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Europe's Energy Regulators Work Together To Tackle Market Abuse And Insider Trading
Supported by the market monitoring and coordination activities of the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, ACER, in the last few months, Europe's energy regulators have increasingly used their powers to police...
European Union
15 Aug 2019
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Fuel For Thought: Decommissioning Oil And Gas Projects
According to the latest Economic Report from Oil and Gas UK, around 475 fixed facilities, 10,000 kilometres of pipeline and 5,000 wells will have to be decommissioned on the UK's continental shelf.
UK
29 Jul 2019
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Europe's Energy Regulators Work Together To Tackle Market Abuse And Insider Trading
Compliance activities are visible everywhere. This article is, however, not about core compliance trends and activities such as the DoJ's recent publication on the evaluation of compliance programs
European Union
22 Jul 2019
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Uzbekistan's Tariff Policy For The Electricity Industry, Water Supply And Sewerage Services Gains Improvements
On April 13, 2019, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan adopted two resolutions that improve the tariff policy for the country's electricity industry (PKM-310),
Uzbekistan
9 May 2019
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Agribusiness In Africa, Status And Way Forward
Agribusiness is a broad concept which covers all actors and stakeholders involved in the agricultural value chain, from input suppliers to agro-processors but also traders, exporters and retailers.
Worldwide
9 Apr 2019
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Recent Developments In Belgium Regarding Production And Research Into Cannabis Products
Following the change of mind that is taking place in many jurisdictions around the world, Belgium is gradually taking steps relating to the production and research into cannabis products for medicinal purposes.
Belgium
9 Apr 2019
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European Parliament Agrees On Proposed EU Measures To Screen Foreign Direct Investments
On February 14, 2019, the European Parliament (EP) plenary session agreed to adopt an EU mechanism for screening foreign direct investments (FDI) in order to protect strategic sectors
European Union
22 Feb 2019
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Germany Takes The First Steps Towards The End Of Coal-Fired Power
In 2018, the German government appointed a Commission on Growth, Structural Change and Employment, known as the Kohlekommission or Coal Commission with the task of evaluating a roadmap for the phase-out of coal-fired power production in Germany.
Germany
8 Feb 2019
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The Future Of Gas: Transition To Hydrogen In The Gas Grid
Hydrogen is often seen as a key enabler of the energy transition.
UK
22 Jan 2019
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Democratic Republic Of The Congo - Adoption Of A Legislative Framework Applicable To Public-Private Partnerships
While public-private partnerships have long been considered in DRC as an option to promote key sectors development, such as the electricity sector ...
Congo
13 Dec 2018
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Gabon To Offer 22 Offshore Blocks In New Bid Round
Gabon's Minister of Oil and Hydrocarbons has just unveiled a new offshore licensing round covering 12 shallow-water and 23 deep-water blocks.
Gabon
28 Nov 2018
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Natural Gas Public Company Of Cyprus (DEFA) Issues Request For Proposals For €500m LNG Import Facility
DEFA expects to issue a request for expressions of interest for LNG supply to the market later this year, with a full RfP to follow in early 2019.
Cyprus
1 Nov 2018
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New Regulatory Requirements On Grid Connection Points May Raise Investment Opportunities
The Government has recently approved Royal Decree-Law 15/2018 ("RDL 15/2018") which, among other important provisions for the electric sector ...
Spain
22 Oct 2018
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Global Energy Game Changers – Blockchain In The Energy Sector: Evolving Business Models And Law
Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and smart contracts are said to have the potential to disrupt established business models in a range of industries.
Worldwide
4 Oct 2018
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The Development And Financing Of Future FLNG Projects
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".
UK
10 Sep 2018
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Court Rules Ofgem's "Embedded Benefits" Decision Not Flawed
In a judgment dated 22 June 2018, the High Court (Lavender J) dismissed a challenge brought by a number of electricity generators (the Claimants) against a decision of the Gas and Electricity ...
UK
4 Jul 2018
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Court Of Appeal Upholds Challenge To Jurisdiction Over Nigerian Environmental Claims (Okpabi And Others v. Royal Dutch Shell Plc And Another)
Commercial analysis: Liz Tout and Catherine Gilfedder analyse the Court of Appeal's recent decision in Okpabi and others v. Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Shell Petroleum Development Company...
UK
15 May 2018
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EU Advocate General Restates Importance Of Self-Determination To Validity Of Natural Resources Agreements
In a landmark opinion, the AG of the CJEU has invited the court to conclude that fisheries agreements between the EU and Morocco are in violation of the international law principle of self-determination, and therefore...
UK
28 Feb 2018
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New Regulation On Environmental Impact Assessment
On 23 May 2017 the Parliament adopted the Law of Ukraine "On Environment Impact Assessment" (the Law). Reference - http://zakon0.rada.gov.ua/laws/show/2059-19.
Ukraine
7 Dec 2017
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Energy Market Mergers – Quick Guide To Eu Competition Law Assessment
This blog is a summary of an article that appeared in Competition Law Insight examining the key competition law principles in energy market mergers.
European Union
5 Dec 2017
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