Skip to content
Oil rig
Oil rig

Oil and Gas

Oil and gas continues to be central to the energy supply chain

The growing demand for oil and gas in developing countries has ensured prices, although volatile, remain high. These prices ensure continuous activity and investment in this sector across the supply chain.

Allen & Overy's market leading Oil & Gas practice advises governments and NOCs (National Oil Companies), IOCs (International Oil Companies), Independent Oil and Gas Companies, and funders (debt and equity) on all aspects of the supply chain. We cover upstream (exploration and production), midstream (storage and transportation), downstream (fuels and lubricants, marketing and refining, retail and chemicals) and LNG.

Our integrated practice advises on project development, M&A (public and private), funding (equity, debt and Islamic financing), energy and emissions trading and litigation. All transactions are supported by our market leading experts in taxation, antitrust, regulatory, environment and employment, to name but a few.

News & insights

Glass

News: 21 SEPTEMBER 2021

A&O launches English law webinar series for Turkey, Russia and CIS

English law in a local market context

Read more
hydrogen drop

Publications: 02 JULY 2021

Clean hydrogen in Europe: The only way forward is together

Clean hydrogen is a central piece of Europe’s Green Deal goal of reaching climate neutrality. 

Read more
hydrogen strategy

Publications: 19 JANUARY 2021

Hydrogen Strategy – German Parliament passes law on material exemption from electricity surcharges

On 10 June of 2020, the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy released its National Hydrogen Strategy (Nationale Wasserstoffstrategie)  (German Hydrogen Strategy) as a part of the Covid-19…

Read more
Allen & Overy graphic

Publications: 24 NOVEMBER 2020

Covid-19 coronavirus and global employment law: Managing your workforce throughout the pandemic – part 3

In the third in our series of webinars, members of Allen & Overy’s Global Employment team discussed the significant issues and challenges that employers need to prioritise in relation to managing and…

Read more