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Siv V. Madland


CMS Kluge
Olav Kyrres gate 21
NO-4005 Stavanger
PO Box 277
NO-4068 Stavanger
Languages Norwegian, English

Siv Madland has her core competence from the energy business (oil & gas) with 20 plus years of experience from the industry. Madland has specialized expertise in contracts law from offshore projects within the entire value chain, advising both suppliers and operators. 

She has extensive experience with license transactions and restructuring processes/M&A, as well as corporate governance work. Madland has thorough experience with petroleum law and its regulatory framework conditions. In recent years she has obtain broader experience from work related to regulatory framework conditions for new energy sectors, including offshore wind and deep-sea minerals. 

Legal counselling in close interaction with the clients has given her thorough experience and an analytical approach, with focus on results and good commercial solutions tailored for the client.

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Relevant experience

  • 2020 - Partner, CMS Kluge Advokatfirma AS (prev. Kluge Advokatfirma AS)
  • 2012 - 2020 Senior Legal Manager / Legal Manager / Senior Legal Adviser, Repsol Norge AS (prior Talisman
    Energy Norge AS
  • 2008 - 2012 Senior Legal Counsel / Commercial & Procurement Manager, Subsea 7 Norge AS
  • 2003 - 2007 Associate, Kluge Advokatfirma 
  • 2001 - 2002 Subcontracts Administrator / Senior Subcontracts Administrator, Halliburton AS
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Awards & Rankings

emea recommended lawyer 2022


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  • 2014 Boardroom competence I, BI Stavanger
  • 2005 Licensed by the Norwegian Bar Association
  • 2001 Cand.jur., University of Bergen
  • 1999 Studies in Electronic Commerce, Mediation and Introduction to Commercial Law, Bond
    University, Australia
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