Recent Regulatory and Legislative Developments of Interest to Energy Lawyers
The purpose of this article is to highlight and discuss legislative and regulatory developments relevant to energy lawyers, including electricity matters and related jurisprudence, that have arisen during the period between May 2011 and April 2012. This article focuses primarily on decisions before the relevant courts and tribunals in the areas of facilities approvals, Aboriginal consultation, environment, licences, tolls and tariffs, scoping, standing and participant funding, and administrative law. In addition, this article highlights developments in legislation, policy, and guidelines.
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