Allen & Overy's Energy team provides full-service advice on power and utilities, transmission and distribution, oil & gas and climate change on the entire lifecycle of these assets.
The team has specialists in areas such as corporate, M&A, finance, regulatory, environmental, antitrust, tax and planning law. In national and international matters, as well as projects, our lawyers draw on wide-ranging knowledge.
Our integrated and cross-border teams give fast and target-oriented support to clients worldwide.
News & insights
Publications: 02 APRIL 2020
On 18 February 2020, the Government introduced a new legal framework on the limited concessions scheme (LCS) in the infrastructure sector. The new rule is Presidential Regulation No. 32 of 2020 on Financing of Infrastructure through Limited Right of Utilisation (Reg 32).Read more
News: 25 MARCH 2020
Allen & Overy LLP has appointed Jean Lee as managing partner of the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Jean has spent eight years at A&O in roles both in the U.S. and in Seoul, South Korea, where she helped establish the firm’s office.Read more
Publications: 25 FEBRUARY 2020
Parties to an unincorporated oil and gas joint venture were free to act in their individual best interests in deciding whether to discharge another party from its operator role. No duty of good faith or rationality applied: (1) Taqa Bratani Ltd; (2) Taqa Bratani LNS Ltd; (3) JX Nippon Exploration and Production (UK) Ltd; and (4) Spirit Energy Resources Ltd v Rockrose UKCS8 LLC  EWHC 58 (Comm).Read more
News: 06 FEBRUARY 2020
Allen & Overy advised The Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP), a multilateral development financial institution, on two facilities for an aggregate value of USD250m to Sonatrach Petroleum Investment Corporation (SPIC), a subsidiary of Sonatrach S.p.A., the Algerian state-owned national oil company.Read more
Clients highlight the team's ability to drive deals and maintain a good atmosphere in complex situations. "They did a fantastic job to calm the waves at times, to keep their nerve and to see to it that the transaction worked."
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Our Energy and Infrastructure practice in Germany
Our team provides legal solutions for all advice needed on any investment and activity across supply and transport infrastructure. Our expertise and strong global network enables us to advise on both domestic and cross-border deals.