Energy Newsletter - June 2014


In This Issue:

- Drafting Lessons From The "Deliver-Or-Pay Wars" Of The Southern Cone

- Flaring Litigation in North Dakota is Capped

- Shell Oil Co. v. United States -- A Divided Federal Circuit Identifies An Exception To The Rule That "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished"

- EPA Issues Proposed Greenhouse Gas Emissions Standards for Existing Power Plants

- The Anti-Energy Tax Incentives Caucus of the GOP

- DOE Proposes "Environment First" Prioritization for LNG Export Review

- Ghana – A Further Push for Transparency in the Petroleum Sector

- Excerpt from Drafting Lessons From The "Deliver-Or-Pay Wars" Of The Southern Cone:

The Rise of Domestic Gas Obligations -

The increase of domestic gas ("domgas") obligations imposed by Host States in pipeline gas or LNG export projects has become a trend in the international gas industry.

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