Energy Newsletter - March 2013


In This Issue:


- U.S. Regulatory; EU Regulatory: Cybersecurity Efforts to Secure Critical Infrastructure including the Energy Sector Advance in the United States and European Union

- International Trade: United States Eases Sanctions Against Burma, but Companies Should Proceed with Caution

- U.S. Regulatory: A Decade’s Worth of Coal Sales to be Scrutinized by Interior, Senate

- FERC: D.C. Circuit Affirms FERC’s Authority to Grant Mobile-Sierra Protections to Non-Contract Rates

- International Trade: China Issues Guidelines for the Development of Energy Sector

- U.K. Competition Law: Application of Competition Law to the Energy Sector: Changes to UK Concurrency Regime


- Corporate/London: The UK’s response to Macondo: Government response to independent review of UK offshore regulatory regime is published


- Oil & Gas Litigation: EPA Amends the Renewable Fuel Standard Program to Address Recent Fraud

*Upcoming Events

- King & Spalding Energy Forum: Crisis Management: Risks and Strategies

- LNG 17 CocktailReception hosted byKing & Spalding

*In The News

- Dubai: A Court System Evolves To Meet The Needs Of International Investors

- King & Spalding Advises Freeport LNG in 20-Year Liquefaction Tolling Agreement With BP Energy

- Global Arbitration Review Ranks King & Spalding Fourth in the World for International Arbitration

- Ashley Parrish a Featured Speaker at Sixth Annual Transatlantic Forum

- Gary Grindler Rejoins King & Spalding

- Former EPA Counsel Returns To King & Spalding In Atlanta

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