Energy, infrastructure and resources

With a combined team of over 1,500 lawyers across all practice areas, we are one of the largest and most prolific energy, infrastructure and natural resources teams of any law firm in the world.

The partners are very knowledgeable and understand our requirements. They are commercially savvy but also practical in finding solutions.” Chambers Global, 2021

We are committed to supporting our clients in every aspect of their business. Major multinational corporates, commercial banks, funds, developers, investors, governmental bodies and multilaterals rely on our innovative approach, unprecedented legal capability and experience. Throughout the lifecycle of a project, an M&A transaction, a financing or a dispute, we can help navigate complex circumstances while sticking to challenging deadlines and ensuring adherence to government and regulatory standards, domestically and abroad.

Our energy, infrastructure and natural resources lawyers have been at the heart of many of the world’s leading energy and infrastructure projects, including innovative and first-to-market transactions across a variety of sectors including oil and gas, LNG, nuclear, mining, power and utilities, renewables, water, roads, ports and terminals, commodities, construction and engineering, rail and food and agribusiness.

Our areas of work include

  • Antitrust and competition, including merger control
  • Banking and finance, including acquisition finance and corporate lending; structured trade and commodity finance; and sustainable finance 
  • Bankruptcy, financial restructuring and insolvency, including cross-border insolvencies 
  • Climate change and sustainability, including environmental law; and ESG 
  • Corporate, M&A and securities, including corporate governance; franchising; insurance; and private equity and venture capital 
  • Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity, including risk advisory; and technology
  • Employment and labour, including health and safety law; and immigration 
  • Intellectual property, including patents; trade secrets; and trademarks and brands 
  • Litigation and disputes, including class actions; construction and engineering; international arbitration and ADR; product liability; and professional negligence
  • Projects, including agency and debt financing; energy and infrastructure M&A; Public-Private Partnerships (PPP); and workouts and restructurings 
  • Regulation and investigations, including government relations and public policy; sanctions and export controls; and WTO and international trade
  • Tax 

Awards and accolades

  • Chambers Canada, Nationwide: Agribusiness: Agriculture and Food Products (Band 1), Chambers and Partners, 2022
  • Chambers Canada, Nationwide: Energy: Oil and Gas, Chambers and Partners, 2022
  • Chambers Canada, Nationwide: Energy: Power, Chambers and Partners, 2022
  • Chambers Canada, Nationwide: Projects: PPP and Infrastructure, Chambers and Partners, 2022
  • Chambers Global, Canada: Energy: Oil and Gas, Chambers and Partners, 2021
  • Chambers Global, Canada: Energy: Power, Chambers and Partners, 2021
  • Chambers Global, Canada: Energy Sector (International & Cross-border), Chambers and Partners, 2021
  • Chambers Global, Canada: Projects: PPP and Infrastructure, Chambers and Partners, 2021
  • IFLR 1000 Canada, Project Development, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, 2022
  • IFLR 1000 Canada, Project Finance, Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, 2022
  • Legal 500 Canada, Energy and Natural Resources: Mining, The Legal 500, 2021
  • Legal 500, Canada: Energy and Natural Resources: Oil and Gas, The Legal 500, 2021
  • Legal 500, Canada: Energy and Natural Resources: Power, The Legal 500, 2021
  • Legal 500 Canada, Infrastructure and Projects, The Legal 500, 2021

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Intellectual property

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