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Energy Trading – Assessing Post-Brexit Impact
This is the first in a series of client alerts discussing the potential impact of Brexit on energy trading in the UK.
UK
18 Sep 2018
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One Year To Go. Are You Ready For The MEES Regulations?
It's now less than one year to go until the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015, commonly known as the MEES Regulations (minimum energy efficiency standards) come into effect. It's now less than one year to go until the Energy Efficiency (Private Rented Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015, commonly known as the MEES Regulations (minimum energy efficiency standards) come into effect. It
UK
10 Apr 2017
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Setting an Asian LNG Market Price – the Search for a Local Solution
This short note is to introduce two detailed papers that discuss the justification for the development of an Asian LNG reference price that is not benchmarked against the current ‘Japanese Crude Cocktail' and suggests an approach to how that might be achieved. A short summary of the two papers is provided below.
Worldwide
30 Mar 2017
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Due Diligence For Energy And Commodity Asset Acquisitions
This alert is the first in a series focusing on mergers and acquisitions in the energy and commodities sector. Over the series, we will examine various issues that arise at key stages of the acquisition...
UK
20 Jan 2017
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Enforcement Of Arbitral Award Refused: A Tale Of Dirty Deals, Demurrage And Discontent
In a recent decision, the Paris Court of Appeal refused to enforce an LMAA arbitral award on the basis that the underlying contract was affected by illegality on account of corruption.
France
14 Jan 2017
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SEC Releases RfP For 2 Solar Projects – First Of Many Opportunities For IPP And IWP Developers
This represents a significant opportunity for local and international developers, contractors and suppliers.
Saudi Arabia
16 Nov 2016
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OFAC Provides Further Guidance On Iranian Sanctions
One of the more consequential pieces of guidance OFAC added to the FAQs is its clarification on the extent to which payments for authorised transactions can be made in U.S. dollars.
Worldwide
21 Oct 2016
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First Ever Global Regime For Aviation Emissions: ICAO Adopts Global Market-Based Measure To Combat Aircraft CO2 Emissions
On Friday, 7th October the General Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organisation passed a resolution, resolving to implement the world's first global regime for combatting CO2 emissions from aircraft.
Worldwide
17 Oct 2016
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The Potential Impact Of Brexit On The EU Emission Trading System And Future UK Climate Policy
Through the referendum held on 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to end its membership of the EU.
UK
1 Jul 2016
10
The Potential Impact Of The LMEshield Initiative On Base Metals Warehouse Financing Structures
Parties to warehouse financing structures using LMEshield warehouses will need to revisit their familiarity and assumptions regarding the methods for taking and perfecting security over metal stored in warehouses and over warehouse receipts.
Singapore
29 Jun 2016
11
Long-Term Supply (And Off-Take) Agreements: Some Recent Themes
This Client Alert seeks to highlight certain recurring issues and themes arising in the context of long-term commodity supply and off-take agreements.
UK
3 May 2016
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Recent Amendments to the Lloyd's Standard Salvage and Arbitration (LSSA) Clauses
The Lloyd's Standard Salvage and Arbitration ("LSSA") Clauses have recently been recently amended to account for problems arising from previous salvage arbitrations and to further reduce the costs of arbitration
UK
1 Apr 2016
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Proposed Changes For Mineral, Oil And Gas Corporations Listing In Malaysia
The Securities Commission of Malaysia (SC) published a consultation paper regarding its proposed policy on the admission of mineral, oil and gas (MOG) exploration or extraction corporations or assets to the main market of Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd (Bursa) (the SC Consultation Paper) on 15 October 2015.
Malaysia
14 Mar 2016
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UPDATE – Indonesia's New Draft Oil & Gas Law
Indonesia has recently made public a full copy of its draft oil and gas law for review and parliamentary discussion.
Indonesia
5 Feb 2016
15
Guidance On CPO And CTA Annual Affirmations Requirements Due By February 29, 2016 And General Compliance Requirements For Commodity Pools And Advisors In The U.S. And The EU
On December 1, 2015, the NFA issued a notice to members to remind them of certain CFTC regulations that require any person claiming an exemption or exclusion under CFTC Regulation §4.5, §4.13(a)(1), §4.13(a)(2), §4.13(a)(3), §4.13(a)(5) or §4.14(a)(8) from the requirement to register as a CPO or CTA to annually affirm their notice of exemption or exclusion within 60 days of the calendar year end.
Worldwide
29 Dec 2015
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Green Bonds – How To Unlock Its Full Potential?
The green bond market is currently one of the fastest-growing fixed-income segments, with issuances tripling between 2013 and 2014.
UK
16 Dec 2015
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Entire Agreement Clauses – Do They Work Or Not?
It also includes some suggestions as to how one might seek to enhance their effects to cater for certain situations and requirements.
UK
2 Dec 2015
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Are English Arbitration Awards ‘Final, Conclusive And Binding'? – Revisiting The Right To Challenge Arbitration Awards In English Courts
Recent debate on the right to appeal Under limited circumstances, a party to an English arbitration award who is dissatisfied with the result can challenge that award in the courts.
UK
3 Nov 2015
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Fixing Your Mistakes: Henia Investments v Beck Interiors
Since 2011, Employer and Contractors have been living with the payment regime prescribed by the updated Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996.
UK
6 Oct 2015
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Practical Guidance On Drafting And Negotiating Commodities Contracts: Focus On Chinese Counterparties With Emphasis On Successful Enforcement In China
It is inevitable that some commodity trades end in dispute, particularly in current markets where prices are generally low and have been falling.
China
24 Sep 2015
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