Tag: Energy law

Phil Tunley Receiving an “Energy Bear” at the 2019 Energy Law Forum

Phil Tunley is honoured to be receiving an “Energy Bear” at the 2019 Energy Law Forum to be held in Lake Louise, Alberta on May 8-9. The ELF is the premiere specialized national conference for Canadian energy law practitioners and policymakers. The “Energy Bear” is given by the conference organizers every year to recognize two […]
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Ontario Court of Appeal Affirms Cost-Sharing Mechanism Developed by the Ontario Energy Board

The decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal in Union Gas Limited v. Township of Norwich, in which Phil Tunley acted on behalf of the Ontario Energy Board as an intervenor, gives effect to a cost-sharing mechanism developed by the Board in its 1986 Report and Model Franchise Agreement, to allocate costs of gas pipeline […]
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Phil Tunley Contributes Chapter to “The Guide to Energy Market Manipulation”

Phil Tunley contributes to The Guide to Energy Market Manipulation. His chapter, “The Use of Expert Evidence”, provides an overview of the decision in Re Market Surveillance Administrator involving allegations against TransAlta Corporation, Canada’s first energy market manipulation case. The chapter provides a review of recent court cases, both as an essential primer on the […]
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Phil Tunley Successful in Resisting Motion for Leave to Appeal from a Decision of the Ontario Energy Board

Today the Ontario Court of Appeal dismissed a motion by various telecommunications carriers for leave to appeal a decision of the Ontario Energy Board setting a rate to be changed for attachment of telecommunications cables to electricity distribution poles owned by Hydro One Inc.  The decision is the latest in a series of decisions of […]
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