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EU Energy Law and Policy: A Critical Account


ISBN13: 9780199686391
Published: September 2013
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £73.00



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A critical overview of European Union energy law and policy, this book takes a law-in-context approach as it examines the development of EU energy law from the 1950s to the present day. It discusses the development of EU energy law; the application of general EU law into energy; the regulation of EU energy markets; international aspects of EU energy law; and policy, sustainability, and energy regulation.

Presenting an up-to-date overview of EU energy law and policy and a critical analysis of its sub-areas, the book extends the discussion from electricity and natural gas markets to other areas of energy, including oil. This holistic approach to the subject is then placed within the broader context of the international geopolitical sphere which EU energy law and policy operates, as the author considers the impact of regional and international energy policies and markets on the EU markets and the overall EU policy. He also draws on the wider context and takes into account non-legal factors such as the impact of unconventionals, the rise of the BRICS, and the 'Arab spring'. The book frames EU energy law as a topic that can provoke intellectual, political, and professional discussion about the slowly moving train of economic regulation under the typical pressures and contradictions of countries and the European Union in the global economy.

Subjects:
Energy and Natural Resources Law
Contents:
1. Introduction: EU Energy Law and the Approach Taken in this Study
2. The Regulatory History of EU Energy: The Evolution of EU Energy Law from 1957 Onwards
3. The Evolution of the Sector-Specific Regulatory Framework
4. Treaty Law and the Energy Sector
5. Environment and Energy: On a Bumpy Road Towards a Clean Energy Future
6. The International Dimension of EU Energy Law and Policy
7. From State to Market and Back: The Changing Role(s) of Markets and States in the EU
8. Conclusion: European Energy Law under the Impact of Globalization: From State to Market, from Plan to Contract, from Public Ownership to Economic Regulation and Beyond
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