Sayenko Kharenko has been once again highly recommended in the
fourth annual edition of IFLR1000's guide to
Energy and Infrastructure – Central and Eastern Europe.
IFLR1000 highlights that "Sayenko Kharenko provides
project and regulatory advice in the energy sector, where it
represents a number of significant parties." The
firm's team is singled out for "advising the EBRD on
reforming the domestic regulations governing energy performance
contracting (EnPC) for public buildings in Ukraine."
Further, on the individual side, the Guide distinguishes the
following Sayenko Kharenko lawyers:
Nazar Chernyavsky (Energy)
Andrey Liakhov (Energy, Transport, Oil and
Vladimir Sayenko (Oil and Gas, Mining)
Konstantin Gribov (Transport)
Energy and Infrastructure 2016 is the fourth edition of
IFLR1000's sector specific guide to the legal markets of
Asia-Pacific, Central and Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Nordic
and Baltic region and Sub-Saharan Africa. The 2016 survey is the
most in depth research the IFLR1000 has ever undertaken into the
energy and infrastructure markets. Over a six month span, a team of
legal journalists in London, Hong Kong, and New York collected data
and conducted interviews with industry figures and in-house counsel
active in the relevant sectors. Sectors covered by the research
include: Energy, Mining, Oil and Gas, Social Infrastructure,
Telecommunications Networks, Transport, and Utilities. Rankings are
based on three key criteria: transactional evidence, client
feedback and peer review.
SayenkoKharenkoenjoysglobalreputationasaleadingUkrainianlawfirm with an
internationally oriented full-service practice.Thefirm'sleading
market position builds on continuous excellence of its highly
specialized practice teams. During the past two years, Sayenko
Kharenko collected three of the most prestigious professional
excellence country awards, more specifically, Law Firm of the Year
by each of IFLR European Awards, Who's Who Legal European
Awards and Chambers Europe Award for Excellence. Most recently,
Sayenko Kharenko was crowned Ukraine Law Firm of the Year by
Who's Who Legal 2016, and shortlisted in Russia, Ukraine &
the CIS category by The Lawyer European Awards 2016 and Ukraine Law
Firm of the Year category by Chambers Europe Awards 2016.
To learn more about Sayenko Kharenko expertise and
experience, please contact:
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This short note is to introduce two detailed papers that discuss the justification for the development of an Asian LNG reference price that is not benchmarked against the current ‘Japanese Crude Cocktail' and suggests an approach to how that might be achieved. A short summary of the two papers is provided below.
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