With the worldwide population expected to hit 9 billion by 2040 and urbanisation rates projected to be 63% in the same time frame, global energy demand is set to grow.
Remaining agile is key for this sector and the need to rethink strategy, optimise efficiencies across the value chain and strengthen balance sheets is gathering pace as complex regulatory environments, geopolitical risk, disputes and market disruption increase.
We work with clients across the energy lifecycle on some of the world’s largest and most high profile projects and disputes. Our sector expertise rooted in a deep understanding of the complexities and implications of global trends the sector is facing.
Wherever your project or head office is located, we can assemble and deploy a bespoke team drawing on both global expertise and local experience to ensure you meet your commercial objectives.
EDF SA, EDF Energy and NNB Generation Company Limited (a subsidiary of EDF)
Advising on the development of new nuclear generating stations in the UK, including planning, real estate, the income support mechanism, financing, corporate, regulatory and construction and on its four joint ventures for nuclear new build with a Chinese consortium led by China Guandong Nuclear (CGN)
Nord Stream 2 AG
Advising Nord Stream 2 AG, the project company (100% owned by Gazprom) on the gas transportation agreement and financing aspects of the €9.9 billion Nord Stream II sub-sea gas pipeline running between Russia and Germany via the Baltic Sea (through Russia, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and German territorial waters)
Advising on the sale of its conventional upstream oil & gas business Lattice Energy to Beach Energy for $1.585 billion. Lattice's assets comprise a portfolio of conventional upstream assets in Australia and New Zealand, including interests in the Otway, BassGas, HBWS, Kupe, Cooper Basin and Perth Basin gas projects
Advising on the acquisition of interests in the Race Bank and the Galloper wind farm projects
Advising on the project finance and commercial aspects of its US$7 billion oil and gas project in Ghana with ENI supplying gas for power generation, reportedly the largest single project Foreign Direct Investment inflow to Ghana since Independence