Mondaq Asia Pacific: Energy and Natural Resources
TMF Group
The three largest economies in Asia – China, Japan and India – also happen to be three of the biggest oil importers in the world, trailing only the US.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) announced its funding priorities with a streamlined programme structure.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The article includes key considerations, what your business needs to comply and some tips on the changes in legislation.
Clayton Utz
Stakeholders will have until 21 July to comment on the proposed NSW Mining SEPP amendment to remove clause 12AA.
Clyde & Co
The proposed consolidated Work Health and Safety (Resources) Bill (WHS (R) Bill) will consolidate safety provisions from six Acts including the Mines Safety and Inspection Act 1994 (WA).
Foley & Lardner
Do you manufacture electrical and electronic products, parts or components? Do you manage manufacturing design for such products? Do you oversee Chinese suppliers manufacturing such products?
Reed Smith
Last November, China announced its aim for the country’s overall carbon emissions to peak and then start to decline by 2030.
BakerHostetler
China plans to increase its shale gas production from 1.3 billion cubic meters of shale gas per year to 30 billion cubic meters per year by 2020, according to Chen Weidong of China National Offshore Oil Corp.
Foley & Lardner
The ITC is scheduled to make its final injury determinations on or about January 29, 2015.
Khaitan & Co
This decision emphasizes the object of the 2003 Act and the National Electricity Policy to promote renewable sources of energy.
IndusLaw
Back in January this year, India and the United States reached an understanding, in public at least, on the commercial liability of suppliers for nuclear accidents in India.
Singh & Associates
In order to have a more firm grip over the state electricity regulatory commissions (SERCs), the Narendra Modi Government is planning to make the SERCs invulnerable to the state level political snooping...
Singh & Associates
Oil and Gas industry differs from other industries as to how it is valued financially; relying on factors which are subject to changes frequently.
Reed Smith
Indonesia has recently made public a full copy of its draft oil and gas law for review and parliamentary discussion.
Reed Smith
Legislators in Indonesia have recently suggested that all petroleum production operations should effectively be state controlled, making many foreign investors in south east Asia’s largest country fear that their assets could in effect be nationalised or ‘expropriated’.
Makarim & Taira S.
GR 77/2014 is the third amendment to the Government Regulation on Undertaking of Mineral and Coal Mining Activities.
GRATA Law Firm
The article is aimed to summarise the laws of Kazakhstan in view of the potential local and foreign investor.
GRATA Law Firm
In the beginning of 2012, the Subsoil Law was amended with the provisions of subsoil users’ obligation to finance annually scientific research, scientific technical and development works.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
On May 18, 2015, the Government of Mongolia, Rio Tinto and the Rio Tinto subsidiary, Turquoise Hill Resources, reached agreement on development of the underground phase of the Oyu Tolgoi mining project.
Chapman Tripp
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has rejected a second application for deep sea mining.
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Clyde & Co
There are ongoing developments with the progress of harmonisation of work health and safety laws across Australia.
Holding Redlich
The rollercoaster of the legal status of foreign workers in the Australian offshore resources support sector continues.
Clyde & Co
Cabotage principles were implemented when the domestic shipping industry in Indonesia almost collapsed as a result of foreign vessels engaging in coastwise transportation.
Khaitan & Co
This decision emphasizes the object of the 2003 Act and the National Electricity Policy to promote renewable sources of energy.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The shale gas industry in Australia is very much in its infancy and the full extent is still far from being identified.
Reed Smith
Legislators in Indonesia have recently suggested that all petroleum production operations should effectively be state controlled, making many foreign investors in south east Asia’s largest country fear that their assets could in effect be nationalised or ‘expropriated’.
Duncan Cotterill
This tragic fatality highlighted the risk of non-compliance with health and safety standards in the extractive industry.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This is a summary of recently completed deals, market rumours, potential opportunities and relevant regulatory updates.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This is a summary of recently completed deals, market rumours, potential opportunities and relevant regulatory updates.
Clayton Utz
The Bill proposes to combine State Water Corporation and Sydney Catchment Authority into an authority called Water NSW.
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