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.
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.
We work for clients across the globe including: ScottishPower, SUI SouthernGas, Essar, Yingli, Babcock, Horizon Nuclear, Vensys Turbines, Atkins, Doosan, United Utilities and Certas Energy.
How do you navigate the key steps in the development of an energy project, particularly in an emerging or challenging market? Download our simple six step guide to check that you have considered all of the key areas.
Africa presents an exciting prospect for investment in renewable energy. Hear the views of investors, developers and manufacturers on the challenges and opportunities for renewable energy in Africa in our report.
DWF is delighted to have been appointed to the Crown Commercial Services framework for 'Wider Public Sector – Legal Services' (RM3788). This means that if you are a public sector organisation and you qualify to use this CCS framework, you can now appoint us through the contract. Find out more and download our prospectuses.
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On the 1st May 2020, the government published its Roadmap to Ease Restrictions and Reopen Ireland's Economy and Society. This sets out five different phases intended to apply between 18th May and 10th August 2020, subject to the virus remaining under control between each phase.
RT @DWF_Law: The findings from our survey of 2000 UK employees reveal more than half are ready to return, providing their employer has take…
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In light of the global pandemic COVID-19, governments around the world are offering financial measures to support businesses. This is intended to ease the impact economically on these countries. Our report covers multiple jurisdictions and the measures introduced in their respective countries.
On Monday, 20 April, oil prices turned negative for the first time in history. This article provides an explanation for the price plummet and an overview of the key considerations.
In light of the rapid spread of COVID-19 and subsequent impact on businesses' supply chains, the Government has issued new guidance advising businesses that they will need to consider how changes to their operating model and fluctuations in demand during the pandemic may lead to new or increased risks of human trafficking or labour exploitation. This article looks at the Government's advice in more detail.
This article covers some of the changes/relaxations made (or anticipated) to the rules on corporate administration and governance that companies can (or will in due course be able to) take advantage of, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
DWF, the global legal business, has been appointed to the BT's new legal panel, following a competitive procurement exercise.
Assessing the key challenges of disrupted construction projects -- force majeure is just one consideration under COVID-19 conditions.
The CMA published a guidance outlining its approach to businesses cooperating during the COVID-19 crisis and explaining what arrangements could be legal under competition law during the crisis.
Our international energy team comprises of more than 100 specialists across four continents. It draws together our in-depth knowledge and experience of the sector to deliver excellent legal advice in a commercial context.