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International Energy Law Review

International Energy Law Review
Practice Area: Energy Law
ISSN: 1757-4404
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
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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

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The Editors welcome contributions to International Energy Law Review. All correspondence and contributions should be emailed, with attached documents in Word, to Daisy Borrett at daisy.borrett@gmail.com

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General Editor
Christopher Clement-Davies
Consultant, London, UK

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

Prof. Dr Pablo Ferrara LLM

Jessica Gladstone
Partner, Clifford Chance LLP, London, UK

Prof. Raphael Heffron
Professor of Global Energy Law & Sustainability, CEPMLP, University of Dundee,UK

Geoff Hewitt
Consultant, Surrey, UK

Sean Korney
Burnet, Duckworth and Palmer LLP, Calgary, Canada

Pascal Laffont
Chief Legal Counsel, International Energy Agency

Thierry Lauriol
Cabinet Jeantet & Associés, Paris, France

Gordon Nardell QC
20 Essex Street, London, UK

Robert Pritchard
ResourcesLaw International, Sydney, Australia

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

Robert Ruddiman
Pinsent Masons LLP, Aberdeen, UK

Michael Taylor

David Tennant
Dentons UKMEA LLP, London, UK

Stephen Tromans
39 Essex Street, London, UK

Graham Vinter
Formerly BG Group Plc, Berkshire, UK

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

Contributing Editors

Travis J. Allan, J.D.
DeMarco Allan LLP, Canada

Inge Ekker Bartnes?
Wiersholm, Mellbye & Bech, advokatfirma AS, Norway

Omar Beretta
Beretta Godoy, Argentina

Marc van Beuge
Houthoff Buruma, Netherlands

Jonathan W. Blythe
Senguler & Senguler Law Office, Turkey

Iman Brinkman
Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortujn N.V., Netherlands

Ivan Bunik
Timofeev, Vahrenwald & Partners LLP, Russia

Cabriela Cacerea
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen, Romania

Rino Caiazzo
Caiazzo Donnini Pappalardo & Associati, Italy

Bernard Deltour
Praetica, Belgium

James Fahey
Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Australia

Phil Greatrex
CW Energy Tax Consultants Ltd, United Kingdom

Jaunius Gumbis
Valinius Ellex, Lithuania

Juan Ignacio
Uria Menendez, Spain

Anjali Iyer
Anjali Iyer & Associates, Singapore

Imbi Jurgen
Glimstedt, Estonia

Marina Kolia
Zepos & Yannopoulos, Greece

Anton Krustev
Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov & Velichkov, Bulgaria

Dr Lynia Lau
LC Lawyers LLP, Hong Kong

Rogelio Lopez-Velarde
Lopez Velarde, Heftye y Soria, Mexico

Patricia Nunez
Nunez, Munoz & Cia. Ltda, Abogados, Chile

Jean-Paul Prates
Expetro - Consultoria em Recursos Naturais, Brazil

Catarina Tavora and Tiago Cruz
Miranda Correia Amendoeira & Associados, Portugal

Prof. Arnold Vahrenwald
Timofeev, Vahrenwald & Partners LLP, Germany

O. Julia Weller
Energy Law International, United States

Gerard Woods
Allens Arthur Robinson, Australia


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