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Professor Tade Oyewunmi named co-editor of the Oil, Gas, & Energy Law Journal’s Special Issue.

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The special issue will focus on “International Energy and Investment Law Implications of the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act.” Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence invites submissions for a Special issue focusing on “International Energy and Investment Law Implications of the US Inflation Reduction Act“. The co-editors for this issue are Tade Oyewunmi (Assistant Professor of Law at […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi publishes ‘The Regulatory State and the Emerging Offshore Wind Energy Market in the United States’

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Professor Oyewunmi’s article is featured in Volume 60, Issue 1, 2023 of the Foundation Journal for Natural Resources and Energy Law The semiannual law journal of the former Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (now FNREL) contains reprints and original scholarly articles covering oil and gas, mining, water, public lands, and environmental law. This 2023 issue […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently published in the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy Newsletter

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Underground Property Rights for Carbon Capture Tade Oyewunmi | June 7, 2023 As carbon capture projects take off, policymakers must proactively establish legal frameworks and regulations to address potential disputes surrounding access and utilization of subsurface pore spaces for CO2 storage. Introduction As of 2022, there were about thirty operational and seventy carbon capture, utilization, and […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently presented at the International Energy Scholars Workshop held in Miami, Florida

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Examining the Implications of Conflicts and Crises on International Energy Security Professor Oyewunmi presented a paper examining the role of institutions and contractual arrangements in mitigating the impact of conflicts and crises on energy security, especially regarding the security of supply in international oil and gas markets. The International Energy Scholar Workshop was organized by […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently presented on the Implications of Global Energy Transition and Energy Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa

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The virtual seminar was hosted by the Centre for Petroleum, Energy Economics and Law, University of Ibadan, Nigeria on Thursday 6th April 2023 The idea of an ‘energy industry in transition’ is not necessarily a new phenomenon. When considering the formation of energy policy in this regard, it is essential to understand the relevant social, […]

A Review of Energy & Natural Resources Law Issues at the 2023 UND Energy Law Symposium

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The 2023 University of North Dakota (UND) Law Review’s symposium was held on Thursday, March 23, 2023, in Bismarck, North Dakota. The presentations at the symposium examined the role of law and regulation governing the development of carbon, capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS), including carbon dioxide (CO2) transportation infrastructure; a review of oil and gas […]

Professor Oyewunmi was a recent panelist for an Institute for Energy Law webinar

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Managing the Turmoil in European Energy Markets Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently participated in a webinar that explored the current energy market crisis in Europe. European energy markets have seen record futures prices of €1,000/ MWh only this August (a price more than ten times higher than contemporaneous forecasts in the US.) The unrivaled EU energy […]

Professor Tade Oyewunmi recently presented at the Natural Resources Law Teachers Workshop

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Professor Tade Oyewunmi presented a working paper on ‘The Regulatory State and the Emerging Offshore Wind Energy Market in the US’ at the Natural Resources Law Teachers Workshop hosted by the Foundation for Natural Resources and Energy Law in Vail, CO This paper discusses the emerging offshore wind energy market in the U.S. and highlights […]