Energy Newsletter - December 2012


In This Issue:


- Tort Litigation: Reforming NEPA Review of Energy Projects


- Transactions: Allocation of Ship-Shore Liability: Use of Port Liability Agreements to Provide Protection and Mitigate Uncertainty for U.S. LNG Project Participants

- International Trade: Aspen Institute Event Focuses on the Impact of the Energy Renaissanceon U.S. Manufacturing

- REGULATORY: EU Competition Law: The Cost of Compliance -- Breaking Seals in European Commission Investigations

- Environmental:

- Proposed Rules in Texas Expected to Encourage Recycling of Used Fracking-Fluids

- Mining and Natural Resources; Oil and Gas Regulatory: Deep Seabed Mining Emerges from the Depths

- UK Competition Law: Playing the Energy Game; Regulating Market Outcomes

- Upcoming Events: King & Spalding Energy Forum: NEPA Review of Energy Projects: Economic Impacts and Critical Path Consequences

- In The News:

- How to Maximize Your Insurance Recovery for Property Damage, Business Interruption, and Supply Chain Losses After Superstorm Sandy

- King & Spalding Acts on Enforcement of $73 Million Asian Coal Arbitration

- King & Spalding Advises Haddington Energy Partners on $350 Million Private Equity Fund

- Latest Chambers UK Results Reflect King & Spalding’s Growing Profile and Continued Expansion in the United Kingdom

- Excerpt from DISPUTE RESOLUTION: Tort Litigation: Reforming NEPA Review of Energy Projects:

National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review and related litigation impose delays and financial impacts on energy projects generally and present unique obstacles to project development.

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