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by: Merrick White, Sylvia Taslim and Zoe Bromage

The Indonesian upstream sector continues to undergo significant legal and regulatory change. This article examines five of the most recent developments in the Indonesian upstream sector that affect Indonesian Production Sharing Contracts and their participating interest holders.Read more

by: Carol Wood and Kathryn Marietta

Attracting more than 130 attendees from all over the country, King & Spalding’s first Energy Forum for 2017 held at the Houstonian Hotel in Houston tackled one of the most important issues facing the industry: Decommissioning and abandonment of oil and gas assets in upstream operations.Read more

by: Philip Weems

Overview of the history and potential impact of North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa in LNG export and import projects, delivered at the King and Spalding Africa Oil and Gas Conference in Houston, Texas Read more

by: Monica Hwang and Philip Weems

This article was published by Oil & Gas Journal in June 6, 2016.Read more

by: Tim Burbury and Usman Ahmad

The IFC recently published a detailed guide to assist in the development of solar power projects in Pakistan. This article provides a summary of the key steps and an overview of other notable items in this report. Read more

by: Alexandra Rotar, Cynthia AM Stroman, Joelle Herschtel, Jennifer Josefson, Laura Chambon, Mona Katigbak, Vera De Brito de Gyarfas and William Panlilio

The Paris Agreement on climate change will have varying impacts to its nearly 200 signatory countries. This article explores perspectives from regions around the world, including Latin America, Asia, Russia, the Middle East, the European Union, and North America.Read more

by: Alexandra Rotar and Jennifer Josefson

In recent years the Russian Government has passed legislation and promoted investment in the Russian Far East. Most notably, Russia has established the Vladivostok Free Port and identified other territories for accelerated development, each receiving certain tax and other investment benefits. Read more

by: David Phua (潘永光) and Daniel Rogers

Long term LNG sale and purchase agreements have historically used the take-or-pay contract structure. The emergence of new and, often, less credit worthy buyers should cause sellers to examine the potential benefits of a cargo-by-cargo structure in these long term agreements.Read more

by: Jia Hoe and Simon Dunbar

In recent years Hong Kong and Singapore have emerged as leading global centres for dispute resolution as a result of legislative changes, arbitration rules revisions, and the opening of new state-of-the-art facilities for mediation and arbitration.Read more

by: Merrick White and Richard Nelson

King & Spalding advises Ramba Energy Limited on its farm-out of a 35% participating interest in the Lemang PSC to Mandala Energy and the farm-in of a 15% participating interest in the Lemang Block from Eastwin Global Investments Limited.Read more