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        Energy

        The energy sector continues to change rapidly and is subject to an unprecedented range of challenges, making specialist legal advice essential. 

        "The team is exceptional and very responsive to queries and needs." "Accurate in assessment and displaying good tactical awareness."
        – Chambers and Partners (Asia Pacific), 2017

        Advances in technology continue to drive the renewables sector, nuclear is facing wide-scale new build and decommissioning challenges, while legislation and funding present a diverse range of problems and opportunities. To add to that, concerns over energy supply policy and uncertain environmental, social and political conditions particularly in sectors such as oil and gas, mean that the risk of accidents and pollution are significant.

        Our international energy law team contains experts across all areas of energy, from renewables and nuclear to utilities, oil and gas and conventional power generation. From the conversion waste to energy, to the implementation of blockchain projects in the energy sector, DWF has the sector specialists to advice you on the new and emerging challenges of energy regulation law that your business faces. 

         

        We are able to support projects from feasibility to disposal including:

        • consenting
        • procurement
        • financing
        • construction
        • commissioning
        • generation
        • transmission
        • distribution
        • storage
        • supply of energy
        The energy team is committed to service excellence and the delivery of commercially relevant results and outcomes. Whatever your project, we use our legal knowledge to save you time and money and to reduce risk.

        Babita Ambekar

        • Partner // Head of India Practice

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