31 Energy L.J. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/energy31 and id is 1 raw text is: ENERGY LAW
JOURNAL.
Volume 3 1, No. 1                                                    2010
CONTENTS
President's Message..........................................................  x
Editor-in-Chief s Page ........................................................X1
Merriman Memoriam .......................................................  xii
ARTICLES
Energy Market Manipulation: Definition, Diagnosis, and Deterrence...........1I
Craig Pirrong
Philip R. Sharp Address at Energy Bar Association Meeting .................. 21
Security of Energy Supply: When Could National Policy Take
Precedence Over European Law?9..................................... 31
Carlos Padr6s
Endrius E. Cocciolo
The New FERC Enforcement: Due Process Issues in the
Post-EPAct 2005 Enforcement Cases..............................          55
William Scherman
John Shepherd
Jason Fleischer
Energy Bar Association Panel Discussing The Smart Grid ...................  81
Allocation of International Petroleum Licenses to National
Oil Companies: Insights From the Coase Theorem.........................111l
S. Scott Gaille
Prohibiting Fraud and Deception in Wholesale Petroleum Markets:
The New Federal Trade Commission Market Manipulation Rule ............. 125
Theodore A. Gebhard
James F. Mongoven
Implementation of Biological Sequestration Offsets in a Carbon Reduction
Policy: Answers to Key Questions for a Successful Domestic
Offset Program.............................................................. 157
Robert J Carpenter
BOOK REVIEW
Smart Power ............................................................... 183
Reviewed by William A. Mogel

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