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Jeremy Gewirtz

Energy & Infrastructure Partner, London


Jeremy has been advising on a wide range of energy (including energy transition), commodities and infrastructure work for over 25 years.

Jeremy is recognised as a leading lawyer (Band 1) for both Projects and Energy & Natural Resources by Chambers UK and as a notable practitioner for Projects & Energy in Chambers Global, is listed as highly regarded in the Energy section of IFLR1000 and is identified as a leading individual in Legal 500 for both Power and Commodities.

Work Highlights

Jeremy’s recent experience includes advising:

  • Engie and Mitsui on the disposal of their interests in four of the UK’s largest power stations
  • on the ECA financing of the Fennovoima nuclear plant in Finland

  • on a series of financings for oil refineries and oil and gas storage facilities in the UK, US, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, Norway, Spain and Sweden

  • on the ECA/DFI financing of two of the wold’s largest CSP solar projects (Khi and Kaxu) in South Africa

  • ContourGlobal on its Kosovan IPP (and associated mining operations)

  • on the multi-source financing of the Teesside biomass plant in the UK

  • Engie on its exit from the NuGen nuclear project

  • a number of leading marketing participants on crude oil, gas and metals prepay financings in the UK, US, France, Germany, Hungary and South Africa

  • Noble Group on the disposal of its Worldwide Warehouse Solutions business to Golden Dragon Resources

  • Société Générale on the acquisition of the commodity derivatives trading books of Jefferies Bache