January 16, 2014

Energy Law in the 21st Century: Views from the U.S. and Russia

Through this special online publication, the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources is pleased to present twenty papers produced by energy law experts from the United States and the Russian Federation. These papers were written under the auspices of the U.S.-Russia Energy Working Group’s University “Rule of Law” Partnership. This Working Group is a part of the U.S.-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission, established by Presidents Obama and Medvedev in 2009.

Overview-Energy Law in the 21st Century: Views from the U.S. and Russia

The Nature and Characteristics of Russian Energy Law

Natural Gas & Oil

Electric Power

Regulation of Mineral Resources Production in the Arctic

Preventing Environmental Damage from Offshore Oil Production

Energy Efficiency

Natural Resources Law Affecting Energy Production Facilities

Russian Public-Private Energy Partnerships

Russian Laws Affecting Foreign Investment in Russian’s Energy Sector

Russian Example of Private Commercial Arbitration

Russian Concepts of International Energy Law

Energy Law in the Russian Academy

An example for how to cite these papers is as follows:

Emily Hammond, Nuclear Power in the United States:  An Overview, in Energy Law in the 21st Century: Views from the U.S. and Russia (Gary Allison, ed., 2014), http://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/administrative/
environment_energy_resources/resources/hammond_nuclear_power.pdf.