With more than 250 dedicated energy lawyers located in the world’s primary energy centers, our energy practice combines deep sector knowledge and experience with a highly commercial approach to help clients enter new markets, advance innovative projects and transactions, navigate challenging regulatory environments and find favorable paths through high-stakes disputes.
Our energy practice is defined by two chief characteristics: 1) our deep vertical expertise in the industry segments in which we work, and 2) our one-firm collaborative service ethic. We bring to our clients' matters our best expertise every time...
Oil & Gas
Our oil & gas clients turn to us for our knowledge of the commercial complexities of the industry and experience at every stage of the value chain. We draw on our long-time leadership in this field to provide counsel spanning all its major sectors:
Our clients include the world’s major oil and gas companies, large and small independents, refiners and petrochemical companies, international service and equipment companies, project contractors and sponsors, and financial institutions – many of which have been turning to our team for decades.
With our broad domestic and international experience and deep bench of power industry specialists, we advise on critical legal, regulatory and commercial matters for power clients from project origination to financial close and beyond.
Our clients include start-ups, major power producers, multinational lenders, Export Credit Agencies, sponsors, investors, hedge funds, private equity funds and their portfolio companies across all major power sectors:
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November 11, 2019
Energy Newsletter - November 2019
November 8, 2019
EPA Repeals WOTUS Rule
Petroleum Economist, 2014 and 2016
Legal 500 US, 2016
Chambers Asia Pacific, 2017
November 4, 2019
Oil and Gas Investor Names Susan Berry to its “Forty Under 40” List