Discovery: A Welcomed Approach, 8 Energy L.J. 35 (1987)).  

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Darren Bush and Carrie Mayne , In (Reluctant) Defense of Enron: Why Bad Regulation Is to Blame for California’s Power Woes (or Why Antitrust Law Fails to Protect Against Market Power When the Market Rules Encourage Its Use), 83 Or. L. Rev. 207, 237, 239, 243, 265 (2004) (citing Peter Navarro & Michael Shames, Electricity Deregulation: Lessons Learned From California, 24 Energy L.J. 23 (2003)).

Darren Bush & Carrie Mayne, In (Reluctant) Defense of Enron: Why Bad Regulation Is to Blame for California's Power Woes (Or Why Antitrust Law Fails to Protect Against Market Power when the Market Rules Encourage Its Use), 83 Or. L. Rev. 207, 285+ (2004) (citing Report of the Electric Utility Regulation Committee, 24 Energy L.J. 191 (2003)).

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William W. Buzbee, Asymmetrical Regulation: Risk, Preemption, and the Floor/Ceiling Distinction, 82 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1547, 1619 (2007) (citing Jacob Dweck, David Wochner & Michael Brooks, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Litigation After the Energy Policy Act of 2005: State Powers in LNG Terminal Siting, 27 Energy L.J. 473 (2006)). 

William W. Buzbee, Interaction's Promise: Preemption Policy Shifts, Risk Regulation, and Experimentalism Lessons, 57 Emory L.J. 145, 165 (2007) (citing Jacob Dweck, David Wochner, and Michael Brooks, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Litigation After the Energy Policy Act of 2005: State Powers in LNG Terminal Siting, 27 Energy L.J. 473 (2006)).  

Marvin C. Bynum II, Testing the Waters: Assessing Wisconsin's Regulatory Climate for Offshore Wind Projects, 93 Marq. L. Rev. 1533 (2010) (citing Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L.J. 79 (2008)).

Phoenix X. F. Cai, Think Big and Ignore the Law: U.S. Corn and Ethanol Subsidies and WTO Law, 40 Geo. J. Int'l L. 865 (2009) (citing Kaylan Lytle, Driving the Market: The Effects on the United States Ethanol Industry if the Foreign Ethanol Tariff is Lifted, 28 Energy L.J. 693 (2007)).

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Andrew Campbell, You Don't Need A Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows? : An Argument for Offshore Wind Development in the Gulf of Mexico (Fnaa1), 50 Hous. L. Rev. 899 (2013) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

Trevor E. Carson, The Decision from the Court of First Instance That Destroyed the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme, 23 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 157 (2010) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L. J. 1 (2008)).

Peter C. Carstensen, Creating Workably Competitive Wholesale Markets in Energy: Necessary Conditions, Structure, and Conduct , 1 Envtl & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 85, 144 (2005) (citing William A. Mogel & John P. Gregg, Appropriateness of Imposing Common Carrier Status on Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines, 25 Energy L.J. 21 (2004)).

Alexander Cavalli & Jane K. Winn, Internet Security in the Electric Utility Industry, 38 Jurimetrics J. 459 (1998) (citing Report of the Committee on Electric Utility Regulation, 18 Energy L.J. 197 (1997); Report of the Committee on Independent Power Production 1995-1996, 17 Energy L.J. 503 (1996)).

Lawrence G. Cetrulo, 3 Toxic Torts Litigation Guide § 22:7, The Problematic Nature of Exposure Measurement (2011) (citing David Zachary Kaufman, Review of Electric and Magnetic Fields: Invisible Risks?, 18 Energy L.J. 435 (1997)).

Leah B. Chacon, Long-Term Contracting the Way to Renewable Energy Investment: Lessons from Brazil Applied to the United States, 62 Emory L.J. 1563 (2013) (citing Citing: Mary Ann Ralls, Congress Got It Right: There's No Need to Mandate Renewable Portfolio Standards, 27 Energy L.J. 451 (2006)).

Kyle Chadwick, Crossed Wires: Federal Preemption of States' Authority over Retail Wheeling of Electricity, 48 Admin. L. Rev. 191 (1996) (citing Report of the Commission on Independent Power, 16 Energy L.J. 205 (1995); Richard J. Pierce, Jr.,  The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and  Electricity, 15 Energy L.J. 323 (1994); Isaac D. Benkin, Who Makes the Rules? Federal and State  Jurisdiction over Electric Transmission Access, 13 Energy L.J. 45 (1992)).

Danielle Changala & Paul Foley, The Legal Regime of Widespread Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Adoption: A Vermont Case Study, 32 Energy L.J. 99 (2011) (citing Ronald Minsk, Sam Ori & Sabrina Howell, Plugging Cars into the Grid: Why the Government Should Make a Choice, 30 Energy L.J. 317 (2009)).

Jim Chen, The Price of Macroeconomic Imprecision: How Should the Law Measure Inflation?,54 Hastings L.J. 1375 (2003) (citing Steven Reed & Pantelis Michalopoulos, Oil Pipeline Regulatory Reform: Still in the Labyrinth?, 16 Energy L.J. 65 (1995); Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Jim Chen, Standing in the Shadows of Giants: The Role of Intergenerational Equity in Telecommunications Reform, 71 U. Colo. L. Rev. 921 (2000) (citing Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and "Takings", 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989); Clinton A. Vince & John S. Moot, Federal Preemption Versus State Utility Regulation in a Post- Mississippi Era, 10 Energy L.J. 1 (1989)).

Jim Chen, Commentary, The Second Coming of Smyth v. Ames, 77 Tex. L. Rev. 1535 (1999) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1, 10  (1988); Richard D. Cudahy, Retail Wheeling: Is This Revolution Necessary?, 15 Energy L.J. 351 (1994); S. Sikora, Open Access and Transition Costs: Will the Electric Industry Transition Track the Natural Gas Industry Restructuring?, 15 Energy L.J. 273 (1994)).

Jim Chen, Fugitives and Agrarians in a World Without Frontiers, 18 Cardozo L. Rev. 1031 (1996) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, Retail Wheeling: Is This Revolution Necessary?, 15 Energy L.J. 351 (1994)).

Jim C. Chen, Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, 58 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1527 (1991).  Note: This article is reviewing the Bluebook, and criticizes it for not having the Energy Law Journal on the list of Periodicals.

Jim Chen, The Death of the Regulatory Compact: Adjusting Prices and Expectations in the Law of Regulated Industries, 67 Ohio St. L.J. 1265 (2006) (citing Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and “Takings”,10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989); Clinton A. Vince & John S. Moot, Federal Preemption Versus State Utility Regulation in a Post Mississippi Era, 10 Energy L.J. 1 (1989)).

Jim Chen, The Nature of the Public Utility: Infrastructure, the Market, and the Law, 98 Nw. U.L. Rev. 1617 (2004) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Energy Crisis: How Best to Respond to the “Perfect Storm,” 22 Energy L.J. 65 (2001); Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and “Takings”, 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989); Clinton A. Vince & John S. Moot, Federal Preemption Versus State Utility Regulation in a Post Mississippi Era, 10 Energy L.J. 1 (1989)).

Sungjoon Cho, Claire R. Kelly, Promises and Perils of New Global Governance: A Case of the G20, 12 Chi. J. Int'l L. 491 (2012) (citing Stuart Eizenstat, The U.S. Role in Solving Climate Change: Green Growth Policies Can Enable Leadership Despite Economic Downturn, 30 Energy L J 1 (2008)).

Stephen J. Choi and Robert B. Thompson, Securities Litigation and Its Lawyers: Changes During the First Decade After the PSLRA, 106 Colum. L. Rev. 1489, 1533 (2006) (citing James G. Bohn, Securities Litigation in the Utility Sector, 26 Energy L.J. 473 (2005)).

William L. Church, The Eastern Enterprises Case: New Vigor For Judicial Review?,2000 Wis. L. Rev. 547 (2000) (citing Staci L. Smith, Note, Nontraditional Takings and the Coal Act, 20 Energy L.J. 117 (1999)).

Rachel Clingman & Audrey Cumming, The 2005 Energy Policy Act: Analysis of the Jurisdictional Basis for Federal Siting of LNG Facilities, 2 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 57 (2007) (citing Monica Berry, Liquefied Natural Gas Import Terminals: Jurisdiction over Siting, Construction, and Operation in the Context of Commerce Clause, 26 Energy L.J. 135 (2005); Jim Behnke, Safety Jurisdiction Over Natural Gas Pipelines, 19 Energy L.J. 71, 77 (1998)).

Thomas A. Cloud, Birch Rods in the Cupboard: The Link Between Municipal Franchise Purchase Options and Franchise Fees in Florida, 35 Stetson L. Rev. 383 (2006) (citing James W. Moeller, Electric Utilities and Telecommunications, 16 Energy L.J. 95 (1995)).

Rodrick J. Coffey, Notes and Comments, Fairness Is in the Eye of the Beholder: The Conflicting Interpretations of the Correct Measure of Damages for Breaches of Natural Gas Contracts Containing Take-or-Pay Provisions, 14 BYU J. Pub. L. 151 (1999) (citing Stimpert, Note, Lenape Resources Corporation v. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company: Natural Gas Take-or-Pay Contracts Under the Uniform Commercial Code, 18 Energy L.J. 421 (1997)).

George Cameron Coggins, Watershed as a Public Natural Resource on the Federal Lands, 11 Va. Envtl. L.J. 1 (1991) (citing Goodwin & Lookadoo, Municipal Preference and the Private Hydropower Project Developer, 7 Energy L.J. 111 (1986)).

Joseph R. Coker, Saving Otter Tail: The Essential Facilities Doctrine and Electric Power Post-Trinko, 33 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 231 (2005) (citing Robert J. Michaels, The Governance of Transmission Operators, 20 Energy L.J. 233 (1999); Lawrence J. Spiwak, Is the Price Squeeze Doctrine Still Viable in Fully-Regulated Energy Markets?, 14 Energy L.J. 75 (1993)).

Bonnie G. Colby, Assessing the Value of Adjudications in a World of Uncertainty: An Economic Perspective, 10 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 327 (2007) (citing Michael A. Swiger, Ann P. Southwick & Stephanie L. Mairs, Paying for the Change: Can the FERC Force Dam Decommissioning at Relicensing?, 17 Energy L.J. 163 (1996)).

John D. Collins, Reclamation and Groundwater Restoration in the Uranium Milling Industry: An Assessment of Umtrca, Title Ii,11 J. Nat. Resources & Envtl. L. 23 (1995-6) (citing W. Ciaravella, Note, Regulation of Hazardous Air Pollutants under Section 112 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, 15 Energy L.J. 485 (1994)).  

Hannah Coman, Balancing the Need for Energy and Clean Water: The Case for Applying Strict Liability in Hydraulic Fracturing Suits, 39 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 131 (2012) (citing Allan Ingelson et al., Long-Term Liability for Carbon Capture and Storage in Depleted North American Oil and Gas Reservoirs--A Comparative Analysis, 31 Energy L.J. 431 (2010)).

13A Comm. Reg.: Fraud, Manipulation, & Other Claims, 23:23. Parallel Proceedings, Double Jeopardy and Bankruptcy (2008) (citing Allan Horwich, Warnings to the Unwary: Multi-Jurisdictional Federal Enforcement of Manipulation and Deception in the Energy Markets After the Energy Policy Act of 2005, 27 Energy L.J. 373 (2006)).

13A Comm. Reg.: Fraud, Manipulation, & Other Claims, 23:36. Jurisdictional Issues (2008) (citing Allan Horwich, Warnings to the Unwary: Multi-Jurisdictional Federal Enforcement of Manipulation and Deception in the Energy Markets After the Energy Policy Act of 2005, 27 Energy L.J. 373 (2006)).

13A Comm. Reg.: Fraud, Manipulation, & Other Claims, 28:6. FERC Jurisdiction (2008) (citing Allan Horwich, Warnings to the Unwary: Multi-Jurisdictional Federal Enforcement of Manipulation and Deception in the Energy Markets After the Energy Policy Act of 2005, 27 Energy L.J. 373 (2006)).

Loïc Conan, The Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline: An Overview of the Threats to Its Success and the Means to Prevent Its Failure, 31 Utah Envtl. L. Rev. 205 (2011) (citing S. Scott Gaille, The Use of Quantity Terms to Improve Efficiency and Stability in International Gas Sales & Purchase Agreements, 29 Energy L.J. 645 (2008)).

Hanna Conger, A Lesson from Cape Wind: Implementation of Offshore Wind Energy in the Great Lakes Should Occur Through Multi-State Cooperation, 42 Loy. U. Chi. L.J. 741 (2011) (citing Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L.J. 79 (2008)).

Austin Conner, Twenty Percent Wind Energy by 2030: Keys to Meeting the DOE's Goal, 5 Envt'l & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 130 (2010) (citing Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L.J. 79 (2008)).

Charles J. Cooper & Brian Stuart Koukoutchos, Federalism and the Telephone: The Case for Preemptive Federal Deregulation in the New World of Intermodal Competition, 6 J. Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 293 (2008) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997)).

Katharine Costenbader, Comment, Damning Dams: Bearing The Cost Of Restoring America's Rivers, 6 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 635 (1998) (citing Michael Swiger et al., Paying for the Change: Can the FERC Force Dam Decommissioning at Relicensing, 17 Energy L.J. 163 (1996)). 

Christopher Cotter, Wind Power and the Renewable Portfolio Standard: An Ohio Analysis, 32 U. Dayton L. Rev. 405, 439+ (2007) (citing Darrell Blakeway & Carol Brotman White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393 (2005)).

John F. Coverdale, Court Review of Tax Regulations and Revenue Rulings in the Chevron Era, 64 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 35 (1992) (citing Jerome Nelson, The Chevron  Deference Rule and Judicial Review of FERC Orders, 9 Energy L.J. 59 (1988)).

Seth Cox, A Regulatory Reinterpretation to Blow Away Dirty Energy?, 17 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 258 (2010) (citing Darrell Blakeway & Carol B. White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393 (2005)).

Gregory Scott Crespi, Ranking the Environmental Law, Natural Resources Law, and Land Use Planning Journals: A Survey of Expert Opinion, 23 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol’y Rev. 273 (1998).

Gianna Cricco-Lizza, Hydraulic Fracturing and Cooperative Federalism: Injecting Reality into Policy Formation, 42 Seton Hall L. Rev. 703 (2012) (citing Committee Report: Legislative Committee, 27 Energy L. J. 349 (2006))

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29 ELR 10003  The Common-Law Impetus for Advanced Control of Air Toxics  Environmental Law Reporter, January, 1999 (citing  Mark W. Ciaravella, Regulation of Hazardous Air Pollutants Under Section 112 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, 15 Energy L.J. 485, 494 (1994)).    

30 ELR 10933, Moving the Climate Change Debate from Models to Proposed Legislation: Lessons from State Experience, Environmental Law Reporter  Article  November, 2000 (citing Ajay Gupta, Tracking Stranded Costs, 21 Energy L.J. 113, 114 (2000)).

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Joshua Fershee, Levels of Green: State and Regional Efforts, in Wyoming and Beyond, to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions, 7 Wyo. L. Rev. 269, 293 (2007) (citing Jacob Dweck, David Wochner & Michael Brooks, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Litigation After the Energy Policy Act of 2005: State Powers in LNG Terminal Siting, 27 Energy L.J. 473 (2006)).

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Victor B. Flatt, "Offsetting" Crisis?-Climate Change Cap-and-Trade Need Not Contribute to Another Financial Meltdown, 39 Pepp. L. Rev. 619 (2012) (citing Robert J. Carpenter, Implementation of Biological Sequestration Offsets in a Carbon Reduction Policy: Answers to Key Questions for a Successful Domestic Offset Program, 31 Energy L.J. 157 (2010)).

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Greg Goelzhauser, Price Squeeze in a Deregulated Electric Power Industry, 32 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 225, 235 (2004) (citing Peter Navarro & Michael Shames, Electricity Deregulation: Lessons Learned from California, 24 Energy L.J. 23 (2003)).

Greg Goelzhauser, Price Squeeze in a Deregulated Electric Power Industry, 32 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 225, 255 (2004) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets To Set Electric Rates?, 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003)).

Greg Goelzhauser, Price Squeeze in a Deregulated Electric Power Industry , 32 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 225, 255 (2004) (citing Michael J. Gergen, George D. Cannon, Jr. & David G. Tewksbury, Market-Based Ratemaking and the Western Energy Crisis of 2000 and 2001, 24 Energy L.J. 321 (2003)).

Greg Goelzhauser, Price Squeeze in a Deregulated Electric Power Industry, 32 Fla. St. U. L. Rev. 225 (2004) (citing Richard P. Bonnifield & Ronald L. Drewnowski, Transmission at a Crossroads, 21 Energy L.J. 447 (2000)).

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L. Paul Goeringer, Challenges Under State Law to Wind Energy Facilities and Laws Regulating or Prohibiting Such Facilities, 64 A.L.R.6th 601 (2011) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L. J. 489 (2007)).

L. Paul Goeringer et. al., The New Fuel Frontier: Biomass Contracting, 5 Ky. J. Equine, Agric. & Nat. Resources L. 71 (2013) (citing Zachary R. F. Schreiner, Comment, Frankenfuel: Genetically Modified Corn, Ethanol, and Crop Diversity, 30 Energy L. J. 169 (2009)).

H. David Gold & Jason Bass, The Energy-Water Nexus: Socioeconomic Considerations and Suggested Legal Reforms in the Southwest, 50 Nat. Resources J. 563 (2010) (citing Benjamin K. Sovacool, Running on Empty: The Electricity-Water Nexus and the U.S. Electric Utility Sector, 30 Energy L.J. 11 (2009); Seth Blumsack, Measuring the Benefits and Costs of Regional Electric Grid Integration, 28 Energy L.J. 147 (2007)).

Ivan Gold & Nidhi Thakar, A Survey of State Renewable Portfolio Standards: Square Pegs for Round Climate Change Holes?, 35 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 183 (2010) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2007)).

Victor P. Goldberg, A Precedent Built on Sand: Norcon v. Niagara Mohawk, 2013 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 38 (2013) (citing Rohit C. Sharma, Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. v. FERC, 23 Energy L.J. 57 (2002)).

Aletheia Gooden, The 10,000 Year Guarantee: High-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal at Yucca Mountain, Nevada, 26-FALL Environs Envtl. L. & Pol’y J. 95, 120+ (2002) (citing Scott R. Helton, Comment, The Legal Problems of Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal, 23 Energy L.J. 179 (2002)).

Julia Gorodetsky, Analogy by Necessity: The Filed Rate Doctrine and Judicial Review of Agency Inaction, 23 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 1 (Winter 2009) (citing Nicholas W. Fels & Frank R. Lindh, Lessons from the California “Apocalypse:” Jurisdiction over Electric Utilities, 22 Energy L.J. 1 (2001); Frank P. Darr, Mitigating Costs and the Preemptive Effect of Federal Rate Orders, 13  Energy L.J. 61 (1992)).

Alison C. Graab, The Smart Grid: A Smart Solution to a Complicated Problem,52 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 2051 (2011) (citing Energy Bar Association Panel Discussing the Smart Grid, 31 Energy L.J. 81 (2010)).

Thomas D. Grant, A League of Their Own: The Rationale for an International Alliance of Democracies, 41 Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev. 243 (2009) (citing Yuli Grigoryev, The Russian Gas Industry, Its Legal Structure, and Its Influence on World Markets, 28 Energy L.J. 125 (2001)).

Jeffiey McIntyre Gray, Reconciling Market-Based Rates with the Just and Reasonable Standard, 26 Energy L.J. 453, 431 (2005) (citing Peter Fox-Penner, Gary Taylor, Romkaew Broehm & James Bohn, Competition in Wholesale Electric Power Markets, 23 Energy L.J. 281 (2002)).

Jeffrey M. Gray, Reconciling Market-Based Rates with the Just and Reasonable Standard, 26 Energy L.J. 423, 435 (2005) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets To Set Electric Rates?, 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003)).

Jeffrey McIntyre Gray, Reconciling Market-Based Rates with the Just and Reasonable Standard, 26 Energy L.J. 423, 435 (2005) (citing Peter Navarro & Michael Shames, Electricity Deregulation: Lessons Learned From California, 24 Energy L.J. 23 (2003)).

Jeffrey McIntyre Gray, Reconciling Market-Based Rates with the Just and Reasonable

Standard, 26 Energy L.J. 423, 435+ (2005) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, And the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005)).

Hillary Greene, Guideline Institutionalization: The Role of Merger Guidelines in Antitrust Discourse, 48 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 771 (2006) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997); Robert J. Michaels, Market Power in Electric Utility Mergers: Access, Energy, and the Guidelines, 17 Energy L.J. 401 (1996)).

Theocharis N. Grigoriadis, State Responsibility and Antitrust in the Energy Charter Treaty: Socialization vs. Liberalization in Bilateral Investment Relations, 44 Tex. Int'l L.J. 45 (2008) (citing Yuri Grigoryev, The Russian Gas Industry, Its Legal Structures and Its Influences on World Markets, 28 Energy L.J. 125 (2007); Thomas Von Danwitz, Regulation and Liberalization of the European Electricity Market: A German View, 27 Energy L.J. 423 (2006)).

Lydia T. Grimm, Comment, Fishery Protection and FERC Hydropower Relicensing Under ECPA: Maintaining a Deadly Status Quo, 20 Envtl. L. 929 (1990) (citing Echeverria, The Electric Consumers Protection Act of 1986, 8 Energy L.J. 61 (1987)). 

Todd J. Griset, Harnessing the Ocean’s Power: Opportunities in Renewable Ocean Energy Resources, 16  Ocean & Coastal L.J. 395 (2011) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49, 51 (2008); Hon. Jon Wellinghoff et al., Facilitating Hydro Kinetic Energy Development Through Regulatory Innovation, 29 Energy L.J. 397 (2008); Carolyn Elefant, Ocean Energy Development in the 1990s, 14 Energy L.J. 335 (1993)).

Margaret Rosso Grossman, Climate Change and the Law, 58 Am. J. Comp. L. 223 (2010) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

John Gulliver & Donald Zillman, Innovative Regulation for Energy and Resources, 52 Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Institute 2-1 (2006) (citing Joseph T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, and the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005); Donald F. Santa, Jr. & Clifford S. Sikora, Open Access and Transition Costs: Will the Electricity Industry Track the Natural Gas Industry Restructuring?,25 Energy L.J. 113 (1994)).

Justin Gundlach, What's the Cost of a New Nuclear Power Plant? The Answer's Gonna Cost You: A Risk-Based Approach to Estimating the Cost of New Nuclear Plants, 18 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 600 (2011) (citing Roland M. Frye, Jr., The Current ‘Nuclear Renaissance’ in the United States, Its Underlying Reasons, and Its Potential Pitfalls, 29 Energy L.J. 279 (2008); William J. Baumol & J. Gregory Sidak, The Pig in the Python: Is Lumpy Capacity Investment Used and Useful?, 23 Energy L.J. 383 (2002)).

Randall S. Guttery, Federal Wetlands Regulation: Restrictions on the Nationwide Permit Program and the Implications for Residential Property Owners, 37 Am. Bus. L.J. 299 (2000) (citing Stephen J. Stokes, Note, The Limit of Government's  Regulatory Authority over Non-Adjacent Wetlands: Hoffman Homes, Inc. v. EPA, 15 Energy L.J. 137 (1994).

Tyler Hagenbuch, Establishing an Aggressive Legal Framework for the Future of Wind Energy in Europe, 42 Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 1595 (2009) (citing Giovanna Golini, Tradable Green Certificate Systems in the E.U., 26 Energy L.J. 111 (2005)).

Neil W. Hamilton & Anne M. Caulfield, The Defense of Natural Monopoly in Sherman Act Monopolization Cases, 33 DePaul L. Rev. 465 (1984) (citing Norton & Early, Limitations on the Obligation to Provide Access to Electric Transmission and Distribution Lines, 5 Energy L.J. 47 (1984)). 

Robert S. Handmaker, Note, Deregulating the Transmission of Electricity: Wheeling Under P.U.R.P.A. Sections 203, 204, and 205,67 Wash. U.L.B. 435 (1989) (citing Small, A FERC Electric Rate Primer, 5 Energy L.J. 197 (1984); Norton & Early, Limitations on the Obligation to Provide Access to Electric Transmission and Distribution Lines, 5 Energy L.J. 47 (1984)). 

Tal Harari, Facebook Frenzy Around the World: The Different Implications Facebook Has on Law Students, Lawyers, and Judges, 19 ILSA J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1 (2012) (citing Carolyn Elefant, The “Power” of Social Media: Legal Issues & Best Practices for Utilities Engaging Social Media, 32 Energy L. J. 1 (2011)).

Assaf Harel, Preventing Terrorist Attacks on Offshore Platforms: Do States Have Sufficient Legal Tools?, 4 Harv. Nat'l Sec. J. 131 (2012) (citing John Wyeth Griggs, BP Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, 32 Energy L.J. 57 (2011)).

Ryan Harrigan, Transcanada's Keystone Xl Pipeline: Politics, Environmental Harm, & Eminent Domain Abuse, 1 U. Balt. J. Land & Dev. 207 (2012) (citing Christopher J. Barr, Growing Pains: FERC's Responses to Challenges to the Development of Oil Pipeline Infrastructure, 28 Energy L.J. 43 (2007)).

Bryan Harrington, California Ex Rel. Lockyer v. FERC: In Which the 9th Circuit Tells the FERC "Yes, You Can", 27 Energy L.J. 205, 216 (2006) (citing John S. Moot, Economic Theories of Regulation and Electricity Restructuring, 25 Energy L.J. 273 (2004)).

Wesley N. Harris, China Energy: A Crossroads Historiography, 37 T. Marshall L. Rev. 255 (2012) (citing Yong Huang et al, China's 2007 Anti-Monopoly Law: Competition and the Chinese Petroleum Industry, 31 Energy L.J. 337 (2010)).

Jeffrey L. Harrison, Thomas D. Morgan & Paul R. Verkuil, Regulatory Education and Its Reform, 16 Yale J. on Reg. 145, (1999) (book review) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, Retail Wheeling: Is This Revolution Necessary?, 15 Energy L.J. 351 (1994)). 

Jeffrey L. Harrison, Public Utilities and the First Amendment: The Economics and Ideology of Pacific Gas & Electric, 38 U. Fla. L. Rev. 319 (1986) (citing Hanschen, Harris & Woo, Consumer Access to Utility Mailings: First Amendment and Other Issues, 5 Energy L.J. 327 (1984)).

Rachel Feinberg Harrison, Carbon Allowances: A New Way of Seeing an Invisible Asset, 62 SMU L. Rev. 1915 (2009) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008); Panel Discussion, EBA Climate Change Primer: Cap and Trade, 29 Energy L.J. 173 (2008)).

Christianson Hartman, Is the Wind Mine to Give Away? Guidance for Testators Wishing to Transfer a Wind Interest, 1 Est. Plan. & Community Prop. L.J. 399 (2009) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

103 Harv. L. Rev. 1930 (1990), The Legal and Regulatory Implications of Airline Computer Reservation Systems (citing Tye, Competitive Access: A Comparative Industry Approach to the Essential Facility Doctrine, 8 Energy L.J. 337 (1987)).

100 Harv. L. Rev. 182 (1986), Negative Speech Rights for Corporations (citing Hanschen, Harris & Woo, Consumer Access to Utility Mailings: First Amendment and Other Issues, 5 Energy L.J. 327 (1984)).

103 Harv. L. Rev. 1306 (1990), Preemption and Regulatory Efficiency in Federal Energy Statutes (citing Lindh, Federal Preemption of State Regulation in the Field of Electricity and Natural Gas: A Supreme Court Chronicle, 10 Energy L.J. 277 (1989); Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988); Goldsmith,  Utility Rates and "Takings,"' 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989)).

Alvaro Hasani, Forecasting the End of Climate Change Litigation: Why Expert Testimony Based on Climate Models Should Not Be Admissible, 32 Miss. C. L. Rev. 83 (2013) (citing Brooks E. Harlow & Roy W. Spencer, Ph.D., An Inconvenient Burden of Proof? Co2 Nuisance Plaintiffs Will Face Challenges in Meeting the Daubert Standard, 32 Energy L.J. 459 (2011)).

Jill Elaine Hasday, Interstate Compacts in a Democratic Society: The Problem of Permanency, 49 Fla. L. Rev. 1 (1997) (citing Frank P. Darr, Electric Holding Company Regulation by Multistate Compact, 14 Energy L.J. 357 (1993)).

Benjamin D. Hatch, Dividing the Pie in the Sky: The Need for a New Lunar Resources Regime, 24 Emory Int'l L. Rev. 229 (2010) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, The Bell Tolls for Hydrocarbons: What's Next?, 29 Energy L.J. 381 (2008)).

Janie Hauser, From Sleeping Giant to Friendly Giant: Rethinking the United States Solar Energy Trade War with China, 38 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 1061 (2013) (citing Allison S. Clements & Douglass D. Sims, A Clean Energy Deployment Administration: The Right Policy for Emerging Renewable Technologies, 31 Energy L.J. 397 (2010)).

Jerry A. Hausman et al., Are Regulators Forward-Looking? The Market Price of Copper Versus the Regulated Price of Mandatory Access to Unbundled Local Loops in Telecommunications Networks, 61 Fed. Comm. L.J. 199 (2008) (citing William J. Baumol & J. Gregory Sidak, The Pig in the Python: Is Lumpy Capacity Investment Used and Useful?, 23 Energy L.J. 383 (2002)).

Thomas L. Hazen & Jerry W. Markam, Broker-Dealer Op. Securities & Commodities Law § 14:9, Regulatory Challenges-Derivative Markets (2011) (citing Allan Horwich, Warnings to the Unwary: Multi-Jurisdictional Federal Enforcement of Manipulation and Deception in the Energy Markets After the Energy Policy Act of 2005, 27 Energy L.J. 363 (2006)).

Douglas L. Heinold, Note and Comment, Retail Wheeling: Is Competition Among Energy Utilities an Environmental Disaster, or Can It Be Reconciled with Integrated Resource Planning?,22 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 301 (1996) (citing Isaac D. Benkin, Who Makes the Rules?  Federal and State Jurisdiction over Electric Transmission Access, 13 Energy L.J. 45  (1992)).

Bernard G. Helldorfer, Energy Law,44 Bus. Law. 236 (1988) (reviewing Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).  

Tate L. Hemingson, Why Airlines Should Be Afraid: The Potential Impact of Cap and Trade and Other Carbon Emissions Reduction Proposals on the Airline Industry, 75 J. Air L. & Com. 741 (2010) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

Joan MacLeod Heminway, Rock, Paper, Scissors: Choosing the Right Vehicle for Federal Corporate Governance Initiatives, 10 Fordham J. of Corp. and Fin. L. 225 (2005) (citing James Barker, Jr. et al., Regulation of Power Pools and System Operators: an International Comparison, 18 Energy L.J. 261 (1997)).

Charles P. Henderson, Tenth Circuit Survey, Oil & Gas Law,74 Denv. U. L. Rev. 489 (1997) (citing Lindh, Federal Preemption of State Regulation in the Field of Electricity and Natural Gas: A Supreme Court Chronicle, 10 Energy L.J. 277 (1989); Cody L. Graves & Maria Mercedes Seidler, The Regulation of Gathering in a Federal System, 15 Energy L.J. 405 (1994)).  

Michael G. Henry, Getting More out of This "Relationship": Re-Examining FERC’s Generator Interconnection Authority to Help More Renewable Resources Interconnect Under FERC’s Interconnection Policy, 2 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 311 (2007) (citing Mary Ann Ralls, Congress Got It Right: There's No Need to Mandate Renewable Portfolio Standards, 27 Energy L.J. 451 (2006)).

Richard B. Herzog, Nicholas W. Fels, Offsets Under S111 of the Clean Air Act: The Inconvenient Need for Additionality and the Role of Super-Categories, 43 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10257 (2013) (citing Robert R. Nordhaus, Modernizing the Clean Air Act: Is There Life After 40?, 33 Energy L.J. 365 (2012)).

Peter Hettich, Governance by Mutual Benchmarking in Postal Markets: How State-Owned Enterprises May Induce Private Competitors to Observe Policy Goals, 32 U. Dayton L. Rev. 199 (2007) (citing Harvey L. Reiter, Competition Between Public and Private Distributors in a Restructured Power Industry, 19 Energy L. J. 333 (1998)).

Jonathan Hibshman, Utilizing Wind Power to Offset Agribusiness Utility Costs, 12 Drake J. Agric. L. 475, 492+ (2007) (citing Darrell Blakeway and Carol Brotman White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393 (2005)).

Jonathan Hibshman, Utilizing Wind Power to Offset Agribusiness Utility Costs, 12 Drake J. Agric. L. 475, 492+ (2007) (citing Michael D. Hornstein & J.S. Gebhart Stoermer, The Energy Policy Act of 2005: PURPA Reform, the Amendments and their Implications, 27 Energy L.J. 25 (2006)).

Jonathan Hibshman, Utilizing Wind Power to Offset Agribusiness Utility Costs, 12 Drake J. Agric. L. 475, 492 (2007) (citing Mary Ann Ralls, Congress Got it Right: There’s No Need to Mandate Renewable Portfolio, 27 Energy L.J. 451 (2006)).

Jonathan G. Hieneman, Note and Comment, The Shrinking Reach of the Commerce Power: Is Wetland Jurisdiction in Danger?,10 J. Nat. Resources & Envtl. L. 341 (1994-5) (citing Stephen J. Stokes, Note, The Limit of Government's Regulatory Authority over Non-Adjacent Wetlands: Hoffman Homes, Inc. v. EPA, 15 Energy L.J. 137 (1994)).

Megan Higgins, Is Marine Renewable Energy a Viable Industry in the United States? Lessons Learned from the 7th Marine Law Symposium, 14 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. 562 (2009) (citing Hon. Jon Wellinghoff, James Pederson & David L. Morenoff, Facilitating Hydrokinetic Energy Development Through Regulatory Innovation, 29 Energy L. J. 397 (2008)).

Michael Hill, NEPA at the Limits of Risk Assessment: Whether to Discuss a Potential Terrorist Attack on a Nuclear Power Plant Under the National Environmental Policy Act, 78 Fordham L. Rev. 3007 (2010) (citing Roland M. Frye, Jr., The Current “Nuclear Renaissance” in the United States, Its Underlying Reasons, and Its Potential Pitfalls, 29 Energy L.J. 279 (2008)).

Jordan Jay Hillman & Ronald Braeutigam, Price Level Regulation Based on Inflation Is Not an Attractive Alternative to Profit Level Regulation: A Review of Price Level Regulation for Diversified Public Utilities,84 Nw. U. L. Rev. 665 (1990) (book review) (citing Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988); Griggs, Competitive Bidding and Independent Power Producers: Is Deregulation Coming to the Electric Utility Industry? 9 Energy L.J. 415 (1988); Hoecker, "Used and Useful": Autopsy of a Ratemaking Policy, 8 Energy L.J. 303 (1987)). 

Rachel A. Hird, Thomas W. Wälde and Fair and Equitable Treatment, 27 No. 3 J. Energy & Nat. Res. L. 377 (2009) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

Wade A. Hoefling, Gas Balancing Problems in a Deregulated Market: Changes and Possible Solutions Under Oklahoma Law,25 Tulsa L.J. 63 (1989) (citing Griggs, Restructuring the Natural Gas Industry: Order No. 436 and Other Regulatory Initiatives, 7 Energy L.J. 71 (1986)). 

Dolly Hoffman & Jeffrey R. Seaman, Note, A Pragmatic Solution to a  Complex Dilemma: A Fundamental Approach to Resolving the Conflict Between CERCLA and the Bankruptcy Code, 4 Am. Bankr. Inst. L. Rev. 243 (1996) (citing Kelly S. Hunter, Note, Defining the Scope of Lender Liability After Kelly v. EPA: Who Will Have Safe Harbor?, 16 Energy L.J. 159 (1995)).  

Nathan R. Hoffman, The Feasibility of Applying Strict-Liability Principles to Carbon Capture and Storage, 49 Washburn L.J. 527 (2010) (citing Jeffrey W. Moore, The Potential Law of On-Shore Geologic Sequestration of CO2 Captured from Coal-Fired Power Plants, 28 Energy L.J. 443 (2007)).

Brandon Hofmeister, Bridging the Gap: Using Social Psychology to Design Market Interventions to Overcome the Energy Efficiency Gap in Residential Energy Markets, 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 1 (2010) (citing Jeff. D. Makholm, Decoupling for Energy Distributors: Changing 19th Century Tariff Structures to Address 21st Century Energy Markets, 29 Energy L.J. 157 (2008)).

Major Frank D. Hollifield, Yet Another Industry on the Taxpayer-Subsidized Dole: Why Section 8093 of the Continuing Authorization Act of 1988 (40 U.S.C. S 591) Should Be Repealed, 65 A.F. L. Rev. 187 (2010) (citing Ajay Gupta, Tracking Stranded Costs, 21 Energy L. J. 113 (2000); Gregory N. Basheda, et al., The FERC, Stranded Cost Recovery, and Municipalization, 19 Energy L.J. 351 (1998)).

Kendall Hollrah, Learning to Live Together: Exploring Interactions Between Bankruptcy Law and Energy Law, 42 Hous. L. Rev. 529, 564 (2005) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets to Set Electric Rates? 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003)).

Lynne Holt et al., (When) to Build or Not to Build?: The Role of Uncertainty in Nuclear Power Expansion, 3 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 174 (2008) (citing William J. Baumol & J. Gregory Sidak, The Pig in the Python: Is Lumpy Capacity Investment Used and Useful?, 23 Energy L.J. 383 (2002)).

Jennifer Skougard Horne, Note, Getting from Here to There: Devising an Optimal Regulatory Model for CO2 Transport in a New Carbon Capture and Sequestration Industry, 30 J. Land Res. & Envtl. L. 357 (2010) (citing Robert R. Nordhaus & Emily Pitlick, Carbon Dioxide Pipeline Regulation, 30 Energy L.J. 85 (2009); Philip M. Marston & Patricia A. Moore, From EOR to CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L.J. 421 (2008); Christopher J. Barr, Growing Pains: FERC's Response to Challenges to the Development of Oil Pipeline Infrastructure, 28 Energy L.J. 43, 44 (2007); Leonard L. Coburn, The Case for Petroleum Pipeline Deregulation, 3 Energy L.J. 225 (1982)).

Donald T. Hornstein, Resiliency, Adaptation, and the Upsides of Ex Post Lawmaking, 89 N.C. L. Rev. 1549 (2011) (citing Richard D. Cudahy & William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise and Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Michael D. Hornstein & J.S. Gebhard Soermer, The Energy Policy Act of 2005: PURPA Reform, the Amendments, and Their Implications, 27 Energy L.J. 25 (2006) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. 419 (1995)).

 

Allan Horwich, Warnings to the Unwary: Multi-Jurisdictional Federal Enforcement of Manipulation and Deception in the Energy Markets After the Energy Policy Act of 2005, 27 Energy L.J. 363, 422 (2006) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, And the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005)).

Allan Horwich, Warnings to the Unwary: Multi-Jurisdictional Federal Enforcement of Manipulation and Deception in the Energy Markets After the Energy Policy Act of 2005, 27 Energy L.J. 363, 422+ (2006) (citing James G. Bohn, Securities Litigation in the Utility Sector, 26 Energy L.J. 473 (2005)).

Joshua J. Houser, Supplying the Light at the End of the Tunnel: Using State-Level Experience to Develop Federal-Level Renewable Energy Policy, 19 Southeastern Envtl. L.J. 153 (2010) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008); Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L.J. 79, 103 (2008)).

Laura Householder, Have We All Gone Batty? The Need for A Better Balance Between the Conservation of Protected Species and the Development of Clean Renewable Energy, 36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 807 (2012) (citing John Arnold McKinsey, Regulating Avian Impacts Under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Other Laws: The Wind Industry Collides with One of Its Own, The Environmental Protection Movement, 28 Energy L.J. 71 (2007)).

Herbert Hovenkamp, The Takings Clause And Improvident Regulatory Bargains, 108 Yale L.J. 801 (1999) (book review) (citing Daniel F. Spulber, Pricing and the Incentive to Invest in Pipelines After Great Lakes, 15 Energy L.J. 377 (1994)).

Bruce R. Huber, How Did Rggi Do It? Political Economy and Emissions Auctions, 40 Ecology L.Q. 59 (2013) (citing John T. Miller Jr., Conscripting State Regulatory Authorities in a Federal Electric Rate Regulatory Regime: A Goal of PURPA Partially Realized, 4 Energy L.J. 77 (1983)).

Andrew G. Humphrey, Comment, Antitrust Jurisdiction and Remedies in an Electric Utility Price Squeeze, 52 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1090 (1985) (citing Pace & Landon, Introducing Competition Into the Electric Utility Industry: An Economic Appraisal, 3 Energy L.J. 1 (1982)).  

David J. Hurlbut, Multistate Decision Making for Renewable Energy and Transmission: An Overview, 81 U. Colo. L. Rev. 677 (2010) (citing Clinton A. Vince & John S. Moot, Federal Preemption Versus State Utility Regulation in a Post Mississippi Era, 10 Energy L.J. 1 (1989)).

Matthew Hutton & Thomas Hutton, Legal and Regulatory Impediments to Vehicle-to-Grid Aggregation, 36 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 337 (2012) (citing Debbie Swanstrom & Meredith M. Jolivert, DOE Transmission Corridor Designations & FERC Backstop Siting Authority: Has the Energy Policy Act of 2005 Succeeded in Stimulating the Development of New Transmission Facilities, 30 Energy L. J. 415 (2009); Ronald E. Minsk et al., Plugging Cars into the Grid: Why the Government Should Make a Choice, 30 Energy L.J. 317 (2009)).

Mark A. Imbrogno, Pipedream to Pipeline: Ownership of Kentucky's Subterranean Pore Space for Use in Carbon Capture and Sequestration, 49 U. Louisville L. Rev. 291 (2010) (citing Philip M. Marston & Patricia A. Moore, From EOR to CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L.J. 421 (2008)).

Allan Ingelson et al., Long-Term Liability for Carbon Capture and Storage in Depleted North American Oil and Gas Reservoirs - A Comparative Analysis, 31 Energy L.J. 431 (2010) (citing Philip Marston & Patricia Moore, From EOR To CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L.J. 421 (2008)).

25 J. Nat'l A. Admin. L. Judges 269, 322+ (2005), Administrative Sovereignty: Expanding the Scope of Federal Agency Enforcement Powers in Alaska v. Environmental Protection Agency, (citing Bonnie Bridges, Note, Using Alaska v. EPA to Unmask Clean Air Act, 25 Energy L.J. 431 (2004)).

Rachael M. Jackson, Responding to Threats of Bankruptcy Abuse in a Post-Enron World: Trusting the Bankruptcy Judge as the Guardian of Debtor Estates, 2005 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 451 (2005) (citing Ralph R. Mabey & Patrick S. Malone, Chapter 11 Reorganization of Utility Companies, 22 Energy L.J. 277 (2001)).

Patrick R. Jacobi, Renewable Portfolio Standard Generator Applicability Requirements: How States Can Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Dormant Commerce Clause, 30 Vt. L. Rev. 1079 (2006) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Electricity Crisis: How Best to Respond to the “Perfect Storm,” 22 Energy L.J. 65 (2001)).

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Gregory C. Jantz, Incentives for Electric Generation Infrastructure Development, 2 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 373 (2007) (citing Darrell Blakeway & Carol Brotman White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393 (2005)).

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Patricia Ross McCubbin, China and Climate Change: Domestic Environmental Needs, Differentiated International Responsibilities, and Rule of Law Weaknesses, 3 Envt'l & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 200 (2008) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

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Steve McKinney, Electricity, 9 Spring Nat. Resources & Env’t 61 (1995) (reviewing Hon. R.J. Cudahy, Retail Wheeling: Is This Revolution Necessary?, 15 Energy L.J. 351 (1994)). 

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Miranda K. Peterson, Tenth Circuit Survey Oil & Gas Law, 75 Denv. U. L. Rev. 1031 (1998) (citing Stacy L. Leeds, Southern Ute Indian Tribe v. Amoco Production Company: Judicial Construction of Coalbed Methane Gas Ownership, 17 Energy L.J. 489, 490 (1996); Donald F. Santa & Patricia J. Beneke, Federal Natural Gas Policy and the Energy Policy Act of 1992, 14 Energy L.J. 1 (1993)).  

Jeffrey M. Petrash, Long-Term Natural Gas Contracts: Dead, Dying, or Merely Resting?, 27 Energy L.J. 545, 565 (2006) (citing William J. Baumol and J. Gregory Sidak, The Pig in the Python: Is Lumpy Capacity Investment Used and Useful, 23 Energy L.J. 383 (2002)).

Jeffrey M. Petrash, Long-Term Natural Gas Contracts: Dead, Dying, or Merely Resting?, 27 Energy L.J. 545, 582 (2006) (citing Report of the Natural Gas Committee, 25 Energy L.J. 217 (2004)).

David G. Pettinari, Comment, You Can't Always Get What You Want--Will Two Recent State Court Decisions Tarnish The Political Promise Of Electricity Industry Deregulation?, 76 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 501  (1999) (citing Peter Navarro, A Guidebook and Research Agenda for Restructuring the Electricity Industry, 16 Energy L.J. 347 (1995); Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. 419 (1995);     Clinton A. Vince & John S. Moot, Federal Preemption Versus State Utility Regulation In A Post-Mississippi Era, 10 Energy L.J. 1 (1989)).

Rachel Warnick Petty, A Light in the Darkness: The Case for Judicial Antitrust Enforcement in the Electric Wholesale Industry, 5 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 55 (2010) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets to Set Electric Rates?, 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003)).

Todd Edward Pettys, Making The Government Pay:  The Application Of The Equal Access To Justice Act In Eeoc V. Clay Printing Company, 72 N.C. L. Rev. 1575 (1994) (citing Steele, Note, Liability for Attorneys' Fees Under the Equal Access to Justice Act --Raton Gas Transmission Co. v. FERC, 11 Energy L.J. 297 (1990)).

David E. Pierce, An Analytical Approach To Drafting Assignments,  44 Sw. L.J. 943 (1990) (citing Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).  

Jason Pierce, A South American Energy Treaty: How the Region Might Attract Foreign Investment in a Wake of Resource Nationalism, 44 Cornell Int'l L.J. 417 (2011) (citing Jay G. Martin, Venezuela as an Opportunity for Investment in the Petroleum Industry, 20 Energy L.J. 325 (1999)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The Past, Present, and Future of Energy Regulation, 31 Utah Envtl. L. Rev. 291 (2011) (citing John T. Miller, Jr., Conscripting State Regulatory Authorities in a Federal Electric Rate Regulatory Scheme: A Goal of PURPA Partially Realized, 4 Energy L.J. 77 (1983); Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry From Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The Inherent Limits On Judicial Control Of Agency Discretion: The D.C. Circuit And The Nondelegation Doctrine, 52 Admin. L. Rev. 63 (2000 (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J., 11 (1988)).

Richard J. Pierce Jr., Small Is Not Beautiful: The Case Against Special Regulatory Treatment Of Small Firms,  50 Admin. L. Rev. 537 (1998) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Antitrust Policy in the New Electricity Industry, 17 Energy L.J. 29 (1996)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Judicial Review Of Agency Actions In A Period Of Diminishing Agency Resources, 49 Admin. L. Rev. 61 (1997) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and Electricity, 15 Energy L.J. 323  (1994); Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from  Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Rulemaking And The Administrative Procedure Act, 32 Tulsa L.J. 185 (1996) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and Electricity, 15 Energy L.J. 323 (1994); Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The Due Process Counterrevolution Of The 1990s?,   96 Colum. L. Rev. 1973 (1996) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The Evolution Of Natural Gas Regulatory Policy, 10-SUM Nat. Resources & Env't 53 (1995) (citing Richard J. Pierce, The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and Electricity, 15 Energy L.J. 323  (1994)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Intrastate Natural Gas Regulation: An Alternative Perspective, 9 Yale J. on Reg. 407 (1992) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The Unintended Effects Of Judicial Review Of Agency Rules: How Federal Courts Have Contributed To The Electricity Crisis Of The 1990s, 43 Admin. L. Rev. 7 (1991) (citing Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).  

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Public Utility Regulatory Takings:  Should The Judiciary Attempt To Police The Political Institutions?, 77 Geo. L.J. 2031 (1989) (citing Hoecker, 'Used and Useful':  Autopsy of a Ratemaking Policy, 8 Energy L.J. 303 (1987);  Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Two Problems In Administrative Law:  Political Polarity On The District Of Columbia Circuit And Judicial Deterrence Of Agency Rulemaking, 1988 Duke L.J. 300 (1988) (citing Hoecker, 'Used and Useful': Autopsy of a Ratemaking Policy, 8 Energy L.J. 303 (1987)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., State Regulation Of Natural Gas In A Federally Deregulated Market: The Tragedy Of The Commons Revisited, 73 Cornell L. Rev. 15 (1987) (citing Griggs, Restructuring The Natural Gas Industry:  Order No. 436 and Other Regulatory Initiatives, 7 Energy L.J. 71 (1986)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., A Proposal To Deregulate The Market For Bulk Power, 72 Va. L. Rev. 1183 (1986) (citing Pace & Landon,  Introducing Competition into the Electric Utility Industry: An Economic Appraisal, 3 Energy L.J. 1 (1982); Hobelman, The Narragansett Decision and Its Aftermath, 6 Energy L.J. 33 (1985); Miller, Conscripting State Regulatory Authorities in a Federal Electric Rate Regulatory Scheme: A Goal of PURPA Partially Realized, 4 Energy L.J. 77 (1983)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The Role Of Constitutional And Political Theory In Administrative Law, 64 Tex. L. Rev. 469 (1985) (citing Williams, The Proposed Sea-Change in Natural Gas Regulation, 6 Energy L.J. 233 (1985); O'Donnell & Glassman, After the  EPA: What Oil Allocation and Pricing Authorities Remain?, 2 Energy L.J. 33 (1981)).

Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Regulation, Deregulation, Federalism, And Administrative Law: Agency Power To Preempt State Regulation, 46 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 607 (1985) (citing Flax, Has the  Supreme Court Pulled the Rug from Under the FERC's Electric and Natural Gas Regulation?, 4 Energy L.J. 251 (1983); Anderson, The Role of States in Energy Regulation, 4 Energy L.J. 255 (1983); O'Donnell & Glassman, After the EPAA: What Oil Allocation and Pricing Authorities Remain?, 2 Energy L.J. 33 (1981); O'Donnell & Glassman, Constitutional Constructions on State Efforts to Control Oil Supplies and Prices, 5 Energy L.J. 77 (1984)). 

Richard J. Pierce, Jr. , Completing the Process of Restructuring the Electricity Market, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 451, 495+ (2005) (citing William H. Hieronymus, J. Stephen Henderson, and Carolyn A. Berry, Market Power Analysis of the Electricity Generation Sector, 23 Energy L.J. 1 (2002)).

Jamie Gibbs Pleune, Do We CAIR About Cooperative Federalism in the Clean Air Act? , 2006 Utah L. Rev. 537, 572 (2006) (citing U.S. Sen. James M. Inhofe and Frank Fannon, Energy and the Environment: The Future of Natural Gas in America, 26 Energy L.J. 349 (2005)).

John A. Poakeart, Note and Comment, Watt's Going On?: Illuminating New York's Electric Generation Siting Process, 19 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 135 (2001)   (citing Roger Ridlehoover, The Role of Entry in Deregulating Gas and Electricity, 19 Energy L.J. 307 (1998); Robert L. Bradley, Jr., The Origins of Political Electricity: Market failure or Political Opportunism?, 17 Energy L.J. 59 (1996);    Peter Navarro, A Guidebook and Research Agenda for Restructuring the Electricity Industry, 16 Energy L.J. 347, 351 (1995)).

Lucille M. Ponte, Mad Men Posing As Ordinary Consumers: The Essential Role of Self-Regulation and Industry Ethics on Decreasing Deceptive Online Consumer Ratings and Reviews, 12 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 462 (2013) (citing Carolyn Elefant, The “Power” of Social Media: Legal Issues and Best Practices for Utilities Engaging Social Media, 32 Energy L.J. 1 (2011)).

Melissa Powers, Small Is (Still) Beautiful: Designing U.S. Energy Policies to Increase Localized Renewable Energy Generation, 30 Wis. Int'l L.J. 595 (2012) (citing Peter Navarro & Michael Shames, Electricity Deregulation: Lessons Learned from California, 24 Energy L. J. 33 (2003); Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. 419 (1995)).

Practising Law Institute PLI Order No. B0-01JN  November, 2002    Utility Restructuring 2002: Negotiating, Structuring & Documenting the Deal   Drawing Back The Regulatory Curtain: Antitrust Issues And Hypothetical Problems    Ray S. Bolze  part of Public Utility Law (1992-2002). He co-authored Antitrust Law Regulation: A New Focus for a Competitive Energy Industry, 21 Energy L.J. 79 (2000). He participated in a mock courtroom trial at the August 1998 ABA Annual Meeting in Toronto entitled, "Antitrust ...” (Jan. 10, 1996).   See Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113, 113-14, 119-21 (1997). See also Legislative and Oversight Hearing on Antitrust Aspects of Electricity Deregulation Before the House Comm.; John C. Peirce & Linda L. Walsh, Antitrust Law Regulation: A New Focus For a Competitive Energy Industry, 21 Energy L.J. 79 (2000).  

Arjun Prasad, Forward-Looking Improvements to Licensing the Next Generation of Nuclear Reactors, 2 Am. U. Bus. L. Rev. 209 (2012) (citing Roland M. Frye, Jr., The Current ‘Nuclear Renaissance’ in the United States, Its Underlying Reasons, and Its Potential Pitfalls, 29 Energy L.J.279, 338 (2008)).

Robert A. Prentice, and David B. Spence, Sarbanes-Oxley As Quack Corporate Governance: How Wise Is The Received Wisdom?, 95 Geo. L.J. 1843, 1909+ (2007) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy and William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise And Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Robert Prentice, The Inevitability of a Strong SEC, 91 Cornell L. Rev. 775, 839 (2006) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy and William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise And Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Meredith M. Price, The Proper Application of Daubert to Expert Testimony in Class Certification, 16 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1349 (2012) (citing Brooks E. Harlow & Roy W. Spencer, An Inconvenient Burden of Proof? CO2 Nuisance Plaintiffs Will Face Challenges in Meeting the Daubert Standard, 32 Energy L.J. 459 (2011)).

George W. Pring & Brian S.W. Tobias, International Environmental Law And World Order, 23 Denv. J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 599 (1995) (book review) (citing William A. Mogel, Book Review: International Environmental Law and World Order, 16 Energy L.J.

A.C. Pritchard & Robert B. Thompson, Securities Law and the New Deal Justices, 95 Va. L. Rev. 841 (2009) (citing Richard D. Cudahy & William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise And Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Garrick B. Pursley & Hannah J. Wiseman, Local Energy, 60 Emory L.J. 877 (2011) (citing Susan Kelly & Elise Caplan, Time for a Day 1.5 Market: A Proposal to Reform RTO-Run Centralized Wholesale Electricity Markets, 29 Energy L.J. 491 (2008)).

Michael T. Pyle, Note, Beyond Fish Ladders:  Dam Removal As A Strategy For Restoring America's River, 14 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 97 (1995) (citing John D. Echeverria, The Electric Consumers Protection Act of 1986, 8 Energy L.J. 61 (1987)).

Xin Qiu, Honglin Li, Energy Regulation and Legislation in China, 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10678 (2012) (citing Mark Newton Lowry & Lawrence Kaufmann, Performance-Based Regulation of Utilities, 23 Energy L.J. 399 (2002)).

Elias L. Quinn & Adam L. Reed, Envisioning The Smart Grid: Network Architecture, Information Control, and the Public Policy Balancing Act, 81 U. Colo. L. Rev. 833 (2010) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008)).

Bruce W. Radford, Two Hands Clapping, 148 NO. 4 Pub. Util. Fort. 17 (2010) (citing J. Wellinghoff and D. Morenoff, Recognizing the Importance of Demand Response: The Second Half of the Wholesale Electric Market Equation, 28 Energy L.J. 389 (2007)).

R.S. Radford, J. David Breemer,  The Significance And Proper Role Of Investment-Backed Expectations In Regulatory Takings Law , American Law Institute - American Bar Association Continuing Legal Education  May 3, 2001  -  Inverse Condemnation and Related Government Liability Law and Regulation, SE88 (May-June, 2000). (citing Paul Turner & Sam Kalen, Takings and Beyond: Implications for Regulation, 19 Energy L.J. 25 (1998)).

R. S. Radford & J. David Breemer, Great Expectations: Will Palazzolo V. Rhode Island Clarify The Murky Doctrine Of Investment-Backed Expectations In Regulatory Takings Law?, 9 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 449 (2001) (citing Paul Turner & Sam Kalen, Takings and Beyond: Implications for Regulation, 19 Energy L.J. 25 (1998)).

Adam Gardner Rankin, Geologic Sequestration of CO2: How EPA’s Proposal Falls Short, 49 Nat. Resources J. 883 (2009) (citing Philip M. Marston & Patricia A. Moore, From EOR to CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L.J. 421 (2008); Jeffrey W. Moore, The Potential Law of On-Shore Geologic Sequestration of CO2 Captured from Coal-Fired Power Plants, 28 Energy L.J. 443 (2007)).

Elizabeth A. Ransom, Wind Power Development on the United States Outer Continental Shelf: Balancing Efficient Development and Environmental Risks in the Shadow of the OCSLA, 31 B.C. Envtl. Aff. L. Rev. 465 (2004) (citing Carolyn Elefant, Ocean Energy Development in the 1990s, 14 Energy L.J. 335 (1993)).

Geoffrey Rapp, Beyond Protection: Invigorating Incentives for Sarbanes-Oxley Corporate and Securities Fraud Whistleblowers , 87 B.U. L. Rev. 91, 156 (2007) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy and William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise And Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Lee A. Rau, Symposium, Open Access In The Power Industry: Competition, Cooperation, And Policy Dilemmas, 64 Antitrust L.J. 279 (1996) (citing Floyd L. Norton IV & Mark R. Spivak, The Wholesale Service Obligation of Electric Utilities, 6 Energy L.J. 179 (1985); Joe D. Pace & John H. Landon, Introducing Competition into the Electric Utility Industry: An ...,, also Joe D. Pace & John H. Landon, Introducing Competition into the Electric Utility Industry: An Economic Appraisal, 3 Energy L.J. 1 (1982)).

Brendan J. Reed, Private Equity Partial Acquisitions: Towards a New Antitrust Paradigm, 5 Va. L. & Bus. Rev. 303 (2010) (citing Raymond S. Hartman, The Efficiency Effects of Electric Utility Mergers: Lessons from Statistical Cost Analysis, 17 Energy. L.J. 425 (1996)).

LaVonda N. Reed-Huff, Dirty Dishes, Dirty Laundry, and Windy Mills: A Framework for Regulation of Clean Energy Devices, 40 Envtl. L. 859 (2010) (citing Matthew Holden, Jr., Energy Policy and the Obama Administration: Some Choices and Challenges, 30 Energy L.J. 405 (2009)).

Hadassah M. Reimer & Sandra A. Snodgrass, Tortoises, Bats, and Birds, Oh My: Protected-Species Implications for Renewable Energy Projects, 46 Idaho L. Rev. 545 (2010) (citing John Arnold McKinsey, Regulating Avian Impacts Under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and Other Laws: The Wind Industry Collides With One of Its Own, the Environmental Protection Movement, 28 Energy L.J. 71 (2007)).

William T. Reisinger, Federal and State Renewable Portfolio Standards: Conflict or Harmony?, 41 U. Tol. L. Rev. 877 (2010) (citing Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L.J. 79 (2008)).

William T. Reisinger et al., Reconciling King Coal and Climate Change: A Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 11 Vt. J. Envtl L. 1 (2009) (citing Philip M. Marston & Patricia A. Moore, From EOR to CCS: The Evolving Legal and Regulatory Framework for Carbon Capture and Storage, 29 Energy L.J. 421 (2008)).

Arnold W. Reitze, Jr., Electric Power in a Carbon Constrained World, 34 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 821 (2010) (citing EBA Climate Change Primer: Financing a Renewable Project, 29 Energy L.J. 195 (2008)).

Stacy Rentner, Note, Venezuela: How a Hydrocarbons Law Crippled an Oil Giant, 27 H astings I nt’l & C omp. L. R ev. 351 (2004) (citing Jay G. Martin, Venezuela as an Opportunity for Investment in the Petroleum Industry, 20 Energy L.J. 325, 328 (1999)).

Robert Ressetar, The Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository From a Federalism Perspective, 23 J. L and R esources & Envtl. L. 219 (2003) (citing Scott R. Helton, The Legal Problems of Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal, 23 Energy L.J. 179, 185 (2002)).

Robert Ressetar, The Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository From A Federalism Perspective, 23 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 219, (2003) (citing Scott R. Helton, The Legal Problems of Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal, 23 Energy L.J. 179 (2002)).

Robert Ressetar, The Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository from a Federalism Perspective, 23 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 219, 240 (2003) (citing Scott R. Helton, Comment, The Legal Problems of Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal, 23 Energy L.J. 179 (2002)).

Restructuring of the Electric Industry 2008 Annual Report, 2008 ABA Env't, Energy, & Res. L.: Year in Rev. 296 (2008) (citing Susan Kelly & Elise Caplan, Time for a Day 1.5 Market: A Proposal to Reform RTO-Run Centralized Wholesale Electricity Markets, 29 Energy L.J. 491 (2008)).

Gregory J. Rigano, The Solution to the United States' Energy Troubles Is Blowing in the Wind, 39 Hofstra L. Rev. 201 (2011) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007); Jacob Dweck, David Wochner & Michael Brooks, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Litigation After the Energy Policy Act of 2005: State Powers in LNG Terminal Siting, 27 Energy L.J. 473 (2006)).

Christopher Riti, Three Sheets to the Wind: The Renewable Energy Production Tax Credit, Congressional Political Posturing, and an Unsustainable Energy Policy, 27 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 783 (2010) (citing Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L. J. 79 (2008); Mary Ann Ralls, Congress Got It Right: There's No Need to Mandate Renewable Portfolio Standards, 27 Energy L.J. 451 (2006)).

Stuart M. Reynolds, Jr., The Relationship Of Antitrust Laws To Regulated Industries And Intellectual Property In The New Marketplace, 4 Tul. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 1  (2002) (citing Ray S. Bolze et al., Antitrust Law Regulation: A New Focus for a Competitive Energy Industry, 21 Energy L.J. 79 (2000)). 

John E. Rhea, Privatization In the International Petroleum Industry: The Interplay Between Politics, Economics, and Reliance, 33 Denv. J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 609, 639+ (2005) (citing Alastair R. Lucas, Canada’s Role in United States Oil and Gas Supply and Security: Oil Sands, Arctic Gas, NAFTA and Canadian Kyoto Protocol Impacts , 25 Energy L.J. 403 (2004)).

Alan I. Robbins  Stacy D. Gould, Symposium, Traditional Municipalization And Duplication Of Facilities Cases: Backround, Facts, And Status 37 Nat. Resources J. 155 (1997) (citing Robert L. Bradley, Jr., The Origins of Political Electricity: Market Failure or Political Opportunism?, 17 Energy L.J. 59 (1996), (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and Electricity, 15 Energy L.J., 323 (1994)).

Cassandra Burke Robertson, Bringing The Camel Into The Tent: State And Federal Power Over Electricity Transmission, 49 Clev. St. L. Rev. 71 (2001) (citing William H. Penniman & Paul B. Turner, A Jurisdictional Clash Over Electricity Transmission: Northern States Power v. FERC, 20 Energy L.J. 205, 216 (1999)). 

Sam Robinson, So Much up in the Air: The Carbon Dioxide Debate and Coal Plant Permitting in Virginia, 35 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 269 (2010) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008)).

Joshua Z. Rokach, 16-WTR Nat. Resources & Env't 183 (2002), The Invisible Hand Will Secure The Electric Grid  (citing Hon. Curt L. Hébert, Jr., Q uest for an Inventive Utility Regulatory Agenda, 19 ENERGY L.J.. 1 (1998)).

Joshua Z. Rokach, Structuring Against The Backdrop Of Deregulation: The Federal Power Act, Practicing Law Institute  PLI Order No. B0-00BX  October, 1999  (citing C.L. Hébert, Jr., The Quest for an Inventive Utility Agenda, 19 Energy L.J. 1, 13-19 (1998)).

Joshua Z. Rokach, Structuring Against The Backdrop Of Deregulation: The Federal Power Act, Practicing Law Institute  PLI Order No. B0-003B, October, 1998  (citing Curt L. Hébert, Jr. The Quest for an Inventive Utility Agenda, 19 Energy L.J. 1 (1998)).

Joshua Z. Rokach, Antitrust In The Electric Utility Industry: Regional Transmission Groups, 14 J.L. & Com. 39 (1994) (citing Thomas K. Gump, Antitrust Aspects of The ITCF's New Parallel Flow Discussions, 15 Energy L.J. 123 (1994); Joshua Z. Rokach, Transmission Pricing Under The Federal Power Act: Applying a Market Screen , 14 Energy L.J. 95 (1993)). 

David L. Roland, Comment, Take-Or-Pay Provisions: Major Problems For The Natural Gas Industry, 18 St. Mary's L.J. 251 (1986) (citing Adair & Bloom, Flexible Pricing and Other Partial Solutions to the Problems Faced by Gas Distributors, 4 Energy L.J. 239 (1983); Adair & Bloom, Flexible Pricing and Other Partial Solutions to the Problems Faced by Gas Distributors, 4 Energy L.J. 239 (1983) ; Williams, The Proposed Sea-Change in Natural Gas Regulation, 6 ENERGY L.J. 233 (1985)).

Claire R. Rollor, Logic, Not Evidence, Supports A Change in Expert Testimony Standards: Why Evidentiary Standards Promulgated by the Supreme Court for Scientific Expert Testimony Are Inappropriate and Inefficient When Applied in Patent in, 8 J. Bus. & Tech. L. 313 (2013) (citing Citing: Brooks E. Harlow & Roy W. Spencer, An Inconvenient Burden of Proof? CO2 Nuisance Plaintiffs Will Face Challenges in Meeting the Daubert Standard, 32 Energy L.J. 459 (2011)).

Allison Rose, Mending the Fracture: Bringing Parties Together on High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing Through Alternative Dispute Resolution, 5 Ky. J. Equine, Agric. & Nat. Resources L. 33 (2013) (citing James M. Inhofe & Frank Fannon, Energy and the Environment: The Future of Natural Gas in America, 26 Energy L.J. 349 (2005)).

Susan Rose-Ackerman & Jim Rossi, Disentangling Deregulatory Takings, 86 Va. L. Rev. 1435 (2000) (citing Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and "Takings," 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989)).  

Issachar Rosen-Zvi, You Are Too Soft!: What Can Corporate Social Responsibility Do for Climate Change?, 12 Minn. J. L. Sci. & Tech. 527 (2011) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

Jim Rossi, Antitrust Process and Vertical Deference: Judicial Review of State Regulatory Inaction, 93 Iowa L. Rev. 185 (2007) (citing Donald F. Santa, Jr., Who Needs What, and Why? Reporting and Disclosure Requirements in Emerging Competitive Electricity Markets, 21 Energy L.J. 1 (2000); Ray S. Bolze et al., Antitrust Law Regulation: A New Focus for a Competitive Energy Industry, 21 Energy L.J. 79 (2000)).

Jim Rossi, John Burrit McArthur, Anti-Trust in the New [De]Regulated Natural Gas Industry, 18 Energy L.J. 1 (1997), 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 617 (2005) (citing John Burrit McArthur, Anti-Trust in the New [De]Regulated Natural Gas Industry, 18 Energy L.J. 1 (1997)).

Jim Rossi, Lowering the Filed Tariff Shield: Judicial Enforcement for a Deregulatory Era, 56 Vand. L. Rev. 1591 (2003) (citing Donald F. Santa, Jr., Who Needs What, and Why? Reporting and Disclosure Obligations in Emerging Competitive Electricity Markets, 21 Energy L.J. 1 (2000)).

Jim Rossi, Political Bargaining and Judicial Intervention in Constitutional and Antitrust Federalism, 83 Wash. U. L.Q. 521 (2005) (citing John Burrit McArthur, Anti-trust in the New [De]Regulated Natural Gas Industry, 18 Energy L.J. 1 (1997)).

Jim Rossi, The Limits of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard, 42 Conn. L. Rev. 1425 (2010) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008); Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L.J. 79, 81 (2008)).

Jim Rossi, The Political Economy of Energy and Its Implications for Climate Change Legislation, 84 Tul. L. Rev. 379 (2009) (citing Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and “Takings”, 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989)).

Jim Rossi, The Shaky Political Economy Foundation of a National Renewable Electricity Requirement, 2011 U. Ill. L. Rev. 361 (2011) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008); Robert J. Michaels, National Renewable Portfolio Standard: Smart Policy or Misguided Gesture?, 29 Energy L.J. 79 (2008)).

Jim Rossi, The Trojan Horse of Electric Power Transmission Line Siting Authority, 39 Envtl. L. 1015 (2009) (citing Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008); Susan Kelly & Elise Caplan, Time for a Day 1.5 Market: A Proposal to Reform RTO-Run Centralized Wholesale Electricity Markets, 29 Energy L.J. 491 (2008)).

Jim Rossi, The Electric Deregulation Fiasco: Looking To Regulatory Federalism To Promote A Balance Between Markets And The Provision Of Public Goods, 100 Mich. L. Rev. 1768 (2002) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Electricity Crisis: How Best to Respond to the "Perfect Storm," 22 Energy L.J. 65, 71 (2001); Nicholas W. Fels & Frank R. Lindh, Lessons from the California "Apocalypse:" Jurisdiction Over Electric Utilities, 22 Energy L.J. 1 (2001)).

Jim Rossi, The Irony Of Deregulatory Takings Deregulatory Takings And The Regulatory Contract: The Competitive Transformation Of Network Industries In The United States, 77 Tex. L. Rev. 297 (1998) (book review) (citing Peter Navarro, A Guidebook and Research Agenda for Restructuring the Electricity Industry, 16 Energy L.J. 347 (1995); Walter R. Hall II, Securitization and Stranded Cost Recovery, 18 Energy L.J. 363  (1997); Michael A. Swiger et al., Paying for the Change: Can the FERC Force Dam Decommissioning at Relicensing?, 17 Energy L.J. 163 (1996)).

Jim Rossi, Clean Energy and the Price Preemption Ceiling, 3 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 243 (2012) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. 419 (1995); Hon. Jon Wellinghoff & David L. Morenoff, Recognizing the Importance of Demand Response: The Second Half of the Wholesale Electric Market Equation, 28 Energy L.J. 389 (2007)).

Jim Rossi, The Common Law "Duty To Serve" And Protection Of Consumers In An Age Of Competitive Retail Public Utility Restructuring, 51 Vand. L. Rev. 1233 (1998) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, Retail Wheeling: Is This Revolution Necessary?, 15 Energy L.J. 351 (1994);  Wholesale Customer Loads in a Competitive Environment: The Obligation to Provide Wholesale Service Under the Federal Power Act, 8 Energy L.J. 237 (1987); Floyd Norton & Mark Spivak, The Wholesale Service Obligation of Electric Utilities, 6 Energy L.J. 179 (1985)).

Jim Rossi, Making Policy Through The Waiver Of Regulations At The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 47 Admin. L. Rev. 255 (1995) (citing P. Noland & William H. Penniman, The FERC Adjustments Process Under Section 502(c) of the Natural Gas Policy Act, 1 Energy L.J. 79 (1980); Kiplyn R. Farmer, Note, FERC Waiver of the Filed Rate Doctrine: Some Suggested Principles, 9 Energy L.J. 497 (1988)).  

Jim Rossi, Lessons From The Procedural Politics Of The "Comprehensive" National Energy Policy Act Of 1992, 19 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 195 (1995) (citing Chandler L. Van Orman, The National Energy Strategy--An Illusive Quest for Energy Security, 13 Energy L.J. 251 (1992)).

Jim Rossi & Thomas Hutton, Judge Cudahy and the Deference Tension in United States Energy Law, 29 Yale J. on Reg. 371 (2012) (citing  Richard D. Cudahy, Retail Wheeling: Is This Revolution Necessary?, 25 Energy L.J. 161 (2004); Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. 419 (1995); Michael H. Dworkin & Rachel Aslin Goldwasser, Ensuring Consideration of the Public Interest in the Governance and Accountability of Regional Transmission Organizations, 28 Energy L.J. 543 (2007); Energy Bar Ass'n, Report of the Electric Utility Regulation Committee, 26 Energy L.J. 217 (2005)).

Jim Rossi, Redeeming Judicial Review: The Hard Look Doctrine And Federal Regulatory Efforts To Restructure The Electric Utility Industry, 1994 Wis. L. Rev. 763 (1994) (citing Donald F. Santa, Jr. & Patricia J. Beneke, Federal  Natural Gas Policy and the Energy Policy Act of 1992, 14 Energy L.J. 1 (1993)). 

Jim Rossi, Lowering the Filed Tariff Shield: Judicial Enforcement for a Deregulatory Era, 56 Vand. L. Rev. 1591, 1659 (2003) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets To Set Electric Rates? 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003)).

Jim Rossi, Transmission Siting in Deregulated Wholesale Power Markets: Re-Imagining the Role of Courts In Resolving Federal-State Siting Impasses, 15 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol'y F. 315, 339 (2005) (citing Donald F. Santa, Jr. and Clifford S. Sikora, Open Access and Transition Costs: Will the Electric Industry Transition Track the Natural Gas Industry Restructuring?, 25 Energy L.J. 113 (2004)).

Jim Rossi & Thomas Hutton, Federal Preemption and Clean Energy Floors, 91 N.C. L. Rev. 1283 (2013) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and Electricity, 15 Energy L.J. 323 (1994); Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 25 Energy L.J. 57 (2004); Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. 419 (1995); Richard D. Cudahy & William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise and Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005); Clinton A. Vince & Nancy A. Wodka, Recent Legal Developments and Legislative Trends in Federal Preference Power Marketing, 7 Energy L.J. 1 (1986); Joshua P. Fershee, Changing Resources, Changing Market: The Impact of a National Renewable Portfolio Standard on the U.S. Energy Industry, 29 Energy L.J. 49 (2008); Jon Wellinghoff & David L. Morenoff, Recognizing the Importance of Demand Response: The Second Half of the Wholesale Electric Market Equation, 28 Energy L.J. 389, 393-96 (2007)).

Edan Rotenberg, Energy Efficiency in Regulated and Deregulated Markets, 24 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 259 (2006) (citing John S. Moot, Economic Theories of Regulation and Electricity Restructuring, 25 Energy L.J. 273 (2004)).

Mark A. Rowland, Energy, 56 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 761 (1988) (citing Griggs, Restructuring the Natural Gas Industry:  Order No. 436 and Other Regulatory Initiatives, 7 Energy L.J. 71 (1986)).

John L. Rudy, Limitation of Liability Clauses in Public Utility Tariffs: Is the Rationale for State-Sponsored Indemnity Still Valid?, 52 Buff. L. Rev. 1379, 1398 (2004) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr.,Regional Transmission Organizations: Federal Limitations Needed for Tort Liability, 23 Energy L.J. 63 (2002)).

J.B. Ruhl, Climate Change Adaptation and the Structural Transformation of Environmental Law, 40 Envtl. L. 363 (2010) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

J.B. Ruhl & James Salzman, Climate Change, Dead Zones, and Massive Problems in the Administrative State: A Guide for Whittling Away, 98 Cal. L. Rev. 59 (2010) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema M. Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

J.B. Ruhl & James Salzman, Climate Change Meets the Law of the Horse, 62 Duke L.J. 975 (2013) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

J.B. Ruhl, Harmonizing Commercial Wind Power and the Endangered Species Act Through Administrative Reform, 65 Vand. L. Rev. 1769 (2012) (citing Donald F. Santa, Jr. & Patricia J. Beneke, Federal Natural Gas Policy and the Energy Policy Act of 1992, 14 Energy L.J. 1 (1993)).

Troy A. Rule, Renewable Energy and the Neighbors, 2010 Utah L. Rev. 1223 (2010) (citing Brit T. Brown & Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

J. Keith Russell, Comment, The Time Is Now For Full Privatization Of Peme, 20 Hous. J. Int'l L. 173 (1997) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

33 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 367, 425 (2007), Thirty-Ninth Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology, and the Law, (citing Peter M. Crofton, Emerging Issues Relating to the Burgeoning Hydrogen Economy, 27 Energy L.J. 39 (2006)).

33 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 367, 425 (2007), Thirty-Ninth Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology, and the Law , (citing Prof. Dr. Thomas von Danwitz, Regulation and Liberalization of the European Electricity Market- A German View, 27 Energy L.J. 423 (2006)).

38 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 277, Forty-Third Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law, (2012) (citing Carolyn Elefant, The “Power” of Social Media: Legal Issues & Best Practices For Utilities Engaging Social Media, 32 Energy L.J. 1 (2011)).

Allen L. Rutz, Comment, After The Meter: Energy Products Liability In A Deregulated Environment,  26 Cap. U. L. Rev. 421 (1997) (citing M. Bogardus, From "Command and Control" to Risk Management: The Evolution of the Federal Natural Gas Pipeline Safety Program, 16 Energy L.J. 461 (1995); Robert J. Michaels, Market Power in Electric Utility Mergers: Access, Energy, and the Guidelines, 17 Energy L.J. 401 (1996)).

Noah M. Sachs, Greening Demand: Energy Consumption and U.S. Climate Policy, 19 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol'y F. 295 (2009) (citing Darrell Blakeway & Carol Brotman White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393 (2005)).

Santosh Sagar, A Twenty-First Century Lazarus? The Demise and Possible Rebirth Of FERC Backstop Siting Authority, 37 Ecology L.Q. 693 (2010) (citing Meredith M. Jolivert, DOE Transmission Corridor Designations and FERC Backstop Siting Authority: Has the Energy Policy Act of 2005 Succeeded in Stimulating the Development of New Transmission Facilities?, 30 Energy L.J. 415 (2009)).

Mayuca Salazar, The North American Gas Markets and the Role of Regulatory Agencies (NEB/Canada, FERC/USA, and CRE/Mexico), 2 Tex. J. Oil, Gas & Energy L. 167 (2007) (citing James M. Fannon & Frank Fannon, Energy and the Environment: The Future of Natural Gas in America, 26 Energy L.J. 349 (2005); Richard J. Pierce, The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and Electricity, 15 Energy L.J. 323 (1994)).

Rachael Salcido, Siting Offshore Hydrokinetic Energy Projects: A Comparative Look at Wave Energy Regulation in the Pacific Northwest, 5 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 109 (2011) (citing Jon Wellington, James Pederson & David L. Morenoff, Facilitating Hydrokinetic Energy Development Through Regulatory Innovation, 29 Energy L. J. 397 (2008)).

Patricia E. Salkin, Anderson's American Law of Zoning § 37:9, Renewable Energy-Wind Power (2011) (citing Brit T. Brown and Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007)).

Patricia E. Salkin & Ashira Pelman Ostrow, Cooperative Federalism and Wind: A New Framework for Achieving Sustainability, 37 Hofstra L. Rev. 1049 (2009) (citing Jacob Dweck, David Wochner & Michael Brooks, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Litigation After the Energy Policy Act of 2005: State Powers in LNG Terminal Siting, 27 Energy L.J. 473 (2006)).

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Adam D. Samuels, Reliability Of Natural Gas Service For Captive End-Users Under The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's Order No. 63662, Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 718 (1994) (citing Philip M. Marston, Pipeline Restructuring:  The Future of Open-Access Transportation, 12 Energy L.J. 53 (1991); John W. Griggs, Restructuring the Natural Gas Industry:  Order No. 436 and Other Regulatory Initiatives, 7 Energy L.J. 71 (1986); Robert C. Means & Robert S. Angyal, The Regulation and Future Role of Direct Producer Sales, 5 Energy L.J. 1 (1984)).

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Pieter M. Schenkkan, When And How Should Texas Courts Review Agency Rules?, 47 Baylor L. Rev. 989 (1995) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)). 

Mary Ellen Schill, Note, Refusals To Deal By Single-Firm Monopolists--Should We Rob Peter To Save Paul?,  63 Notre Dame L. Rev. 214 (1988) (citing Bouknight, Aspen Skiing Co. v. Aspen Highlands Skiing--The Conduct Standard Under Section 2 of the Sherman Act, 6 Energy L.J. 275 (1985)). 

Everest Schmidt, A Call for Federalism: The Role of State Government in Federally Controlled Energy Markets, 65 Rutgers L. Rev. 573 (2013) (citing Joseph T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, and the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005)).

Edward J. Schnee and W. Eugene Seago, New Developments Prompt a New Look at Section 118 Contributions to Capital, 108 J. Tax’n 24, 23 (2008) (citing Jackie S. Levinson and Andrew D. Schifrin, Regulatory and Tax Treatment of Electric Interconnection Facilities, 23 Energy L.J. 459 (2002)).

York Schnorbus, Tracking Stock In Germany: Is German Corporate Law Flexible Enough To Adopt American Financial Innovations?, 22 U. Pa. J. Int'l Econ. L. 541  (2001) (citing Ajay Gupta, Tracking Stranded Costs, 21 Energy L.J. 113 (2000)).

Joe Schremmer, Avoidable "Fraccident": An Argument Against Strict Liability for Hydraulic Fracturing, 60 U. Kan. L. Rev. 1215 (2012) (citing James M. Inhofe & Frank Fannon, Energy and the Environment: The Future of Natural Gas in America, 26 Energy L.J. 349 (2005)).

Jeffery  D. Schwartz, The Use Of The Antitrust State Action Doctrine In The Deregulated Electric Utility Industry, 48 Am. U. L. Rev. 1449, (1999) (citing   Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Antitrust Policy in the New Electric Industry, 17 Energy L.J. 29, 29 (1996); Peter Navarro, A Guidebook and Research Agenda for Restructuring the Electricity Industry, 16 Energy L.J. 347 (1995)).

Inara K. Scott, Note, A Model For Alaska: Deregulation In The Far North,  16 Alaska L. Rev. 329 (1999) (citing Stephen Angle & George Cannon, Jr., Independent Transmission Companies: The For-Profit Alternative in Competitive Electric Markets, 19 Energy L.J. 229 (1998)).

Inara Scott, "Dancing Backward in High Heels": Examining and Addressing the Disparate Regulatory Treatment of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resources, 43 Envtl. L. 255 (2013) (citing Michael D. Hornstein & J.S. Gebhart Stoermer, The Energy Policy Act of 2005: PURPA Reform, the Amendments, and Their Implications, 27 Energy L.J. 25 (2006)).

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Mark Seidenfeld, A Syncopated Chevron: Emphasizing Reasoned Decisionmaking In Reviewing Agency Interpretations Of Statutes, 73 Tex. L. Rev. 83 (1994) (citing Jerome Nelson, The Chevron Deference Rule and Judicial Review of FERC Orders, 9 Energy L.J. 59 (1988)).

Charles R. Sensiba, Comment, Who's In Charge Here?  The Shrinking Role Of The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission In Hydropower Relicensing, 70 U. Colo. L. Rev. 603 (1999) (citing Michael A. Swiger et al., Paying for the Change: Can the FERC Force Dam Decommissioning at Relicensing?, 17 Energy L.J. 163 (1996); Melissa Powell, Note, A Case Study for Stakeholders: An Alternative to Traditional Hydroelectric Relicensing, 18 Energy L.J. 405 (1997)).

Thomas Shaffer, The Profession As A Moral Teacher, 18 St. Mary's L.J. 195 (1986) (citing Adair & Bloom, Flexible Pricing and Other Partial Solutions to the Problems Faced by Gas Distributors, 4 Energy L.J. 239 (1983); Williams, The Proposed Sea-Change in Natural Gas Regulation, 6 Energy L.J. 233 (1985)).

Sidney A. Shapiro and Joseph P. Tomain, Rethinking Reform of Electricity Markets, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 497, 543 (2005) (citing John S. Moot, Economic Theories of Regulation and Electricity Restructuring, 25 Energy L.J. 273 (2004)).

 

Courtney Shaw, Note, Uncertain Justice: Liability Of Multinationals Under The Alien Tort Claims Act, 54 Stan. L. Rev. 1359 (2002) (citing Eric Marcks, Avoiding Liability for Human Rights Violations in Project Finance, 22 Energy L.J. 301 (2001)).

Ora R. Sheinson, Note, Lessons From The Jewish Law Of Property Rights For The Modern American Takings Debate, 26 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 483 (2001) (citing Paul Turner and Sam Kalen, Takings and Beyond: Implications for Regulation, 19 Energy L.J. 25 (1998)).

Judy Sheldrew, Note, Shutting The Barn Door Before The Horse Is Stolen: How And Why State Public Utility Commissions Should Regulate Transactions Between A Public Utility And Its Affiliates, 4 Nev. L.J. 164  (2003) (citingPublic Utility Holding Company Act of 1935: The "Old" Federalism and State Regulation of Inter-State Holding Companies, 17 Energy L.J. 343, 343 (1996)). 

Corey Stephen Shoock, Blowing in the Wind: How a Two-Tiered National Renewable Portfolio Standard, a System Benefits Fund, and Other Programs will Reshape American Energy Investment and Reduce Fossil Fuel Externalities, 12 Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law 1011+ (2007) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, And the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005)).

Corey Stephen Shoock, Blowing in the Wind: How a Two-Tiered National Renewable Portfolio Standard, a System Benefits Fund, and Other Programs will Reshape American Energy Investment and Reduce Fossil Fuel Externalities, 12 Fordham J. of Corp. & Fin. L. 1011 (2007) (citing Hon. Richard D. Cudahy and William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise And Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005)).

Corey Stephen Shoock, Blowing in the Wind: How a Two-Tiered National Renewable Portfolio Standard, a System Benefits Fund, and Other Programs will Reshape American Energy Investment and Reduce Fossil Fuel Externalities, 12 Fordham J. of Corp. & Fin. L. 1011 (2007) (citing Michael D. Hornstein and J.S. Gebhart Stoermer, The Energy Policy Act of 2005: PURPA Reform, the Amendments and their Implications, 27 Energy L.J. 25 (2006)).

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John R. Sigety, An Examination of Demand-Side Management in the U.S. Since the Energy Crises of the 1970s, 7 Appalachian Nat. Resources L.J. 1 (2013) (citing Committee Report, Report of the Demand-Side Resources & Smart Grid Committee, 32 Energy L.J. 235 (2011); Committee Report, Report of the Renewable Energy & Demand-Side Management Committee, 31 Energy L.J. 287 (2010)).

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Joseph G. Silver, The Global Partnership: The Final Blow to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime?, 21 N.Y. Int’l L. Rev. 69, 93 (2008) (citing Jonathan A. Lesser, The Used and Useful Test: Implications For a Restructured Electric Industry, 23 Energy L.J. 349 (2002)).

Elesha Simeonov, Just Not Reasonable: What the Ferc's Order on Demand Response Compensation Reveals About the Current Shortfalls in "Just and Reasonable" Rulemaking, 31 Temp. J. Sci. Tech. & Envtl. L. 311 (2012) (citing Susan Kelly & Elise Caplan, Time for a Day 1.5 Market: A Proposal to Reform RTO-Run Centralized Wholesale Electricity Markets, 29 Energy L.J. 491 (2008)).

Joshua B. Simmons, Valuation in Investor-State Arbitration: Toward A More Exact Science, 30 Berkeley J. Int'l L. 196 (2012) (citing Thomas R. Stauffer, Valuation of Assets in International Takings, 17 Energy L.J. 459 (1996))

Patrice Lumumba Simms, On Diversity and Public Policymaking: An Environmental Justice Perspective, 13 Sustainable Dev. L. & Pol'y 14 (2013) (citing Mark W. Ciaravella, Comment, Regulation of Hazardous Air Pollutants Under Section 112 of The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, 15 Energy L.J. 485 (1994)).

Joseph J. Simons, Fixing Price With Your Victim: Efficiency And Collusion With Competitor-Based Formula Pricing Clauses, 17 Hofstra L. Rev. 599 (1989) (citing Hughes, Indefinite Escalators: 1985, Does FERC Have a "Stairway" Down?, 4 Energy L.J. 189 (1983)).

Alexander F. Skirpan, Jr., Plus Ca Change, Plus C'est La Meme Chose: 1990 Amendments To Clean Air Act And Their Impact On Utility Regulation, 55 U. Pitt. L. Rev. 171 (1993) (citing Robert R. Nordhaus, Acid Rain Compliance: Coordination of State and Federal Regulation, 13 Energy L.J. 341 (1992); Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and "Takings", 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989)).

Thomas Smidt III,  Student Writings   United Water New Mexico, Inc. V. New Mexico Public Utility Commission:   Why Rules Governing The Condemnation And Municipalization Of Water Utilities May Not Apply To Electric Utilities, 38 Nat. Resources J. 667 (1989) (citing Michael J. Doane & Daniel F. Spulber, Municipalization: Opportunism and Bypass in Electric Power, 18 Energy L.J. 333 (1997)).

William C. Smith, Save Domestic Oil, Inc.'S Crude Oil Market Dumping Petition: Domestic And International Political Considerations, 8 Tulsa J. Comp. & Int'l L. 147 (2000) (citing Jay G. Martin, Venezuela as an Opportunity for Investment in the Petroleum Industry, 20 Energy L.J. 325 (1999)).

Steven W. Snarr, Deregulation Of Natural Gas Utilities: A Proposal For Legislative Reform In State Utility Regulation, 11 J. Energy Nat. Resources & Envtl. L. 199 (1991) (citing Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988); Tye, Competitive Access: A Comparative Industry Approach to the Essential Facility Doctrine, 8 Energy L.J. 337 (1987)); Hughes & Hall, Substituting Competition for Regulation, 11 Energy L.J. 243 (1990)).

Todd A. Snitchler, Maintaining The Status Quo: Electricity Utility Deregulation Difficulties In Ohio,  49 Clev. St. L. Rev. 647 (2001) (citing Walter R. Hall, II, Securitization and Stranded Cost Recovery, 18 ENERGY L.J. 363 (1998); Jim Rossi, Universal Service in Competitive Retail Electric Power Markets: Whither the Duty to Serve?, 21 ENERGY L.J. 27 (2000); Robert J. Michaels, The Governance of Transmission Operators, 20 ENERGY L.J. 233 (1999)).

John T. Soma, David A. Forkner & Brian P. Jumps, The Essential Facilities Doctrine In The Deregulated Telecommunications Industry, 13 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 565 (1998) (citing William B. Tye, Competitive Access: A Comparative Industry Approach to the Essential Facility Doctrine, 8 Energy L.J. 337 (1987)).

Steven M. Spaeth, The Deregulation Of Transportation And Natural Gas Production In The  United States And Its Relevance To The Soviet Union And Eastern Europe In The 1990's, 12 U. Bridgeport L. Rev. 43 (1991) (citing Shoneman & McConnell, F.E.R.C. Order No. 451: Freedom (Almost) For Old Gas, 7 Energy L.J. 299 (1986); Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Market from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9  Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Steven M. Spaeth, Our Experience Under The Natural Gas Policy Act Of 1978, And Its Relevance To The Natural Gas Wellhead Decontrol Act Of 1989, 12 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 265 (1989/90) (citing Shoneman & McConnell, FERC Order No. 451: Freedom  (Almost) For Old Gas, 7 Energy L.J. 299 (1986); Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Market from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)). 

David B. Spence, Can Law Manage Competitive Energy Markets?, 93 Cornell L. Rev. 765, 817 (2008) (citing Prof. Dr. Thomas von Danwitz, Regulation and Liberalization of the European Electricity Market- A German View, 27 Energy L.J. 423 (2006)).

David B. Spence, Federalism, Regulatory Lags, and the Political Economy of Energy Production, 161 U. Pa. L. Rev. 431 (2013) (citing Lynn Kerr McKay et al., Science and the Reasonable Development of Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Resources in Pennsylvania and New York, 32 Energy L.J., 125 (2011)).

David Spence, The Politics of Electricity Restructuring: Theory Vs. Practice, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 417, 449 (2005) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets To Set Electric Rates? 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003)).

David B. Spence & Robert Prentice, The Transformation of American Energy Markets and the Problem of Market Power, 53 B.C. L. Rev. 131 (2012) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets to Set Electric Rates?, 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003); Craig Pirrong, Energy Market Manipulation: Definition, Diagnosis, and Deterrence, 31 Energy L.J. 1 (2010)).

11-SPG L. & Bus. Rev. Am. 185, Global Corporate Governance And Legal Education (2005) (citing Jonathan D. Schneider, The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Fall of Enron , 25 Energy L.J. 441 (2004) (Book Review )).

Lawrence J. Spiwak, From International Competitive Carrier To The Wto: A Survey Of The Fcc's International Telecommunications Policy Initiatives 1985-1998, 51 Fed. Comm. L.J. 111 (1998) (citing Lawrence J. Spiwak, Is the Price Squeeze Doctrine Still Viable in Fully-Regulated Energy Markets?, 14 Energy L.J. 75 (1993)).

Lawrence J. Spiwak, What Hath Congress Wrought? Reorienting Economic Analysis Of Telecommunications Markets After The 1996 Act, 11-SPG Antitrust 32 (1997) (citing Lawrence J. Spiwak, Is the Price Squeeze Doctrine Still Viable in Fully Regulated Energy Markets?, 14 Energy L.J. 75 (1993)). 

Daniel F. Spulber & Christopher S. Yoo, Access To Networks: Economic And Constitutional Connections, 88 Cornell L. Rev. 885 (2003) (citing William J. Baumol & J. Gregory Sidak, The Pig in the Python: Is Lumpy Capacity Investment Used and Useful?, 23 Energy L.J. 383 (2002); Richard Goldsmith, Utility Rates and "Takings", 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989)).

Daniel F. Spulber and Christopher S. Yoo, On the Regulation of Networks as Complex Systems: A Graph Theory Approach, 99 Nw. U. L. Rev. 1687, 1713 (2005) (citing William J. Baumol and J. Gregory Sidak, The Pig in the Python: Is Lumpy Capacity Investment Used and Useful, 23 Energy L.J. 383 (2002)).

Daniel Spulber and Christopher S. Yoo, Access to Networks: Economic and Constitutional Connections, 88 Cornell L. Rev. 885, 1024 (2003) (citing William J. Baumol and J. Gregory Sidak, The Pig in the Python: Is Lumpy Capacity Investment Used and Useful, 23 Energy L.J. 383 (2002)).

Charles Stalon, et. al., Conference, Harvard Electricity Policy Group: Regulatory Decisionmaking Reform, 8 Admin. L.J. Am. U. 789 (1995) (citing Richard D. Cudahy, Retail Wheeling: Is This Revolution Necessary?, 15 Energy L.J. 351 (1994); William Hogan, Markets in Real Electric Network Require Reactive Prices, 14 Energy L.J. 171 (1993); Richard Pierce, The State of the Transition to Competitive Markets in Natural Gas and Electricity, 15 Energy L.J. 323 (1994)). 

Charles G. Stalon & Reinier H.J.H. Lock, State-Federal Relations In The Economic Regulation Of Energy, 7 Yale J. on Reg. 427 (1990) (citing Vince & Moot, Federal Preemption Versus State Utility Regulation in a Post-Mississippi Era, 10 Energy L.J. 1 (1989); Duffy, Will the Supreme Court Lose Patience with Prudence? 9 Energy L.J. 83 (1988); Ercolano & Lesch,  Narragansett Update: From Washington Gas Light to Nantahala, 7 Energy L.J. 333 (1986); Hobelman, From Washington Gas Light to Nantahala, 7 Energy L.J. 333 (1986); Hobelman, The Narragansett Decision and Its Aftermath, 6 Energy L.J. 33 (1985)).

Laura R. Starling, Comment, Don't Be Shocked!  Electric Utility Deregulation Can Benefit Low-Cost States  74 Tul. L. Rev. 1519 (2000) (citing Peter Navarro, A Guidebook and Research Agenda for Restructuring the Electricity Industry, 16 Energy L.J. 347 (1995); Clifford S. Sikora, Open  Access and Transition Costs: Will the Electric Industry Transition Track the Natural Gas Industry Restructuring?, 15 Energy L.J. 273(1994)). 

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Gregory M. Stein, Who Gets The Takings Claim? Changes In Land Use Law, Pre-Enactment Owners, And Post-Enactment Buyers, 61 Ohio St. L.J. 89 (2000) (citing Paul Turner & Sam Kalen, Takings and Beyond: Implications for Regulation, 19 Energy L.J. 25 (1998)).

Susan E. Stenger, Note, Most-Favored-Nation Clauses And Monopsonistic Power: An Unhealthy Mix?, 15 Am. J.L. & Med. 111  (1989) (citingReport of the Committee on Antitrust, 5 Energy L.J. 149 (1984)).

Kurt Stephenson, Symposium, Taking Nature Into Account: Observations About The Changing Role Of Analysis And Negotiation In Hydropower Re-Licensing, 25 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 473 (2000) (citing Melissa Powell, A Case Study for Stakeholders: An Alternative to Traditional Hydroelectric Relicensing, 18 ENERGY L.J. 405 (1997); Michael A. Swiger et al., Paying for the Change: Can the FERC Force Dam Decommissioning at Relicensing?, 17 ENERGY L.J. 164 (1996)).  

Michael Evan Stern & Margaret M. Mlynczak Stern, A Critical Overview Of The Economic And Environmental Consequences Of The Deregulation Of The U.S. Electric Power Industry, 4 Envtl. L. 79 (1997) (citing John S. Moot, Electric Utility Mergers: Uncertainty Looms over Regulatory Approvals of the FERC, 12 Energy L.J. 1 (1991); Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. 419, 426 (1995); Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC's Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997)).

John M. Stevens, Symposium, Antitrust Law And Open Access To The Nren, 38 Vill. L. Rev. 571 (1993) (citing  William B. Tye, Competitive Access:  A Comparative Industry Approach to the Essential Facility Doctrine, 8 Energy L.J. 337 (1987)).

Michael A. Stosser and Michael G. Andrea, Meeting the Increased Demand for Liquefied Natural Gas , 19-WTR Nat. Resources & Env't 30, 30+ (2005) (citing Gearold L. Knowles, Liquefied Natural Gas: Regulation in a Competitive Natural Gas Market, 24 Energy L.J. 293 (2003)).

Mary Katherine Strahan, Connecting Currents: Toward The Integration Of North American Electricity Markets, 21 Hous. J. Int'l L. 291 (1999) (citing  Arturo Gándara, United States-Mexico Electricity Transfers: Of Alien Electrons and the Migration of Undocumented Environmental Burdens, 16 Energy L.J. 1, (1995); An Industry in Transition: Report of the Committee on Electric Utility Regulation, 17 Energy L.J. 245 (1996); Report of the Committee on Independent Power Production, 1995- 1996, 17 Energy L.J. 503 (1996)).

Scott Strauss and Jeff Schwarz, The Mobile-Sierra Doctrine: A Return to its Statutory Roots , Vol. 145 No. 5 Pub. Util. Fort. 60 (2007) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, And the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1(2005)).

Stephen N. Subrin, Symposium, Federal Rules, Local Rules, And State Rules: Uniformity, Divergence, And Emerging Procedural Patterns, 137 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1999 (1989) (citing Benkin, The Inconstant Lady:  Discovery in Administrative Adjudications and the Evidentiary Use of its Fruits, 4 Energy L.J. 201 (1983)). 

Indraneel Sur, Jealous Guardians in the Psychedelic Kingdom: Federal Regulation of Electricity Contracts in Bankruptcy, 152 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1697, 1744 (2004) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets To Set Electric Rates? 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003)).

Symposium, Breaking The Bottleneck: The Future Of Russia's Oil Pipelines, 7 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 597 (1997) (citing Patricia Fry Eldridge, Russia Energy Legislation: Regulating State Monopolies to Allow the Development of Competitive Markets, 13 Energy L.J. 1 (1992); Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

Symposium, A Rational Foreign Policy Toward Haiti And How The Media Shapes Public Perception Of Haiti, 56 U. Miami L. Rev. 405 (2002) (citingThe Rural Electrification Act Preempts State Condemnation Law: City of Morgan City v. South Louisiana Electric Cooperative Association, 16 Energy L.J. 489 (1995)).

Deanell Reece Tacha, The Federal Courts In The 21st Century, 2 Chap. L. Rev. 7  (1999) (citing J. Michaels & Arthur S. DeVany, Market-Based Rates for Interstate Gas Pipelines: The Relevant Market and the Real Market, 16 Energy L.J. 299 (1995)).

Kim Talus, Access to Gas Markets: A Comparative Study on Access to LNG Terminals in the European Union and the United States, 31 Hous. J. Int'l L. 343 (2009) (citing Monika Ehrman, Competition is a Sin: An Evaluation of the Formation and Effects of a Natural Gas OPEC, 27 Energy L.J. 175 (2006)).

Maki Tanaka, Lessons from the Protracted Mox Plant Dispute: A Proposed Protocol on Marine Environmental Impact Assessment to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, 25 Mich. J. Int’l. L. 337, 428+ (2004) (citing Scott R. Helton, Comment, The Legal Problems of Spent Nuclear Fuel Disposal, 23 Energy L.J. 179 (2002)).

Dan Tarlock, How Well Can Water Law Adapt to the Potential Stresses of Global Climate Change?, 14 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 1 (2010) (citing Benjamin K. Sovacool, Running on Empty: The Electricity-Water Nexus and the U.S. Electric Utility Sector, 30 Energy L.J. 11 (2009)).

Dan Tarlock, Hydro Law and the Future of Hydroelectric Power Generation in the United States, 65 Vand. L. Rev. 1723 (2012) (citing David C. Coen & Robert J. Thormeyer, Should Large Hydroelectric Projects Be Treated as Renewable Resources?, 32 Energy L.J. 541 (2011); Mary C. Powell, Treatment of Large Hydropower as a Renewable Resource, 32 Energy L.J. 553 (2011)).

A. Dan Tarlock, Takings, Water Rights, and Climate Change, 36 Vt. L. Rev. 731 (2012) (citing Benjamin K. Sovacool, Running on Empty: The Electric-Water Nexus and the U.S. Electric Sector, 30 Energy L.J. 11 (2009)).

Dan Tarlock, Water Demand and Energy Production in a Time of Climate Change, 5 Envt'l & Energy L. & Pol'y J. 325 (2010) (citing Benjamin K. Sovacool, Running on Empty: The Electric-Water Nexus and the U.S. Electric Sector, 30 Energy L.J. 11 (2009)).

Robert W. Tarun & Peter P. Tomczak, A Proposal for a United States Department of Justice Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Leniency Policy, 47 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 153 (2010) (citing John S. Moot, Compliance Programs, Penalty Mitigation and the FERC, 29 Energy L.J. 547 (2008)).

Cory L. Taylor, American Rivers, Inc. v. FERC: Conflict Between FERC Authority Under The Federal Power Act And State Authority Under Section 401 Of The Clean Water Act In The Hydroelectric Licensing Process, 14 J. Nat. Resources & Envtl. L. 169  (1998-99) (citing John D. Echeverria, The Electric Consumers Protection Act of 1986, 8 Energy L.J. 61 (1987)). 

Susan E. Taylor, Energy Emergency Powers in a National Interconnected System, 21 Nat. Res. & Envt. 43 (Summer 2006) (citing Earle H. O’Donnell & Laurel W. Glassman, Energy Emergencies: Constitutional Constraints on State Efforts to Control Oil Supplies and Prices, 5 Energy L.J. 77 (1984)).

Stephen L. Teichler & Ilia Levitine, Long-Term Power Purchase Agreements in a Restructured Electricity Industry, 40 Wake Forest L. Rev. 677 (2005) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Electricity Crisis: How Best to Respond to the “Perfect Storm”, 22 Energy L.J. 65 (2001); Richard D. Cudahy, PURPA: The Intersection of Competition and Regulatory Policy, 16 Energy L.J. (1995)).

Congressman Lee Terry (NE-2), Keystone Xl: The Pipeline to Energy Security, 46 Creighton L. Rev. 61 (2012) (citing Christopher J. Barr, Unfinished Business: FERC's Evolving Standard for Capacity Rights on Oil Pipelines, 32 Energy L.J. 563 (2011)).

David G. Tewksbury and Stephanie S. Lim, Applying the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine to Market-Based Rate Contracts, 26 Energy L.J. 437, 472 (2005) (citing Albert A. Foer and Diana L. Moss, Electricity in Transition: Implications For Regulation and Antitrust, 24 Energy L.J. 89 (2003)).

David G. Tewksbury, et al., New Chapters in the Mobile-Sierra Story: Application of the Doctrine After NRG Power Marketing, LLC v. Maine Public Utilities Commission, 32 Energy L.J. 433 (2011) (citing John E. McCaffrey, Morgan Stanley Capital Group, Inc. v. Public Utility District No. 1 Revisits the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine: Some Answers, More Questions, 30 Energy L.J. 53 (2009); David G. Tewksbury & Stephanie S. Lim, Applying the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine to Market-Based Rate Contracts, 26 Energy L.J. 437 (2005)).

David G. Tewksbury and Stephanie S. Lim, Applying the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine to Market-Based Rate Contracts , 26 Energy L.J. 437, 472 (2005) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, And the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1(2005)).

David G. Tewksbury and Stephanie S. Lim, Applying the Mobile-Sierra Doctrine to Market-Based Rate Contracts, 26 Energy L.J. 437, 472 (2005) (citing Michael J. Gergen, George D. Cannon, Jr., and David G. Tewksbury,Market-Based Ratemaking and the Western Energy Crisis of 2000 and 2001, 24 Energy L.J. 321 (2003)).

Nidhi Thakar, The Urge to Merge: A Look at the Repeal of the Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, 12 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 903 (2008) (citing Markian M.W. Melnyk & William S. Lamb, PUHCA's Gone: What is Next for Holding Companies?, 27 Energy L.J. 1 (2006))

Thirty-Ninth Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology, and the Law, 33 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 367 (2007) (citing Leslie R. Dubois, Comment, Curiosity and Carbon: Examining the Future of Carbon Sequestration and the Accompanying Jurisdictional Issues as Outlined in the Indian Energy Title of the 2005 Energy Policy Act, 27 Energy L.J. 603 (2006)).

Kyla Tienhaara, Foreign Investment Contracts in the Oil & Gas Sector: A Survey of Environmentally Relevant Clauses, 11 Sust. Dev. L. & Pol’y 15 (2011) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Energy Investment, 17 Energy L.J. 191 (1996)).

Mozelle Thompson, 16 St. John's J. Legal Comment. 609 (2002) Symposium Online Activities & Their Impact on the Legal Profession   Keynote Address: The Federal Trade Commission And Regulating E- Commerce. (citingReport of the Antitrust Committee, 22 Energy L.J. 143, 158  (2001)).

Joseph P. Tomain, The Past And Future Of Electricity Regulation, 32 Envtl. L. 435 (2002) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Electricity Crisis: How Best to Respond to the  "Perfect Storm", 22 Energy L.J. 65 (2001); Nicholas W. Fels & Frank R. Lindth, Lessons from the California "Apocalypse": Jurisdiction Over Electric Utilities, 22 Energy L.J. 1 (2001); Jim Rossi, Universal Service in Competitive Retail Electric Power Markets: Whither the Duty to Serve?, 21 Energy L.J. 27, 27 (2000)).

Joseph P. Tomain, American Regulatory Policy: Have We Found The "Third Way"?,  48 U. Kan. L. Rev. 829 (2000) (citing Roger Ridlehoover, The Role of Entry in Deregulating Gas and Electricity, 19 Energy L.J. 307 (1998)).

Joseph P. Tomain, Symposium, Electricity Restructuring: A Case Study In Government Regulation, 33 Tulsa L.J. 827 (1998) (citing James Barker, Jr., et al., Regulation of Power Pools and System Operators: An International Comparison, 18 Energy L.J. 261 (1997); Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, The FERC’s Policy on Electric Mergers: A Bit of Perspective, 18 Energy L.J. 113 (1997)).

Joseph P. Tomain & Sidney A. Shapiro, Analyzing Government Regulation, 49 Admin. L. Rev. 377 (1997) (citing Richard J. Pierce,  Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burner Tip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Joseph P. Tomain, Simple Rules For A Complex World, 36 Jurimetrics J. 409 (1996) (book review) (citing Richard J. Pierce, Jr., Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burner Tip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988)).

Joseph P. Tomain, The Dominant Model Of United States Energy Policy, 61 U. Colo. L. Rev. 355 (1990) (citing Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988); Griggs, Restructuring the Natural Gas Industry: Order No. 436 and Other Regulatory Initiatives, 7 Energy L.J. 71 (1986)).  

Joseph P. Tomain, The Politics of Clean Energy: Moving Beyond the Beltway, 3 San Diego J. Climate & Energy L. 299 (2012) (citing Carolyn Elefant, The “Power” of Social Media: Legal Issues and Best Practices for Utilities Engaging Social Media, 23 Energy L.J. 1 (2011)).

Joseph P. Tomain, Symposium, Energy Policy Advice For The New Administration,  46 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 63 (1989) (citing Pierce, Reconstituting the Natural Gas Industry from Wellhead to Burnertip, 9 Energy L.J. 1 (1988); Griggs,  Restructuring the Natural Gas Industry:  Order No. 436 and Other Regulatory Initiatives, 7 Energy L.J. 71 (1986)).  

Joseph P. Tomain & Constance Dowd Burton, Nuclear Transition: From Three Mile Island To Chernobyl, 28 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 363 (1987) (citing   Small, FERC Electric Rate Primer, 5 Energy L.J. 107 (1984)).

Joseph P. Tomain, Policy, Politics, And Law, 31 UCLA L. Rev. 1247 (1984) (book review) (citing Grenier & Clark, The Relationship Between DOE and FERC: Innovative Government or Inevitable Headache, 1 Energy L.J. 325 (1980); Reed, Selection of Projects for Financial Assistance by the United States Synthetic Fuels  Corporation, 3 Energy L.J. 111 (1982)).

Joseph P. Tomain, Smart Energy Path: How Willie Nelson Saved the Planet, 36 Cumb. L. Rev. 417, 459+ (2006) (citing William L. Massey, Robert S. Fleishman, Mary J. Doyle, Reliability Based Competition in Wholesale Electricity: Legal and Policy Perspectives , 25 Energy L.J. 319 (2004)).

Joseph P. Tomain, Smart Energy Path: How Willie Nelson Saved the Planet , 36 Cumb. L. Rev. 417, 459 (2006) (citing Monica Berry, Liquefied Natural Gas Import Terminals: Jurisdiction of Siting, Constructing, And Operation in the Context of Commerce Clause Jurisprudence, 26 Energy L.J. 135 (2005)).

Joseph P. Tomain, Book Review, Junk Economics Review of Priceless: On Knowing the Price Of Everything and the Value Of Nothing. By Frank Ackerman & Lisa Heinzerling.  W.W. Norton & Co., 93 Geo. L.J. 689 (2005) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Electricity Crisis: How Best to Respond to the “Perfect Storm”, 22 Energy L.J. 65 (2001)).

Joseph P. Tomain, "Our Generation's Sputnik Moment": Regulating Energy Innovation, 31 Utah Envtl. L. Rev. 389 (2011) (citing Allison S. Clements & Douglass D. Sims, A Clean Energy Deployment Administration: The Right Policy for Emerging Renewable Technologies, 31 Energy L. J. 397 (2010)).

Joseph P. Tomain, "Steel In The Ground": Greening the Grid with the Iutility, 39 Envtl. L. 931 (2009) (citing Mary Ann Ralls, Congress Got It Right: There's No Need to Mandate Renewable Portfolio Standards, 27 Energy L.J. 451 (2006)).

Brian S. Tomasovic & Stephen V. Arbogas, Recent Developments in Texas, United States, and International Energy Law, 6 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L 163 (2011) (citing Jeff D. Makholm, Decoupling for Energy Distributors: Changing the 19th Century Tariff Structures to Address 21st Century Energy Markets, 29 Energy L.J. 157 (2008); Mark N. Lowry & Lawrence Kaufmann, Performance-Based Regulation of Utilities, 23 Energy L.J. 399 (2002)).

Margaret Tortorella,  Note, Will The Commerce Clause "Pull The Plug" On Minnesota's Quantification Of The Environmental Externalities Of Electricity Production?, 79 Minn. L. Rev. 1547 (1995) (citing Sherry A. Quirk et al., Report of the Committee on Electric Utility Regulation, 14 Energy L.J. 447 (1993)).

Sarah McQuillen Tran, Why Have Developers Been Powerless o Develop Ocean Power?, 4 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L. 195 (2009) (citing Brit T. Brown  Benjamin A. Escobar, Wind Power: Generating Electricity and Lawsuits, 28 Energy L.J. 489 (2007); Darrell Blakeway & Carol Brotman White, Tapping the Power of Wind: FERC Initiatives to Facilitate Transmission of Wind Power, 26 Energy L.J. 393, 393 (2005)).

Hannibal Travis, Wi-Fi Everywhere: Universal Broadband Access as Antitrust and Telecommunications Policy, 55 Am. U. L. Rev. 1697 (2006) (citing James W. Moeller, Electric Utilities and Telecommunications, 16 Energy L.J. 95 (1995)).

Elizabeth Trujillo, State Action Antitrust Exemption Collides with Deregulation: Rehabilitating the Foreseeability Doctrine, 11 Fordham J. Corp. & Fin. L. 349, 384 (2005) (citing Rohit C. Sharma, Note, Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. v. FERC,23 Energy L.J. 157 (2002)).

Evan N. Turgeon, Triple-Dividends: Toward Pigovian Gasoline Taxation, 30 J. Land Resources & Envtl. L. 145 (2010) (citing John C. Dernbach & Seema Kakade, Climate Change Law: An Introduction, 29 Energy L.J. 1 (2008)).

Bentzion S. Turin, Comment, Eastern Philosophy: A Constitutional Argument For Full Stranded Cost Recovery By Deregulated Electric Utilities, 36 Hous. L. Rev. 1411 (1999) (citing Walter R. Hall II, Securitization and Stranded Cost Recovery, 18 Energy L.J. 363 (1997)).

Paul Turner, Note, Natural Gas Bypass And The Antitrust Laws In A Brave New (Post Order No. 636) World, 82 Va. L. Rev. 1021 (1996) (citing Paul H. LaRue, Antitrust and the Natural Gas Industry, 11 Energy L.J. 37 (1990)).

Sheila R. Tweed, Electric Power Trading Contracts-Smoothing Out A Wild Ride, Practicing Law Institute  PLI Order No. B0-003B  October, 1998    Utility Restructuring: Negotiating, Structuring and Documenting the Deal       Vol. 26, No. 2 (1997), pp. 155-196.   (citing Mark E. Haedicke, Competitive-Based Contracts For the New Power Business, 17 Energy L.J., No. 1 (1996).

William B. Tye, The Price Of Inputs Sold To Competitors:  A Response, 11 Yale J. on Reg. 203 (1994) (citing William B. Tye, Competitive Access:  A Comparative Industry Approach to the Essential Facility Doctrine, 8 Energy L.J. 337 (1987)).

Ryan Tyz, Energy Maquiladoras: Integrating the Electricity Markets of the United States and Mexico, 6 Or. Rev. Int’l L. 63 (2004) (citing Peter Navarro and Michael Shames, Electricity Deregulation: Lessons Learned From California 24 Energy L.J. 23 (2003)).

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Sandeep Vaheesan, Market Power in Power Markets: The Filed-Rate Doctrine and Competition in Electricity, 46 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 921 (2013) (citing Gerald Norlander, May the FERC Rely on Markets to Set Electric Rates?, 24 Energy L.J. 65 (2003); Joseph T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, and the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1 (2005); Craig R. Roach, Measuring Market Power in the U.S. Electricity Business, 23 Energy L.J. 51 (2002); Diana L. Moss, Electricity and Market Power: Current Issues for Restructuring Markets (A Survey), 1 Envtl. & Energy L. & Pol'y J., 11, 38 (2005); Jon Wellinghoff & David L. Morenoff, Recognizing the Importance of Demand Response: The Second Half of the Wholesale Electric Market Equation, 28 Energy L.J. 389, 401-02 (2007)).

Victoria VanBuren, The Colombia-Venezuela Maritime Boundary Case: Proposal for a Joint Development Zone in the Gulf of Venezuela, 1 Tex. J. Oil Gas & Energy L 68 (2006) (citing Jay G. Martin, Venezuela as an Opportunity for Investment in the Petroleum Industry, 20 Energy L.J. 325 (1999)).

Caroline Van den Bergh, Reciprocity Clause and International Trade Law, 27 NO. 2 J. Energy & Nat. Resources L. 228 (2009) (citing Yuli Grigoryev, The Russian Gas Industry, Its Legal Structure, and Its Influence on World Markets, 28 Energy L.J. 125 (2007)).

Michael P. Vandenbergh & Jim Rossi, Good for You, Bad for Us: The Financial Disincentive for Net Demand Reduction, 65 Vand. L. Rev. 1527 (2012) (citing Carolyn Elefant, The “Power” of Social Media: Legal Issues & Best Practices for Utilities Engaging Social Media, 32 Energy L.J. 1 (2011)).

Sandeep Vaheesan, Preempting Parochialism and Protectionism in Power, 49 Harv. J. on Legis. 87 (2012) (citing Richard D. Cudahy & William D. Henderson, From Insull to Enron: Corporate (Re)Regulation After the Rise and Fall of Two Energy Icons, 26 Energy L.J. 35 (2005); Seth Blumsack, Measuring the Benefits and Costs of Regional Electric Grid Integration, 28 Energy L.J. 147 (2007); Clinton A. Vince et al., What Is Happening and Where in the World of RTOs and ISOs?, 27 Energy L.J. 65 (2006); Debbie Swanstrom & Meredith M. Jolivert, DOE Transmission Corridor Designation & FERC Backstop Siting Authority: Has the Energy Policy Act of 2005 Succeeded in Stimulating the Development of New Transmission Facilities?, 30 Energy L.J. 415 (2009); Jon Wellinghoff & David L. Morenoff, Recognizing the Importance of Demand Response: The Second Half of the Wholesale Electric Market Equation, 28 Energy L.J. 389 (2007)).

Sandeep Vanheesan, Reviving an Epithet: A New Way Forward for the Essential Facilities Doctrine, 2010 Utah L. Rev. 911 (2010) (citing John S. Moot, Whither Order No. 888?, 26 Energy L.J. 327 (2005)).

Allison A. Vana, Attorney Private Eyes: Ethical Implications of a Private Attorney’s Decision to Surreptitiously Record Conversations , 2003 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1605, 1658 (2004) (citing Report of the Ethics Committee, 23 Energy L.J. 533 (2002)).

James M. Van Nostrand, Constitutional Limitations on the Ability of States to Rehabilitate Their Failed Electric Utility Restructuring Plans, 31 Seattle U. L. Rev. 593 (2008) (citing Patrick J. McCormick & Sean B. Cunningham, The Requirements of the “Just and Reasonable” Standard: Legal Bases for Reform of Electric Transmission Rates, 21 Energy L. J. 389 (2000)).

James M. Van Nostrand, The Standard for Setting Utility Rates in Wyoming: Restoring the Required Balance Between Investors and Customers, 4 Wyo. L. Rev. 245 (2004) (citing Sean B. Cunningham, The Requirements of the “Just and Reasonable” Standard: Legal Bases for Reform of Electric Transmission Rates, 21 Energy L.J. 389, 396 (2000) (citing Frank P. Darr, The Constitutional Limits on Ratemaking: A Response to William Pond, 11 Energy L.J. 53, 63 (1990)).

Anthony E. Varona, Toward a Broadband Public Interest Standard, 61 Admin. L. Rev. 1 (2009) (citing Joel A. Youngblood, Note, Alive and Well: The Rural Electrification Act Preempts State Condemnation Law: City of Morgan v. South Louisiana Electric Coop. Ass’n, 16 Energy L.J. 489 (1995)).

Kevin J. Vaughan, Note, Russia's Petroleum Industry:  An Overview Of Its Current Status, The Need For Foreign Investment, And Recent Legislation, 25 Law & Pol'y Int'l Bus. 813 (1994) (citing Patricia Fry Eldridge, Russian Energy Legislation: Regulating State Monopolies to Allow the Development of Competitive Markets, Energy L.J., Winter 1992, at 1, 2.

Elena P. Vekilov, If It's Broke, Fix It: Federal Regulation of Electrical Interstate Transmission Lines, 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 695 (2013) (citing Debbie Swanstrom & Meredith M. Jolivert, DOE Transmission Corridor Designations & FERC Backstop Siting Authority: Has the Energy Policy Act of 2005 Succeeded in Stimulating the Development of New Transmission Facilities?, 30 Energy L.J. 415  (2009); Donald F. Santa, Jr. & Clifford S. Sikora, Open Access and Transition Costs: Will the Electric Industry Transition Track the Natural Gas Industry Restructuring?, 25 Energy L.J. 113  (2004).

Kyle Vellutato, Note, Efficiency Gains: An Argument for a Compressed Workweek for New Jersey’s Public Employees, 8 Rutgers J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 840 (2011) (citing Earle H. O’Donnell & Laurel W. Glassman, Energy Emergencies: Constitutional Constraints on State Efforts to Control Oil Supplies and Prices, 5 Energy L.J. 77 (1984)).

Barbara A. Vestal, Dueling With Boat Oars, Dragging Through Mooring Lines: Time For More Formal Resolution Of Use Conflicts In States' Coastal Waters?, 4 Ocean & Coastal L.J. 1 (1999) (citing Carolyn Elefant, Ocean Energy Development in the 1990s, 14 Energy L.J. 335 (1993)).

Clifford J. Villa, Law and Lawyers in the Incident Command System, 36 Seattle U. L. Rev. 1855 (2013) (citing John Wyeth Griggs, BP Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill, 32 Energy L.J. 57 (2011)).

Clinton A. Vince & John S. Moot, 42 Admin. L. Rev. 323 (1990) (citing Vince & Moot, Federal Preemption Versus State Utility Regulation in a Post-Mississippi Era, 10 Energy L.J. 1 (1989); Goldsmith, Utility Rates and "Takings,"' 10 Energy L.J. 241 (1989)).

Clinton A. Vince, Sherry A. Quirk, Stanley P. Wolf, Travis R. Smith, Sandra Barbulescu, and Monica Berry, What is Happening and Where in the World of RTOS and ISOS?, 27 Energy L.J. 65, 145 (2006) (citing William L. Massey, Robert S. Fleishman, Mary J. Doyle, Reliability Based Competition in Wholesale Electricity: Legal and Policy Prospectives , 25 Energy L.J. 319 (2004)).

Clinton A. Vince, Sherry A. Quirk, Stanley P. Wolf, Travis R. Smith, Sandra Barbulescu, and Monica Berry, What is Happening and Where in the World of RTOs and ISOs ? , 27 Energy L.J. 65, 145 (2006) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, And the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1(2005)).

Clinton A. Vince, Sherry A. Quirk, Stanley P. Wolf, Travis R. Smith, Sandra Barbulescu, and Monica Berry, What is Happening and Where in the World of RTOs and ISOs?, 27 Energy L.J. 65, 145 (2006) (citing Report of the Electric Utility Regulation Committee, 26 Energy L.J. 217 (2005)).

Clinton A. Vince, Sherry A. Quirk, Stanley P. Wolf, Travis R. Smith, Sandra Barbulescu, and Monica Berry, What is Happening and Where in the World of RTOS and ISOS?, 27 Energy L.J. 65, 145+ (2006) (citing Hon. Suedeen Kelly and Maria F. Vouras and Jennifer S. Amerkhail, The Subdelegation Doctrine and the Application of Reference Prices in Mitigating Market Power, 26 Energy L.J. 297 (2005)).

William Vincent , Hydrogen and Tort Law: Liability Concerns are Not a Bar to a Hydrogen Economy, 25 Energy L.J. 385, 401+ (2004) (citing Russell Moy, Tort Law Considerations for the Hydrogen Economy, 24 Energy L.J. 349 (2003) ).

Alexandra E. Viscusi, Note, Conflicting Directives: Water Quality And Appropriative Water Rights In The West,  20 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 121 (1995) (citing D. Horton, Note, State Control over the Destiny of Hydropower Development: PUD No. 1 v. Washington Department of Ecology, 15 Energy L.J. 463 (1994)).

Prof. Dr. Thomas von Danwitz, Regulation and Liberalization of the European Electricity Market - A German View, 27 Energy L.J. 423 (2006) (citing Michael A. Yuffee, California's Electricity Crisis: How Best to Respond to the “Perfect Storm”, 22 Energy L.J. 65 (2001)).

Thomas W. Waelde & George Ndi, Stabilizing International Investment Commitments: International Law Versus Contract Interpretation, 31 Tex. Int'l L.J. 215 (1996) (citing Thomas W. Waelde, International Petroleum Investment: Regulation and Contracts, Energy L.J. (forthcoming 1996);

Matthew Waldron, Exploring Failed Electricity Deregulation: Lawyers’ Role in Supporting a Healthy Marketplace, 19 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1005, 1025 (2006) (citing Peter Navarro and Michael Shames, Electricity Deregulation: Lessons Learned From California, 24 Energy L.J. 23 (2003)).

Matthew Waldron, Exploring Failed Electricity Deregulation: Lawyers' Role in Supporting a Healthy Marketplace, 19 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1005, 1025+ (2006) (citing Hon. Josephy T. Kelliher, Market Manipulation, Market Power, And the Authority of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, 26 Energy L.J. 1(2005)).

Stephanie Walter Gillette, Note, Nuclear Energy Crisis In The Former Soviet Union:  Will The Nuclear Energy Protocol Of The European Energy Charter Provide The Necessary Solutions?, 5 Geo. Int'l Envtl. L. Rev. 375 (1993) (citing Patricia Fry Eldridge, Russian Energy Legislation:  Regulating State Monopolies to Allow the Development of Competitive Markets, 13 Energy L.J. 1 (1992)).  

Christel Walther, LLC and Lawyers: A Good Combination? , 50 Loy. L. Rev. 359, 361 (2004) (citing Report of the Ethics Committee, 23 Energy L.J. 533 (2002)).

Kevin M. Walsh, Renewable Energy Financial Incentives: Focusing on Federal Tax Credits and the Section 1603 Cash Grant: Barriers to Development, 36 Environs Envtl. L. & Pol'y J.  207 (2013) (citing Margaret Caffey-Moquin et al., Committee Reports: Report of the Renewable Energy Committee, 32 Energy L.J. 405 (2011)).

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