Our Energy and Natural Resources practice provides legal capabilities across the full spectrum of the energy industry, and has a long tradition of representing the major players operating in the water, electricity, oil and natural gas sector in Israel on most of their significant projects, transactional work, regulatory issues and disputes. Over the last few years the activity in the energy and natural resources sectors in Israel has grown significantly and has brought with it projects of magnitude and complexity not previously seen in the Israeli market.
The highly-qualified lawyers in our Energy and Natural Resources Practice Group, ranked first in their field by the Legal 500, have the necessary skills, experience and knowledge to deal with such complex and innovative transactions and resolve any disputes that may arise.
S. Horowitz & Co. is one of the few firms in Israel that can offer energy companies a one-stop shop that offers both transactional and dispute resolution services which address the issues energy companies face when operating in this market.
Our clients include oil companies, gas companies, producers and distributors of electricity, power operators, mineral companies, service companies, financiers and insurers involved in the following sectors:
- Water, including delivery pipelines and filtration and treatment facilities
- Electricity, including power generation, transmission, and distribution projects
- Oil, including fuel delivery and storage
- Natural gas, including many of the major gas pipeline projects in Israel
- Recycling facilities, including the multi-purpose facility treating most of Israel’s toxic waste
Our team has an outstanding record of advising clients on a broad range of matters relating to energy and natural resources as well as in avoiding or resolving disputes, including those transactions and disputes relating to the tendering process for power, water, natural gas and oil projects; off-take agreements; commercial agreements of all types relating to the purchase of electricity, oil and gas, construction contracts and operating agreements; the finance of energy related projects; and regulatory and environmental matters.