Tuesday, December 17, 2013
As someone who has focused his research, scholarship, and teaching on business law and energy law, it's long been my argument that energy is the key to long-term prosperity and quality of life. Access to energy is critical, as are sustainable practices to ensure access to energy goes along with, and is not in lieu of, access to clean air and clean water. See, e.g., my article: North Dakota Expertise: A Chance to Lead in Economically and Environmentally Sustainable Hydraulic Fracturing.
As I often do, this morning I visited the Harvard Business Law Review Online to see what topical issues were taking center stage. A quick look reveals that three of the eight articles under the U.S. Business Law heading were energy related. The articles are worth a look. Here's a quick link to each:
The Regulatory Challenge Of Distributed Generation, by David B. Raskin
Investing in U.S. Pipeline Infrastructure: Could the Proposed Master Limited Partnerships Parity Act Spur New Investment?, by Linda E. Carlisle, Daniel A. Hagan & Jane E. Rueger
Why Are Foreign Investments in Domestic Energy Projects Now Under CFIUS Scrutiny?, by Stephen Heifetz & Michael Gershberg