Mayer Brown announced today the launch of Energy Forward, a blog designed to provide the latest updates and analysis on energy industry developments around the world.
The blog is edited by partners Jose Valera and Bob Palmer. Other members of Mayer Brown’s Oil & Gas industry group across the firm’s global offices will be regular contributors to the blog.
”Mayer Brown has a world class energy practice and this Blog will appeal to a broad group of persons at energy companies, investors in energy projects and lenders in the energy space,” said Mr. Valera.
The blog will cover a wide range of topics, including oil and gas exploration and production; transportation; refining, processing and marketing; LNG liquefaction, regasification and marketing; gas to power; carbon capture and other relevant topics for the industry. Crucially, the blog will also focus on topics related to the transition from fossil fuels to sustainable energy using renewable, thermal and alternative power generation, among others. The blog will examine energy policy, project development, technology innovation, risk management, ESG, finance, investment, dispute resolution and other subjects around the world. Recent posts published on the blog include:
- UK to “Build Back Greener”
- M&A, MAC and Covid-19: Travelport Limited and others v WEX Inc.
- Despite Regulatory Changes in Mexico, Distributed Generation Still Offers Opportunities for Power Producers
- UK Government announces a review of the offshore oil & gas licensing regime
- No-deal Brexit – Enforcement of judgments in the UK or EU member states
- Fossil Fuel Resurgence or Divergence: China’s Recent Energy Trends
- Getting the Deal Through: Oil Regulation 2020
Mayer Brown’s Oil & Gas group has been advising clients in the oil, natural gas, LNG and power industries for decades. Our experienced international lawyers located across four continents have an in-depth understanding of the risks and industry-specific issues that are unique to the energy industry. They regularly advise national and international oil companies, E&P independents, energy services companies, natural gas and liquids pipeline companies, LNG project developers, petrochemical companies and refiners, as well as lenders and investors in a wide range of industry matters.
Visit the Energy Forward blog.