Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

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You hold in your hand (or, better yet, are looking on your screen at) the latest edition of the Energy Law Journal. This issue covers the energy waterfront, with articles with subjects as esoteric as the impact of the 2007 anti-monopoly law on China's energy policy, and as nuts-and-bolts as the transcript of the General Counsel Roundtable from the 2010 EBA Annual Meeting. This volume of the Journal also includes current reports from the EBA's substantive committees on Climate Change & Emissions, FERC Practice & ALJs, Legislation, Natural Gas Regulation, Oil & Liquids Pipeline Regulation, and Nuclear Regulation.

The Journal is one of the many benefits of membership in the Energy Bar Association. If you are like me, you may put it aside when it arrives, with the intent to read it "later," when "time permits." But I urge you (and me!) not to do that, as "later" often never comes, and time usually does not permit. The articles are of real use to energy law practitioners - what electric or natural gas attorney is not concerned right now about how the FERC enforces the NERC reliability standards, or how the FERC interprets its market manipulation authorities under the Natural Gas Act? And having co-written an article myself a few years ago, I know from personal experience the blood, sweat, and tears that go into drafting an article, and all of the fine volunteers, both at the Journal and the University of Tulsa Law School, who labor to make the product the best that it can be. We owe a debt of gratitude to the Journal's Editor-in-Chief, Bob Fleishman, as well as our other members who devote many hours to working with the student editors and staff to produce it. …

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