- Lexis®PSL Energy weekly highlights—1 September 2016
- Feature articles
- Unconventional oil and gas—‘Shale Wealth Fund’: will payments generate queues to host fracking?
- Headlines (News updates & analysis)
- Conventional oil and gas—OGA issues new contracts to build seismic database
- Conventional oil and gas—New gas pipeline under the Humber Estuary granted
- Conventional oil and gas—Shell sells $425m of assets to EnVen Energy Corporation
- Energy innovation—National Grid awards Enhanced Frequency Response contracts
- Relevant updates from other practice areas
- New and updated on Lexis®PSL Environment
- Related weekly highlights
- Updated Practice Note
- Dates for your diary
- Useful information
Welcome to the weekly Energy highlights from the Lexis®PSL Environment team for the week ending 1 September 2016. This week’s highlights include analysis of HM Treasury’s Shale Wealth Fund consultation by Tim Pugh, planning and environment consultant with Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP and covers key news items from the past week including the award of new seismic contracts by the OGA, the granting of development consent for a new gas pipeline under the Humber Estuary, the sale by Shell of four offshore Blocks worth $425m to EnVen Energy Corporation and the announcement by National Grid that it has awarded Enhanced Frequency Response contracts to eight providers. We also include Ofgem’s consultations and consultations from the last week and a summary of relevant updates from other practice areas. We also include updates on recently closed consultations and cover relevant updates from other practice areas. Updated content recently published by Lexis®PSL Environment this week includes our Practice Mote on Electricity market reform (EMR)—capacity market (CM).
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