Energy Newsletter - April 2012


In This Issue:


- Transactions: FERC’s Pine Prairie Energy Center, LLC Order and Its Implications for Gas Storage Expansion Projects

- Corporate/London: Shale Gas in Europe: Today and the Future

- Construction: Performance Security - Protections Available to Mitigate the Risks of Contractor Default During Construction of a Large Energy Project

- Project Development/Finance: Splitting EPC Contracts in Energy Projects

- Corporate/London: Negotiating by email - Beware!


- International Arbitration: A Brief Overview of Venezuela’s Oil Policies


- U.S. Antitrust/D.C. Regulatory: DOJ Announces First-Ever Settlement of False Claims Act and Antitrust ClaimsInvolving Mineral Rights Lease Auctions

- Global Competition Law: India Turns Up the Heat on Cartel Enforcement with First Fines in the Energy Sector

- Environmental: Marcellus Shale: Implications of Ohio DNR’s Report Regarding the Youngstown Tremors

- EU Competition Law: European Commission Fines Energy Companies for Obstructing Competition

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