Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law

(The TQCC of Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Law is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Recent US Trade Restrictions Affecting Cuba, Iran and Libya—a View from Outside the US25
Regulating the social aspects of mine closure in three Australian states19
From technology transfer to technology absorption: addressing climate technology gaps in Africa14
The 2014 German Renewable Energy Sources Act revision – from feed-in tariffs to direct marketing to competitive bidding10
Framework for petroleum revenue management in Ghana: current problems and challenges10
Ghana’s Minerals Development Fund Act: addressing the needs of mining communities8
Local content requirements in oil and gas contracts: regional trends in the Middle East and North Africa8
Russian Gas to Europe: From Long-Term Contracts, On-Border Trade and Destination Clauses to …?8
Integrating the ‘duty of care’ under the European Convention on Human Rights and the science and law of climate change: the decision of The Hague Court of Appeal in the Urgenda case6
Regulating groundwater in a drying climate: lessons from South West Australia6
The development of natural resources in outer space5
A common EU framework regulating import pipelines for gas? Exploring the Commission's proposal to amend the 2009 Gas Directive5
Rights to Minerals in Sweden: Current Situation from an Historical Perspective5
The Rocky Hill decision: a watershed for climate change action?5
From Principles to Practice: the Kyoto Protocol5
Legal strategies for the mitigation of risk for energy infrastructure projects4
Smartening up while keeping safe? Advances in smart metering and data protection under EU law4
Just how much is enough? EU regulation of capacity and reliability margins on electricity interconnectors4
Post Piper Alpha: Some Reflections on Offshore Safety Regimes from a Norwegian Perspective4
Looking Back, Looking Ahead – Gas Sector Developments in the Netherlands and the EU: from Manufactured Gas via Natural Gas to Biogas4
Delimitation of Energy Law Jurisdiction: the EU and its Member States: From Organisational to Regulatory Conflicts4
Underground repositories, reprocessing facilities and floating nuclear power plants: liability issues revisited4