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The OGEL 1 (2019) Special Issue on Energy Law and Regulation in Low-carbon and Transitional Energy Mar... has been published.
This special issue aims at inspiring contributions to the debates about the role of energy law, policy and regulation in managing the costs and benefits of the global transition towards low-carbon energy systems and markets. Edited by Professor Raphael J. Heffron, (Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), University of Dundee, UK); Dr Penelope Crossley, (University of Sydney Law School, Australia) and Dr Tade Oyewunmi (Tulane University Law School- Center for Energy Law, USA).
OGEL 1 (2019) - Energy Law and Regulation in Low-carbon and Transitional Energy Markets
OGEL Special Issue on "Energy Law and Regulation in Low-carbon and Transitional Energy Markets" - Editorial
R.J. Heffron, P. Crossley, and T. Oyewunmi, Tulane University Center for Energy Law
Independence, Regulatory Competences and the Accountability of National Regulatory Authorities in the EU
Energy Demand Response and Energy Storage as Sources of Flexibility: Which Role for Regulatory Authorities?
D. Haverbeke, W. Vandorpe, and R. Callaerts
Mapping Environmental Regulatory Measures Affecting Investments Under the EU's Changing Framework of International Investment Law - The Case of Shale Gas
International Petroleum Transactions and the Development of Gas-to-Power Markets in West Africa
Gas Flaring in Nigeria and the Flexed Muscles of the 2018 Regulations: Key Implications and Investment Considerations
S. Oluwaṣeun Ọkẹ
Oil Politics and the Application of Environmental Laws to the Pollution of the Niger Delta: Current Challenges and Prospects
I.L. Worika, U. Etemire, and P.S. Tamuno
An Unclear Future for Iranian Energy Transition in Light of the Re-imposition of Sanctions
M. Hazrati and Z. Malakoutikhah
Australia's Regulatory Framework for the Decommissioning of Offshore Petroleum Projects: Reforms for a Low-Carbon Future
Unbundling the Opportunity for Irish Onshore Wind Generation Technology-Ireland's 2020 Renewable Electricity Target at Risk
You can download the free excerpt here https://www.ogel.org/journal-browse-issues-toc.asp?key=79
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