Our oil and gas expertise spans onshore petroleum licences, planning permission for extraction, landtake and compulsory acquisitions of land, environmental permissions and consents, onshore operating agreements, construction works around the world, EPC and EPCM arrangements and contracts, regulatory issues (including health and safety), insurance arrangements for oil and gas installations and their construction, decommissioning and disposal of installations, transportation agreements, contamination claims, storage agreements and arrangements, refining, marketing and fuel supply arrangements, and dispute resolution.
With endless, complex arrangements for trading, insurance and risk, as well as the possibilities of an accident or pollution event, the oil and gas industry requires a talented, approachable team.
Our sector specialists are industry experts, drawn from in-house and City roles. Combining industry knowledge with a proven track record for reducing client risk and providing decisive, innovative legal solutions.
International legal business DWF has advised leading securities firm Cenkos Securities plc (Cenkos) in their capacity as a broker to UK Oil & Gas Investments plc (UKOG), a dynamic and innovative British oil and gas company listed on AIM on a secondary fundraise of £6.5million effected via placing of new shares.
Date: 17 March 2017
After the latest CfD allocations Christian Hellmund takes a look at the future for UK renewable offshore technologies, in this article for Energy, Oil and Gas Magazine.
Legal Business DWF (France) AARPI has advised France-based international company Rubis, which specialises in the storage, distribution and sale of industrial liquid on the acquisition of the 50% remaining equity stake in Delta Rubis, a Turkish company operating a 650 000 cbm fuel storage facility located in Ceyhan, on the southeast coast of Turkey.
The UK referendum result at the end of June has opened a window for changes to UK law including environmental legislation. But, as has been widely reported, until the formal mechanism from withdrawing is triggered the UK is still part of the EU and as a member is subject to exactly the same rights and obligations.
In this article, we assess the trends in the period since the implementation of the new Health and Safety Sentencing Guidelines and how companies can better manage their corporate risk.
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.