• Energy Offshore
    Construction: How to Save a Contract There were a number of news reports late last year indicating that shipyards, including the major Korean shipyards, had entered into agreements with buyers to delay delivery of offshore units and related vessels. Agreements by which the delivery date of a unit is postponed by mutual agreement are known as extension agreements.
  • Brexit Update
    Signs of “Regrexit” Following UK General Election? The shock result in the UK General Election has caused further political and economic upheaval with no single party controlling the House of Commons. Serious questions are now being raised over the UK’s approach to Brexit with negotiations set to commence next week.
  • Andreas Silcher Energy
    Changing Patterns During 2017 Give Reasons for Optimism for Development of More LNG Projects

    There have been significant new developments in the liquefied natural gas sector, which support the view that we are about to enter a golden era for liquefication projects. First, global demand is supported by continuously low LNG prices and high availability. Around 15 new projects are expected to come online worldwide in the next four years, and existing supply is returning to market following planned or unplanned downtimes.

  • Offshore
    Global Arbitration Review: Offshore Vessel Construction Disputes

    Haynes and Boone CDG Partners James Brown, William Cecil and Andreas Dracoulis co-authored a chapter in the Second Edition of Global Arbitration Review’s Guide to Energy Arbitrations. The Guide to Energy Arbitrations is a widely regarded reference tool for energy companies, their advisers and arbitrators. It compiles information on the multitude of potential issues that may arise in energy disputes and provides guidance for minimizing the risk of and resolving such disputes, written by authors who are renowned in the industry.

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