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Mexico’s Congress approves energy reform

21 August 2014 by Chris Cooper

More than a year after Mexican President Peña Nieto introduced an overhaul of the nation’s energy market, the Mexican Congress has approved bills that will reform the sector.

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Chadbourne expands London project finance team

14 July 2014 by Sam Duke

US firm hires Shearman energy lawyer

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Privatisation and monopoly: The South African energy conflict

04 June 2014 by James Wilson

Shaun Nel, executive director of the Energy Intensive Users Group in South Africa, talks to James Wilson about South Africa’s energy market, the key concerns of large energy consumers and the current developments in the market that will change the landscape.

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Financing the future: The EBRD’s role in CEE/CIS

04 June 2014 by Ben Naylor

EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) senior counsel, James Wilson, speaks to Ben Naylor about the bank’s work in Russia and the CIS

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Powering up on garbage in Sub-Saharan Africa

04 June 2014 by James Wilson

Donald Watkins, commercial litigation lawyer for 25 years and CEO of Alabama-based waste-to-energy company Masada Resources since 2005, talks to James Wilson about the practicalities of developing and financing waste-to-energy projects in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Brazil auctions Libra pre-salt oil field to sole bidder

04 June 2014 by Chris Cooper

As Brazil completes its auction of production rights for the pre-salt of its offshore fields IFLR1000’s Chris Cooper looks at the arguments for and against the move

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Unlocking Southern Africa’s energy market

04 June 2014 by James Wilson

Robert Mukiza, director of Hong Kong and Botswana-based energy company Acadia Energy and a former head of the UN Coordination in Botswana, talks to James Wilson about the opportunities opening up to domestic companies, obstacles to successful development of the energy space and the rewards for law firms that work to understand the region’s characteristics.

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Sub-Saharan Africa’s oil and gas market: Moving up the food chain

04 June 2014 by James Wilson

Duncan Williams, general counsel of Maurel & Prom, France’s largest independent oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) company, speaks to James Wilson about the changing business environment in Sub-Saharan Africa and the shifting opportunities for mid-sized oil and gas companies.

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Partner moves - May 2014

01 June 2014 by IFLR1000

A roundup of global lateral hires in May 2014

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Deal round-up - April 2014

01 May 2014 by IFLR1000 reporters

IFLR1000's selection of the most important transactions from April 2014