• Q4 2022 – Security of energy supply in Switzerland – federal measures

    January, 2023

    With the continuing uncertainties and consequences in connection with the Ukraine war, supply bottlenecks and price spikes on the gas and electricity markets, the supply situation in Switzerland is tense and the Swiss federal government is facing a major challenge.

  • Energy Law Group Members` meeting in Edinburgh

    December, 2022

    Thanks our member Brodies LLP for hosting the Energy Law Group members` semi-annual meeting in Edinburgh.

  • Fabio Trevisan

    New member – BSP in Luxembourg

    December, 2022

    We are happy to announce the new member of the Energy Law Group! Law firm BSP in Luxembourg.

  • ELG members meeting in Vilnius

    August, 2022

    Energy Law Group members met at the ELG Meeting in Vilnius, Lithuania.

  • WWL Energy report 2022

    July, 2022

    We are delighted to announce that our members have been recognised again in the 2022 edition of the Who's Who Legal: Energy, a comprehensive guide to the world’s leading energy lawyers.

  • Conference: Investment contracts in Africa during political crises: what legal response?

    June, 2022

    Date and time: June 28, 2022, 8:30 amPlace: Jeantet law firm, Paris

  • GHR Elects Stephan A. Hofer as New Partner

    May, 2022

    GHR Rechtsanwälte is pleased to announce the election of Stephan A. Hofer to the firm's partner-ship which became effective April 1, 2022.

  • Bowmans report on Africa: M&A in key jurisdictions

    March, 2022

    Bowmans have created a Mergers and Acquisitions report on key African jurisdictions, containing important trends that international investors should note in 2022.

  • Asters advises Vitol on sale of 50% of shares in Geo-Alliance Oil-Gas Public Limited

    January, 2022

    Asters acted as a Ukrainian law counsel to Arawak Energy Ukraine B.V., a member of group of companies Vitol, in the sale of 50% of shares in Geo-Alliance Oil-Gas Public Limited to gas producer Geo Alliance Group Limited. Slaughter and May supported the transaction as the client's international counsel.