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Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission Announces New Projects for US$10 Billion
José Estandía,Antonio Franck,Thomas E. Heather,Jeffrey A. Schlegel,Alberto de la Parra Z., June 30, 2015
On June 23, 2015, Mexico's Federal Electricity Commission ("CFE") announced public tenders in Mexico and the United States for more than 150 billion pesos or almost US$10 billion of new projects that will be called by the end of the year for completion by 2018. The most important of these...
EPA Proposes Renewable Fuel Standard Modification to Address Market Constraints, Yet Leaves Uncertainty for Future Targets
Casey F. Bradford,Thomas M. Donnelly,Kevin P. Holewinski,Nancy MacKimm,Charles T. Wehland, June 26, 2015
Exercising its authority under the Clean Air Act ("CAA"), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") proposes reducing the statutory targets for cellulosic biofuel, biomass-based diesel, advanced biofuel, and total renewable fuels for 2014, 2015, and 2016. The May 2015...
Supreme Court of Texas Issues Three Important Oil and Gas Decisions
Kyle R. Kreshover,Omar Samji,Jeffrey A. Schlegel,David S. Stringer, June 24, 2015
This month, the Texas Supreme Court decided three cases implicating oil and gas contract interpretation issues with important consequences to the industry. The Court held in all three cases that the plain meaning of a contract will prevail over an interpretation based on the industry's common views...
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