31 J. Energy & Nat. Resources L. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/jenrl31 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of Energy &     Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law
Natural Resources Law   Vol 31 No 1  February 2013   pp 1-104  ISSN 0264 6811
is the journal of the
International Bar
Association's Section
on Energy, Environment,
Natural Resources and COntents
Infrastructure Law (SEERIL).
It is published quarterly.
Editorial                                               1
Challenges of Mining Policy and Regulation in
Central Asia: the Case of the Kyrgyz Republic           5
Tuula Honkonen
Oil, Energy Poverty and Resource Dependence in
West Africa                                            33
Morgan Bazilian, ljeoma Onyeji, Peri-Khan Aqrawi,
Benjamin K Sovacool, Emmanuel Ofori, Daniel M Kammen
and Thts Van de Graaf
Disclosure of Payments under the US Dodd-Frank Act:
the 'Resource Extraction Rule'                         55
Celia R Taylor
Commentary
Grid Collapse of July 2012: Challenges of an Evolving
Indian National Grid                                   65
Amit Kapur and Deepeika Kalia
Consultation, the Way Forward                          81
K H Haddow
Book Reviews
The Technical and Legal Guide to Global Hydrocarbons   91
The World Under Pressure: How China and India are
Influencing the Global Economy and Environment         96
Index                                                 102
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