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Symposium Objective and Purpose

In this Symposium, the LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources will discuss topics including the roles hydrogen and lithium elements will play in the renewable energy era, ownership rights of lithium water produced from mining operations, the HALO agreement between Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma, and underground carbon capture associated with producing these elements.

  • Unleashing the Hydrogen Hues: Navigating the Diverse Spectrum of Hydrogen in Energy
  • Lithium: Powering Progress, Crafting the Future
  • Flowing Assets: Navigating Ownership in the Lithium Waterscape
  • The HALO Agreement: Bridging Boundaries, Sharing Prosperity
  • Beneath the Surface: CO2 Storage and the Legal Depths Ahead

JELR’s symposium has been approved for 5.42 hour(s) of credit.

Course Title: Hydrogen & Lithium: Key Elements in the Energy Transition, Course #: 5170240126

Register HereAbout the LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources

The LSU Journal of Energy Law and Resources (JELR) is a student-edited academic journal at the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center committed to developing and promoting a variety of topics in the purview of energy law. The JELR was established by students at the LSU Paul M. Hebert Law Center in November of 2011.