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Energy sector – post Brexit transition

01 February 2021 | London and Brussels
Legal Briefings – By Silke Goldberg and Chris Davis

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This article shares our latest commentary on the energy sector, the post Brexit transition, and its impact on the UK and EU energy sectors.

Energy Analysis

See the following new commentary on our Energy Notes blog:

Key TCA issues for the energy sector

Other post transition analysis

Please also see our Beyond Brexit Legal Guide with links to relevant updates from our Beyond Brexit blog.

Webinar – EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement: Initial legal and political analysis – now available on demand

On 7 January 2020, we hosted a webinar with James Palmer, our Chair and Senior Partner, James McBride, Partner at Hanbury Strategy, and colleagues Eric White, senior Consultant at Herbert Smith Freehills' Brussels office, and Paul Butcher, Brexit Director, who provided an early assessment of legal and political implications of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement and how they might affect businesses. During the webinar, we asked our listeners how they think the relationship between the UK and EU on trade would evolve in 6 years' time - 44% of the respondents believed that the relationship would be more restrictive on trade, 35% thought it would remain about the same and 21% saw it becoming less restrictive on trade. The webinar is now available here.

Other analysis

Our Brexit commentary includes:

If you would like to discuss any specific points in relation to the agreement or the impact on the energy sector, please contact your regular Herbert Smith Freehills relationship contacts, Silke Goldberg, or any of our experts listed here. EU and UK guidance is available here.

To keep up to date with the latest energy developments, subscribe to our Energy Notes blog here.

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