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Against a backdrop of geopolitical, technological and regulatory disruption, we help market players across the energy sector to adapt and thrive. From conventional power to low carbon and renewables, our deep experience of all facets of the energy sector provides a point of certainty in a time of change.
Paul Rice, head of the Energy sector at Pinsent Masons, discusses some of the common themes across the markets in which our energy clients operate.
Our advisers act on domestic and international projects of all shapes and sizes, working with many of the leading names across this diverse sector. Browse our experience below, or use the filters to look-up recent work in particular geographies and legal disciplines.
Bob is Global Head of Oil and Gas within our firm and has a substantial reputation on a global basis as a leader in his field.
Rechtsanwalt, Partner, Head of Office, Düsseldorf
Thorsten is head of the German Energy Practice of Pinsent Masons.
Graham is a specialist in delivering infrastructure and energy projects. He leads the nuclear business at the firm.
Ian is an energy project specialist and has extensive experience of acting for developers, utilities, stakeholders, senior lenders and international investors in the renewables and clean energy sectors across the United Kingdom and Ireland advising on joint ventures, project acquisitions and development, fund raising and project construction, procurement and financing (onshore and offshore wind, solar, EfW, biomass, storage AD, wave and tidal technologies).
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Pinsent Masons has won the Energy & Infrastructure Team of the Year award for its work for TfL in securing consent for the £1bn Silvertown Tunnel in East London.
International law firm Pinsent Masons is advising Yorkshire based Premier Technical Services Group plc on its recommended acquisition by an entity set up by the Australian investment group Macquarie.
HMRC’s tax investigations into large businesses are now taking more than three and a half years to settle, reaching a record 43 months in 2018/19*, up 10% from 39 months in 2017/18, says Pinsent Masons the international law firm.