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Unprofitable Contracts In A Volatile Market – Is There Any Escape?
In June 2014, Brent Crude Oil was trading at prices of around US$115 per barrel, with average prices having remained in triple digits for most of the preceding three years.
UK
29 Jan 2015
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The Relevance Of Market Expert Evidence In Determining Whether A Deal Has Been Done
In this case, in the context of an application for summary judgment, the Commercial Court considered whether or not there was a real issue to be tried as to whether a binding contract had been concluded between the parties, based on a review of their negotiations.
UK
26 Mar 2013
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The Importance Of Clear Allocation Of Contractual Risks And Liabilities
The UK offshore wind energy sector has come a long way since the first offshore wind farm was completed in 2000 at Blyth Harbour in the northeast of England, with just two turbines totalling 4MW.
UK
11 Jan 2013
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The Smart Contracting Bulletin January 2013
As is" sales of rigs and vessels – sellers (and buyers) beware!
UK
11 Jan 2013
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Measure of Damages Recoverable for Anticipatory Repudiatory Breach of Sale Contract
G was the buyer and T the seller under a contract dated 6 March 2008 on fob terms for the sale of a cargo of Nigerian Ukpotiki crude oil.
UK
30 Apr 2010
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