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International Energy Law Review

International Energy Law Review
Practice Area: Energy Law
ISBN: 9780414101142
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
General Editors: Raina Lal; Claire Wilby
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EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

General Editors
Raina Lal
Senior Counsel at QatarEnergy

Claire Wilby
Energy Consultant, Wilby Advisory

Regional Developments Editor
Lucille de Silva
Dentons, London, UK

Editorial Board
Rachel Boyd
Legal Counsel, International Energy Agency

Graham Coop
Volterra Fietta, London, UK

Julia A. Czarniak
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, New York

Hywel Davies
Slaughter and May, London, UK

Professor Dr Pablo Ferrara LLM PCA
Arbitrator (UNCLOS Annex VII), Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Jessica Gladstone
Partner, Clifford Chance LLP, London, UK

Raphael J Heffron BA, MA, MLitt, MPhil, MSc, PhD, Barrister-at-Law
Professor & Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine

Geoff Hewitt
Consultant, Surrey, UK

Sean Korney
Lead Counsel, Joint venture, M&A, NOVA Chemicals, Calgary, Canada

Pascal Laffont
Chief Legal Counsel, International Energy Agency

Thierry Lauriol
Cabinet Jeantet & Associés, Paris, France

Gordon Nardell KC
20 Essex Street, London, UK

Martha Roggenkamp
Professor of Energy Law, University of Groningen, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Robert Ruddiman
Head of Energy, Burness Paull, Aberdeen, Scotland

Michael Taylor
Gowling WLG (UK) LLP, London, UK

David Tennant
Dentons UKMEA LLP, London, UK

Stephen Tromans
39 Essex Street, London, UK

Graham Vinter
Covington & Burling LLP, Formerly of BG Group Plc

Justin Williams
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, London, UK

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Omar Beretta
Beretta Godoy

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Gerard Woods
Allens Arthur Robinson

James Fahey
ERP Advisory Pty Ltd

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Bernard Deltour
Industrious Law Firm

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Miranda Alliance, Solege SL

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PwC Legal

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Mondelez International

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Gabriela Cacerea
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston

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Ivan Bunik
Timofeev, Vahrenwald & Partners LLP

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Katia Mengel
Director, Norton Rose Fulbright

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Jonathan W. Blythe
Senguler & Senguler Law Office

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Bate Toms
B.C. Toms & Co

United Kingdom
Phil Greatrex
CW Energy Tax Consultants Ltd

United States
Julia Weller
Energy Law International

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