Energy Storage: A necessary part of decarbonising, smart electricity systems
15 January 2020
Louise Dalton, senior associate at CMS and author of the Special Report Energy Storage: Legal and Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities, discusses why electricity systems need greater flexibility and how energy storage technologies play a necessary part.
The road to LNG demand growth: bunkering down to business
24 January 2018
In our latest blog, Nick Fulford, global head of gas & LNG and Ryan Pereira, principal commercial manager at Gaffney Cline & Associates, look at the growth and demand of LNG and discuss the outlook for the LNG industry.
Petroleum Licences in the UK: Contract or Regulation?
06 October 2017
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
In our latest blog Marc Hammerson (Partner), Nicholas Antonas (Counsel) and Emma Richardson (Trainee solicitor) at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP discuss whether petroleum licences should be subject to the principles of public and administrative law or if they should be governed by the law of contract.
Is gas to power a viable and attractive commercial proposition for the future?
31 May 2017
In our latest blog, Richard Nelson, partner at King & Spalding, discusses the challenges and costs of developing the integrated projects for gas-to-power.
Shell's disposal to private equity
28 February 2017
In our latest blog, Marc Hammerson, Partner, and Sam Gill, Trainee solicitor, at Akin Gump discuss bridging valuation gaps and the future roles of private equity in the UK North Sea.
The burning Issue – valorising society’s residual waste: planning and delivering critical resource recovery infrastructure...
07 July 2015
Dr Adam Read, co-consulting editor, along with Angus Evers, of the new Globe Law and Business title Energy from Waste: A Practical Handbook, discusses the role of energy-from-waste solutions now at the heart of modern and sustainable waste-management solutions.
Disputes arising from oil price decline
01 April 2015
The decline in oil prices has severely impacted on oil and gas companies around the world creating fertile ground for disputes. Ashurst partner Ronnie King, consulting editor to Dispute Resolution in the Energy Sector, flags the likely issues.
An unhappy New Year for the UK shale revolution
04 February 2015
After a tumultuous few weeks for shale, energy policy researcher Joseph Dutton from the University of Exeter talks about where the industry now stands.
Will plunging oil prices increase energy M&A?
13 January 2015
Nicholas Antonas and Hannah Marshall at Akin Gump blog on the shocking fall in oil prices and the implications for energy M&A.
Norwegian bonds: a welcome liquidity source for E&P companies
09 January 2015
Ashurst partner Huw Thomas explores the Norwegian bond market as an additional source of financing for E&P companies in the oil and gas industry.