Proceedings of the Institute on Energy Law
(Formerly Proceedings of the Institute on Oil and Gas Law)
The Proceedings of the Institute on Energy 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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The annual proceedings of the Institute on Energy 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 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.
The timeliness of the topics and the insight and experience of the authors make The Institute for Energy Law of The Center for American and International Law's Annual Institute on Energy Law a valuable addition to the library of anyone with a practice concerned with oil and gas law.
Also available as a companion to the print version is a separate, one-volume consolidated index and finding tables for back issues.
The 72nd Annual ISBN was 9781663305640.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 — U.S. Energy Policy under the Biden Administration, by Janice Schneider and Nathaniel Glynn
Chapter 2 — Annual Case Law Update (2021), by Monika U. Ehrman, Owen L. Anderson, Keith B. Hall, Michael Jones, and Christopher S. Kulander
Chapter 3 — Legal Ethics in the Age of Flexible Work, by Allison Standish Miller and Seepan V. Parseghian
Chapter 4 — Is Your Company at Risk of Being Swept Under by a Tidal Wave of Greenwashing Lawsuits?, by David A. Baay, Garrett A. Gibson, and Jay P. Patel
Chapter 5 — Biden PFAS Action Plan: A New Frontier?, by Ann Al-Bahish, PhD, John Xiong, PhD, PE, and Matthew Thomas
Chapter 6 — McGirt v. Oklahoma—Considerations for the Energy Industry, by Graydon D. Luthey, Jr. and R. Trent Shores
Chapter 7 — Hook, Line & Sinker: Litigation Nightmares Arising When My Vessel's Anchor Ruptures Your Subsea Pipeline, by Jana Byron, Rebekah Bennett, Jeremy Herschaft, and Jody Schisel-Meslin
Chapter 8 — The Use of Divisive Mergers in A&D Transactions, by Jessica M. M. Rodriguez and Alexander M. Bohn
Chapter 9 — ORRIs, VPPs and Other Structured Alternatives to Traditional Financing, by Rahul D. Vashi, P.C., William C. Eiland II, and Matt Gibson
Chapter 10 — Key Considerations for E&P-Midstream Joint Ventures, by Travis L. Counts, Lucas L. Tanner, and Colleen N. Sitton
Chapter 11 — Opportunities and Issues in Cryptocurrency Mining Ventures, by Ryan A. Morgan and Melissa Munson
Chapter 12 — ESG and the SEC: A Look Back, A Look Around, and A Look Ahead, by Jessica Magee, Scott Mascianica, Brandon King, and Javan Porter
Chapter 13 — Pathways to a Lower Carbon Future—In the Spotlight: Carbon Capture and Hydrogen, by Penny Cygan-Jones
Chapter 14 — Energy and Environmental Justice in 2022, by Roy D. Prather III
Chapter 15 — Jones Act Compliance Amidst Developing Offshore Technologies and Transportation Support for Alternative Energy Initiatives, by Stephen C. Hanemann
Chapter 16 — Tax Law and the Energy Transition: Tax Credits, Tax Equity Financing, and Green Energy Projects, by Michael P. Bresson and Phillip Clifton
Chapter 17 — Human Rights Claims and Counterclaims in International Energy Arbitration, by Prof. Frédéric Gilles Sourgens
Chapter 18 — Deans of Oil & Gas Practice Lecture, by Randall Ebner
Chapter 19 — Oil's Well That Ends Well—An Application for a New Mexico-Texas Transboundary Well and Its Implications, by Molly H. Samsell (Winner, Hartrick Scholar Writing Competition)