Energy Law and Regulation
|Term: Spring Term 2013-14 (2144)|
|Catalog Number: 5038|
|Class Number: 21165|
|Room: LAW 113.|
|Instructor: David R. Overstreet|
|Credits: 3.0 Credits|
|Priority: General Enrollment Course|
The focus will be on the resources of the Appalachian Basin, including coal, wind and natural gas. Topics will include: the distinction between monopoly-based and competition-based regulation; the unique challenges to renewable energy development; the interplay of local, state and federal jurisdiction over issues like siting, licensing and permitting; and issues currently facing Marcellus Shale development.
The final exam will be take-home. There may also be a take-home midterm assignment or a group presentation.