As a growing number of entities announce ambitious individual targets for carbon emission reductions to net zero, carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) projects and technologies are gaining investments globally.
King & Spalding has a team dedicated to CCUS projects and represents numerous clients developing innovative CCUS projects, including a direct air capture project, CCUS for power plants, CCUS for LNG, the first CCUS project to be financed using Section 45Q tax credits, and previously, the largest CCUS project in the world. Our CCUS team provides unparalleled legal services throughout the entire CCUS chain, including all phases of development and operation, such as real estate, construction, commercial, intellectual property, regulatory, environmental, finance, tax and DOE loan guarantees and advice.
We are deeply involved in our clients’ efforts to decarbonize fuels and we counsel energy companies, lenders, and private equity funds in the diversification of their assets and portfolios, including acquiring or investing in the renewables/alternative investment space, or divesting traditional energy assets. We anticipate and identify potential issues to mitigate risks, including potential disputes at all levels, as local, national, and global markets continue to evolve and jurisdictions around the globe build out their regulatory frameworks.
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Adam Hankiss comments on the Occidental-White Energy project
Chambers Global, 2021
Law360: 2021, 2020, 2018
Law360, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017
IFLR1000 US Award, 2020
Chambers Middle East Awards, 2021
Legal 500, 2021
Petroleum Economist, 2016 and 2014
Legal500 US, 2021