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    15.11.2023
    United Kingdom

    Ofgem Approves Queue Management Process to Manage Transmission Connections

    Ofgem published its decision on 13 November 2023 in relation to CMP376 that the “WACM7” modification should be made to the Connection and Use of System Code (“CUSC”) in order to implement queue management (“QM”) milestones into construction agreements for connection to the transmission system. The impact of this is that National Grid Electricity System Operator Limited (“NGESO”) will have greater powers (and in some cases an obligation) to terminate projects that are not progressing against their milestones, thus speeding up the connection process...
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    02.10.2023
    Bulgaria

    Race for Leadership: Energy Efficiency and Renewables Fund Seeks New Manager

    The Bulgarian Energy Efficiency and Renewable Sources Fund (EERSF) is currently in search of a new manager for a 5-year term, in compliance with local laws. Only legal entities or associations thereof are eligible to participate.EERSF administers the financial resources received by the Republic of Bulgaria in accordance with the current legislative framework and agreements with major donors.EERSF is structured as a self-sustaining commercial entity that focuses on facilitating investments in energy efficiency and promoting the development of a functioning energy efficiency market in Bulgaria. The...
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    05.09.2023
    Oman

    The New Oman Social Protection Fund Law - Key Changes

    The Sultanate of Oman as a welfare state has for long operated under the old Public Authority for Social Insurance (PASI) Law (Royal Decree 72/9). Recently however, Oman has enacted the novel Social Protection Fund Law (SPFL) (Royal Decree 52/2023) in an attempt to enhance its social welfare framework by creating a single and unified social protection fund that improves financing and provides a wide range of benefits to workers and their families. This article provides an overview of some of the key aspects of the new law and compares it with its repealed predecessor, by highlighting the key impacts...
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    11.08.2023
    United Kingdom

    Availability of Electricity Network Connections: Update on Key Reforms and Initiatives

    The scarcity of electricity grid connection capacity available in areas across Great Britain (and beyond) is fast rising to the top of the agenda for businesses across a broad range of sectors. The findings of the Electricity Networks Commissioner, appointed by the Government to report on these challenges, have recently been published. This has come on top of a very wide range of other shorter and longer term initiatives seeking to tackle various aspects of the issue of grid capacity. In this Law-Now we bring together a summary of the Electricity Networks Commissioner’s key recommendations...
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    12.06.2023
    Pologne

    Poland simplifies investment process in nuclear, gas and petroleum sectors

    With nuclear projects, both traditional large power plants and modular reactors (SMRs), on the rise, the Polish government has adopted a bill to shorten and simplify the investment process in the nuclear sector.Reducing the number of administrative approvalsThe draft law, which is now under consideration of the lower house of Polish parliament (Sejm), aims to introduce a formula for assessing the environmental impact of nuclear projects under a special procedure. This will exempt nuclear projects from having to obtain an environmental permit. A condition for the exemption is that the Council of...
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    25.05.2023
    International

    North Sea Strikes and Force Majeure

    The latest in a series of strikes by oil & gas workers in the North Sea continues to test the operation and efficacy of force majeure (“FM”) provisions in oil and gas industry contracts.There is no single “industry standard” FM clause, and so each contractual FM clause must be carefully considered in its contractual context to determine how it operates.With many North Sea oil and gas industry contracts based on industry model forms, such as LOGIC and OEUK (formerly OGUK), we consider below the impact of the recent (and proposed) North Sea strike actions.  A review...
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