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Burness Paull

Opinion

Opinion: Brexit and renewables – what lies ahead?

The Brexit result was just a short time ago and already much has been written about its potential impact on the UK’s renewables industry. Common themes that have emerged are loss of investor confidence, concerns over energy security and delays in much needed investment into the UK’s energy infrastructure. At best, the commentary can be described as well informed speculation. The truth is that nobody can predict the impact with any degree of certainty.

OTC

OTC 2016: What they really thought

Hundreds of representatives of North Sea companies braved the downturn to attend the Offshore Technology Conference 2016 in Houston.

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Opinion: The changing ownership of oil and gas infrastructure

The UK’s offshore pipelines and terminals were constructed to export production from the owners’ own oil & gas fields. Although tariff income was generated as third party owned fields were tied-back, that income was small relative to the revenue from the infrastructure owners’ own production. The field owners retained ownership of the infrastructure so that they could control the export route for their existing fields and for discoveries and prospects they may wish to develop in the future.

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Scottish Cycling announce new sponsorship ahead of Glasgow Revolution Series

Scottish Cycling is delighted to announce a new sponsorship with leading Scottish commercial law firm Burness Paull. The firm has been named Official Legal Advisor to Scotland’s National Governing Body for cycling and title sponsor of the Scottish team competing in the UK’s premier Track series. Seven riders from Scottish Cycling’s Performance Development programme and four of Scottish Cycling’s Future Stars will be riding alongside stars such as Laura Trott, Geraint Thomas and Katie Archibald in Round 4 of the leading track cycling series under the new team title of Scotland Burness Paull.