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Dr. Peter Roesgen

Senior Associate

Dr. Peter Roesgen

Peter advises clients on corporate law matters, in M&A transactions, in infrastructure projects as well as in commercial law. In addition to advising in general corporate matters and transactions, Peter has vast experience in the representation of national and international clients of the regulated industries, in particular, the energy sector. His commercial work includes advising on distribution and agency agreements, inter alia in the chemistry sector and in the energy sector.

Peter worked in our London office for five months. During his secondment to an international trading house (six months), Peter gained a valuable insight into the work of an in-house counsel and deepened his understanding of clients' requirements and expectations regarding external advice. He studied in Bonn and Sussex (England) and he worked as a research assistant at the University of Bonn. His doctoral thesis deals with European and German competition law and energy law.

Representative Experience

Advising an international corporation on the sale of a leading German thermal waste treatment company.

Advice on the acquisition of an offshore wind farm in the North Sea (incl. grid connection).

Advising the Shah Deniz Consortium on the Shah Deniz Stage 2 gas project in Azerbaijan (drafting and negotiation of long-term gas sales agreements to Europe).

Advising the seller on the sale of a photovoltaic park in Italy with a capacity of more than 45 MWp.

Advice on the acquisition of a controlling majority in a Swiss-Austrian-Caribbean group of companies for fertiliser production.

Advising an international trading house on negotiations regarding supply agreements for bio-ethanol.

Advice on the sale of a leading European Contracting company.

Advice of a leading European energy utility for the construction of a CHP power plant in Germany (EPC documentation, O&M contracts).

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