Author Archives: Heather Lilles

About Heather Lilles

Heather Lilles is an alumni of the U of C Law School, and she was a sole practitioner in Calgary in the areas of oil and gas and general corporate law. She is currently attending the U of C Law School in the thesis based LLM program and expects to complete her degree in early 2017.

Upholding the Lexin Equipment Order – The AER Wins the Battle, But Most Likely Will Lose the War

By: Heather Lilles PDF Version: Upholding the Lexin Equipment Order – The AER Wins the Battle, But Most Likely Will Lose the War Case Commented On: Interim Order and Order Re Equipment (ABQB), Alberta Energy Regulator (applicant) and Lexin Resources Ltd. … Continue reading

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Independent Operations, Holdings and Common Ownership: A Letter Decision of the Alberta Energy Regulator

By: Nigel Bankes and Heather Lilles PDF Version: Independent Operations, Holdings and Common Ownership: A Letter Decision of the Alberta Energy Regulator Decision Commented On: AER, Request for Regulatory Appeal by Westbrick Energy Ltd., Regulatory Appeal No. 1852713, 25 May 2016 … Continue reading

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The Freedom to Contract Your Terms of Business (aka Spread Costs, Consequential Damages, Knock for Knock and Contract Interpretation Principles)

By: Nigel Bankes and Heather Lilles PDF Version: The Freedom to Contract Your Terms of Business (aka Spread Costs, Consequential Damages, Knock for Knock and Contract Interpretation Principles) Case Commented On: Transocean Drilling UK Ltd v Providence Resources Plc [2016] EWCA … Continue reading

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Making Sense of Nonsense? Or Perhaps Not

By: Nigel Bankes and Heather Lilles PDF Version: Making Sense of Nonsense? Or Perhaps Not Case Commented On: Eon Energy Ltd v Ferrybank Resources Ltd, 2016 ABQB 585 (CanLII) What happens when two oil and gas companies enter into a joint … Continue reading

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