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Spring 2015
5397 Oil & Gas Pipeline Regulation - LAKE- 22561

Professor(s): Kathleen Lake (ADJUNCT)

Credits: 3

Course Areas: Energy, Natural Resources and Environmental Law 

Time: 10:30a-12:00p  TTH  Location: 209  BLB

Course Outline: 'Oily' shale gas plays in the United States have spotlighted the need for additional domestic pipeline infrastructure that may include a combination of natural gas pipelines and oil/condensate pipelines. This course will compare and contrast the principal substantive laws and rules in the United States that govern the economic regulation of oil pipelines and natural gas pipelines, with emphasis on federal regulation under the Interstate Commerce Act and the Natural Gas Act. In addition, the course will focus on the differing historical antecedents, and economic and regulatory policies , which are the drivers of economic regulation of domestic oil and gas pipelines under these different regulatory regimes. This course will be taught using statutes, court cases, and agency decisions assembled by Professor Lake; these course reading materials will be made available through the Associate Dean's office prior to the first day of class.

Course Syllabus: Syllabus

Course Notes: This is an LL.M class, and JD students may register, if space is available.   


First Day Assignments:

Final Exam Schedule: 05/07/15 9am-12pm  209 BLB    

This course will have:
Exam: YES
Paper: NO

Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No

Experiential Course Type:

Bar Course:

Course Materials (11/7/2014 1:01:01 PM)

No book required for this course

Course materials will be available at the Associate Dean's Office - Dean's suite 104 BLB prior to the first day of class.