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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.
Redefinition of the guaranteed minimum prices for electricity production plants up to 1MW powered by renewables sources
An AEEG consultation document redefines the guaranteed minimum prices for electricity production plants up to 1MW powered by renewables sources.
This update outlines what has stayed the same under the limited merits review regime, what has changed and the developments during the SCER’s consultation on the NEL and NGL amendments.
Royal Decree-Law 9/2013 adopting urgent measures in order to ensure financial stability of the electricity system was published in the Official Spanish Gazette in July.
Hydraulic fracturing, or ‘fracking’, to extract shale gas from deep rock formations, has recently been much in the news in Europe.
2013 Warsaw Climate Change Conference: international negotiations seek to raise ambition to combat climate change
International climate change negotiations are now under way at the 2013 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Warsaw.
Structuring, storing and processing massive volumes of data is problematic.
On 15 October 2013, the recently elected federal government released a consultation paper and exposure draft legislation to repeal the carbon pricing mechanism.
Although China has been initially slow in developing its own solar market, the start of 2010 saw the solar energy market start to gather momentum.
On 2 May 2013, the Brussels Capital Region Parliament adopted the Brussels Code on Air, Climate and Energy Management.
DLA Piper has published its first Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy and Climate Change Group Legal Update.
President Enrique Peña Nieto has submitted a sweeping Energy Reform Bill (ERB) to Mexico’s Congress.