Energy Law Papers

Recent Regulatory and Legislative Developments of Interest to Oil and Gas Lawyers

Volume 44, No 3 ISBN: 1925-8356   |   Courtesy of Canadian Energy Law Edition   |    View Original Authors: Paul Jeffrey, Gloria Chao Surveyed herein are the recent regulatory and legislative developments of significance to the oil and gas industry. This article canvasses decisions of the courts, bulletins from national and provincial regulatory bodies, and legislative initiatives… [Read More…] about Recent Regulatory and Legislative Developments of Interest to Oil and Gas Lawyers

The Current State of the Law in Canada on Crown Obligations to Consult and Accommodate Aboriginal Interests in Resource Development

Volume 44, No 3 ISBN: 1925-8356   |   Courtesy of Canadian Energy Law Edition   |    View Original Authors: Heather L. Treacy, Tara L. Campbell, Jamie D. Dickson The Supreme Court of Canada has clarified that the duly to consult with Aboriginal groups and. where indicated, to accommodate their interests lies with the… [Read More…] about The Current State of the Law in Canada on Crown Obligations to Consult and Accommodate Aboriginal Interests in Resource Development

The EPC Contract and the Energy Lawyer

Volume 43, No 3 ISBN: 1925-8356   |   Courtesy of Canadian Energy Law Edition   |    View Original Authors: Arnold H. Olyan, John K. Taylor With conventional reserves on the decline and large scale energy projects enticing a broader array of energy producers and transporters to consider participation, it is inevitable that energy… [Read More…] about The EPC Contract and the Energy Lawyer

An Introduction to Various Issues Surrounding the Ownership of Storage/Pipeline Gas

Volume 44, No 3 ISBN: 1925-8356   |   Courtesy of Canadian Energy Law Edition   |    View Original Authors: Chris Simard, Andrew Lamb The issues surrounding ownership of pipeline and stored gas have been largely ignored in Canada, with the result that many in the industry may be surprised to learn that their… [Read More…] about An Introduction to Various Issues Surrounding the Ownership of Storage/Pipeline Gas

Restrictions on Disposition in the Oil and Gas Industry: The Extinction of the Species?

Volume 43, No 3 ISBN: 1925-8356   |   Courtesy of Canadian Energy Law Edition   |    View Original Authors: Gordon L. Tarnowsky, Miles F. Pittman, Carolyn Wilton Restrictions on disposition in the oil and gas industry, predominantly rights of first refusal, can create significant uncertainties in oil and gas transactions, particularly complex ones. In an effort… [Read More…] about Restrictions on Disposition in the Oil and Gas Industry: The Extinction of the Species?