Whether your organisation is involved in the electricity, natural gas, oil, or renewable energy sector or investments in energy infrastructure development projects, privatisation and the opening up of the energy markets have driven many significant opportunities over the last decade or so. Upcoming developments in Emerging Europe and Central Asia promise many more.
Kinstellar’s well-established and constantly growing dedicated energy practice has been involved in much of this high-profile activity, including several of the largest and most complex transactions in the region's energy sector to date.
Our team has more than 15 years’ experience in acting for major power plants, multinational energy holding companies, energy traders, sponsors, project companies and consortia, lenders, governments, contractors, suppliers and off-takers. This balanced perspective based on a broad client base means that we are able to anticipate issues and problems and find constructive solutions.
We are engaged in a wide range of mandates throughout the region, typically including:
- major energy infrastructure developments, including large power plant projects
- energy project finance
- long and short term energy trading contracts
- energy regulatory issues
- CO2 trading related issues, including CO2 management agreements
- renewable and alternative energy sources
- private and public energy M&A
Kinstellar’s Energy Practice is involved on a day-to-day basis in reviewing and monitoring the developments of both local and EU legislative changes relating to the energy sector. This specialist expertise, together with local knowledge and international experience, enables us to provide clients with the highest level of service.