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Competition law and access regulation: Glencore's Newcastle Shipping Channel decision
John Hedge and Jessica Rusten discuss how Glencore's Newcastle success opens the channel for further access regulation.
Despite the softening rate of growth in China and other volatile global economic factors, the mining sector is forecast for continued, sustainable growth for the next five years.
Our role as key advisers to many of the world’s largest and most innovative resources groups has seen us structure and execute many of the highest-profile mining deals of recent times, and has placed us at the forefront of developments in this highly-regulated sector.
Clients benefit from our extensive Australian, international and emerging markets mining expertise, our experience of risk mitigation strategies and a proven ability to navigate often untested legal regimes. More recently, our work has taken us to jurisdictions as diverse as India, Mongolia, Brazil and Guinea.
Our leading team advises on the full spectrum of legal issues in the resources sector, from minerals, gas and petroleum exploration, to production and marketing, and covers all related issues as diverse as acquisitions, joint ventures, financing, tax, litigation, and environmental approvals.
For the past eight consecutive years, Chambers Global have ranked Allens among the top ten Mining and Minerals firms in the world, the only Australian-headquartered firm to be included.