Energy and natural resources
Our attorneys have advised all types of players, including sellers and purchasers, brokers, financial investors and investments funds, suppliers, manufacturers, investment banks, regulators and other authorities, on virtually all aspects pertaining to energy and natural resources, having been involved in some of the biggest projects in the field, part of which have been a national and even regional premiere.
Companies doing business in the energy and natural resources sectors are in constant evolution and transformation in their quest for new forms and categories of resources, while regulators face difficult and complex decisions meant to both reduce the impact on the environment and to secure the increasing demand of energy without impacting economic prosperity. All these aspects require qualified advisers with specific knowledge and capabilities, which can be easily found with Jinga, Maravela & Asociaţii.
Our team’s expertise spans power generation (conventional and renewable) and utilities, transmission, distribution and trading, metals and mining, oil and gas (upstream, midstream and downstream), including regulatory matters and the numerous commercial and contractual relationships occurring in the energy and natural resources sectors, as well as the construction, financing, operation, maintenance, acquisition or sale of projects in the energy and natural resources sectors.
We thus advise on a wide range of energy and natural resources related transactions such as joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions and divestures, privatisations, corporate and ownership restructuring and unbundling, project and lease financings. These transactions are further supported by our specialists in areas such as employment, environmental, competition, tax and dispute resolution.
This information was sourced from the Jinga Maravela website.
Briefings from Jinga Maravela
This newsletter sets out in chronological order the main tax news/amendments published in the period of 1–31 January 2014.
Jinga Maravela looks at four recent legal rulings, including the updating of the national minimum gross wage and the postponed entry into force of the Civil Procedure Code.