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    27/02/2024
    United Kingdom

    NSTA Consultation on Carbon Storage Data

    In 2023, the UK’s first carbon storage licensing round led to the award of 21 offshore carbon storage licences. A handful of licenses had been awarded prior to the licensing round, so that there are now a total of 27 such licences in place. Some of these licences have been incorporated in the four Track 1 and Track 2 carbon capture usage and storage clusters, which are intended to escalate industry expansion and promote start-up without delay. By 2030, it is projected that these four clusters will contribute towards a total of 20-30 million tonnes of CO₂ per year (MtPA) being captured...
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    23/02/2024
    Scotland

    Scottish wildcat group’s challenge to windfarm permission unsuccessful

    Wildcat Haven, a community interest company, sought to challenge the decision of the Scottish Ministers to grant permission for construction of a new wind farm at Clashindarroch Forest in Aberdeenshire. The Court held that Wildcat Haven had failed to establish that the decisions were attended by any error of law and there was therefore no scope for intervention by the court.In June 2023 Vattenfall’s application for the construction of a new wind farm in Clashindarroch Forest was granted under section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989 by the Scottish Ministers. The petitioners, Wildcat Haven,...
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    20/02/2024
    United Kingdom

    Court of Appeal confirms position on damages for breach of public procurement rules

    The much anticipated judgment in the Braceurself appeal has been handed down by the Court of Appeal. The Court of Appeal (led by LJ Coulson) has reaffirmed the position established by the High Court that despite a breach of the public procurement rules changing the outcome of a procurement, that is not of itself automatically ‘sufficiently serious’ to justify an award of damages.Until Braceurself, it was generally assumed that a breach which changed the outcome of a procurement would be decisive on the question of sufficient seriousness. This judgment provides clarity on the relevant...
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    13/02/2024
    Ungarn

    Hungary makes changes to labour law, occupational health and safety at work

    Hungary has initiated a series of legislative amendments to laws governing labour, occupation health and safety at work, some of which already entered into force on 1 January 2024. Specifically, Hungarian lawmakers passed amendments to Act I of 2012 on the Labour Code, Act IV of 1991 on the Facilitation of Employment and Unemployment Benefits, and Act XCIII of 1993 on Occupational Safety and Health and certain OSH decrees.The following article outlines the changes to labour law in Hungary brought on by these amendments.1. Amendments to Act I of 2012 on the Labour Code and Act IV of 1991 on the...
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    12/02/2024
    Romania

    Romania announces public consultation for ESCO contract models

    The Ministry of Energy has put the ESCO framework contracts for industry and local authorities into public consultation until 12 of February 2024.The draft contracts represent an integrant part of the already adopted Government Decision No. 1329/2023 regulating the necessary measures for the operation of companies providing energy design and energy performance services (GD 1329/2023). With these model contracts and the approval of GD 1329/2023, the Romanian Government is fulfilling one of its National Recovery and Resilience Plan (NRRP) obligations, which provides for the removal of barriers to...
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    09/02/2024
    Ukraine

    Ukraine launches State Register of Sanctions

    On 29 January 2024, the President of Ukraine by the Decree No. 36/2024, approved the Decision of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine “On Approval of the Regulation on the State Register of Sanctions”. On 1 February 2024, the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine launched the State Register of Sanctions on its website. The Register provides free public access to up-to-date and reliable information on persons and entities subject to Ukrainian sanctions.The Register is available in Ukrainian and English, and consolidates information regarding Ukrainian sanctions...
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