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International Energy Law Review
International Energy Law Review
Practice Area: Energy Law
ISSN: 1757-4404
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
Last Release: Jun 2014 / Next Release: Aug 2014
Subscription Information: 8 issues a year, Calendar year
Format: Journal
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Taking the power back - presenting the authority on energy law
 
The International Energy Law Review (IELR) examines the key legal, regulatory and commercial issues and developments in all energy sectors including coal, oil, gas, hydro, nuclear and renewables.
  • Presents expert articles analysing the legal developments within the energy sector
  • Examines the recent regulatory changes and discusses how these could affect you
  • Reports the legislative and regulatory changes in over 25 key jurisdictions
  • Spans across all sectors including coal, oil, gas, hydro, nuclear and renewable energy
  • Covers the changing patterns of international energy trade and its supervision around the world
  • Discusses the significant growth in environmental issues which affect this area of law
  • Examines the complex and often inter-related legal issues emerging from developments in the energy sector
  • Offers practical and technical updates for energy professionals
  • Reviews books relevant to the industry
CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
The Editors welcome contributions to International Energy Law Review. All correspondence and contributions should be emailed, with attached documents in Word, to Amanda Strange at amanda.strange@thomsonreuters.com
EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD
General Editor
Christopher Clement-Davies
 
Editorial Board
Lucille de Silva
DentonWilde Sapte LLP, London, UK
Michael Brothwood
DentonWilde Sapte, London, UK
Graham Coop
Energy Charter, Secretariat Brussels, Belgium
Warwick English
Shell International, London
Geoff Hewitt
Consultant, Surrey, UK
Sean Korney
Baker Botts LLP Dubai, UAE
Thierry Lauriol
Cabinet Jeantet & Associes, Paris, France
Elizabeth Norris
ExxonMobil International Limited, Leatherhead, UK
Robert Pritchard
ResourcesLaw International, Sydney, Australia
Martha Roggenkamp
Brinkhof advocaten Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Professor of Energy Law, University of Groningen
Robert Ruddiman
McGrigors LLP, Aberdeen, UK
Michael Taylor
Gowlings, London, UK
David Tennant
DentonWilde Sapte LLP, London, UK
Stephen Tromans
39 Essex Street, London, UK
Nancy Turck
International Energy Agency, Paris, France
Graham Vinter
BG Group plc, Berkshire, UK
Justin Williams
Linklaters LLP, London, UK
 
Contributing Editors
Omar Beretta
Beretta Godoy, Argentina
Gerard Woods
Allens Arthur Robinson, Australia
James Fahey
Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Australia
Bernard Deltour
Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck, Kirkpatrick, Belgium
Jean-Paul Prates
Expetro - Consultoria em Recursos Naturais, Brazil
Anton Krustev
Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov & Velichkov, Bulgaria
Barbara Hendrickson
McMillan Binch Mendelsohn LLP, Canada
Patricia Nunez
Nunez, Munoz & Cia. Ltda, Abogados, Chile
Imbi Jurgen
Tark & Co, Estonia
Prof Arnold Vahrenwald
Timofeev, Vahrenwald & Partners LLP, Germany
Marina Kolia
Zepos & Yannopoulos, Greece
Lynia Lau
Pinsent Masons, Hong Kong
Rino Caiazzo
Studio Legale Ughi e Nunziante, Italy
Jaunius Gumbis
Lideika, Petrauskas, Valiunas ir partneriai (LAWIN), Lithuania
Mexico
Rogelio Lopez-Velarde
Lopez Velarde, Heftye y Soria, Mexico
Iman Brinkman
Simmons & Simmons, Netherlands
Marc van Beuge
Houthoff Buruma, Netherlands
Inge Ekker Bartnes
Wiersholm, Mellbye & Bech, advokatfirma AS, Norway
Catarina Tavora and Tiago Cruz
Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados, Portugal
Cabriela Cacerea
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen, Romania
Ivan Bunik
Timofeev, Vahrenwald & Partners LLP, Russia
Anjali Iyer
Anjali Iyer & Associates, Singapore
Jenny McIntosh
Garlicke & Bousfield Inc, South Africa
Juan Ignacio
Uria Menendez, Spain
Jonathan W. Blythe
Senguler & Senguler Law Office, Turkey
Phil Greatrex
CW Energy Tax Consultants Ltd, United Kingdom
O. Julia Weller
Hunton & Williams LLP, United States
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