Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
The importance of lithium for achieving a low-carbon future: overview of the lithium extraction in the ‘Lithium Triangle’30
How voluntary carbon markets can drive climate ambition23
How to improve the EU legal framework in view of the circular economy15
The identification and impact of justice risks to commercial risks in the energy sector: post COVID-19 and for the energy transition13
What does energy security mean for energy-exporting countries? A closer look at the Russian energy security strategy11
Groundwater management in India's Punjab and Haryana: a case of too little and too late?9
Clean or renewable – hydrogen and power-to-gas in EU energy law8
Critical perspectives on South Africa’s groundwater law: established practice and the novel concept of public trusteeship7
‘All that glitters is not gold’: the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on artisanal and small-scale gold mining and supply chains in Peru6
Retrospective application of legal rules in the European Union: recent practice in the energy sector6
Cybersecurity in the energy sector: are we really prepared?5
Towards sustainable blue energy production: an analysis of legal transformative and adaptive capacity5
The challenges facing Eastern Mediterranean gas and how international law can help overcome them4
Just energy business needed! How to achieve a just energy transition by engaging energy companies in reaching climate neutrality: (re)conceptualising energy law for energy corporations4
Climate, ESG, and the board of directors: ‘You cannot direct the wind, but you can adjust your sails’4
Regulation and remediation of the impacts of mine wastes on land and water in South Africa4
The lithium triangle – the importance of Bolivia3
Implementing energy justice through a new social contract3
‘Green responses’ to COVID-19: Europe and the United States diverge yet again3
What are national ‘climate change acts’?3
Navigating the emerging lithium rush: lithium extraction from brines for clean-tech battery storage technologies3
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) in Zimbabwe: an appraisal of prospects and challenges3
Environmental information access and management in the Lithium Triangle: is it transparent information?3
Review of electricity laws and regulations of Bangladesh3
Rethinking international taxation and energy policy post COVID-19 and the financial crisis for developing countries3
Canada’s carbon energy overhang3
Keeping the lights on: oil and gas development in a low-carbon world2
China’s ownership policies in the coal sector: effectiveness of capacity regulation and prospect for climate change mitigation2
Fossil fuel mineral wealth and climate change law: expectations of coal mine development in a time of decarbonisation2
The right to a clean, healthy and sustainable environment: how to make it operational and effective2
The Nigerian electricity regulatory framework: hotspots and challenges for off-grid renewable electricity development2
Indigenous co-ownership of mining projects: a preliminary framework for the critical examination of equity participation2
Energy law for the next generation, towards 2030 to 20502
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