Energy Newsletter - August 2013


In This Issue:

- Why Where Matters: The Seat of Arbitration in International Energy Contracts

- Global Warming Litigation Goes Cold

- Russian Offshore: Addressing the Risk

- The UK Government unveils proposals for tax breaks for shale gas extraction

- UK's Department of Energy and Climate Change introduces charges for oil, gas, and carbon capture storage consents and authorisations

- Amendments to 1976 LLMC Convention Increase Maritime Accident Exposure for LNG Vessel Owners – Considerations for Port Liability Agreements

- In The News:

..UK Employment Law Update

..SEC Eliminates General Solicitation Prohibitions for Certain Private Offerings Solely to Accredited Investors

..Islamic private equity: Building more than just bricks

- Quantum Quarterly -Issue V - 2nd Quarter 2013

- Keith Townsend Named an M&A Advisor '40 Under 40'Award Winner

- Partner Adam Sowatzka Co-authors New Book on EPA Compliance and Enforcement

- Excerpt from Why Where Matters: The Seat of Arbitration in International Energy Contracts:

Designating the seat of arbitration is one of the most important elements of an effective international commercial arbitration agreement.

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