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A large gas utility in a controversy with El Paso Natural Gas Company concerning rights of contract termination and Rights of First Refusal.
Lead counsel for Apache Corporation in insurance coverage arbitration and litigation proceedings relating to the explosion of a gas pipeline in Western Australia.
UBS on FERC issues relating to its gas marketing and trading business.
A large electrical generation company in an investigation by FERC and state authorities into profiteering in the sale of natural gas in New England during January 2004.
Texican in contesting a settlement involving SCANA’s proposed restructuring of its pipeline system.
International Paper in obtaining certification and rate approval for the two interstate pipelines it owns.
November 10, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) recently released a study of the impacts of increasing the amount of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exported from the lower 48 states. According to the study, increasing LNG exports by 2 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) each year beginning in 2015 to levels between 12 and 20 Bcf/d would … Continue Reading
July 31, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
In the first blog of this two-part series, we considered the potential impact of the 14th Round on the commercialisation of the shale gas in the UK in light of recent developments in this industry. This second blog post focusses on the additional planning guidance for licence applications in National Parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural … Continue Reading
In the first of a two part series on recent developments in the UK shale gas industry, this blog post considers the potential impact of the announcement on 28 July 2014 by the Business and Energy Minister, Matthew Hancock, inviting applications for Licences in the 14th Landward Licensing Round (the 14th Round) on the exploitation … Continue Reading
June 20, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
On Monday, June 16, 2014, Gazprom and Naftogaz each announced that they were commencing arbitration proceedings under the SCC Rules (seated in Stockholm, Sweden). The arbitration arises under Contract No. KP dated January 19, 2009 (the “Contract”), a 10 year, long-term gas sales agreement between Gazprom and Naftogaz for volumes ranging from 40 to 52 … Continue ...
On Monday, June 16, 2014, Gazprom announced that it commenced arbitration proceedings against Naftogaz under the SCC Rules (seated in Stockholm, Sweden) alleging that Naftogaz has failed to pay US$4.5 billion for gas that Gazprom has already delivered to Naftogaz. Naftogaz also announced that it had commenced a claim under the SCC Rules, seeking the … Continue ...
June 3, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
In a recent notice of proposed procedures issued by DOE, the agency proposes to act on applications to export LNG to countries without a free trade agreement with the U.S. only after any review required by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is completed. DOE says that this change would mean that projects that are … Continue Reading
April 30, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
While the European Commission’s Recommendation on Shale Gas of January 22, 2014 is not legally binding, it may have different legal impacts on EU institutions and agencies as well as public authorities and private parties in the EU Member States. The attached article published in the Environmental Law Reporter describes four different legal scenarios that ...
April 16, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
Half of the new electricity generation plants added in 2013 are fired by natural gas and almost 30% of new generation is powered by solar and wind energy, according to an April 8 report from the Energy Information Administration. This combination is likely to mean even more demands on the already-strained natural gas delivery infrastructure. … Continue Reading
April 14, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
Three independent, but not wholly unrelated, events occurred over the last few weeks, each arising out of the Natural Gas Act’s application and the growing importance of LNG exports to the United States and the international community. (1) Following the crisis in Ukraine, there were continuing calls from a variety of politicians and pundits to … Continue Reading
April 2, 2014, Inside Energy & Environment
On March 28, 2014, the White House released its “Climate Action Plan – Strategy to Reduce Methane Emissions.” The plan summarizes the Administration’s strategy to reduce methane emissions from several sources. The strategy includes proposing new standards, new rules, new voluntary strategies and programs and new regulations. The plan outlines measures to ...