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What does your contract mean? How the courts interpret contracts

United Kingdom - September 9 2015 All too often, a term might seem perfectly clear to the parties when the contract is agreed, but a dispute later arises as to how it is meant to apply…

Co-authors: Gary Milner-Moore, Natasha Johnson.

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.

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