The oil and gas industry has long been the “bread and butter” for the Houston economy. It’s a major employer, it drives the economy, it underwrites local nonprofits — but it is changing.
On September 22, the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance issued a sample comment letter (the “Comment Letter”) regarding climate change disclosures.
In this featured interview, V&E Partner Margaret Peloso, whose practice is built on significant experience in climate change science, talks about how law firms can help clients set their strategies for continued business in a changing environment, especially ahead of forthcoming “ESG” regulations.
The energy industry has long been a source of high-skilled and well-paid jobs, many paying six figures per year to employees.
This research updates last year’s report entitled, “Clean Energy IPOs and SPAC Combinations” published in August of 2020.
Export credit agencies (ECAs) are institutions that undertake official export credit activities for or on behalf of governments and whose main objective is to foster the competitiveness of a country by supporting the export of goods and services originating from their home jurisdiction.
For better or for worse the coronavirus pandemic has ushered in a new paradigm in legal practice. So far as evidentiary hearings are concerned, what were usually in-person affairs have now, it seems, become fully virtual.