Energy Law

Managing the Turmoil in European Energy Markets

Academic Webinar Series

Webinar begins at 11:00 am Central

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Duration: 1 hour

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This webinar explores 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 market volatility caused the President of the European Commission, Dr. Ursula von der Leyen, to declare a market failure leading to significant EU and EU member state intervention in European energy markets. This webinar will address the causes of the European energy market failure and will discuss what to expect from governmental intervention and its long term impact on energy transition trajectories and European energy markets themselves.

Webinar begins at 11:00 am Central
Duration: 1 hour

MCLE Credit will not be available. This webinar is free for everyone.


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Frédéric Gilles Sourgens
Washburn University School of Law
Topeka, KS

Picture of Kim Talus

Kim Talus
Tulane University Law School
New Orleans, LA

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Tade Oyewunmi
University of North Dakota School of Law
Grand Forks, ND

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Anna Butenko
Brussels, Belgium

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Leigh Hancher
University of Tilburg; Florence School of Regulation
Florence, Italy

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