Our specialist lawyers provide vigorous advice on all aspects of the energy and supply sector.
Our lawyers have specialist expertise in every major energy segment – including oil, gas, LNG, biofuels and renewables – and are championed for their commercial acumen and strategic thinking.
The energy sector is subject to a complex regulatory framework and any company operating in the sector must know its way around the legislation and guard against potential infringements.
Having worked with scores of international oil and gas providers, as well as state-owned distributors in Serbia and the government itself, our energy and projects lawyers know the issues inside out. Through direct experience, we have developed a range of practical and innovative legal solutions to protect and advance our clients’ interests.
The firm is ranked in Tier 1 by Legal 500 for Projects and Energy, in Tier 1 for Project Development by IFLR1000, and in Band 3 by Chambers and Partners for Projects & Energy.
- Advising the joint-venture between the Government of Republika Srpska and China Shandong International Economic & Technical Cooperation Group on a project to build the 42 km Banja Luka-Prijedor highway. The project entails the development, design, financing, construction, completion, operation and maintenance of the first highway concession project in the Republic of Srpska.
- Advising Gastrans, a joint-venture between Gazprom (Russia’s leading natural gas producer) and Srbijagas (Serbia’s state-owned natural gas supplier) on complex regulatory matters related to the implementation of a project to build a 400km natural gas pipeline through Serbia. Part of the TurkStream project, the interconnector will join up with pipelines in Bulgaria and Hungary to deliver natural gas from Russia to central Europe. We advised the client on all aspects of Serbia’s energy market and the country’s obligations as part of the Energy Community, and represented it in exemption negotiations with the AERS (Energy Agency of the Republic of Serbia). We also advised on capacity allocation and on the Serbian aspects of the FEED agreement, including providing full legal support in drafting the tender.
- Advising China Shandong International on the design and construction of Corridor 11, a motorway connecting Belgrade to the South Adriatic and, by extension, Romania to Serbia to Montenegro and Italy.