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The Proceedings of the Institute on Oil and Gas Law, part of The Institute for Energy Law of The Center for American and International Law's continuing education program, provide expert guidance on current legal issues involving the oil, gas and energy industries. Published annually in condensed and edited form, the proceedings offer oil, gas and energy practitioners practical ideas and solutions for dealing with the impact of new laws and regulations.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 – Recent Developments in Oil and Gas Law, by Keith B. Hall
Chapter 2 – ESG 101 in 2021: What Traditional Energy Companies Need to Know and Do to Prepare for Today’s Crossroads and an Uncertain Future, by Stacey H. Mitchell and Bryan C. Williamson
Chapter 3 – Deans of Oil & Gas Practice Lecture—The Role of the Energy Industry in the Development of Common Law and Statutory Law, by Reagan W. Simpson
Chapter 4 – Legal and Regulatory Considerations for Decommissioning and Repurposing Offshore Oil and Gas Assets in the Energy Transition, by Amanda G. Halter, Alicia M. McKnight, Meghan C. Hammond, and Ashleigh K. Acevedo
Chapter 5 – Restructuring High Yield Bonds: Staying Nimble in Response to Market Changes, by Senet S. Bischoff, Trevor Lavelle, David J. Miller, Erika L. Weinberg, and Om K. Pandya
Chapter 6 – Mergers in Declining Industries: When Is There Competition Worth Protecting?, by James Dean
Chapter 7 – A Guide for the Modern Energy Law Practitioner: Comparing Traditional Resources and Renewable Energy Legal Concepts, by Jonathan Ayre, Jeffrey Allen, Ingrid Myers, Becky Diffen, and Jessica Rodriguez
Chapter 8 – The State of Climate Change Litigation in the United States, by E. Joshua Rosenkranz and Sheila Baynes
Chapter 9 – ESG Litigation Roadmap: What You Need to Know, by Paul A. Davies, Sophie J. Lamb QC, Michael D. Green, and Colleen C. Smith
Chapter 10 – The RPO Standard in the Age of ESG, by Garrett S. Martin, Sara Mouledoux, Matt Harper, Michelle Scheffler, Laney Vazquez, Terry D. Ragsdale, Robert Sutphin, Jr., and Barry Barnett
Chapter 11 – Energy Disputes on the Rise—Employment, IP and Commercial, and Antitrust, by Susan Llewellyn Deniker, Dylan T. Hughes, Cristina Espinosa Rodriguez, Jennifer Cochrane Bevilacqua, Sydney C. Rupe, and Linda R. Stahl
Chapter 12 – Climate Change and Social Justice—The Risks of Government Investigations and Securities Litigation, by Michael J. Biles and Bridget Moore
Chapter 13 – Use of Land in CCUS and Related Property Rights, by James McAnelly and Jarrod Gamble
Chapter 14 – Advancing Disruptive Hydrogen and De-Carbonized Economies: A Playbook for Global Strategics Focused on Advancing ESG-Driven Breakthrough Invention, by Elise N. Zoli
Chapter 15 – Federal Tax Credits Available for Carbon Oxide Sequestration, by Elizabeth L. McGinley
Chapter 16 – Ethical Hazards of Text Messaging and Other Electronic Communications: Lessons to be Learned, by Anthony C. Marino
Chapter 17 – Facilitating Fission: How the NRC Can Improve the Licensing of Small Modular Reactors, by Eric Leis (Winner, Hartrick Scholar Writing Competition)