Mondaq UK: Energy and Natural Resources
Gowling WLG
Alex Blackburn: Hello. Welcome to Inspiratia's latest webcast. This is the first in a new series looking at battery storage in partnership with the law firm Gowling WLG. I'm Alex Blackburn and I lead Inspiratia's renewables coverage in London.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Last week, the Liberian flag state called for the IMO to issue a resolution or circular requiring early reporting of low-sulphur fuel availability by member states
Haseltine Lake LLP
A few years ago, it felt like we were in the midst of a clean energy revolution, with the UK Government offering generous subsidies and enticing feed-in tariffs for both small and large-scale solar installations.
Marks & Clerk
For many in the energy sector, it's not just potential energy reserves which remain untapped, but also data reserves.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
The Government launched the Industrial Heat Recovery Support Programme (IHRSP) on 5th July 2018.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
This is the first in a series of client alerts discussing the potential impact of Brexit on energy trading in the UK.
Clyde & Co
How well have the Capacity Market (CM) and Emissions Performance Standard been working and are there any opportunities for improvement?
Brodies LLP
The developer won the appeal, so might not be too disappointed to lose the argument about the relevance of the shared ownership scheme.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published its final report in its Heat Networks Market Study on 29 July 2018.
Dentons
Research and development moves rapidly in the oil and gas industry. However, few could have foreseen the pace at which floating LNG (or FLNG) vessels are now becoming "commoditised".
Brodies LLP
It's a frequently heard joke that summer doesn't really exist in Scotland.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Given the substantial financial penalties imposed by the UK's economic regulators it is surprising that, unlike competition law enforcement cases, very few regulatory enforcement cases have ever been the subject of contested proceedings.
Fieldfisher LLP
Stuart Carter and Volkan Palanci offer some practical considerations to oil and gas companies arising from key cases on the subject of parent company liability for the tortious acts of its subsidiary.
Mayer Brown
The Government confirmed in March 2016 that it would abolish the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC) from the end of the 2018/19 compliance year.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The renewables sector in Scotland has every reason to be cheerful based on announcements this week confirming May 2019 for the next auction for Contracts for Difference and further auctions every two years.
Brodies LLP
The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA) has recently concluded that heat networks should be regulated.
Clyde & Co
Previous Solar Wars articles considered arbitral awards in respect of investors' claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) arising out of the curtailment of renewable incentive schemes in Europe.
Clyde & Co
In our previous four Solar Wars articles, we considered arbitral awards in respect of investors' claims under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) ...
Clyde & Co
The Supreme Court has confirmed, in the recent judgment of Navigators v Atlasnavios that findings of concurrent proximate causes are still possible thereby reinforcing the importance of policy exclusions.
Dentons
Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and smart contracts are said to have the potential to disrupt established business models in a range of industries.
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Dentons
On 18 September, Dentons hosted an Energy Institute event in our London office with the title "The Clash of Digitalisations".
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Syedur Rahman and Nicola Sharp examine the merits of compliance committees and how improving your compliance measures can help you, even while you are under investigation, in global corruption cases.
Jones Day
On July 9, 2018, the UK Government published "The Road to Zero," a strategy to implement measures to transition the United Kingdom toward zero-emission road transport.
Haseltine Lake LLP
A few years ago, it felt like we were in the midst of a clean energy revolution, with the UK Government offering generous subsidies and enticing feed-in tariffs for both small and large-scale solar installations.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
This is the first in a series of client alerts discussing the potential impact of Brexit on energy trading in the UK.
Dentons
Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and smart contracts are said to have the potential to disrupt established business models in a range of industries.
Clyde & Co
The Upper Tribunal (Land Chamber) was asked to decide if a leaseholder was liable to pay heating-related charges to his landlord after his property was disconnected from an estate heating system.
Clyde & Co
The stakes were high in The Manchester Ship Canal Company Limited v Vauxhall Motors Limited (formerly General UK Motors Limited) [2018] EWCA Civ 1100 where a landowner stood to gain in excess of ฃ300,000 a year ...
STA Law Firm
Looking at the world around us, we can realize just how small we all are. Tiny specs upon the surface of the comparatively large planet, it would seem highly unlikely that we could ever indeed make a substantial impact on the earth.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
On 3 September water companies in England and Wales submitted their business plans to regulator, Ofwat who are now in an intense period of assessing and ranking those plans.
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