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H2 Go: The UK’s new Hydrogen Strategy

The UK published its long awaited Hydrogen Strategy in August 2021 alongside a wider package of policy documents on hydrogen, including a consultation on a hydrogen business model to...

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Largest increase in the UK nuclear liability regime for 50 years expected on 1 January 2022

The largest shake up of the liability regime for nuclear incidents since the 1960s is finally expected to come into effect on 1 January 2022.

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U.S. FERC considers overhaul to its transmission planning and development rules, a big step in achieving clean energy goals

On July 15, 2021, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) unanimously approved and issued an advance notice of a proposed rulemaking (ANOPR) seeking public comment on reforms to its ...

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The Future of Mining | Technology Mining alert

Welcome to the third and final report in our series exploring the Future of Mining in Africa, in collaboration with Africa Legal, the leading online though-leadership platform for...

Published Works

Encyclopedia of Mineral and Energy Policy - The United States: Mining Laws Springer

The United States has vast mineral resources, the development and use of which are fundamental to the U.S. economy. Denver Energy and Natural Resources lawyers Scot Anderson, Paul Hilton,...

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Energy Transition: Regulatory impact Video

Energy transition describes the global shift away from fossil fuels towards meeting global energy demand through a smart and efficient energy eco-system producing sustainable greenhouse gas ...

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White House Climate Summit and its implications around the globe

President Biden hosted the Leaders Summit on Climate (Climate Summit) on 22-23 April. The Climate Summit is a next step in the President’s plan to employ a “whole of...

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Stepping back to move forward: Biden Administration brings back the Social Cost of Carbon and other greenhouse gases

On Friday, February 26, the Biden Administration’s newly-resurrected Interagency Working Group on Social Cost of Greenhouse Gases (IWG) announced new values for three specific metrics ...

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Energy regulators step up to address recent cold weather events

On February 16, 2021, in response to the extreme cold weather events resulting in significant power outages affecting millions of electricity customers throughout the Midwest and South...

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