Along with global pollution caused by intensive generation facilities and factories, international Authorities have commenced global operations to line-off pollution rates for industrialized
Contracting the Petroleum Operations under Turkish Petroleum Law: Scope and Limits of Liability on Petroleum Right Owners »
As exception to liberty of contracting and unlike a number of other industries, Turkey’s petroleum industry imposes certain obligations to petroleum right owners in contracting the con
Transfer and Granting of Rights under Turkish Petroleum Law: Freedom of Contract versus Regulatory Requirements »
Especially after the drop in oil prices the companies that are in early stage of their investments have begun to get position aiming to turn into an advantageous investment and started to lo
Work Permits under Wet Lease Agreements for Oil Exploration Operations: Secondment is a Solution for Exemption »
As part of exploration operations of multinational companies, wet lease agreements are gaining more importance especially in oil and gas industry and foreign carriers who takes part in such
Turkish Energy Market Regulatory Authority (“EMRA”) has announced on 1st October 2014 that the electricity manufacturing license holders producing electricity from renewable resource
Israel’s offshore Tamar and Leviathan gas fields in Eastern Mediterranean Sea have a significant discovery in order to meet Europe’s rising gas and energy need.
Whether for heating or for electricity generation, energy is one of the indispensable resources in the world which plays an essential role in the politics as well as in the economy of a coun
In 2012, OECD has reported that economy-wide transformation will require cumulative investment in green infrastructure in the range of USD 36-42 trillion between 2012 and 2030, i.e.
Turkey aims to utilize its energy potential, including renewable sources in a cost-effective manner.