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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 73rd Annual ISBN was 9781663344687.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 – 2022 Oil and Gas Case Law Update, by Christopher Kulander
Chapter 2 –The Legal Ethics Year in Review: News You Can Use, by Lucian T. Pera
Chapter 3 – The Intersection of the Accommodation Doctrine and the Endangered Species Act, by Michael J. Mazzone, Julia Peebles, and Dallas Jackson
Chapter 4 – Frequently Litigated Provisions of Oil and Gas MSAs, by Courtney E. Ervin, Colin Watterson, D. Ryan Cordell, Jr., George Lugrin IV, Reece Rondon, and Aaron Koenck
Chapter 5 – Statutory Liens on Oil and Gas Wells, by John Chadd, Brent Chicken, and Melissa Munson
Chapter 6 – Oil and Gas Acquisitions & Divestitures: Deal Trends and Key Terms, by Anthony J. Carna, Denny Ng, Rich Frazier, and Molleigh M. Thomas
Chapter 7 – Digital Assets Regulation in 2023: Is a New Regulatory Framework Finally Emerging?, by Deanna Reitman, Elizabeth S. M. (Liz) Caires, Michael Mapp, Eric Forni, and Evan North
Chapter 8 – Questions to Be Answered in 2023 for the LNG Industry, by Monica Hwang, Shaw Ottis, John Renneisen, and Silvia Smith
Chapter 9 – Private Equity’s Role in the Energy Transition, by Hillary H. Holmes and To Nhu Huynh
Chapter 10 – ESG at a Time of Energy Insecurity, by Trevor G. Pinkerton
Chapter 11 – Overview of Renewable Energy Opportunities in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) with Update on Recent Guidance from the IRS, by Deanne Barrow and Harriet Amelia Wessel
Chapter 12 – West Virginia v. EPA: How the Major Questions Doctrine Limits Federal Agencies’ Role in Addressing Climate Change and Other Big Problems, by Matthew Z. Leopold, Bethany A. Davis Noll, Thomas Lorenzen, and Kevin Poloncarz
Chapter 13 – Risks and New Developments in Carbon Pricing, by Kevin Poloncarz and Andrew Westgate
Chapter 14 – CCS Primacy: Who Has It? Who Wants It? What Does It Take to Get It from EPA?, by Anne Austin, Ken McQueen, Ethan G. Shenkman, and Anna Wildeman
Chapter 15 – Nuclear Hydrogen Production: A Key Decarbonization Solution, by Elina Teplinsky
Chapter 16 – ROADBLOCKS to Innovation in Energy, by Kenneth Wagner
Chapter 17 – Deans of Oil & Gas Practice Lecture, by Jay Martin
Chapter 18 – ESG and Ethical Lawyering, by John Towers Rice
Chapter 19 – The Inflation Reduction Act and WTO Obligations: Forecasting a Turbulent Future for American Wind Energy Initiatives, by Harry Phillips (Winner, Hartrick Scholar Writing Competition) Index