European Energy Law Report VIII

Martha M. Roggenkamp (Redaktør) ; Ulf Hammer (Redaktør)

Serie: Energy and Law 12

The European Energy Law Report VIII 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 2010 European Energy Law Seminar. Les mer
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The European Energy Law Report VIII 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 2010 European Energy Law Seminar. The first part discusses new developments following the energy liberalisation process and the Third Energy Package. It includes an overview of the recent EU case law on competition in the energy sector. This is followed by a discussion about the cooperation of TSOs and, in particularly, the role of ENTSO as well as an analysis of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) and its role in enhancing the cooperation of national energy regulators. Finally, it discusses Regulation 994/2010 as a measure to improve the EU's security of gas supply. The second part deals with the promotion of renewable energy sources in a liberalised market. It examines Directive 2009/28/EC as Europe's new tool to reach its ambitious goals of 20% renewables in 2020. Thereafter, it discusses Denmark's new law providing new incentives for the promotion of onshore wind energy. The third part concentrates on investments in the energy sector and climate change.
It begins with an analysis of the EU rules concerning energy and investment after the Lisbon Treaty. Thereafter the focus turns to the Yukos case and international arbitration by foreign energy investors in Russia. Finally, it examines direct foreign investment and its role for combating climate change. With contributions by Nicole Ahner, Jens Bengtsson, Anatole Boute, Adrien de Hauteclocque, Nadia Horstmann, Florence Melchior, Steven de Moel, Silke Mutter Goldberg, Elisabeth Tuerk, Moritz von Unger, Wim Vandenberghe, Hans Vedder, Stefan Weishaar and Edwin Woerdman.

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Martha M. Roggenkamp is professor of Energy Law at the University of Groningen and Director of the Groningen Centre of Energy Law. She is also a board member of the Groningen Energy and Sustainability Program (GESP) and the coordinator of the North Sea Energy Law Program and the specialization 'Energy and Climate Law" in the LLM European Law. She has published widely on energy law issues since the early 1990s. She is the author of the monograph "Oil and Gas: Netherlands Law and Practice" (Chancery 1991) and "Het Juridisch Kader van Pijpleidingen in de Olie- en Gasindustrie" (PhD, Intersentia 1999). She is one of the co-editors of the book "Energy Law in Europe" (OUP 2003, 2007 and 2015), The Regulation of Power Exchanges in Europe (Intersentia 2004), the "European Energy Law Report I - X (Intersentia 2004-2014), "Legal Design of Carbon Capture and Storage-Developments in the Netherlands from an International and EU Perspective" (Intersentia 2009), "Energy Networks and the Law - Innovative Solutions in Changing Markets"(OUP 2012) and "Essential EU Climate Law"(Edgar Elgar forthcoming 2015). She also has the chair of the Dutch Association of Energy Lawyers and as a member of the Academic Advisory Group of the Section on Energy, Environment and Infrastructure law of the IBA she has participated in several research projects covering issues such as "Security of Energy Supply," "Human Rights in the Energy Sector," "Reregulating the Energy and Natural Resources Sector" and "The Law of Energy Underground" (all published at OUP). In addition, she is editor in chief of the series Energy & Law published by Intersentia (Antwerp), member of the editorial board of the Dutch Journal of Energy Law and of the editorial committee of the Journal of Energy and Natural Resources Law, the International Energy Law Review and the Renewable Energy Law and Policy Review.

Ulf Hammer has been Professor dr. juris at the University of Oslo, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law since 2004. He is head of the Institute's Department of Petroleum and Energy Law. Before that he was Senior Executive Officer in the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (1983-1988), Assistant Judge (1988-1990), Legal Counsel in Hydro (1990-1995) and