Mondaq All Regions - Singapore: Energy and Natural Resources
Withers LLP
Withers KhattarWong has advised Silkroad Nickel Ltd. (‘Silkroad Nickel'), formerly known as China Bearing (Singapore) Ltd., in its reverse takeover by mining company FE Resources Pte Ltd.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
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.
White & Case
This article provides a brief overview on some of the key issues and considerations that will need to be analysed by foreign sponsors looking to develop petrochemical projects in newly emerging markets.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
For LNG suppliers or purchasers following the travails of the oil markets and wishing to reduce the tie-in of LNG prices to oil indexes (a particular issue in Asia), the relatively recent addition of the Singapore SLInG spot index may be a useful tool.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Today, the LNG bunkering market is significantly growing due to stricter environmental regulations across the globe and in spite of the depressed oil price.
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
Edward van Geuns, partner at De Brauw, opened by quoting Rogers and Stern's prediction in "Challenges to JCC Pricing in Asian LNG Markets", published in February 2014.
Clyde & Co
With subsidy cuts, policy uncertainty and funding gaps characterizing Europe’s clean energy landscape, it is not surprising that interest in the Asian renewable market is growing.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Singapore’s growth as a global commodity trading hub continues, with recent developments affecting the city’s role in the precious metals market. Demand for ownership of precious metal is growing in Asia, despite (or perhaps because of) falling gold prices.
DLA Piper Australia
This update is a legal overview and an assessment of the issues in respect of a renewable energy industry in Singapore.
Loo & Partners LLP
In conjunction with the Singapore International Energy Week (21 October – 4 November, 2010), the Singapore government announced its intention to introduce carbon pricing if a global treaty is reached to curb carbon emissions.
Following an extensive feasibility study, the Singapore Energy Market Authority (EMA) has released a final report regarding the importation of LNG into Singapore which recommends the development of an LNG receiving terminal in Singapore with significant private sector involvement.
Ella Cheong Spruson & Ferguson
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