When developing an energy project, you need to secure the myriad of required approvals efficiently and on time. At Dentons, we understand your industry, its objectives and challenges. Our legal team will work with you every step of the way to develop and deliver projects on time and on budget.
Energy clients look to Dentons to assist with the approval process because we have the expertise to navigate skillfully and successfully through layers of regulators and governments to deliver required approvals on time. Dentons is particularly well-versed in meeting the requirements of stakeholder consultations and addressing environmental concerns. We know how to partner with regulators to give them the information they need about project planning and operational details. We help you keep your project on schedule.
From concept to planning to startup to execution and closing, Dentons offers practical options and alternatives to get you the approvals you need, when you need them. We are a key partner: we make sure you address all governmental and regulatory requirements in a proper, timely manner throughout the approval process.
Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, has strengthened its Energy practice with the promotion of Maksym Sysoiev to partner.
The global energy sector is undergoing a dramatic transformation. New technologies and new regulations in nearly every subsector are straining yesterday's business models. Foundational elements throughout the industry, including energy transfer and storage, have seen massive disruption. At the same time, price fluctuations, volatile consumer demand and cyber and physical security concerns continue to add to an unpredictable future.
From cyber threats to natural disasters, energy companies deal with a significant amount of risk each day. How each anticipates, plans for and mitigates those risks provides a window into a company's future success or failure.
With unprecedented change underway in the energy sector, Dentons and Navigant recently gathered energy sector experts, observers and analysts from around the world to share their thoughts on current energy trends.
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Five legal and consulting firms, active in the green energy market in Ukraine - Dentons, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, Everlegal, Baker Tilly, and IKNET - have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation to create an open online platform for green projects, GetMarket. The GetMarket platform is already running in beta, with the full launch scheduled for the autumn of 2019.
Dentons announced today that it will open an office in Houston, underscoring the Firm’s commitment to serving energy clients in the US and worldwide. The Firm currently represents the world's most significant energy companies in all aspects of their business and in all major energy producing, refining, transport and utilization markets. The new office, Dentons’ 16th US location and 79th globally, builds on the recent combination of Fraser Milner Casgrain, Salans and SNR Denton, leveraging the Firm’s worldwide presence across the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Middle East, Central Asia and Africa to serve more than 400 existing clients in Houston.