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Stabilisation clauses for international oil firms: implementation and enforcement

FOCUS: Many commentators predict that the lower oil prices following the crash of 2014-15 are not likely to return to previous highs anytime soon, therefore putting more and more petroleum contracts between international oil companies (IOCs) and host states... 28 Jul 2015

International energy investors could pursue UK for compensation following subsidy cuts, says expert

Sudden changes to the UK's main subsidy regime for onshore wind developments could lead to multi-million pound compensation claims against the government from foreign investors, an expert has said. 28 Jul 2015

Ending of Green Deal hurts industry's ability to plan, say experts

The scrapping of a government funding programme promoting domestic energy efficiency is part of a pattern of policy changes that are damaging the UK's ability to reduce carbon emissions, an expert has said. 24 Jul 2015

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