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  • Climate-Change Claims in Bankruptcy Courts

    Climate-Change Claims in Bankruptcy Courts

    In In re Peabody Energy Corp., the district court affirmed the bankruptcy court’s finding that causes of action to hold a coal company responsible for climate change were discharged in bankruptcy.

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  • OPEC Nations' Struggles Could Impact World Economy

    OPEC Nations' Struggles Could Impact World Economy

    All but two OPEC member nations are on a collision course with financial ruin, and this could potentially impact the world economy.

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  • Have We Hit Another Energy Downturn?

    Have We Hit Another Energy Downturn?

    With U.S. oil production soaring to an all-time high and WTI crude plunging to its lowest closing price since mid-2017, it is time to consider whether another energy downturn has begun — or resumed.

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  • Emerging Issues: Residential PACE Loans and Bankruptcy

    Emerging Issues: Residential PACE Loans and Bankruptcy

    Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) loan programs nationwide attest to the desirability of energy efficiency improvements as a matter of public policy, but they are not without issues.

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  • Offshore Oil and Gas Leases: The Unanswered Question

    Offshore Oil and Gas Leases: The Unanswered Question

    If and when the next wave of oil-and-gas bankruptcies hits, more companies engaging in offshore exploration and production could be seeking bankruptcy protection.

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  • Tension Within Chapter 11: Break-Up Fee Enforceability and In re Energy Future Holdings

    Tension Within Chapter 11: Break-Up Fee Enforceability and In re Energy Future Holdings

    Energy Future Holdings demonstrates the tradeoff underlying two important legal standards.

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  • Courts Split Over Interpretation of CIMLA Provisions Regarding Suppliers’ Maritime Liens Against Vessels

    Courts Split Over Interpretation of CIMLA Provisions Regarding Suppliers’ Maritime Liens Against Vessels

    Courts split over maritime liens regarding deliver of necessary supplies: factual inquiry and contractual obligation.

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  • Don’t Assume It’s a Lease! Applying § 365 to Oil and Gas Conveyances

    Don’t Assume It’s a Lease! Applying § 365 to Oil and Gas Conveyances

    The rise in energy-sector bankruptcies has brought the question of whether oil and gas conveyances can be assumed or rejected under § 365 of the Bankruptcy Code to the surface.

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  • A special Eye on Bankruptcy focus on energy bankruptcies9:33

    A special Eye on Bankruptcy focus on energy bankruptcies

    Michelle Harner discusses recent developments in energy bankruptcies with Jason Brookner (Gray Reed & McGraw LLP) and Perry Mandarino (B. Riley & Co.).

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  • Energy Bankruptcies

    Energy Bankruptcies

    Oil and gas companies have seen some of the highest rates of restructuring in the past several years. Several commentators discuss the outlook for the industry.

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  • Oil & Gas Gathering Agreements Can Be Rejected as Executory Contracts

    Oil & Gas Gathering Agreements Can Be Rejected as Executory Contracts

    Pipeline companies strike out again in New York on Texas law question.

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  • Quick Takes with Bill Rochelle - Featuring: Deborah Williamson12:04

    Quick Takes with Bill Rochelle - Featuring: Deborah Williamson

    ABI Editor at Large Bill Rochelle talks with Dykema's Deborah Williamson about the oil and gas market, and the prospects for the future.

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