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Energy & Climate Change

The energy sector is in transition and requires cross-sectoral expertise. While Norway remains a reliable producer of oil and gas also the Norwegian renewables industry represents significant value creation and employs a great number of people. The hydropower sector represents the core of the business, but new sectors and businesses are emerging. This includes on- and offshore wind power, solar and bio energy. Realization of the world's and Norway's climate ambitions necessitates a large-scale electrification of the society. This will require significant investments in grid infrastructure, charging solutions and development and commercialization of smart solutions to ensure flexibility and robustness in the power system.

CMS Kluge has a strong team of lawyers, including specialists within both renewables and conventional energy sources, and can assist all types of businesses within this sector. Our core competencies include energy law as well as competition law, EEA law and state aid, construction law, company law/M&A, banking & finance, tax and dispute resolution. 

CMS Kluge’s energy and climate change practice provides the full range of services, including assistance on

  • Regulatory framework
  • Licensing/concession matters including license transactions
  • Commercial agreements, including third party access agreements
  • Development projects including procurement
  • Oil & gas sale and purchase agreements; PPAs 
  • Infrastructure & electrification projects
  • Project finance
  • M&A
  • Petroleum taxation
  • Dispute resolution

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23/04/2021
Kluge top-ranked in sev­er­al cat­egor­ies in the Leg­al 500
Leg­al 500 for 2021 has been launched, and we are proud to an­nounce that Kluge once again are re­cog­nized as one of Nor­way's lead­ing law firms. We are top ranked in Con­struc­tion and Pub­lic pro­cure­ment...
16/04/2020
Top rank­ings for Kluge in this year’s Leg­al 500
The Leg­al 500 guide for 2020 is pub­lished and Kluge is once again re­cog­nized as a lead­ing law firm in Nor­way. Kluge is ranked as a tier 1 firm with­in Con­struc­tion and Pub­lic pro­cure­ment. We also con­firm...