Conference | 15 November 2022 | 09:00 - 17:00 |  Pan Pacific London |  #RUKLegal22

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Clyde & Co

The Clyde & Co energy group is renowned for advising clients across the power & renewables sector worldwide. We assist a broad variety of clients throughout the entire lifecycle of these projects, from planning, financing, procurement, design, construction, operation and maintenance through to corporate, commercial and construction related disputes. Our team understands the pressures and challenges that developing complex renewables projects entails and continually strives to leverage our global capabilities with local insight to deliver the highest level of industry knowledge and technical expertise. We are recognised as leaders in the power & renewables industry through our active involvement in both traditional and innovative projects and contractual arrangements.

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HFW's construction team has worked on some of the most technically complex projects, advising on both disputes and transactional matters, across the spectrum of renewable energy technologies, including hydro, nuclear, solar, onshore and offshore wind, energy-from-waste and biomass.
We have advised on the world's largest offshore wind farms by turbine count and size, as well as on new technology projects such as suction bucket jacket foundations and 66kV cabling. The depth of our experience extends to advising on 70% of the UK's offshore wind farms, and globally on projects in Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, France, Germany, Taiwan, USA and Australia.

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Shepherd & Wedderburn

Shepherd and Wedderburn’s number one ranked clean energy team has been at the forefront of the renewable energy sector for over 30 years. Our 90+ strong team of specialists delivers innovative, commercial, multi-disciplinary legal advice across the full spectrum of technologies and has advised on landmark and “first in kind” projects across the UK and overseas. Our lawyers understand the industry from a variety of perspectives, working in partnership with developers, utilities, funders and investors, technology innovators and providers, the wider supply chain, industry bodies and research organisations. We work hard to stay close to the issues facing the sector and our relationships enable us to deliver a service which is based on trust and excellence.


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Twenty Essex

A leading commercial set of chambers, the barristers of Twenty Essex offer outstanding legal minds combined with a modern and commercial disputes experience. The set has capability in heavyweight litigation and arbitrations across the full spectrum of energy disputes. Prominent areas of expertise include in oil and gas disputes, issues in the renewables market and engineering and construction. Members are ideally placed to advise on a range of legal issues due to their breadth of commercial expertise and extensive international law experience. Clients include major global companies, institutions, governments and their advisors from around the world.


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One Essex Court

One Essex Court is a pre-eminent set of London barristers’ chambers right at the very top of the commercial litigation and arbitration market, and is regularly ranked as a top set by both Chambers UK and The Legal 500 in a wide range of practice areas, including for work in the Energy and Natural Resources sector.  Professional clients comprise many of the major litigation and disputes law firms, as well as GC and in-house legal operations at energy companies, both in the UK and internationally.  Our work in this area covers a wide range of sectors and related markets, including renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, bio-fuel and geothermal, as well as water, oil and gas, coal, nuclear and electricity including hydropower.  The expertise available covers contentious and non-contentious work concerning: joint operating agreements; exploration and production sharing agreements; farming agreements; production and exploration licenses; gas processing, transportation and capacity agreements; decommissioning agreements; hydrocarbon allocation and lifting; drilling rig and FPSO hire and operation; emission allowances; carbon credits; as well as waste to energy, biomass fuels, and combined heat and power plants.  As a result, we are able to field a deep bench of market-leading talent at all levels, with cutting edge experience of the most up to date issues affecting the constantly evolving regulation affecting the domestic and international energy markets.

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Quadrant Chambers

Quadrant Chambers’ practice encompasses international disputes in every aspect of the energy industry, with particular expertise in the renewable energy sector, power industry and natural resources.  Members of Chambers are involved in arbitrations in the wind and hydro energy industries, as well as complex LNG, natural gas and oil production disputes proceeding before the major arbitral institutions, in addition to numerous ad hoc arbitrations.  Recommended as a leading set for energy, Legal 500 describe Quadrant as ‘An immediate go-to chambers for energy and natural resources disputes’, and home to ‘a fantastic group of barristers who understand the clients’ needs and work well as a team’.

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Keating Chambers

Keating Chambers is a leading set of commercial barristers’ chambers, with a thriving domestic and international practice. Keating Chambers has specialist advocates with a genuine understanding of the demanding technical and commercial issues that arise in disputes within the energy sector. Our “virtually unrivalled strength in depth” is built upon many years of experience and our barristers are praised in the legal directories for their “practical, hands-on approach”. With a number of our barristers having a dual qualification in engineering, we are well-equipped to handle disputes involving complex technical issues. From our prominent role in construction disputes, we are heavily involved in major energy cases, whether in oil and gas, nuclear power, renewable energy projects and emerging areas such as waste-to-energy plants. We are instructed by high-profile energy companies, the owners and operators of oil, gas, nuclear and renewable energy facilities, corporate investors and contractors in a plethora of high-value disputes.


Media Partners


Core Media Partner

Digital newsletter and real-time news website tracking renewable energy projects from planning to construction and operation. Providing exclusive business information on the offshore wind sector, reNEWS is a must-read for those involved in this industry. Visit our stand or website to sign up for a free two-month trial subscription.

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OGV Energy

OGV Energy is the leading engagement platform for the energy sector, focused on delivering real-time industry news, events and digital media solutions. It is our mission to facilitate improved engagement and communication for the Energy sector through utilising our multiple platforms. Our service offering comprises OGV Energy Magazine and our digital engagement is driven by OGV Energy News, OGV Events, OGV Job board, OGV Radio and with a growing global membership of over 200 companies we help organisations to expand their digital footprint and deliver their corporate messaging to their target audience.  The OGV Energy website and App help deliver energy news to circa 400,000 energy professionals every month.



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AREG is the original energy transition organisation, working on behalf of members to empower the energy supply chain and champion its expertise. With more than 190 diverse members, AREG wants the north-east of Scotland to be a world-leading centre of excellence for the production and use of renewable energy.

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East of England Energy Group (EEEGR)

The East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) was launched on 29 March 2001 as a not-for-profit trade body to represent the energy sector and its supply chain in the East of England. We now have more than 200 member businesses. 

EEEGR’s core programmes and projects are geared towards the sustainable development of the energy industry in the East of England, to help it thrive.

We are committed to the delivery of benefits to our members, including networking opportunities, gaining new business and the development of the regional skill-set, through a comprehensive programme of events and activities.

Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)

Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) is a member-based organisation that represents the entire wind energy sector. The members of GWEC represent over 1,500 companies, organisations and institutions in more than 80 countries, including manufacturers, developers, component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies. See more:

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Business development experts for the energy sector. We work on behalf of our members and partners to put companies of all sizes in touch with the best, most innovative UK supply chain businesses. We are the best route to business in the energy sector.

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Team Humber Marine Alliance

THMA is a dynamic membership organisation – critical to the success of the marine, maritime and offshore sectors in the Humber and beyond.

It is a highly influential, not-for-profit business, focused on revitalising the “Blue Economy” sector and integral to the offshore wind supply chain in the Humber as well as the wider business activities of the Humber ports.

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Scottish Renewables

Scottish Renewables is a member organisation dedicated to strengthening business relationships and securing the best possible environment for the growth of renewable energy in Scotland. Our shared ambition is to harness Scotland’s abundant natural resources to secure a future that will deliver on jobs, investment, energy security and climate.