The Oil, Gas and Energy Law (OGEL, ISSN 1875-418X) journal is pleased to invite submissions for an OGEL Special Issue on "Energy Law and Regulation in Low-carbon and Transitional Energy Markets"
The guest editors of this special are:
- Professor Raphael J. Heffron, Professor in Global Energy Law & Sustainability, Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP), University of Dundee, UK;
- Dr. Penelope Crossley, Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney Law School, Sydney, Australia; and
- Dr. Tade Oyewunmi, Senior Researcher at the Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL), UEF, Finland.
This special issue will focus on the role of energy law, policy and regulation in identifying the trade-offs and efficiently managing the costs and benefits of the global transition towards low-carbon energy systems, which will have to remain competitive and commercially secure.
The following is a list of suggested topics (non-exhaustive) on which papers are invited:
- Upstream petroleum law and contracts in low-carbon energy supply scenarios
- Identifying the costs and benefits of transitional energy markets (international and national contexts)
- The role of energy law and policy in the rise of renewable energy and emerging technologies
- Policy implications of transitional energy supply markets (international and national contexts)
- The evolving international gas market and transitional 'low-carbon' energy markets
- The resilience and reliability of energy supply networks in low-carbon economies
- Implications of decarbonisation for energy industry contracts and project financing
- Instruments of regulation (e.g. carbon tax) in transitional energy markets
- Energy Law for the Transition
The call for papers - including contact info - is available on the OGEL website here: https://www.ogel.org/news.asp?key=564
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