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Withers KhattarWong Advises Indonesian Energy Companies On Key BRI Projects
Withers KhattarWong LLP, the Singapore office of international law firm Withers, has strengthened its footprint in Indonesia with its work as the lead counsel
Singapore
3 Jul 2019
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An Overview Of The Carbon Pricing Regime In Singapore
Climate change is the existential threat of our times, and unless all countries collectively keep greenhouse emissions at a level consistent with an increase in not more than 1.5oC of global warming above pre-industrial levels,...
Singapore
21 Jan 2019
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The Potential Impact Of The LMEshield Initiative On Base Metals Warehouse Financing Structures
Parties to warehouse financing structures using LMEshield warehouses will need to revisit their familiarity and assumptions regarding the methods for taking and perfecting security over metal stored in warehouses and over warehouse receipts.
Singapore
29 Jun 2016
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International LNG Developments – Singapore
For LNG suppliers or purchasers following the travails of the oil markets and wishing to reduce the tie-in of LNG prices to oil indexes (a particular issue in Asia), the relatively recent addition of the Singapore SLInG spot index may be a useful tool.
Singapore
26 Feb 2016
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Solar Energy In South East Asia: Recent Developments And Regulatory Landscape
With subsidy cuts, policy uncertainty and funding gaps characterizing Europe’s clean energy landscape, it is not surprising that interest in the Asian renewable market is growing.
Singapore
26 Nov 2014
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A Bull Rush For Bullion In Asia
Singapore’s growth as a global commodity trading hub continues, with recent developments affecting the city’s role in the precious metals market. Demand for ownership of precious metal is growing in Asia, despite (or perhaps because of) falling gold prices.
Singapore
24 Sep 2013
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Green Light For LNG Into Singapore
Following an extensive feasibility study, the Singapore Energy Market Authority (EMA) has released a final report regarding the importation of LNG into Singapore which recommends the development of an LNG receiving terminal in Singapore with significant private sector involvement.
Singapore
5 Dec 2006
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