Journal of World Energy Law & Business
The JWELB, published by Oxford University Press, is the official publication of AIEN (formerly AIPN). It provides high-quality articles that combine academic excellence with professional relevance and benefits from the expertise of a Board of internationally respected academics, lawyers and other energy professionals. All members receive free online access and receive a generous discount on print subscriptions.
The annual Research Paper grant program funds the preparation of practical, thoroughly researched papers by leading practitioners and academics on topics related to international energy negotiations, such as matters of contract, law or policy. An important tool to staying up-to-date on current issues affecting the industry, this research is made available free of charge for members and at a nominal fee for non-members.
2024 Research Paper Program Accepting Proposals until March 26
AIEN is now inviting proposals for a new Research Paper. The topic may be selected by the proposed author and should be a subject of interest to the membership that is directly related to international energy negotiations, such as matters of contract, law or policy. Please review the RFP information document below for full program … Continue reading “2024 Research Paper Program Accepting Proposals until March 26”
AIEN in the News – Recent Articles in World Oil and Global Hydrogen Review
Hydrogen: A Springboard for the Energy Transition, Global Hydrogen Review Nuno Antunes, leader of AIEN’s Hydrogen Taskforce wrote an insightful article in the Summer Issue of Global Hydrogen Review. He discusses the challenges involved in creating a low carbon hydrogen economy and how the AIEN member network is taking steps to support this. The article … Continue reading “AIEN in the News – Recent Articles in World Oil and Global Hydrogen Review”
New Research Paper Published “Implications of ‘Net-Zero Emissions by 2050’ for the Hydrocarbon Industry”
AIEN is pleased to announce the publication of a new Research Paper “Implications of ‘Net-Zero Emissions by 2050’ for the Hydrocarbon Industry”, authored by Professor Tina Soliman Hunter, Jordie Pettit, and Dr. Madeline Taylor. AIEN’s annual Research Paper program offers a substantial grant to selected qualified authors for preparation of practical, thoroughly researched papers on … Continue reading “New Research Paper Published “Implications of ‘Net-Zero Emissions by 2050’ for the Hydrocarbon Industry””
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