Energy Litigation and Arbitration

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With mammoth finances and high stakes involved in the energy sector, litigation is inevitable. Often, disputes in this sector involve technical aspects that are hard to comprehend. However, with Simranjeet Law Firm’s specialised team of energy litigation lawyers, you can be rest assured that we will represent you like a pro. Our professional energy litigation lawyers are technically sound, academically brilliant and professionally astute. One of the hallmarks of our professional energy litigation services is the ability of our lawyers to not just minutely understand the crux of the matter, but also apply their knowledge to the real time court scenario where quick thinking and argumentative skills can make or break your case.

Our energy lawyers are renowned for their out of the box legal solutions to settle the matter amicably and if need be, through alternate dispute resolution mechanism, like arbitration. In fact, we have a flourishing practice in the field of dispute resolution in the energy sector. Our Energy Litigation and Arbitration lawyers have extensive experience in handling matters concerning energy sector, especially the upstream oil and gas projects, transportation and trading, supply and marketing of crude oil, natural gas and power, disputes arising from the construction of the infrastructure for offshore oil and gas projects and in the refining and petrochemical sectors.

Our energy litigation and arbitration lawyers have hands-on experience in dealing with most complicated matters. Some of these include advisory role for claims against state oil companies brought under production sharing agreements, disputes among oil companies under joint operating agreements, and disputes with contractors under drilling, rig and service contracts.

We represent clients at multiple forums including:

  • disputes in court proceedings
  • arbitration
  • expert determinations
  • mediation
  • other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms
  • tribunals
  • quasi judicial bodies, etc.