Energy Law Journal

Current Issue

Contents

EBA PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF’S PAGE
IN MEMORIAM: EDWARD BERLIN
IN MEMORIAM: ROBERT NORDHAUS
 

Articles

Easing Jurisdictional Tensions By Integrating Public Policy In Wholesale Electricity MarketsP. 1
Ari Peskoe

The Challenges Of New Electricity Customer Engagement For Utilities And State Regulators P. 49
Kenneth W. Costello

A Straw Man Attack On The Moral Case For Fossil Fuels P. 79
Alex Epstein

The Application of the Antitrust Law  Under the New Rules of the
Oil and Gas Industry In Mexico
P. 95
Alejandro López-Velarde

Considering The Public Convenience And Necessity In Pipeline Certificate Cases Under The Natural Gas ActP. 115
Robert Christin, Paul Korman, and Michael Pincus

Electric And Gas Utility Mergers And Acquisitions: Trends In Deal Terms, Contract Provisions, And Regulatory Matters P. 133
William S. Lamb & Michael Didriksen

Biodiesel For The 21st Century Renewable Energy EconomyP. 165
John J. Perona

Ethanol As Mitigation Measure In The Transport Sector: Countervailing Perverse Effects Of Uncoordinated Biofuel Standards In The U.S. And Brazil  P. 213
Bram Devlies

COMMENT

Do U.S. Lng Export Laws, Regulations, And Practices Violate International Free Trade Obligations?P. 241
A. Chase Snodgrass

NOTE

Down By The Chesapeake Bay: Cooperative Federalism, Judicial Intervention, And The Boundary Between State Land Use And Federal Environmental LawP. 253
Cathleen Day

Committee Reports

The Reports of the Energy Bar Association Committees are published online on the EBA’s website at www.felj.org. Included in the full electronic version of the Energy Law Journal, Volume 38, No. 1, are the following reports:

Compliance & Enforcement Committee
Electricity Committee
Finance and Transactions Committee
Renewable Energy Subcommittee

All previous volumes of the Energy Law Journal are available on the EBA's website at http://www.felj.org/energy-law-journal/previous-issues

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