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Fuelling the future: energy outlook for Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific - November 13 2014 The global energy sector’s sheer scale, complex geo-politics and technology, and the value and long-term nature of investments require the industry…

Co-authors: Simon Currie.


Ballooning regulatory capital requirements for electricity derivatives

Australia - June 26 2012 Industry is now starting to appreciate the significance of ASIC’s Consultation Paper 177 Electricity derivative market participants: Financial Requirements (Consultation Paper).

Co-authors: Fadi Khoury.


Amendments to Renewable Energy Target scheme passed

Australia - June 25 2010 The Renewable Energy (Electricity) Amendment Act 2010 (the Amendment Act) was passed by the Federal Parliament on 24 June 2010, and will make a number of significant changes to the legislative framework of the Renewable Energy Target (RET) which, for the most part, take effect from 1 January 2011.

Co-authors: Elisa de Wit, James Morgan-Payler.


From known unknowns to unknown unknowns - the postponement of the CPRS

Australia - May 11 2010 On 27 April 2010 Prime Minister Rudd announced plans to delay the introduction of the proposed Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) until at least 2013, seriously undermining the credibility of the Federal Government's carbon strategy and the ability of Australia to meet its commitments to reduce carbon emissions.

Co-authors: Elisa de Wit, Felicity Rourke, Anthony Hobley.