Mondaq Asia Pacific: Energy and Natural Resources
Clayton Utz
The article sets out key aspects of the new regime, including the transitional arrangements for existing tenements.
Clayton Utz
The Bill removes confusion in the interaction between mining and water legislation, and streamlines approvals processes.
Clayton Utz
This act affects land access, environmental approvals, overlapping tenements and lease applications for mining projects.
Clayton Utz
Australia has now signed a bilateral "nuclear co-operation" agreement for the supply of our uranium resource to India.
Clayton Utz
This law will shift Queensland to a national framework that will regulate the sale and supply of energy to consumers.
Marque Lawyers
Australian uranium could be exported to India within a year after the two governments seal this controversial agreement.
BakerHostetler
Innovation in the oil and gas industries, as measured by the number of patent filings, is increasing worldwide.
Broad & Bright
With the passage of time, the government is creating a favorable policy environment for the progress of shale gas industry.
Dacheng Law Offices
China's huge demand for gold cannot be satisfied by the home market alone, so powerful gold miners are looking overseas.
King & Wood Mallesons
The article covers regulatory developments, potential pitfalls and some structural options relating to shale gas assets.
Wang Jing & Co
Cleaner air is the top consideration for the proposed energy plan.
Singh & Associates
To establish India as a global leader in solar energy, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has launched The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.
White & Case
In 2009, the Indonesian legislature passed the mining law that requires certain mining industry participants to process raw materials within Indonesia before exporting them.
Makarim & Taira S.
New electricity regulations have been introduced in Indonesia.
GRATA Law Firm
According to western standards Kazakhstan’s natural gas reserves make up approximately 1.3 tcm of proven reserves, placing Kazakhstan 21st in the world.
GRATA Law Firm
From a legal perspective, one of the possible options for implementing a project for the financing and construction of a power plant in the Republic of Kazakhstan (hereinafter - the 'Project') is the so-called 'concession' defined as: "activities aimed at the creation (reconstruction) and operation of concession objects and performed at the expense of the concessionaire or with co-finance by grantor" (Article 1.6 of the Concession Law).
Mayer Brown JSM
Myanmar’s emergence in the last 24 months as South-East Asia’s most exciting business opportunity has rarely been out of the press.
Chapman Tripp
No moratorium but greater strategic oversight of the regulatory regime is recommended.
Duane Morris LLP
Vietnam has limited potential for geothermal energy and Vietnam has so far not been on the map for geothermal development.
Duane Morris LLP
Vietnam’s Prime Minister Decision 31/2014/QÐ-TTg on solid waste-to-energy projects becomes effective as of today.
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CBP Lawyers
The decision deals with the tension between a "reasonable endeavours" obligation and a promisor's commercial interests.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This briefing note sets out a likely structure for the proposed privatisation of the networks and identifies key issues.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This update has summaries of recent announcements, market rumours & opportunities, regulatory updates and other news.
K&L Gates
The RET has been operating in various forms since the Mandatory Renewable Energy Target (MRET) commenced in 2001.
K&L Gates
The new Indonesian Mining Law has recently been the subject of clarifying Ministerial or Presidential regulations.
HopgoodGanim
The Alert summarises the pertinent aspects from a taxation perspective, with a focus on key impacts for mining projects.
Singh & Associates
To establish India as a global leader in solar energy, the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has launched The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission.
Marque Lawyers
Australian uranium could be exported to India within a year after the two governments seal this controversial agreement.
King & Wood Mallesons
The Chinese government is taking measures to reduce energy intensity by 16% and to reduce carbon intensity by 17%.
Moore Stephens
A number of measures have changed since the repeal of the Mining Resources Tax, which may impact on small business.
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