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Russell McVeagh | New Zealand | 13 Nov 2023

New turn for offshore oil and gas exploration in New Zealand

Following the recent general election in mid-October 2023, the National Party is now in the process of forming the next New Zealand government, so it is timely to consider what this might mean for the oil and gas sector. New Zealand has long produced oil and gas from various oilfields around the country, particularly in the Taranaki region.
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HopgoodGanim | Australia | 11 Jul 2022

Decarbonising the Electricity Sector: The Roadmap for the Next 30 Years

On 30 June 2022, the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) published the 2022 Integrated System Plan (ISP) for the Australian National Electricity…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, United Kingdom, etc. | 25 Mar 2022

Russia-Ukraine crisis: trade restrictions in key industries (as of 25 March 2022)

A look at US, UK and EU restrictions on importing or exporting goods and services to/from Russia in the energy, luxury or essential goods, and technology industries.
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Rokas | Greece | 24 Jan 2022

Commitments approved to increase access to electricity for PPC's competitors approved

The European Commission recently published its decision on Case No. AT.38700. This made legally binding under EU antitrust law the final commitments submitted by the Hellenic Republic to allow the competitors of Public Power Corporation, the Greek state-owned electricity incumbent, to purchase more electricity on a longer-term basis.
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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | Global, United Kingdom | 15 Dec 2021

A role for coal?

The Glasgow Climate Pact is the first COP decision to mention coal. This has been widely viewed as a real achievement. Even campaigners who slam the…
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