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by Robins Kaplan LLP on

So what happens when traders attempt to manipulate the index that’s meant to measure fear in the stock market itself? Well, we might just be finding out. Two UT Austin researchers think that we’re seeing efforts to mess with...more

Infrastructure M&A: Journey to the non-core: The shift to non-core infrastructure-who’s investing where?

by White & Case LLP on

HEADLINES -   - Between 2010 and 2016, more than half (53 per cent) of all non-core infrastructure investment was made by infrastructure funds - In value terms, transport (41 per cent) and power (28 per cent)...more

Investment in Oil and Gas Midstream Infrastructure

by White & Case LLP on

At a time of uncertainty for the long-term prospects of oil prices, midstream infrastructure divestments in the North Sea could help oil and gas companies maintain the viability of UKCS oil and gas production. The North...more

Global infrastructure: South Korea's vision - South Korea: Building for the future

by White & Case LLP on

South Korea is taking big strides globally with infrastructure financing, as both state-owned agencies and private banks fuel new investment in major ventures. With projects under way in countries as far flung as Mexico,...more

Why project bonds are on the rise in Latin America

by White & Case LLP on

Latin American project bonds continue to grow as a source of infrastructure financing, particularly as private capital is needed to close multi-billion-dollar shortfalls in spending for needed infrastructure projects in Latin...more

Key Issues and Considerations in Developing Petrochemical Projects in Newly Emerging Markets

by White & Case LLP on

This article provides a brief overview on some of the key issues and considerations that will need to be analysed by foreign sponsors (the “Foreign Sponsors”) looking to develop petrochemical projects in newly emerging...more

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Investment Outlook 2014

In this issue: - Bridging the Gulf - Integration brings investment - Investment focus - Investment activity - Country focus - Structure type - Feature: Positioning the Region for more...more

Encouraging Gas Development in China—A Work In Progress

by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP on

The Chinese government recently issued several reform measures intended to open up its gas industry to foreign oil and gas developers. An inflow of foreign capital and technology, it is hoped, will spur construction of the...more

Resource nationalism and its impact on infrastructure projects

by Reed Smith on

Introduction - The global demand for natural resources continues unabated. As revenues increase and profits soar in the face of this demand, there has been a resurgence of “resource nationalism” with resource-rich host states...more

Energy Newsletter - February 2013

by King & Spalding on

In This Issue: - DISPUTE RESOLUTION: - International Arbitration: EU Member State Defends Measures Adverse to Energy Sector Investments on the basis of EU law - REGULATORY: - Competition Law/Russia: Russia...more

U.S. Energy Regulation, Development & Finance

The U.S. energy and infrastructure sectors have undergone dramatic change since 2006, the year of Pillsbury’s first contribution to the Getting the Deal Through publications. Natural gas production and reserves have increased...more

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