Energy Law Journal, Volume 40, No.1 (2019)

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CONTENTS

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF’S PAGE                                                                                                                
IN MEMORIAM: JOHN E. (JACK) HOLTZINGER JR.
IN MEMORIAM: KEVIN J. MCINTYRE
IN MEMORIAM: CURTIS (CURT) MOFFATT
IN MEMORIAM: JON MOSTEL
IN MEMORIAM: JAMES E. ROGERS, JR.

ARTICLES

FERC and Climate Change
Rich Glick & Matthew Christiansen
 
The Intersection of Market Manipulation Law and Monopolization under the Sherman Act: Does it Make Economic Sense?   
Shaun D. Ledgerwood, James A. Keyte, Jeremy A. Verlinda, & Guy Ben-Ishai
 
New Regulation for the Power Generation and Gas Industries in Mexico: The Possibilities for Foreign Investors
Alejandro López-Velarde
 
How Political Risk Associated with Climate Change is Impacting Pipeline Construction Agreements
S. Scott Gaille 

BOOK REVIEWS

Enron Ascending: The Forgotten Years, 1984-1996
Reviewed by Robert J. Michaels 

NOTES

KNOWN KNOWNS AND KNOWN UNKNOWNS: QUANTIFYING THE INDIRECT AND CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF DOMESTIC LNG EXPORTS UNDER NEPA
Joshua D. Ihler

A MAP WITHOUT A LEGEND: LEAVING FERC WITHOUT DIRECTION
Peter McVary


COMMITTEE REPORTS

For environmental reasons and to save printing costs we have not included the committee reports in the hard copy version of the Journal. The reports are available in the online edition of the Journal.  The current edition includes the following committee reports:

Compliance and Enforcement Committee
Electricity Committee
Finance and Transactions Committee
International Energy Law and Transactions Committee
Renewable Energy Subcommittee

 

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Finally, we wish to express a special thanks to the sponsors of the current edition of the Journal: Kirkland & Ellis LLP and the Edison Electric Institute