Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

Editor's Page

Academic journal article Energy Law Journal

Editor's Page

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Oscar Wilde once wrote that in matters of great importance, style rather than sincerity, is the essential thing. I have long felt just the opposite is truethat sincerity is what counts. Since assuming the role of Editor-in-Chief of the Energy Law Journal, I have only encountered sincerity - at every level - from the extraordinary Editorial Board that former Editor-in-Chief, Bill Mogel, assembled, to the student editors at Tulsa, to the authors who grace our pages and, of course, from our patron, the Foundation of the Energy Law Journal, presided over by the able Richard Meyer.

But, just in case Oscar Wilde was right about style, we have decided to give the Journal a "face lift," after twenty-five years. We hope you will enjoy the new cover which now bears the official colors of the Energy Bar Association and a new "look."

In terms of content, we are pleased to declare that the latest edition of the Journal is as strong as any we have published. FERC Commissioner Joe Kelliher tells us where the FERC, with support from Congress, should be heading on the subject of competitive markets and the daunting issues of market manipulation and market power. …

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