Recent court ruling - Implied duty of good faith In relational contracts, such as an oil and gas Joint Operating Agreements (JOA), do non-operators owe an implied duty of good faith in respect of their express powers, and an implied duty not to act irrat…
The energy and environment sector has seen significant growth in recent years due to the increasing cost of energy, diminishing stocks of fossil based fuels, security of supply, increasing demand from developing countries, concerns on the carbon agenda and new legislation forcing change. Resulting in significant private and public investment in alternative energy technologies, we’re here to help you navigate the new environmental landscape.
Predicted population growth and economic development means no let-up in future energy demands and global governments need to consider radical changes to their energy policies to ensure their future energy security.
Alternative energy sources represent an essential route to satisfying our growing demands for energy. Clean technology and renewables (such as bioenergy, carbon capture and storage, wind power, smart grids and photovoltaics - concentrating solar power) will need to form a large part of the energy generation and transmission infrastructure of our future.