Energy Newsletter - February 2013


In This Issue:


- International Arbitration: EU Member State Defends Measures Adverse to Energy Sector Investments on the basis of EU law


- Competition Law/Russia: Russia Gives Go-Ahead to Rosneft’s Acquisition of TNK-BP

- EU Competition Law: Competition Law and the Energy Sector – EU, UK, and Beyond; Looking Ahead to 2013

- International Trade: The New Year Brings New Sanctions Against Iran

- Government Relations: Tax Reform and the Oil and Gas Industry


- Construction: ‘Back-to-back’ – the pass-through of construction risk from project agreement to subcontracts under public private partnerships (PPPs) and energy infrastructure projects

- Transactions: U.S.LNG Exports: The DOE’s Studies and the Status of Pending Non-FTA Export Applications

- Financial Restructuring: Oil and gas "leases" and farmout agreements in bankruptcy proceedings

- In The News:

- Dan Rogers, Merrick White to Conduct Workshop at Myanmar Upstream Summit

- Katie McCarthy and Bruce Baber to Presentat PLI’s IP Enforcement and Litigation 2013 Seminar

- No Arbitration Is An Island: The Role of Courts In Aid of International Arbitration

- Washington Insight: Corporate Lobbyist's Toolkit – January 2013

- Intellectual Property Newsletter - January 2013

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