News & Analysis as of

Mexico Opens Up Its Energy Industry: The Liberalization of Mexico’s Energy Sector May Lead to New Opportunities for Investors

Mexico’s president, Enrique Peña Nieto, introduced a reform in August 2013, according to which the Mexican state will give up absolute control over the supply of oil, gas and electricity. The relevant bill changing the...more

Update on Mexican Energy Reforms – Concessions Regime in the Works

Ongoing political negotiations suggest that reforms to Mexico’s oil and gas laws will create a legal regime that will allow for concessions and production sharing contracts. As the Mexican Congress still debates proposed...more

Opportunities for Japanese Investment in US Unconventional Resource Development

On September 5th, 2013, Latham & Watkins partners Michael P. Darden and Michael King gave a presentation in Tokyo, Japan on unconventional resource development in the US and the opportunities created by changes in the US gas...more

TRANSACTIONAL: Corporate / London: Turkey's New Petroleum Law: Its objectives and how they will be achieved

Overview - Turkey aims to become a regional energy hub, in terms of both production and transit of hydrocarbons. In particular, and largely in response to recent large gas discoveries by nearby Cyprus and Israel, the...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

Shale Gas: The Next Big Thing?

Heat, electricity and transportation all have something in common: they can be powered by natural gas. Across the globe, historically, natural gas has been extracted from natural gas fields through the drilling of wells....more

6 Results
|
View per page
Page: of 1