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Canada’s Federal Budget 2015: A Significant Boost to Canadian LNG and Resources

In its last budget before a fall election, the Canadian federal government made a number of new spending commitments in energy and resources area, and also made significant changes to the tax and financing regime for...more

PHMSA Targeting Pipeline Construction - Enforcement Focus on 60-Day Notification Requirement

The Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration has stepped up enforcement efforts concerning pipeline and LNG terminal construction. Construction-related inspections have resulted in a number of recent enforcement...more

US Energy Excise Tax Proposed Legislative Changes

Federal excise taxes imposed on natural gas, propane and other alternative fuels can significantly add to their cost and can create a disincentive to their use compared with more traditional fuels such as diesel and gasoline,...more

Coast Guard Proposes to Revise LNG Deepwater Port Regulations - Changes Would Affect Regulations Governing LNG Imports and Exports...

On April 9, 2015, the U.S. Coast Guard issued a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) in the Federal Register seeking public comments on a proposed overhaul of its existing regulations implementing the Deepwater Port Act of...more

Additional Language Introduced To Be Attached To The Alternative Fuel Tax Credit

On March 26, 2015, Representative Todd Young (R-IN) introduced H.R. 1665, the Alternative Fuel Tax Parity Act, to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to equalize the excise tax on liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquefied...more

Mexico’s Energy Revolution Series: A Liberalized Electricity Sector - April 2015

In This Issue: - Introduction - A Revamped Institutional Architecture - New Makeup of the Electricity Supply Chain .. Generation .. T&D Network .. Retailing - A note of...more

Energy Newsletter - April 2015

In This Issue: - Global Solar Energy – A Bright Future - Shared (Common) Facilities in LNG Projects - Hydropower Concessions – Long Awaited Reform - FERC's Order No. 807 Addresses Open Access And...more

Will U.S. Export-Import Bank Financing of Australian LNG Projects be Cast Adrift on the “High Seas” by the Endangered Species Act?

We have previously reported on cases in which opponents to energy projects continue to expand their challenges to include not just direct sponsors of the projects, but their financial supporters as well. In particular, we...more

Shared (Common) Facilities in LNG Projects

LNG project structure varies significantly from project to project. There are, however, some concepts that are common to projects that contemplate ownership of, or interest in, one or more LNG trains being disproportionate...more

The Shale Play Today - March 2015

In This Issue: - West Virginia Senate Bill 423 Amends Aboveground Storage Tank Act: Even before the June 6, 2014 effective date of the Aboveground Storage Tank Act (the "AST Act" or "Act"), W. Va. Code §§ 22-30-1 et...more

United States Coast Guard Guidance May Encourage Use of Liquefied Natural Gas as a Marine Fuel

On February 25, 2015, the United States Coast Guard (USCG) published two final policy letters on the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel. Released in draft form in February 2014, the policy letters address...more

PA Short Notes - March 2015

..In January, the PA Department of Revenue advised the tax community that it had - in November - joined the Multistate Tax Commission's corporate tax audit program, in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of PA...more

LNG Equipment and Buildings: Canadian Government Proposes Accelerated Writeoff

On February 19, 2015, the Canadian government released draft regulations introducing accelerated capital cost allowance (CCA) for facilities in Canada that liquefy natural gas. ...more

Energy Newsletter - February 2015

In This Issue: - LEX PETROLEA: Sources and Successes of International Petroleum Law - The Top 10 Questions Facing the LNG Industry in 2015 - Drilling Contracts – Avoiding Misunderstanding - Iran's Upstream...more

The Top 10 Questions Facing the LNG Industry in 2015

The only constant in the LNG industry again appears to be change – unpredictable change. The LNG supply and demand balance shifted in 2014 as LNG supply appears, at least temporarily, to have surpassed demand. Other...more

Energy Newsletter - January 2015

In This Issue: - Mexico: E&P Regulator Issues First Call for Bids under Round One - Have the Challenges of the Energy Transition been Overcome? - Challenges for energy security in Europe: Do European...more

The “LNG Permitting Certainty and Transparency Act”— A Positive Step Toward Expediting U.S. LNG Export Projects

Restrictive regulations and permitting processes that operate at glacial speed (as opposed to market speed) pose the primary hurdles to greater U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG). In response to a chorus of...more

Energy & Environment Update - January 2015

In This Issue: - Energy and Climate Debate - Congress - Department of Agriculture - Department of Commerce - Department of Energy - Department of Interior - Environmental...more

Mexico Is Becoming the Single-Largest U.S. Shale Gas Export Customer

On December 2, 2014, President Enrique Peña Nieto inaugurated Phase I of the new Los Ramones Gas Pipeline, which could by year end 2016 double the volume of gas the U.S. exports by pipeline to Mexico. Pipelines to Mexico...more

More Regulatory Stability and Incentives for Biogas and Biomass Projects

Last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a host of new incentives to encourage the use of fuels derived from biomass—including biogas that replaces traditional natural gas in the form of compressed...more

White & Case’s Japan Seminar Series 2014: Accessing Energy Resources

The 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster caused Japan to reevaluate its energy policy by placing less emphasis on nuclear energy and more on LNG and renewables. In February 2013, Professor Motoshige Itoh led an independent...more

LNG as a Fuel

The use of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a transportation fuel for ships, barges, and ferries has surged in recent months. This surge is due, in large part, to the boon in the production of natural gas in the U.S.; new low...more

EIB Energy Highlights: SCOTUS Review of EPA Mercury Regs, LNG Exports, World Energy Outlook, New EPA Regs & More

EIB Energy Highlights hits the highlights of recent energy developments, streamlining access to critical information for our readers. ...more

The Other Side of LNG Exports: Alaskan Exports to Free Trade Countries Approved

The capability of the U.S. to enter the global energy market as a net natural gas exporter has been the subject of much discussion, given the number of years that applications seeking approval to export liquefied natural gas...more

FERC Issues Declaratory Order Disclaiming Jurisdiction Over Proposed CNG Facility

On September 19, 2014, FERC issued a declaratory order holding that it would not have jurisdiction under the Natural Gas Act ("NGA") over the construction or operation of a compressed natural gas ("CNG") facility that Emera...more

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