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“What’s Required in Requirements Contracts,” and “Update: Power Up in the Air (Part II):  EPA Proposed Regulations for New and Existing Power Plants”

This issue of STROOCK POSITIVE ENERGY features two articles that are of great interest to the power industry.
The first, “What’s Required in Requirements Contracts,” by Scott Le Bouef, a Partner in Stroock’s Energy and Project Finance and Commodities and Derivatives Practice Groups, and Claude Szyfer, a Partner in Stroock’s Litigation Practice Group, focuses on some of the key elements that parties should consider when structuring a requirements contract, and provides important pointers to parties that are considering entering into requirements contracts.

The second, “Update: Power Up in the Air (Part II):  EPA Proposed Regulations for New and Existing Power Plants,” by E. Gail Suchman, Special Counsel in Stroock’s Environmental and Energy and Project Finance Practice Groups, and Nicole Hanson, an associate in Stroock’s Real Estate Practice Group, focuses on two other regulations proposed by the EPA, both of which seek to limit greenhouse gas emissions from new and existing power plants as part of the agency’s agenda to address the impacts of climate change.
 

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