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Monopoly Over Imported Gas Abolished
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has abolished the monopoly over imported gas sales held by the state gas company Naftogaz of Ukraine.
Ukraine
13 Nov 2012
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Shale Gas: Legal Developments In Some Key Jurisdictions - October 2012
News about shale gas continues to dominate the energy press.
UK
2 Nov 2012
3
EU Parliament Committee Votes To Amend European Offshore Safety Regulation
The European Parliamentary Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety convened on 19 September 2012 to consider amendments to the European Commissionís proposed regulation on the safety of offshore oil and gas prospection, exploration and production activities.
UK
25 Sep 2012
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Brazil To Resume Oil And Gas Licensing Rounds
On 18 September, Brazilís President Dilma Rousseff announced the long-awaited approval of the 11th licensing round for oil and gas concessions.
Brazil
21 Sep 2012
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Brazilian Electricity Market Reforms
On 11 September, Brazilís President Dilma Rousseff announced major tax cuts in the electricity sector in order to lower prices, keep inflation at bay and hopefully reinvigorate Brazilís stagnant economic performance.
Brazil
20 Sep 2012
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Renewable Energy Plants Hit By Retroactive Fee Change For Grid Access
All renewable energy projects in Bulgaria have been hit by a retroactive change in the fee they must pay for accessing the electricity transmission and distribution grids.
Bulgaria
18 Sep 2012
7
Between A ROC And A Hard Place
Renewable Obligation Certificates have been used by both the Scottish and UK Governments as a way to incentivise traditional energy suppliers to generate a percentage of their supply from renewable sources.
UK
18 Sep 2012
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Petroleum Operator Successfully Prosecuted Over Montara Platform Blowout
Thailand based petroleum operator PTTEP Australasia has been fined $510,000 (Australian dollars) in relation to the Montara wellhead platform blowout on 21 August 2009.
Australia
17 Sep 2012
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Proposed Changes To Support For Solar PV And Biomass
The Department for Environment and Climate Change (DECC) has launched two consultations on proposed changes affecting the support given to solar photovoltaic (PV) and biomass generating stations through Renewables Obligation Certificates (ROCs).
UK
13 Sep 2012
10
Substantial Changes In Taxation Of Oil And Gas Production
From 1 January 2013, several crucial amendments to the mechanism for taxing oil and gas production will become effective. In particular, they will affect the current system of royalty payments and subsoil-use charges.
Ukraine
12 Sep 2012
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Consultation On Renewable Energy Action Plan
On 4 September 2012, the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism published a draft National Action Plan for developing renewable energy sources by 2020.
Bulgaria
12 Sep 2012
12
OFT Looks Into UK Road Fuels Sector For Evidence Of Anticompetitve Practices
On 5 September the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) issued a "call for information" on the UK petrol and diesel sector aimed at soliciting evidence for or against the competition concerns raised in relation to retail fuel prices.
UK
10 Sep 2012
13
New Regulation Of Energy Industry
From 1 September 2012, the gas and electricity markets will be subject to an entirely new regulatory regime, reflecting the implementation of the EUís third energy package into Slovakian law.
Slovakia
31 Aug 2012
14
Red Tape Challenge To Improve Offshore Environment Related Regulations
The UK Governmentís "red tape challenge" was launched in April 2011 with the intention of reducing the regulatory burden on UK business whilst maintaining adequate safeguards.
UK
21 Aug 2012
15
Shale Gas Update: Algeria
The importance of shale gas as a global commodity has been enhanced after Algeria announced plans to entice foreign companies to invest, according to published remarks from the state controlled energy firm in Algeria, Sonatrach.
Algeria
17 Aug 2012
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Czech President Vetoes Bill On Energy Performance Certificates Of Buildings
On 9 August 2012 Vaclav Klaus, the President of the Czech Republic, vetoed the amendment to the Energy Management Act (406/2000 Coll.), which governs obligations connected to energy performance certificates of buildings.
Czech Republic
15 Aug 2012
17
Shareholder Approval Needed For Price Proposals
From 1 August 2012, energy companies must obtain shareholder approval for their price proposals, including changes and supplements, before submitting them to the Office for Regulation of Network Industries for approval.
Slovakia
11 Aug 2012
18
Further Reduction In Feed-In Tariffs For Photovoltaic Installations
The feed-in tariff (FIT) for photovoltaic (PV) installations is to be further reduced, following the publication of a report showing that the investment cost of PV projects has decreased by more than 10%.
Bulgaria
30 Jul 2012
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Oil & Gas UK Publish Their First Ever Annual Health And Safety Report
Oil & Gas UK have published their first ever Health and Safety Report which is set to become an annual feature.
UK
17 Jul 2012
20
Draft Water Bill published
On 10 July 2012, Caroline Spelman, the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, published a draft Water Bill for parliamentary scrutiny.
UK
16 Jul 2012
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