Energy and Natural Resources

The energy and natural resource (ENR) business is self-motivated, varied, and worldwide in range. Businesses in this division require first class and inspired legal solutions. Our partners who deal with ENR at Construction Project are instructed to work alongside with big energy businesses, natural resource developers, financial institutions, investment funds, and governments and their agencies.

If you have a difficult business deal, an energy project to finance, natural resource to build, regulation to steer, a contentious dispute to decide, or intellectual property to guard or supervise, our partners will work as part of your group to resolve your hardest legal matters. Our partners acknowledge that markets, technology, and regulation are a key component in the ENR segment.

Our association of energy partners work in every jurisdiction worldwide. Our partners also act both locally in their jurisdiction. Our partners use their understanding of local markets and our expertise with worldwide most excellent practices to transport you no-nonsense solutions that can be implemented where on earth your industry takes you.

Our partners work in all sectors of the trade, including upstream exploration and production; oil and natural gas pipelines (both domestic and cross border); liquefied natural gas (LNG), gasification, gas storage, trading, and distribution; and crude oil refining and trading.

Our partners are also assisting with major power and utility companies and other stakeholders in the electricity space, including financial institutions, lenders, and investment funds. They work with clients like you in the conventional, renewable, and nuclear sectors on all aspects of their business including solar power, hydro-electric power, geothermal energy and more.

Our partners also assist mining, both in terms of operations and outbound investment. They bring clients innovative solutions linked to mineral development, water projects, clean water, and natural resources sales and trading.

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