We cover the full spectrum of Energy work, including mergers and acquisitions, financing, dispute resolution, project development, construction, operation and maintenance, competition and regulatory, tax, commercial and trading contracts, general commercial and corporate advice.
Our dedicated energy team offers advice on matters relating to a range of sectors including:
- oil and gas - upstream, midstream, downstream and LNG
- power and renewables - power generation (including nuclear) and distribution, grid infrastructure, emissions & energy trading and wind, solar, biomass & tidal energy
We are renowned for our strong Sectoral Regulation practice where we have a strong track record of advising governments and private sector clients on matters such as legislative changes, price control, procurement and other aspects of regulatory strategy.
Our key experience includes advising:
innogy SE on all English law aspects of the merger of Npower with SSE’s domestic retail operations in Great Britain
INEOS PLC on its acquisition of the entire oil and gas business of Ørsted Energy A/S
Centrica on the formation of a joint venture, Spirit Energy, between Centrica’s E&P business and Bayerngas. The combination creates one of Europe’s leading independent E&P companies, operating in Norway, the UK, Denmark and the Netherlands
Premier Oil plc on the successful restructuring of its US$3.8 billion debt facilities
Kosmos Energy Ltd on its strategic partnership with BP in Mauritania and Senegal
John Wood Group PLC on its recommended all-share offer for Amec Foster Wheeler plc
Ørsted on its disposal of a 50% interest in the Walney Extension offshore wind farm
UK Green Investment Bank plc as part of its sale by the Government to the Macquarie Group
Drax Group plc on the acquisition of Opus Energy Group Limited
Maersk Oil on competition and energy law aspects of Total S.A.’s acquisition of Maersk Oil from AP Moller Maersk for $8.1 billion
The Egyptian Refinery Company on the financing of Mostorod Oil Refinery Project, which is the largest ever project financing in Africa, comprising US$2.6 billion in debt and a further US$1.1 billion in equity
AES Solar, one of the leading European solar photovoltaic energy producers, on a new secured revolving loan facility
Attarat Power Company and the project sponsors on the construction and project financing of a 554MW gross oil shale fired mine mouth power station and open cast oil shale mine in Jordan. This project was the first to commercially utilise Jordan’s oil shale reserves.