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Supreme Court rejects premise for GHG Tailoring Rule, but largely maintains EPA’s authority to set GHG emission limits
The court’s decision upholds the EPA’s regulation of roughly 83 percent of stationary-source GHG emissions under its permitting programme.
The US DOE is proposing to change its rules and procedures for reviewing applications to export liquefied natural gas to countries that do not have a free-trade agreement with the US.
The EPA has announced long-awaited regulations to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants pursuant to the Clean Air Act.
On 6 March 2014, the AEMC released terms of reference to progress work on the Optional Firm Access (OFA) framework.
DoE approves LNG exports to non-free trade countries — US foreign policy may be bigger factor moving forward
The US DoE has issued an order granting approval to Jordan Cove to export LNG to countries that do not have a free-trade agreement with the US.
The Treasury and the Department of Industry have released a discussion paper setting out options for implementing the proposed scheme.
DoE approves LNG exports to non-free-trade countries — US foreign policy may be bigger factor moving forward
The DoE has issued an order granting approval to Jordan Cove Energy Project to export LNG to countries that do not have a free-trade agreement with the US.
The Federal District Court in Washington DC has issued a lengthy ruling that appeared to substantially clear the way for Cape Wind.
Litigation update: High Court updates ‘reasonable endeavours’ — commercial interests vs an obligation owed
The High Court has held that Woodside Energy and other gas suppliers in Western Australia did not breach their obligation under a gas supply agreement.
DLA Piper has released Issue 15 of its Real Estate Gazette, which focuses on the topic of sustainability.
We asked people across the European real-estate industry a series of questions about trends in sustainability, green certification and documentation.
This issue looks at some of the issues that will be prominent in the emerging financial environment and the developing products that are arising in the post recessionary global economy...
Avoiding multimillion-dollar liability for de facto partnership breach under Texas law — one useful tip
After a lengthy trial, a Dallas jury has found that a de facto partnership existed between Energy Transfers Partners and Enterprise Products Partners.
This issue contains articles relating to human rights in the mining industry, data protection issues, the ability to remove squatters and the crackdown on bribery and corruption.
This alert provides a preliminary assessment of the cybersecurity EO and observations that may be helpful in considering how new standards may affect your company.
This client alert provides an overview of some of the key developments in the natural gas sector in Tanzania.
On 24 December, 2013, the Decree n. 145, which provides for a package of measures aimed at the economic development known as ‘Destination Italy Plan’ entered into force.
This autumn, the people of Australia elected a new federal government, presenting a number of potential opportunities for investor-state arbitration in Australia.
The energy reform proposed by Mexico’s Peña Nieto administration has been approved by the Mexican Congress and by a majority of the Mexican state legislatures.
While this agreement is undoubtedly an historic diplomatic coup for the western diplomacy, the interim Geneva deal remains limited.