LexisNexis CD - Energy Law and Transactions
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Energy Law and Transactions on LexisNexis CD is the most complete treatise of its kind. Benefit from the knowledge of more than 100 energy law experts who have contributed to this comprehensive treatise, first published in 1990 and now an industry standard that is also frequently cited by the courts. Comprehensive coverage of the energy industry includes traditional energy sources such as oil, gas, electricity, and coal, and nontraditional energy sources and technologies such as hydroelectricity, solar, nuclear, biomass, and cogeneration. These energy sources and technologies are discussed from cradle to grave - that is, from exploration and production through transmission, distribution, and final consumption by the end-user.
Energy Law and Transactions is the perfect reference and transactional resource for anyone who needs to know the legal and business-related aspects of energy transactions. Practically written with model forms, tariffs, checklists, illustrations, and tables, it is the ideal tool for the energy practitioner involved with the preparation of energy contracts, sales and leases, mergers and acquisitions, antitrust, tax, commodities, accounting, business, consulting, public utilities, and international transactions.
This indispensable resource offers coverage generally not available in another single source:
• Spot market, brokering and energy futures transactions
• Wheeling of electricity, transportation of gas (natural, SNG, LNG) and oil (via pipeline and tanker)
• Application of antitrust laws to energy transactions
• Practice and Procedure chapters on discovery, recovery of attorneys' fees, Freedom of Information Act, judicial review, preemption and settlements
• Energy financing and bankruptcy
• International energy transactions
Also included is The Energy Handbook, featuring:
• Directories of regulatory agencies, companies and associations involved with energy;
• Internet resources and energy conversion tools; and
• A comprehensive, illustrated glossary of energy terms, with over 4,500 definitions