Energy Newsletter - September 2012


In This Issue:


- Environmental: EPA’s Rules Affecting the U.S. Power Sector; Taking On EPA’s Rules Effectively Banning New Coal-Fired Generation

- EU Competition Law: Czech Energy Commitments

- Oil & Gas Regulatory, Mining & Natural Resources: SEC Adopts Final Rules Affecting Energy Companies; Adds Private Right of Action

- Government Relations: Debate on Natural Gas Exports Continues


- Business Litigation: Implications for Pipeline Construction after Denbury

- Securities Litigation: Securities Litigation and the Energy Sector


- Transactions: Venezuela’s Exit from the ICSID Convention Casts a Shadow on Foreign Investment

- In The News:

- King & Spalding Advises Spain’s Biggest Gas and Electric Co. on Purchase of U.S.-Sourced LNG from Sabine Pass Liquefaction

- King & Spalding Selected as One ofthe Top 50Lobbying Practices

- King & Spalding Boosts Global Disputes Practice

- Excerpt from Transactions: Venezuela’s Exit from the ICSID Convention Casts a Shadow on Foreign Investment:

Venezuela’s recent denunciation of the multilateral treaty will have no impact on ongoing arbitrations that were pending before the denunciation became effective but is expected to have a great impact on new investment decisions...

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