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Oil And Gas: Parent Company Liability For The Tortious Acts Of Its Subsidiary - Practical Considerations
Stuart Carter and Volkan Palanci offer some practical considerations to oil and gas companies arising from key cases on the subject of parent company liability for the tortious acts of its subsidiary.
UK
16 Aug 2018
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Electricity Capacity Mechanisms: Lessons Learned From Recent European Commission Decisions
The European Commission has recently endorsed – on certain conditions - the capacity mechanisms for electricity supply proposed by Germany...
European Union
25 Apr 2018
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OGA Implementation Guidelines For Asset Stewardship Expectations
In relation to UK Offshore oil and gas activity, the Oil & Gas Authority ("OGA"), the principal regulatory body, has now issued its long awaited Implementation Guides for Asset Stewardship Expectations.
UK
26 Jul 2017
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Activity Report For The North Sea
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has published its Activity Plan 2017 and 2018 that describes the 10 priority areas where the OGA will direct its efforts...
UK
31 Mar 2017
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The EU Electricity Winter Package
The winter package was finally formally published last Wednesday.The Package proposes significant changes to the Third Energy Package of 2009. The "winter package" of proposals has three main goals...
UK
14 Dec 2016
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OGA Launches 29th Offshore Licensing Round
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has launched the 29th offshore licensing round with more than 1,200 blocks available to support the objective of maximising economic recovery from the UK Continental Shelf.
UK
8 Aug 2016
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FIDIC DAB Enforcement - Pay Now, Argue Later Re-Affirmed
A team from Fieldfisher LLP, led by disputes partner Colin Gibson, recently secured an enforcement of a DAB Decision in arbitration by way of a Final Partial Award after the contractor refused to pay.
Worldwide
6 Jul 2016
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Construction Of Pipeline Infastructure: A Practical Legal Guide
This article is relevant for all those promoters of projects involving pipeline infrastructure.
UK
29 Jun 2016
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Service Contracts - It's Good To Share!
A key finding in the Wood Report was the need to drive down costs and remove inefficiencies, particularly if the UKCS was to remain an attractive investment for exploration and production companies...
UK
27 Apr 2016
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Onsite Insight - March - Balkans Infrastructure Development
On 22 February 2016, the Western Balkans Investment Summit took place at the headquarters of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London.
European Union
15 Mar 2016
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Entering A New Country - It's All About Identifying And Mitigating Risk
It is a major decision for a company to expand its business into a new country or global region whatever business sector they happen to be in.
UK
11 Mar 2016
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Relinquishing An Oil And Gas Licence May Not Be Without Its Costs
As low commodity prices continue, the risk increases that exploration and production companies without access to funding will struggle to meet their obligations to plug and abandon any suspended wells...
UK
6 Mar 2016
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Photovoltaic Modules In Germany: Urgent Need To Act In Order To Avoid Warning Letters
Based on the revised German Electrical and Electronics Equipment Act ("Elektro- und Elektronikgerätegesetz", or "ElektroG"), inter alia photovoltaic modules are now generally categorized as electrical devices.
Germany
12 Feb 2016
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Has The Time Arrived To Consider Taking Security Against Potential Defaulters?
With the cyclical fluctuation in oil and gas commodity prices, the UKCS has had its fair share of E&P companies going insolvent.
UK
25 Jan 2016
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The Africa Oil Week Conference 2015
Stuart Carter who heads up Fieldfisher's Oil and Gas Team, based in London, recently returned from the 22nd Africa Oil Week Conference where he met many of the delegates and speakers.
UK
13 Nov 2015
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Hydraulic Fracturing: Green Light At Last
Yesterday ministers announced the winners of 27 new exploration blocks, being the first onshore drilling licenses to be awarded in seven years.
UK
24 Aug 2015
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A Green Light For Unconventional Oil And Gas?
Securing a country's long-term affordable energy supply is clearly key to economic and political stability.
UK
28 May 2015
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The Infrastructure Act 2015
After months of uncertainty as to whether it would get side-lined due to the May General Election, the Infrastructure Act has now come into force.
UK
13 Mar 2015
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Lessons Learned
We thought we would start 2015 with some of the highlights and lessons learned from 2014
UK
21 Jan 2015
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New Disclosure Regulations For Extractive Companies
As part of a global initiative to increase transparency in the extractive sectors (mining, oil, gas, etc.), the EU announced new accounting and disclosure rules.
UK
15 May 2014
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