Kinstellar is a leading independent law firm in Emerging Europe and Central Asia, with offices in Almaty (Kazakhstan), Belgrade (Serbia), Bratislava (Slovakia), Bucharest (Romania), Budapest (Hungary), Istanbul (Turkey), Kyiv (Ukraine), Prague (the Czech Republic), Sofia (Bulgaria) and Tashkent (Uzbekistan). Operating as a single fully integrated firm, Kinstellar delivers consistently high quality services across all jurisdictions in an integrated and seamless style. We are particularly well suited to servicing complex transactions and advisory requirements spanning several jurisdictions.
Whether it’s in oil & gas, power or renewables, we have the energy-sector expertise to get your deal done.
The energy sector in Emerging Europe and Central Asia is as diverse as it is strategic. Privatisations and the opening up of energy markets combined with large-scale energy infrastructure projects across the region have driven many significant opportunities over the last decade and continue to do so.
Kinstellar’s well-established practice has been involved in many of the most significant energy deals across the region. Our experts deliver industry-specific knowledge to a diverse range of clients including power plant operators, multinational energy holding companies, energy traders, project companies and consortia, lenders and governments. Our extensive experience gives us a balanced perspective and enables us to anticipate problems and find constructive solutions.
We are engaged in a wide range of mandates throughout the region, typically including:
- private and public energy M&A
- energy project finance
- energy regulatory issues
- long- and short-term energy trading contracts
- major energy infrastructure developments, including large power plant projects
- CO2 trading-related issues, including CO2 management agreements
- renewable and alternative energy sources