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CMS Albiñana & Suárez de Lezo has advised on virtually all of the largest domestic and international energy transactions of recent years, and is the leading law firm in the electricity and renewable energy sectors in Spain.  

Our specialist energy team comprises regulatory, dispute resolution and corporate law experts who are able to provide comprehensive advice both locally and internationally on all types of transactions and activities in the energy sector, as well as on matters subject to litigation. We have been involved in the key proceedings relating to regulatory amendments in the electricity sector over recent years, as well as some of the most significant corporate transactions in this field. 

The strategic importance and complexity of the energy sector require constant contact with energy companies and regulatory authorities based on sound knowledge of the market. We provide a proactive service which anticipates problems and offers solutions tailored to our clients’ specific needs. 

Our energy team spans 42 countries and provides advice in all areas of the energy sector, including petroleum, gas and electricity at all stages (generation, networks, wholesale and retail markets and nuclear and renewable energy).

Over the last 25 years, our experts have helped shape the sector by creating the legal framework upon which the majority of markets are based.

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21/11/2018
CMS ad­vises Inypsa on the sale of vari­ous photo­vol­ta­ic...
Deal Alert | Novem­ber 2018
22/11/2018
New re­port | Con­nec­ted Fu­ture: in­vest­ment op­por­tun­it­ies in the rad­ic­ally...
Tech­no­logy-driv­en trans­form­a­tions are not only dis­rupt­ing our every­day lives, but are also rad­ic­ally trans­form­ing the in­fra­struc­ture sec­tor. On the one hand, in­nov­a­tion is driv­ing an up­grade of ex­ist­ing in­fra­struc­ture, such as di­git­al; on the oth­er hand, it.
31/08/2015
CMS pub­lishes com­pre­hens­ive European elec­tri­city guide
19/11/2018
Oil and Gas: Pro­tect­ing LNG pro­ject and feed-gas sup­ply from State...
A re­cent award rendered by a tribunal act­ing un­der the aus­pices of IC­SID, the World Bank’s ar­bit­ra­tion in­sti­tu­tion, in Uni­on Fen­osa Gas S. A. v Ar­ab Re­pub­lic of Egypt, provides fur­ther guid­ance for com­pan­ies in the en­ergy sec­tor to en­sure that se­lec­ted con­tract­ing.
Luis Miguel de Dios
26/07/2013
Up­date: Ger­man Desk 2013 - Ju­ly 2013
30/10/2018
Car­riage ban on mar­ine fuels with sul­phur con­tent above 0.50% form­ally...
On 26 Oc­to­ber 2018, dur­ing its 73rd ses­sion on 22 - 26 Oc­to­ber, the Mar­ine En­vir­on­ment Pro­tec­tion Com­mit­tee (‘MEPC73’) of the In­ter­na­tion­al Mari­time Or­gan­iz­a­tion (the ‘IMO’) form­ally ad­op­ted the car­riage ban on mar­ine fuels with sul­phur con­tent above 0.
11/07/2012
Reg­u­lated Sec­tors Alert Ju­ly 2012 - The Su­preme Court...
12/10/2018
Dutch ju­di­ciary com­pre­hens­ively re­jects gov­ern­ment’s cli­mate change...
On 9th Oc­to­ber 2018, The Hag­ue Court of Ap­peal handed down its judg­ment in a long run­ning ap­peal brought by the Dutch gov­ern­ment against a judg­ment (dated 24th June 2015) of The Hag­ue Dis­trict Court. The earli­er judg­ment be­came fam­ous across the world, be­cause.
10/05/2012
Reg­u­lated Sec­tors Alert May 2012 – Se­lect re­forms in­tro­duced...
01/10/2018
Dutch court al­lows Se­cur­it­ies claims against Brazili­an Pet­ro­bras and...
On 1 Septem­ber 2018, a Rot­ter­dam court al­lowed a Dutch claim vehicle to sue the Brazili­an com­pany Pet­ro­bras, its Board of Ex­ec­ut­ive Of­ficers and its Dutch sub­si­di­ar­ies Pet­ro­bras Glob­al Fin­ance (PGF), Pet­ro­bras Oil and Gas (POG) and Pet­ro­bras In­ter­na­tion­al Bras­petro.
30/03/2012
Alert Reg­u­lated Sec­tors March 2012 - Brief memo on...
25/09/2018
In the Af­ter­math of Achmea – Does Vat­ten­fall En­sure the Fu­ture for...
On 6 March 2018, the EU Court of Justice (CJEU) held in its Achmea rul­ing that dis­pute set­tle­ment pro­vi­sions provid­ing for ar­bit­ra­tion in in­tra-EU bi­lat­er­al in­vest­ment treat­ies (BITs) are in­com­pat­ible with EU law.