European Energy Law Report IX

Martha M. Roggenkamp (Redaktør) ; Olivia Woolley (Redaktør)

Serie: Energy and Law 13

The European Energy Law Report IX presents an overview of the most important legal developments in the field of EU and national energy and climate change law as discussed at the 24th European Energy Law Seminar in 2011. Les mer
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The European Energy Law Report IX presents an overview of the most important legal developments in the field of EU and national energy and climate change law as discussed at the 24th European Energy Law Seminar in 2011. Part one presents an analysis of EU case law on the second energy package as well as a judicial interpretation of the legal limits on government intervention in energy pricing in liberalized markets. Part two focuses on transparency and design challenges in the energy and carbon markets. It examines the new EU Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT) and the impact it has on the upstream gas market. Thereafter it discusses the options for including end-users in carbon emissions trading schemes. The third part concentrates on energy infrastructure development in the EU. First, it discusses obstacles to infrastructure development and the European Commission's proposal to overcome them. Then, it considers potential legal difficulties and solutions with the construction of offshore electricity grids. The final part deals with energy security.
One chapter reviews the global expansion of unconventional gas exploitation, and identifies the challenges for further growth of this sector. The final chapter examines both the proposal by Russia for a new energy convention on supply security, and how it relates to the Energy Charter Treaty. With contributions by Halvor Aurmo, Sylvia Elisabeth Beyer, Anatole Boute, Graham Coop, Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Jeppe Dano, Thomas Deruytter, Berend Jan Drijber, Martha Roggenkamp, Suryapratim Roy, Sergey Seliverstov, Frederik Vandendriessche, Odd-Harald Wasenden, Edwin Woerdman and Olivia Woolley.

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Olivia Wooley is an assistant professor at the University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom. She was formerly postdoctoral researcher at the University of Groningen.Olivia joined the School of Law at the University of Aberdeen as a Lecturer in February 2013. She specialises in renewable energy law and environmental law. Olivia worked at the Groningen Centre of Energy Law (of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands) between 2011 and 2013 as the coordinator of a research project concerned with the formulation of legal frameworks for offshore grid development in the North Sea (in collaboration with the Delft University of Technology). She also conducted research at Groningen into the challenges presented to existing European Union and Member State regulations for electricity transmission and distribution systems by their increased use for transmitting and distributing energy from renewable sources. Olivia undertook and completed a PhD in law at University College London between 2007 and 2012. Her doctoral research was concerned with the protection of ecosystem functionality, and her thesis presents proposals for a system of governance and associated legal frameworks that seek to preserve this. Olivia practised as a solicitor specialising in dispute resolution in the energy and construction sectors between 1995 and 2004.