In this article we discuss the recent case of Begum (on behalf of Mollah) v Maran (UK) Limited and the potential implications for the entire industry regarding ongoing liability in relation to ship recycling.
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The Royal Decree-Law 23/2020, which approves measures in the field of energy and other areas for economic recovery entered into force on 25 June 2020. This article provides an analysis of the changes introduced and their effect on renewable energy projects.
A seabed lease agreement for the project has now been signed with the Crown Estate, following the authority’s call for extension applications from 2017, which resulted in seven projects being approved.