The global energy sector is undergoing a dramatic
transformation. New technologies and new regulations in nearly
every subsector are straining yesterday's business models.
Foundational elements throughout the industry, including energy
transfer and storage, have seen massive disruption. At the same
time, price fluctuations, volatile consumer demand and cyber and
physical security concerns continue to add to an unpredictable
Nevertheless, opportunity abounds, and that is why we are
excited to present to you the newest edition of our Global Energy
Game Changers series, a compendium of important issues presented to
you by Dentons' Global Energy group. Our
Summer 2016 issue is focused specifically on Europe. Covering
continent-wide regulatory reform, the regulation of new
cross-border power flows, the challenges facing the oil and gas
industry, infrastructure sharing, disputes under investment
treaties and the prospect of the UK leaving the European Union, we
take an in-depth look into the issues shaping the business
environment in one of the world's most important energy
Quantum viewpoints: Trends and
projections for the energy industry
The EU's Energy Union project: a
Making the single EU electricity
market work: ACER and cross-border capacity allocation
Smart Grids: prospects and
Stormy weather in the UK North
"Help! I'm in a bad
contract, get me out of here!" Disputes after the oil price
Energy and communications
infrastructure sharing: an idea whose time has come
Solar suits against Western European
Brexit and the energy sector: initial
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