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News / Scottish Court sanctions the Premier Oil Scheme of Arrangement confirming the flexibility of the scheme of arrangement to implement novel restructuring solutions

12-05-2020 / Energy & Infrastructure

Successful creditor challenges to schemes of arrangement are incredibly rare, and ARCM’s challenge to Premier Oil’s scheme [1] has not bucked this trend. This scheme raised a broad range of issues which, subject to the outcome of the appeal, have been addressed to confirm the broad, flexible scope of the scheme of arrangement to implement creative restructuring solutions in the face of opposition from minority creditor groups. We provided an overview of the scheme of arrangement process and some of the issues raised by the Premier Oil scheme in our previous bulletins [2] .

Scottish Court sanctions the Premier Oil Scheme of Arrangement confirming the flexibility of the scheme of arrangement to implement novel restructuring solutions

News / Ince part of the winning Offshore Project Finance Deal of the Year for 2019

04-05-2020 / Energy & Infrastructure, Maritime

Golar LNG & Keppel Capital, FLNG Gimi – US$ 700m Senior Secured Term Loan awarded ‘Offshore Project Finance Deal of the Year’.

Ince part of the winning Offshore Project Finance Deal of the Year for 2019

News / Ince announces new heads of Energy and Infrastructure Practice

23-04-2020 / Energy & Infrastructure

22 April 2020, London International legal and professional services firm Ince has today announced the appointments of Gillie Belsham and Chris Kidd as co-heads of its Energy and Infrastructure Practice.

Ince announces new heads of Energy and Infrastructure Practice

News / Economic duress or commercial leverage? The Court of Appeal clarifies the scope of “lawful act duress”

25-03-2020 / Energy & Infrastructure

It is a well-established principle of English law that a contract resulting from a threat of an unlawful act or omission may be avoided at the option of the aggrieved party. The Court of Appeal’s decision in Times Travel (UK) Ltd v Pakistan International Airlines Corporation (Rev 2) [2019] EWCA Civ 828 provides a long-awaited clarification on whether a contract may be avoided if it is entered into following pressure involving a threat to do something lawful i.e. “lawful act duress”.

Economic duress or commercial leverage? The Court of Appeal clarifies the scope of “lawful act duress”

News / Energy & Infrastructure The Smart Bulletin October 2019

08-10-2019 / Energy & Infrastructure

We are pleased to share with you the latest edition of the Ince Smart Bulletin. Our aim is to keep those working in the Energy & Infrastructure sectors up-to-date with relevant legal developments.

Energy & Infrastructure The Smart Bulletin October 2019

News / Force majeure clauses, “but for” causation and the compensatory principle

08-10-2019 / Energy & Infrastructure

In the recent case of Classic Maritime Inc v Limbungan Makmur SDN BHD [2019] EWCA Civ 1002 the Court of Appeal has upheld a Commercial Court decision on the interpretation of the causation requirement in a force majeure clause in a long-term contract of affreightment. It found the trial judge misapplied the compensatory principle in taking into account the impact the event of force majeure would have had on Charterers’ performance even though it could not rely on the force majeure event to avoid liability for its breach.

Force majeure clauses, “but for” causation and the compensatory principle

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