Fieldfisher | Belgium | 21 Aug 2023
Parliament recently adopted the Hydrogen Act, a landmark piece of legislation that regulates the transport of green hydrogen through pipelines. This article reflects upon this legislation, highlighting its innovations and weaknesses.
Norton Rose Fulbright | Global | 17 Aug 2023
As a result of Mexico's shift toward a more insular energy policy, the United States has estimated that, as of June 2022, current Mexican energy policies have negatively impacted over $30 billion of investments from US investors and investments. This article provides an update on state-to-state consultations between the United States, Canada and Mexico and explores potential remedies for......
Rokas | Greece | 24 Apr 2023
The Greek Ministry of Environment and Energy recently published a decision that extends the application for the temporary mechanism for the refund of part of the day-ahead market (DAM) revenue to the intraday market. Before this, the temporary mechanism applied only to the DAM, thus enabling some producers to partially avoid its application by declaring increased loads on the intraday market.
Lexology PRO | European Union, France, Global, etc. | 6 Mar 2023
Energy companies are reporting record annual profits from 2022, despite European regulators imposing windfall taxes, price caps and new consumer protections. What is going wrong?
Rokas | Greece | 13 Feb 2023
In 2022, Greece faced an extraordinary increase in energy prices which required immediate state measures. This article outlines the most important legislative updates that took place in the electricity market in Greece last year.
Schoenherr | European Union | 1 Feb 2023
Everyone knows that energy prices have soared in all EU Member States in 2022. The European Commission ("EC") has therefore initiated several…
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 16 Dec 2022
99% of large public companies plan to invest in ESG disclosure technology in 2023, the EU provisionally agrees on a carbon tax for imported goods, and China’s green bond market faces challenges – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, China, etc. | 4 Nov 2022
An investigation alleges HSBC financed US$2.4b of sustainable bonds for climate damaging projects, Singapore and China launch green finance initiatives, and ASIC issues its first greenwashing fine – plus other updates.
Bird & Bird LLP | Singapore | 31 Oct 2022
The 15th Singapore International Energy Week (SIEW) kicked off with a bang on 25 October 2022 and the flagship Asia Clean Energy Summit (ACES) also…
Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 25 Oct 2022
This week we look at the new Energy Markets Finance Scheme, the government's changes to the Energy Price Guarantee, Ofgem's reform of gas demand-side…