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.

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Research Papers

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.

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AIEN Opens New Renewable Fuels Taskforce

AIEN is opening a new taskforce for enrollment that will explore how AIEN can add value to the Renewable Fuels space. The taskforce template of evaluating and identifying the risks, potential contract scoping, term sheets and eventual recommendation to the AIEN Board of Directors, has been very successful in defining where and how AIEN can … Continue reading “AIEN Opens New Renewable Fuels Taskforce”

New Model Contract Drafting Committees Formed to Develop Hydrogen Agreements

The AIEN Board has approved the formation of two new drafting committees to develop 1) a Hydrogen Joint Development & Operating Agreement (JDOA) and 2) a Hydrogen Sale & Purchase Agreement. The formation of these model contract drafting committees was a recommendation from AIEN’s Hydrogen Taskforce, who prioritized these as high-value agreements for AIEN to … Continue reading “New Model Contract Drafting Committees Formed to Develop Hydrogen Agreements”

Access the AIEN CCUS Taskforce White Paper

With ever more global focus on carbon management, there is increasing interest in Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS), from a range of industries including oil/gas, power generation and heavy industry. In 2022, AIEN responded with the creation of a Taskforce, with the ultimate goal of recommending certain model clauses, contracts or term sheets to … Continue reading “Access the AIEN CCUS Taskforce White Paper”

Advisor Newsletter

Published quarterly, AIEN’s Advisor newsletter keeps members apprised of association initiatives, upcoming events, as well as important industry insights such as updates on country laws and government contract terms. Special interest articles are featured as well. The Advisor is a members-only resource.

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