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Power & Gas

Energy-related, commercial and cost effective advice is what our clients expect, and what we deliver.

Our client list includes leading international utilities, renewable energy developers, landowners, technology providers, construction companies, and debt and private equity funders.

Emissions legislation, working alongside tough renewables and carbon reduction targets, has shaped a radically different generation mix.

Recent fluctuations in oil and gas prices and the influence of shale gas developments in particular in the United States, continually remind us that those who ignore global trends and developments do so at their peril.

We understand all of these dynamics.

Our work reflects this diversity - from advising on the development, construction and operation of power plant projects, through to the operation of electricity interconnectors to continental Europe and the contractual and regulatory regime governing the importation of liquefied natural gas.

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Brexit-energy-insights

Read our latest insights report for an in-depth look at how Brexit will impact the energy sector, a prediction of the key discussion points for the negotiators, and the changes we expect to see as the UK adapts its domestic energy policy agenda to align with a post-Brexit world.  

 

Latest Energy News

02 June 2017
Shakespeare Martineau LLP has recently advised Renewable Energy Systems Limited (RES) read

05 April 2017
Shakespeare Martineau acted for Western Riverside Waste Authority (WRWA) on the £520m refinancing of Cory Riverside’s Energy from Waste (EfW) facility in Belvedere, East London, the largest operating EfW facility in the UK. read

04 April 2017
We are pleased to invite you to the Albanian Green Energy Forum which is taking place on 27 April 2017 at the Grange City Hotel in London. read

Meet the Team

We’re passionate about providing the right solutions and driven to make a positive difference in everything we do.

"This is exactly why we like to work with people who understand the industry and can identify potential issues and create solutions."

Jon Saltinstall, Senior HealthCare Banking Consultant, Lloyds Bank