Henry Davey is a consultant based in our Energy & Natural Resources Practice in London and has more than 25 years of experience in the international energy sector. He advises clients on acquisitions and disposals, project development and commercial contracts across upstream and downstream oil and gas, power generation and transmission as well as renewable energy assets. His clients include energy corporates, utilities, financial institutions, and infrastructure funds and private equity investors.

    Henry has been listed as a leading energy lawyer in both Chambers UK and The Legal 500 UK.

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    • Advising Afren on its African oil and gas businesses.
    • Advising Antin Infrastructure Partners on its acquisition of BG Group's majority stake in the Central Area Transmission System gas pipeline in the UK North Sea and associated infrastructure.
    • Advising Berkshire Hathaway on their UK energy assets.
    • Advising CGN on its renewable energy assets in Wales.
    • Advising Chevron on its disposal programme for downstream assets in the Caribbean and Asia.
    • Advising EDF on the sale of their electricity network business in the UK.
    • Advising Gazprom on its UK and European energy businesses.
    • Advising HG Capital on the acquisition of their UK wind farm Scout Moor.
    • Advising Iberdrola on the East Anglia offshore wind project with Vattenfall.
    • Advising Infracis/the Oteko Group on the acquisition of a gas business in Turkey from BP.
    • Advising infrastructure funds in relation to their bids for the UK government's pipeline and storage system.
    • Advising Macquarie on the acquisition of the Wales & West gas distribution network.
    • Advising Macquarie on a UK biomass project.
    • Advising MND Group (KKCG) advising on the potential acquisition of Net4Gas, the owner and operator of the Czech Republic's gas transmission network.
    • Advising Renewable Energy Holdings on their acquisitions and disposals and project development of wind projects in Europe.
    • Advising Sojitz on its North Sea assets.
    • Advising Sumitomo on its first UK offshore wind farm acquisition from Macquarie.
    • Advising TXU on the sale and restructuring of their UK gas and power supply and generation businesses.

    Education

    • University of Law, Solicitors' Final Examination, 1986
    • University of Cambridge, LL.M., 1985

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 1988

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