Eilidh Douglas

Eilidh Douglas

Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Saltire Court
20 Castle Terrace
Edinburgh
EH1 2EN
United Kingdom
Languages English, French

Eilidh is an Associate in the Infrastructure, Construction and Energy Disputes Group.

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Education

  • 2014 – Diploma in Professional Legal Practice, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh
  • 2013 – LL.B with First Class Honours, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh
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07/02/2019
Gassled in the Su­preme Court: un­res­tric­ted re­turns – a hu­man right...
The Su­preme Court of Nor­way has up­held the valid­ity of re­duced tar­iffs for the trans­port­a­tion of gas and con­firmed the state’s wide dis­cre­tion in ex­er­cising its reg­u­lat­ory au­thor­ity. The Court’s de­cision is sum­mar­ised in our pre­vi­ous Law Now (avail­able here).
11/01/2019
Gassled in the Su­preme Court: par­al­lels (and cau­tion­ary tales?) in...
The Su­preme Court of Nor­way has con­firmed the State’s wide dis­cre­tion in ex­er­cising its reg­u­lat­ory au­thor­ity and up­held the valid­ity of the Nor­we­gi­an reg­u­lat­or’s de­cision to re­duce tar­iffs for the trans­port­a­tion of gas.
05/12/2018
Gassled: Nor­we­gi­an Su­preme Court up­holds gov­ern­ment's right to amend...
The long-run­ning ‘Gassled’ saga has reached the Su­preme Court of Nor­way: the court dis­missed the ap­peal by four com­pan­ies with an in­terest in Gassled, the own­er of the sys­tem of pipelines that trans­ports gas from the North Sea and Nor­we­gi­an Sea to Nor­way, the.
14/03/2018
Oil and Gas: Are you in con­trol? Par­ent com­pany li­ab­il­ity in Ogale...
The re­cent Court of Ap­peal de­cision in Ogale Com­munity & Ors v Roy­al Dutch Shell Plc (“RDS”) and Shell Pet­ro­leum De­vel­op­ment Com­pany of Ni­ger­ia Ltd (“SP­DC”) [2018] EW­CA Civ 191 has con­firmed that a claim against an Eng­lish-dom­i­ciled par­ent of a for­eign oil.
14/12/2017
Memor­andum of (mis) un­der­stand­ing: pit­falls of a sub­sequent agree­ment...
Where prob­lems arise in oil and gas con­tracts, it is not un­com­mon for the parties to seek to ad­dress those prob­lems arising un­der the ori­gin­al con­tract with a sub­sequent, modi­fy­ing agree­ment. The Tech­no­logy and Con­struc­tion Court in HSM Off­shore BV v Aker Off­shore.