28 Energy L.J. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/energy28 and id is 1 raw text is: ENERGY LAW
JOURNAL
Volume 28, No. 1                                                      2007
CONTENTS
President's  M essage  ............................................................................................... X
Editor-in-Chiefs  Page  ...................................................................................   xi
ARTICLES
Who Pays, Who Benefits, and Adequate Investment
in  N atural G as  Infrastructure  ................................................................ 1
William B. Tye and
Josg Antonio Garcia
Growing Pains: FERC's Responses to Challenges to
the Development of Oil Pipeline Infrastructure .............................................. 43
Christopher J Barr
Regulating Avian Impacts Under the Migratory Bird Treaty
Act and Other Laws: The Wind Industry Collides with One
of its Own, the Environmental Protection Movement ..................................... 71
John Arnold McKinsey
Insurance for the Energy Industry in the Wake of Katrina and Rita ............... 93
New Orleans Chapter of the EBA
The Russian Gas Industry, its Legal Structure, and
its Influence  on  W orld  M arkets ......................................................................... 125
Yuli Grigoryev
Measuring the Benefits and Costs of Regional
Electric  G rid  Integration  ...................................... ...................................... 147
Seth Blumsack
Formation and Nurture of a Regional State Committee ..................................... 185
William H. Smith, Jr.
NOTE
In Search of a Remedy to the Nuclear Storage Conundrum:
Western Shoshone National Council v. United States ........................................ 207
Andrew J. Butcher

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