Energy Transition and the race to net zero is upon us now. Governments have set a clear path forward with a determined end point to achieve the required energy mix to obtain net carbon free emissions targets by 2050. From a business perspective this is a golden opportunity, the demand is confirmed.
Join HKA and Clyde & Co for a panel discussion focusing on practical tips and lessons learnt in identifying and minimising contractual risk and disputes. The session will cover:
Who should attend
Oil & Gas Companies, Energy Development Organisations, EPC and EPCM Contractors, Specialist Subcontractors and Suppliers, Energy Clusters, Government/Certifying/Regulatory Bodies, Offshore Wind Developers, Energy Suppliers and Insurers.
Charles Wilsoncroft – Partner, HKA
Charles is a Partner at HKA with over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry. He is a chartered civil engineer who has gained broad experience working for a main contractor, a public-sector client organisation and now an international consultancy. During his career he has been involved in all manner of procurement, contract training, project management, contract management and contract administration including dispute resolution, expert witness provision and final account settlement. He has experience across a range of Energy (including traditional and renewable generation, transmission etc.), Oil and Gas, Marine and Infrastructure projects and regularly advises clients in respect of such.
Mary Anne Roff– Partner, Clyde & Co
Mary Anne is a partner at Clyde & Co, specialising in construction and engineering disputes in the clean energy, power and infrastructure sectors. She has extensive experience of clean energy-related construction arbitration, as well as litigation, adjudication and all forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Philip Norman– Partner, Clyde & Co
Philip is a partner in the London and Dubai offices, who has specialised in dispute resolution for over 25 years. He focuses on complex, high-value project support and disputes on major energy and infrastructure projects being developed around the world; and to date he has undertaken work involving over 30 different countries for governments, sponsors, main contractors, engineers and designers.