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Marine, Energy Trade Notes September 2011 Issue 30
The Marine, Energy and Trade team publish a regular newsletter, the Marine, Energy and Trade notes, in which recent legal developments are reviewed: new case law, changing legislation, and new areas of potential liability.
UK
26 Sep 2011
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Court Rules On The Meaning Of A 100 Per Cent Notation In An Energy Reinsurance Policy
Two different views on the meaning of the term "100 per cent" in an energy facultative reinsurance policy were examined by the Commercial Court.
UK
15 Sep 2011
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Energy White Paper
On 12 July 2011 the Government published its White Paper "Planning our electric future: a White Paper for secure, affordable and low-carbon energy" (the White Paper) as the formal Government response to the Electricity Market Reform consultation in December 2010.
UK
15 Aug 2011
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Energy National Policy Statements Published By DECC
On 23 June 2011 the Department of Energy and Climate Change published the finalised Energy National Policy Statements (NPSs). This follows an initial consultation on the first draft of the Energy NPSs between November 2009 and February 2010 launched by the previous Government and a second consultation on the revised draft Energy NPSs between 18 October 2010 and 24 January 2011.
UK
21 Jul 2011
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Energy National Polic Statements Published By DECC
On 23 June 2011 the Department of Energy and Climate Change published the finalised Energy National Policy Statements (NPSs).
UK
17 Jul 2011
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Microgeneration Strategy Published By DECC
On 22 June 2011 the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) published a Microgeneration Strategy (Strategy) along with the Microgeneration Government-Industry Contact Group Action Plan (Action Plan).
UK
3 Jul 2011
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UK Renewable Heat – Funding in "FITs" and Starts
The Department of Energy and Climate Change’s recent consultation on the proposed Renewable Heat Incentive scheme (RHI) said that: "A decision on how the RHI will be funded will be made at Budget 2010.
UK
6 Jul 2010
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Coalition Energy Policy - Possible Contradiction but Brimming with Opportunity
Liberal Democrat Chris Huhne is appointed Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change in the new coalition government, ahead of the energy-experienced Conservative shadow energy minister, Charles Hendry.
UK
14 May 2010
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UK Budget 2010 – Energy Sector Update
At Budget 2009, the Government announced that capital expenditure on cushion gas that functions as plant, in gas storage facilities, qualifies for plant and machinery allowances, but said it would discuss with industry certain technical revenue protection issues arising from such treatment.
UK
26 Mar 2010
10
Greenland–Hydrocarbon Licensing Opportunities
"Early entrants in frontier basins can become Basin Masters and offer shareholders transformational performance", or so said Dr Mike Watts of Cairn Energy recently in relation to Greenland.
UK
15 Mar 2010
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Aviation Joins The EU ETS - Now The Focus Is On What The Airlines Must Do
From 2012, all commercial airlines, community and non-community carriers alike, will be compelled to purchase and surrender carbon emissions allowances for their flights within the EU and for flights departing from or arriving at community airports.
UK
22 Apr 2009
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Energy Efficiency In Buildings
The Government has recently introduced regulations to implement the 2004 Energy Performance of Buildings Directive.
UK
22 May 2008
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Energy Efficiency In Buildings
In respect of non-dwellings, the key requirements of the Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificates and Inspections) (England and Wales) Regulations 2007 are summarised below.
UK
29 Apr 2008
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The Carbon Reduction Commitment
The CRC is one of a number of carbon reduction measures that the UK Government is introducing. It is committed to delivering carbon emissions reductions by 2010 of at least 20 per cent against 1990 levels. Longer term, its goal is to cut carbon emissions by at least 60 per cent by 2050.
UK
29 Apr 2008
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Climate Change: Liability For The Past And The Future
The Stern Review (the Review) concluded that (i) carbon emissions have already pushed up global temperatures by half a degree Celsius; and (ii) if no action is taken on emissions, there is more than a 75 per cent chance of global temperatures rising between two and three degrees Celsius over the next 50 years and a more than 50 per cent chance of a rise by five degrees.
UK
18 Jan 2007
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