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Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, has strengthened its Energy practice with the promotion of Maksym Sysoiev to partner.
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.
Propelled by new technologies, policies and globalization, the US energy sector is changing like never before. Indeed, the global market for energy storage is likely to grow 33-fold over the next 10 years, and while state and federal policymakers continue to debate the future of distributed electricity generation, a liquidity crisis may emerge from the low oil and natural gas prices pushed by shale oil, deep water oil and oil sand production.
Maksym Sysoiev, a partner in Dentons’ Kyiv office, was elected as Co-Chair of the Chamber Energy Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce (ACC) in Ukraine for 2021. This is the second year in a row that he has been elected to this position.
Dentons acted as Ukrainian legal counsel to the European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET) and provided a legal opinion on the enforceability of the EFET General Agreement concerning the delivery and acceptance of natural gas and its collateral arrangements.
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.