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Louisiana, Oil & Gas, Natural Resources & Energy Journal
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, December 2021

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Louisiana, Oil & Gas, Natural Resources & Energy Journal
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, December 2021

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Louisiana, Oil & Gas, Natural Resources & Energy Journal
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, December 2021

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Green Gold: Hands Off My Trees
Dykema, December 2021

Trees are ubiquitous. They are a natural part of our landscape and valued for the beauty they provide (not to mention the environmental benefits) as well as their lumber and economic value. Landowners often value their trees, but when a landowner needs to remove trees for development tensions can arise between the government’s interest in preserving and protecting the environment and the landowner’s inherent property rights...

Commanding Transparency: The Emerging Frontier of SEC-Mandated Climate Risk Disclosures, Houston Law Review Vol. 58, Issue 1, 2020
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, December 2021

Where There’s Muck There’s Brass: a Model for Achieving Nutrient Neutrality
Shoosmiths LLP, December 2021

Taking agricultural land out of production to offset the impact of nitrate pollution from housing can generate income for its owner and benefit developers and local authorities. The problem Nitrogen and Phosphorus are essential nutrients for plants. Used as fertilisers they boost growth and increase crop yields. They are also a pollutant...

ETAB Hot News November 2020, American Bar Association, Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources, Environmental Transactions and Brownfields Committee
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, December 2021

What Security Options are Available for Lenders to Offshore Wind Projects?
Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS, December 2021

1. Introduction Equinor’s pioneering «Hywind Tampen» project, set to become the biggest floating wind farm in the world and scheduled to commence construction in late 2022, will mark the first foray into offshore wind production in Norway. Further, the areas «Utsira Nord» (floating turbines) and «Sørlige Nordsjø II» (bottom fixed turbines), both in the North Sea, have as from 1 January 2021 been opened for development...

The endless Romanian offshore struggle - will the offshore wind law see the light of day?
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen, November 2021

The EU strives to become carbon neutral by 2050. This objective has been formally regulated through the EU Climate Law[i] and is enshrined in the European Green Deal[ii], being also in line with the EU’s commitment to global climate action according to the Paris Agreement[iii] and Glasgow Climate Pact[iv]...

Transitioning to Net Zero for the Energy and Utilities
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

We are very excited to be supporting the UN Global Compact Network UK’s ‘Transitioning to a Net Zero’ webinar series...

Baseload: Current Topics in the Power and Utilities Capital Markets
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, November 2021

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EPA issues PFAS Strategic Roadmap Swiftly Followed by Other Key PFAS Announcements, Westlaw Today
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, November 2021

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Good Time For a Charge
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

As it draws to a close, COP26 has seen world leaders aim to reach a consensus on actions to keep global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and the adoption of electrical vehicles (EV) has been cited as a critical step in achieving that aim. According to data from the Scottish Greenhouse Gas Statistics published by the Scottish Government, the transport sector is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases in Scotland, accounting for around 30% of all emissions...

New Code of Practice and draft Bill to resolve Covid rent arrears
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

Hot off the press, the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy are today introducing a new Code of Practice, and a draft Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill...

A Business Commitment to Reach Net Zero
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

With the COP26 climate summit taking place in Glasgow this week, we thought it would be timely to look at the practical challenges facing businesses wishing to reduce their emissions and become sustainable in alignment with the government’s net zero strategy. Setting targets is crucial for companies with complexity across sectors, technologies and business structures...

Comprehensive Spending Review Fleshes out Renewables Investment
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

The lack of detail in the Budget speech on investment in renewable energy (nothing on hydrogen for example) was disappointing, and surprising to many given the timing of the Autumn Budget with COP26. However, the Comprehensive Spending Review did give a bit more detail. Whether it goes far enough or fast enough to meet ambitious targets is still up for debate...

A comeback for nuclear power?, Energy World
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, November 2021

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Is it getting hot in here?
Shoosmiths LLP, October 2021

With COP26 now upon us, all eyes are on Glasgow! As we continue to explore the various routes to net zero, there is no doubt that the Scottish Government's recently published "Heat in Buildings Strategy" will have a key play to role to play. Never in recent history has there been so much focus on how we use space that was once the reserve of our personal and family lives for working…but also on how our homes work for us...

Call for Lithium Bids by the Chilean government
Carey, October 2021

On October 13, 2021, through the website of the Ministry of Mining, the Government of Chile published the National and International Call for Lithium. National or foreign companies may participate in this process, which will have to acquire the respective public tender conditions, to allow exploration, exploitation, and commercialization of a total of 400,000 tons of marketable metallic lithium, divided into 5 quotas of 80,000 tons each...

Renewable Energy Reimagined: What You Need to Know Now
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, October 2021

Ryen Godwin, Environmental and Natural Resources Lawyer for Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, kicked things off and provided closing commentary on the discussion at the end of the event...

Africa Projects, a curated collection of resources and articles on the development and financing of power, energy, and infrastructure projects on the African continent
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, October 2021

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The untapped potential of blue carbon credit markets, Transition Economist
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, September 2021

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The drafts of the Operating Procedure for Electronic Market of the Auctions for the Transfer of Natural Gas Supply Volume and Transport Capacity (MECAP) and Operating Procedure for the Transfer of Information in the Natural Gas Market are published
Rodrigo, Elias & Medrano Abogados, September 2021

By Board Resolution Nº 368-2021-MINEM/DGH and Board Resolution Nº 369-2021-MINEM/DGH, published on September 21, 2021 in the Official Gazette “El Peruano”, the drafts of the “Operating Procedure for the electronic market of the auctions for the transfer of natural gas supply volume and/or transport capacity (MECAP)” (“MECAP Operating Procedure“) and of the “Operating Procedure for the Transfer of Information in the Natural Gas Market&rd

Arbitration Clauses – choose words carefully
Deacons, September 2021

The recent judgment in Kinli Civil Engineering Ltd v Geotech Engineering Ltd, HCA 2141/2020, is a reminder of the importance of choosing words carefully when drafting an arbitration clause, to ensure that it reflects the parties’ intentions as to how any disputes that may arise are to be resolved.      Background The proceedings were instituted by the Plaintiff (K) against the Defendant (G) for sums, said to be due under a contract between them (Contract)...

Planning for hydrogen - will the system be a help or a hindrance?
Shoosmiths LLP, September 2021

The UK government’s Hydrogen Strategy, published in August 2021, confirms that developing a thriving low carbon hydrogen sector in the UK is a key plank of the government’s plan to build back better with a cleaner, greener energy system...

 

 

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