Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

President's Message

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Every edition of the Energy Law Journal brings with it an amazing overview of the issues at the forefront of the minds of energy law practitioners. In this edition, we find timely and compelling articles on climate change and FERC regulation, the international implications of North American ENG exports, Russian ENG exports, information policy and transparency in U.S. electric power markets, and NLRA preemption. There are also two pieces which respond to articles in the current edition regarding FERC enforcement and distributed generation. In addition to these and the well-written notes and comments prepared by the students at the University of Tulsa College of Law, we have current reports from the Energy Bar Association's substantive committees on Environmental Regulation, System Reliability & Planning, Oil & Liquids Pipeline Regulation, FERC Practice & Administrative Law Judges, Legislation, State Commission Practice & Regulation, and Natural Gas Regulation. These reports look back on the major activities that have taken place in each Committee's subject area over the last year and are an incredible resource for attorneys and other energy professionals who practice in that area on a day-to-day basis or who are new to the area and are looking for an introduction to the most important happenings in a particular subject area. This resource, like other EBA resources, is only available because of the hard work of EBA volunteers dedicated to furthering excellence in the practice of energy law.

The content in the Energy Law Journal also relies on the dual threat of strong editorial work from EBA's members and the students of the University of Tulsa College of Law. For that, we thank Bob Fleishman, the Editor-in-Chief, Nathalie Schaefer, the student Editor-in-Chief, and the rest of the Energy Law Journal Editorial Board and Student Editors who work so hard to review articles and ensure that the Journal meets the highest of standards. Often forgotten, however, is the leadership of the Foundation of the Energy Law Journal. …

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