As an energy company you will be faced with complex legal and tax regulations, at EU, national and regional level. Our team of dedicated advisers helps you to develop your project in compliance with these often highly technical and ever-changing regulations.
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Today, the energy sector is changing rapidly. In effect, your company might be faced with a large range of questions, such as 'Do I need a supply licence to supply energy to a subsidiary?', 'What subsidies can I obtain for my onshore wind farm?','How will the new district heating legislation affect my project?' or 'What contract(s) must be in place to connect my biomass plant to the grid?'
Our team is at the core of the developments in Energy Law. We are happy to offer you personal, tailored advice at every step of the way. We always aim to establish long-term, sustainable client relations based on mutual trust. Our firm focuses on forward-thinking solutions and providing assistance in making the right (strategic) decisions.
How can we help you?
We provide a full-service offering covering all possible legal and tax issues arising in the energy sector. We combine the offering of a boutique energy practice with the broad coverage of a full-service one-stop-shop law firm and its international network.
A few of our services:
- Legal and tax structuring of your business;
- Contract drafting and negotiation;
- Advice regarding lobbying the authorities in respect of new laws;
- Drafting legislative or regulatory texts.
ValentijnDe BoeAttorney at law Counsel
Valentijn De Boe is a member of the Public and Administrative Law Practice Group in Belgium and is also a member of the Procurement Team in Brussels.T: +32 2 773 23 33 E: email@example.com
KoenPanisAttorney at law Partner
Koen Panis is a partner in our Brussels office where he is a member of the Banking & Finance Practice Group, the Energy Team and the Real Estate Team. He specialises in international and local finance transactions.T: +32 2 773 23 90 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
BramDevliesAttorney at law Associate
Bram Devlies is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Energy & Utilities and Competition & Regulatory Teams in Belgium. He is an associate in our Brussels office.T: +32 2 743 43 59 E: email@example.com
MarcVermylenAttorney at law Managing partner Belgium
Marc Vermylen is managing partner of Loyens & Loeff Belgium and heads the Banking & Finance Practice Group in Brussels. He is recognised worldwide as an expert and influential lawyer in banking law and finance law.T: +32 2 743 43 15 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
ThomasVerstraetenAttorney at law Counsel
Thomas Verstraeten is of counsel to our Brussels office. He is a member of the Competition & Regulatory and the Utilities & Energy Teams in Brussels.T: +32 2 773 23 44 E: email@example.com
ChristineDelagayeAttorney at law Associate
Christine Delagaye is a member of the Loyens & Loeff Corporate & M&A Practice Group in Belgium and a member of the Energy & Utilities and Competition & Regulatory Teams. She is an associate in our office in Brussels.T: +32 2 743 43 61 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
ThomasChellingsworthAttorney at law Local Partner
Thomas Chellingsworth is a local partner in our Brussels office. He is recognised as a leading energy law expert, with extensive experience of electricity and gas projects and litigation. He heads our Energy & Utilities and Competition & Regulatory Teams.T: + 32 2 743 43 43 E: email@example.com