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UK shale gas: consultation on tax proposals published *

United Kingdom - July 19 2013
At Budget 2013 the Government announced that a new tax allowance would be introduced to support the development of the UK's shale gas industry. Today…

Co-authors: Julie Vaughan, Simon Tysoe, William Arrenberg, Louise Moore, Stephen Murray.


New powers for Ofgem to investigate and enforce breaches of remit *

United Kingdom - June 14 2013
On 6 June 2013 the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) laid a draft Order (SI 2013/1389) before Parliament, which will grant Ofgem new…

Co-authors: Stephanie Lomax, Karen Anderson.


Ithaca: meaning of appraisal well in context of JOA non-consent right *

United Kingdom - July 10 2012
The English High Court has recently decided a Joint Operating Agreement dispute between Ithaca Energy (UK) Limited and North Sea Energy (UK) Limited concerning North Sea Energy's non-consent right in relation to appraisal drilling.

Co-authors: Stephanie Lomax, Simon Tysoe.


Shale gas: update on fracking in the UK and the USA *

United Kingdom, USA - April 24 2012
Independent advisors appointed by DECC have published a report confirming that Cuadrilla Resource's fracking operations caused earth tremors in Lancashire and recommending a precautionary approach to future operations.

Co-authors: Julie Vaughan, Louise Moore, Nusrat Zar.


Market abuse in the wholesale electricity and gas markets: new rules could be in force by December 2011 *

European Union - September 30 2011
The European Parliament has adopted the text of the Regulation on wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (REMIT, the Regulation) which contains rules that prohibit the use of inside information, require the public disclosure of that inside information and prohibit certain behaviour constituting market manipulation.

Co-authors: Lynda Schlich, Karen Anderson, Clive Cunningham , Silke Goldberg.


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