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February 25, 2019

Blowing Hot and Cold

Energy Law
Reading Time: 4 minutes Turkey needs to do more to reduce its emissions. But is this coal-producing nation doing enough to develop the renewables...
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May 1, 2019

Legal considerations for energy projects in Turkey

Energy Law
Reading Time: 4 minutes Few countries are better located from a strategic standpoint than Turkey. Acting as the gateway between southeast Europe and the...
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November 1, 2018

Levent Lezgin Kılınç Contributes to Global Legal Insight’s Energy 2019

Energy Law, Regulation
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Levent Lezgin Kılınç was pleased to contribute to Energy 2019, the latest edition of the Global Legal Insights series. The...
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November 1, 2018

Regulation and Opportunity in Turkey’s Energy Markets

Energy Law, Foreign Direct Investments, Regulation
Reading Time: 4 minutes Turkey’s energy market is on the cusp of significant change. At present, more than 90% of the country’s crude oil...
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May 2, 2019

So long Sulphur emissions: navigating the new IMO regulations

Energy Law
Reading Time: 4 minutes In January 2020 the shipping industry, and those supplying its fuel, face one of the biggest challenges in decades. How is the sector preparing for the next adaptation of the MARPOL Convention?
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March 14, 2019

TANAP: Vital Legal Considerations When Establishing Significant Energy Projects in Turkey

Energy Law
Reading Time: 6 minutes Energy has become a critical factor in the growing economy of Turkey as it aims to reconfigure and broaden its energy mix. A key part of the country’s evolving strategy, The Trans-Anatolian NaturalGas Pipeline (TANAP) is of increasing significance in developing its infrastructure. TANAP is not only a strategically important development for Turkey, but also for Azerbaijan: it simultaneously allows the first Azerbaijani gas exports to be delivered to Europe while further strengtheningTurkey’s position as a regional energy hub.
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January 11, 2019

Winds of change – the case for renewable energy in Turkey

Energy Law
Reading Time: 4 minutes Despite the economic turmoil that has affected Turkey this year - a sharp decline in the value of the lira which has fallen more than 30% against the US dollar and an inflation rate above 20% - Turkey remains attractive for private equity (“PE”) firms seeking to raise funds for investment. Big names, such as the Dubai-based Abraaj Group and Turkven Private Equity, believe that Turkey continues to offer opportunities. Although Turkish PE hit a ten-year low in 2018, according to PitchBook, Abraaj has made ten separate PE investments in the country over the last few years while Turkven has invested $1.5bn in various projects.
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