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CBP’s Approach to CEEs Continues to Evolve

On March 28, 2014, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) posted an updated version of its procedures for its Centers of Excellence and Expertise (CEEs) in response to a recent Federal Register notice and policy shifts by...more

Development of Horizontal Drilling Techniques Drives Global Demand for Associated Fluids and Chemicals

Research and Markets, a leading international market research and market data firm, has released its report on Global Trends and Forecasts for Fracking Chemicals and Fluid Markets. The report estimates that the global...more

On The Horizon - Renewable Energy in Asia: Indonesia

1. What are the driving factors for increasing renewable energy production in Indonesia? Energy is a critical factor needed for the development of economic activity and national defense. - Ensuring domestic...more

China Update - February 19, 2014

In This Issue: Quote Of The Week; U.S.-China Relations; China News; Trade; and Energy & Environment. Excerpt from U.S.-China Relations - Secretary Kerry in Beijing: February 13 to February 18,...more

COP 19 – Day 8 of the Conference

The second week of the conference began with the COP President calling an informal stocktaking session, aiming to unite and focus the parties ahead of a week of hopefully more productive negotiations as the ministers begin to...more

EU Environment Report - September/October 2013

In This Issue: *Chemicals: - Biocides Regulation enters into force - Germany authorised to maintain national limit value on certain chemicals - Commission proposes to amend the definition of nanomaterials...more

Proposed Production Safety Rules Attempt to Bring Outer Continental Shelf Regulations into the Twenty-First Century

Over the last two decades, Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) production technology has advanced considerably while federal regulations governing OCS production have remained relatively unchanged. In an attempt to modernize OCS...more

Technology & Sourcing News - October 2013 (Global)

- What's in an indemnity anyway? - Kit Burden provides an informative overview of the use of indemnities in IT and outsourcing contracts, including guidance on what to look out for when drafting or negotiating these...more

EU Environment Report - July/August 2013

In this issue: - Chemicals: ..European Chemicals Agency consults on BPA classification ..Norway proposes to restrict decaBDE ..Danish register of goods containing nanomaterials -...more

Privacy Monday – August 19, 2013

After a brief August hiatus, Privacy Monday is back with privacy goofs, gaffes and tidbits to start your week. Department of Energy Hacked — Again -- Although the grid is supposed to be “critical infrastructure” as...more

"Cybersecurity Update: Key US and EU Regulatory Developments"

In recent months, federal and state governments have taken an increasingly active role in reviewing cybersecurity issues within the private sector. There has been a flurry of activity as different government bodies discuss...more

Red Notice: A Monthly Update on Global Investigations and Prosecutions - June 2013

Welcome to the June 2013 edition of Red Notice, a publication of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. In this month’s edition, a French energy giant agrees to one of the most expensive Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)...more

Energy & Clean Tech Connections: Your Law Firm Link to Industry News -- May 2013

In This Edition: - In the News: United States - In the News: Europe & Asia - Government Financial Assistance - Privately Sourced Financial Grants - Federal & State News - Legal News - Events -...more

Energy Newsletter - May 2013

In This Issue: - DISPUTE RESOLUTION: - Oil & Gas Litigation: New Decision May Impede Fracking on Federal Land - Intellectual Property: Non-Practicing Entities (Patent Trolls) Target Oil and Gas...more

TRANSACTIONAL: Upstream Developments - Russia and former republics: Unconventional Russia

The unconventional hydrocarbon resource boom that hit the US and Europe had gone relatively unnoticed in Russia until recently. Ignoring the world’s fascination with the potential of unconventional resources, Russia...more

Energy & Clean Tech Connections: Your Law Firm Link to Industry News -- April 2013

In the April edition of Energy & Clean Technology Connections, we’ve gathered recent information from a wide variety of sources in an effort to keep you abreast of what’s new in the world of clean energy. We draw your...more

Energy Newsletter - March 2013

In This Issue: *REGULATORY: - U.S. Regulatory; EU Regulatory: Cybersecurity Efforts to Secure Critical Infrastructure including the Energy Sector Advance in the United States and European Union -...more

M&A in the United States: What Chinese Cleantech Companies Need to Know about

China’s investments in the U.S. have increased rapidly and will continue to grow in order to acquire advanced technology, real estate, market channels and other assets. With solar module oversupply continuing through 2013 and...more

REGULATORY: U.S. Regulatory; EU Regulatory: Cybersecurity Efforts to Secure Critical Infrastructure including the Energy Sector...

In recent years, the security of computerized data and the ability of public and private entities to respond to unauthorized penetration of computer networks has been intensely debated by policymakers. The risks associated...more

European Commission Publishes Cybersecurity Strategy and a Proposed Directive on Network and Information Security that Would...

On 7 February 2013, the European Commission published two cybersecurity documents designed to provide a comprehensive vision of how European Union Member States, national authorities, and private industry will prevent and...more

EU Environment Report - December/January 2013

In This Issue: *Chemicals - France bans bisphenol A in food contact materials - Commission adopts RoHS exemption for lead - Commission adopts RoHS exemption for cadmium - Consultation begins on three...more

Learning From Germany re Advanced Manufacturing, Including 3-D Printing and Nanotechnology

In Germany this week on business which has me thinking about some things related to Germany. For example, what can we learn from Germany and their relative economic success, including energy policy and manufacturing?...more

Funding for New Biobased Chemical Plants May Be Found Overseas, ACORE Official Says

Originally published in the Daily Environment Report on November 15, 2013. PHILADELPHIA–Finding funding to build new facilities to produce biobased chemicals and biofuels is challenging in the current economic...more

Massachusetts Water Innovation Mission to Israel

Israel is considered a global leader with respect to water innovation — it recycles 86% of its water and operates the largest desalination plant in the world at the lowest operating expense....more

COP18 - Doha 2012: Day 11 of the Conference

Introduction - The AWG-KP closed on Thursday 6 December 2012 amidst on-going discussions in the other Working Groups. The atmosphere is beginning to become tense as delegates see the end of the conference approaching...more

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