Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

Article excerpt

Dear EBA Members and ELJ Subscribers:

Diversity and inclusiveness! Your survey responses in 2006-2007 told us that the Energy Bar Association, and its affiliated foundations, must provide a diversity of topics and points of view to keep pace with industry changes at the global, domestic, and regional levels. We have been striving to do so throughout all our programming and activities and this edition of the Energy Law Journal continues that tradition. Its articles address a wide range of topics including the politics and ethics of regulation, the nuclear renaissance, international gas sales, reforms for domestic electric markets, carbon sequestration, facilitating development of hydrokinetic technologies through regulation, hydrocarbons, and a critical look at interlocking directorate regulations. Authors include the Hon. Richard D. Cudahy, a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; public power advocates Susan Kelly and Elise Caplan; practitioners with domestic and international practices; and FERC Commissioner Jon Wellinghoff.

This volume also includes a reprise of part of the very popular and highly instructive Energy Trading and Derivatives Primer seminar held on April 30, 2008. The inclusion of this article is part of a concerted effort to more closely unite the Energy Law Journal and the other media through which the EBA carries out its educational mission. The EBA sponsors two national meetings each year and various annual chapter meetings, each of which offer at least one full day of panel discussions and keynote speeches on current, often cutting-edge, issues of general interest to our membership. Our mid-year meeting also always includes an ethics panel. The EBA also offers primers, which are introductory full day programs on specific areas of the law suitable to new practitioners or those entering new facets of practice, and luncheon programs on discrete topics that vary from exploration of evolving areas of the law to "graduate-level" seminars, each on a scale conducive to discussion and debate. …

Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.