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Africa presents an exciting prospect for investment in renewable energy. Hear the views of investors, developers and manufacturers on the challenges and opportunities for renewable energy in Africa in our report.
On Monday, 20 April, oil prices turned negative for the first time in history. This article provides an explanation for the price plummet and an overview of the key considerations.
In light of the rapid spread of COVID-19 and subsequent impact on businesses' supply chains, the Government has issued new guidance advising businesses that they will need to consider how changes to their operating model and fluctuations in demand during the pandemic may lead to new or increased risks of human trafficking or labour exploitation. This article looks at the Government's advice in more detail.
This note considers the effect of COVID-19 on contractual relationships with a focus on force majeure and the doctrine of imprévision (unpredictability) under French law.
Jonathan Moss, head of marine and trade at DWF, comments on the impact that the ensuing Middle Eastern crisis is having on the insurance market.
Slava Kiryushin, global head of energy at DWF, highlights trends we can expect to see in 2020 in the global energy sector.
Amidst heightened tensions in the Middle East, an Iranian oil tanker 'Sabiti ' has been damaged by what Iranian media said was a rocket attack. Whilst the explosion caused an oil spill into the Red Sea, this was brought under control, according to Iranian news agency, IRNA and the crew was reported to be safe. However, what will be the implications for the insurance industry? Jonathan Moss, Head of Marine & Trade at DWF, explores the cost to the insurance market.
Our international energy team comprises of more than 100 specialists across four continents. It draws together our in-depth knowledge and experience of the sector to deliver excellent legal advice in a commercial context.