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Volatile oil prices and the depletion of traditional hydrocarbon energy sources have made an already competitive industry even more complex. At the same time energy suppliers provide essential public services, and political pressures add another layer of complexity, as governments and regulators seek energy security and demand both price stability and cleaner energy supplies.
In a market that is fast-changing and under pressure from a variety of different directions, you need a firm that is immersed in energy markets and is innovative and agile in driving and achieving your business goals. Dentons gives you that support, with enormous experience across the energy sector and around the world. This includes providing strategic assistance to clients encompassing the entire energy value chain from oil majors, independents, transportation companies, power generators and utilities, financial institutions and large customers. Dentons lawyers work for more than 40 governments on energy-market reform and major project procurement, which adds a depth of perspective rare amongst law firms.
Use Dentons and work with lawyers who understand the energy industry—who see the opportunities within traditional sectors and within new technologies—and who can help shape the business you want. Upstream or downstream, from exploration to marketing, and from generation to retail, Dentons can give you the innovative advice and insight you need globally.
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Dentons’ global Energy team provided input into Windpower Monthly's annual survey of the state of the wind power industry in more than 60 jurisdictions worldwide. Read more
Dentons Neil Cuthbert explores the key risks associated with large scale energy and infrastructure projects in this month's Asian-MENA Counsel Magazine. Read more
For the second straight year, Who’s Who Legal named Dentons its Energy Firm of the Year. Read more
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On 18 April the long-awaited Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016 finally came into force in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The Government has waited as long as possible before implementing the new Utilities Directive, presumably on the basis that it, overall, adds to the regulatory burden on relevant businesses. Whilst we are not certain that this is correct – noting that the new regulations give clarity in a number of contentious areas – now they are in force, what are the key changes? Read more
On January 29, 2016, Alberta’s Royalty Review Panel issued its report (the Report) recommending a new modernized oil and gas royalty framework (the New Framework) which will apply to all new wells spud on or after January 1, 2017. Further discussion of the Report and the New Framework can be found in our February 1, 2016 article. At the time of writing our previous article, certain questions remained to be answered. Read more
On 26 April 2016 the Act of 14 April 2016 on suspension of sale of property from the Agricultural Property Stock of the State Treasury and amendment to certain acts (the “Act”) was signed by the President. The Act awaits to be published in the Official Journal of Laws and is stated to take effect on 30 April 2016. Read more
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Waste crime is a major problem in the UK, and is growing in scale every year. It can cause significant environmental problems for organisations and the community as a whole. Read more
The Legal 500 2016 has recognized 40 Dentons CIS practice lawyers for their outstanding expertise in Russia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Read more
Arkadiusz Krasnodębski was re-elected as Poland Managing Partner for a new, three-year term of office. Piotr Szafarz, Partner and Head of the Real Estate practice in Warsaw, was re-elected as member of the Europe Compensation Committee. Both were elected by a vote of Dentons’ partners in Poland. Read more
Dentons has advised Fortum OJSC, one of Russia’s leading energy companies, in connection with the sale of a 100% interest in its subsidiary Tobolsk CHP to SIBUR Holding — one of Russia’s largest gas-refining and petrochemical enterprises. Tobolsk CHP owns and operates a cogeneration power plant in Tobolsk, Tyumen Region. Read more
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