Patrick Wallace is an energy and infrastructure lawyer with many years of experience of power, oil and gas and infrastructure work.
Patrick Wallace is an energy and infrastructure lawyer with many years of experience of power, oil and gas and infrastructure work. He acts on a range of transactions, covering projects, joint ventures, private M&A and asset acquisitions, privatisations, commercial contracts and trading and regulatory work. He has a broad-ranging practice in the UK and internationally, where he has strong experience in Central and Eastern Europe, Africa and South Asia.
Patrick’s power sector expertise includes thermal, nuclear, and renewables generation, transmission, supply and distribution and emissions trading. He was heavily involved in establishing the UK power market at privatisation and in its subsequent reform; and he has worked on many major power projects and acquisitions in the UK, mainland Europe, Africa and Asia since the early 1990s.
Patrick’s other energy and natural resource experience includes oil and gas pipelines, refineries, supply contracts, oil and gas acquisitions and mining and water sector transactions.
Patrick has also been involved in many large projects in the infrastructure, transport, public services, defence and other sectors, both internationally and under the UK’s private finance initiative and public private partnership programmes.
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