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The joint operating agreement (JOA) has a number of key commercial provisions.ScopeThe scope of the JOA is, generally speaking, to 'establish the...
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Produced in partnership with Peter Roberts, Head of Oil & Gas of Orrick 16th Oct
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This Energy consultation tracker tool displays the current status and most recent developments of key consultations conducted by government...
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14th Oct
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IntroductionThis Practice Note tracks the key publications and announcements made to date in relation to Brexit and the EU Internal Energy Market,...
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14th Oct
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IntroductionThis tracker provides a chronological horizon scanner of the expected future dates of final decisions, implementing measures,...
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7th Oct
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What are OFTOs?Offshore Transmission Owners (OFTOs) are the owners of offshore transmission assets which connect offshore wind farms to the onshore...
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Produced in partnership with Herbert Smith Freehills 1st Oct
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What is a Turbine Supply Agreement (TSA)?The Turbine Supply Agreement (TSA) is a critical component of the contractual framework for a wind farm. This...
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26th Sep
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How are renewable energy projects typically structured?Renewable energy projects are often project financed. A special purpose vehicle (SPV) will be...
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26th Sep
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Decommissioning security agreementsOil and gas companies are expected to return the seabed to its original state (subject to certain exceptions) by...
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25th Sep
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Requirement for a LicenceSection 4 of the Electricity Act 1989 (EA 1989) requires entities undertaking certain activities in the electricity sector to...
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25th Sep
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What is a grid connection?A grid connection allows a user to connect to the local network or ‘grid’ so they can receive or produce electricity. A...
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25th Sep
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UKCS Petroleum Project LifecycleThe lifecycle of a typical petroleum project on the UKCS can be viewed in the following stages:Each stage of an...
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25th Sep
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In order for a new connection to be made, whether to a generator, a home, an office or an entire new development, new network infrastructure will need...
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25th Sep
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What is the ‘supplier of last resort’?When the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem) revokes a supply licence (usually because of insolvency),...
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25th Sep
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OverviewOperation and maintenance (O&M) of renewable energy projects is a critical component of an effective and successful project. Although capital...
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25th Sep
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Brexit impactThis Practice Note contains information on subjects impacted by the UK’s withdrawal from the EU at 11 pm on 31 January 2020 (exit day)....
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25th Sep
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What is the Renewables Obligation?The renewables obligation (RO) is intended to support investment in renewable generation projects. It does this by...
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25th Sep

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Physical requirements of a company sealThe requirements for a common seal are outlined in section 45 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006). It is not...
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28th Sep
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This Q&A relates to drafting options for jurisdiction clauses which anticipate court litigation in a business-to-business contract.The terms...
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28th Sep
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Variation of contracts and deedsAn existing contract or deed may be varied in writing, provided that the variation satisfies the usual requirements...
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28th Sep
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Offer, acceptance and certainty of termsSee Practice Note: Formalities for creating a guarantee which explains that the following features are...
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28th Sep
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Signed or executed as a deedThe wording of section 1(2) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 (LP(MP)A 1989) confirms that an...
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28th Sep
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The following content will be of use:Nature of trustsPractice Notes:•Nature and classification of trusts—the nature and classification of...
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28th Sep
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A guarantee is an agreement between the guarantor and the landlord, and it is governed by the general rules and principles of contract law. As such,...
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28th Sep
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We have assumed that service is pursuant to a notice clause in a commercial contract.Contractual definitionWhere a contract defines what a ‘by hand’...
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28th Sep
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There are numerous personal and business reasons for obtaining a certified copy of a document. For example, when applying for a loan the lender may...
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28th Sep
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Under section 44 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006), companies can execute deeds in their own name and in their own right by way of:•fixation of the...
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28th Sep
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This Q&A focuses on whether a dispute resolution clause is binding between the parties in the event of a breach of contract leading to...
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28th Sep
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In English law, the expression ‘force majeure’ does not refer to a legal doctrine. Instead, the expression ‘force majeure clause’ is used to describe...
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28th Sep
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Early terminationThere are numerous different circumstances that may lead a party to wish to terminate an agreement early (eg for convenience on...
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28th Sep
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Execution of contractsA degree of caution needs to be exercised when contracts are entered into otherwise than with an individual. See: Forming...
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Produced in partnership with Lynne Counsell of 9 Stone Buildings 28th Sep
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Deeds must be delivered in order to take effect. Under common law, a deed is delivered when a party makes his intention to be bound clear. See...
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28th Sep
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If a power of attorney (POA) is to be granted by an English company for use overseas this can be achieved either:•by creating the POA in the foreign...
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28th Sep
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DeliveryUnder section 1(2) of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989, a deed must be:•in writing•clear on its face that it is...
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Produced in partnership with Hannah Maidment of HRC Law 28th Sep

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