Pillsbury has advised on precedent-setting energy industry deals and projects in 75 countries worldwide.
New opportunities abound, along with challenges ranging from increased regulation and aging infrastructure to climate change and environmental concerns.
Pillsbury has advised on precedent-setting energy industry deals and projects in 75 countries worldwide, offering clients a combination of geographic reach, legal and regulatory depth, and energy-sector-specific experience that is unmatched among the world’s leading law firms.
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