Energy Newsletter - November 2012


In This Issue:



- Recent Common Sense Decisions on Source Aggregation: A Roadmap for Regulating Oil and Gas Emissions?

D.C. Regulatory:

- The FTC’s Revised Green Guides Provide Direction for Renewable Energy Marketing Claims


- FERC Proposes Rule to Address Threat to Power Grid from Geomagnetic Disturbances

UK Competition Law:

- UK Competition Commission Publishes Energy License Modification Appeals Rules



- Investment in the UK North Sea: A tax cut designed to increase revenue


Tort Litigation:

- FERC Denies Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Radon Lung Cancer Risk Claim

Oil & Gas Litigation:

- SEC Sued Over Dodd-Frank Extractive Industries Rule


Tim Burbury reflects on how ‘district energy’ is quickly gaining traction globally in The International District Energy Association [

- New Executive Order Expands Iran Sanctions to Cover Foreign Subsidiaries of U.S. Companies

- Three King & Spalding Partners Present at Premier Oil and Gas Program

- King & Spalding Shines in Legal 500’s First-ever Guide to Latin America

- King & Spalding Ranks 13th for M&A Deals in Emerging Markets

- Super Lawyers Names 12 King & Spalding Lawyers Among the Best in New York Metro

- Andrew Hruska Appointed to White-Collar Crime Task Force

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