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Webinar: Legal Issues in Geothermal Development – IGC Invest Pre-event – 26 Feb. 2020

IGC Invest - Webinar - Legal Issues in geothermal development - 26 February 2020
Alexander Richter 18 Feb 2020

Preparing for the IGC Invest Geothermal you are invited to the pre-event webinar on Key Legal Issues in Geothermal Development in Germany and beyond taking place on 26 February 2020 from 15:00 - 15:45 CEST time.

In preparation to the upcoming 3rd IGC Invest Geothermal Finance & Investment Forum, 25-26 March 2020 in Frankfurt/ Germany ThinkGeoEnergy, and Enerchange, would like to invite you to the pre-event webinar Key Legal Issues in Geothermal Development, taking place on Thursday, 26 February 2020, from 15:00 – 15:45 CEST time.

  • Webinar: Key Legal Issues in Geothermal Development in Germany and beyond
  • Date: Wednesday, 26 February 2020
  • Time: 15:00 – 15:45 CEST
  • Registration: register here

Geothermal project development is complex and defined by several challenges related to permitting/ licensing, risk management, financing etc. In this webinar we will learn about key legal issues in geothermal development in Germany and beyond by Dr. Torsten Rosenboom and Christian Bauer, Partners at the law firm Watson Farley & Williams in Germany.

The webinar is organised in conjunction with the third edition of the IGC Invest Geothermal Finance & Investment Forum.

IGC Invest provides a platform for geothermal industry leaders and international investors, including private equity, infrastructure, debt, institutional investors and public equity funds, as well as public funding partners such as development banks, funds and institutions. It further is set up to help increase awareness among investors and the geothermal energy industry to educate about opportunities and challenges of investments in energy infrastructure development globally.

Participation is free-of-charge but requiring registration. Due to limited availability, please register before Tuesday, 25 February 2020.

AGENDA

15:00 | Welcome – Dr. Jochen Schneider, Enerchange & Alexander Richter, ThinkGeoEnergy

15:05 | Key Legal Issues in Geothermal Development – Dr. Torsten Rosenboom & Dr. Christian Bauer, Watson Farley & Williams, Frankfurt

15:25 | Moderated Discussion and Q&A – Moderated by Alexander Richter

15:45 | End

PANELISTS

Dr. Torsten Rosenboom, Partner at Corporate Group at Watson Farley & Williams, heading Frankfurt office

Mr. Rosenboom’s main areas of practice include cross-border M&A/private equity transactions, joint ventures, inter-company restructurings and general corporate/commercial matters. He also regularly advises on bilateral and multi-party contract negotiations.

He is also recognised as one of Germany’s leading M&A lawyers by business magazine WirtschaftsWoche,

Dr. Christian Bauer, Partner in the Corporate and Energy Group of Watson Farley & Williams, Munich

Mr. Bauer focuses on complex projects in the energy and infrastructure sector. Among his clients are project developers, investors/sponsors, banks as well as the public sector. He supports renewable energy projects with his expertise regarding planning and environmental law. A specific focus lies on deep geothermal energy projects, in which he advises on all types of project and supply agreements including drilling contracts and EPC contracts and has been involved in several key projects of this type in Germany.

Dr. Jochen Schneider, Managing Director, Enerchange GmbH & Co. KG

Mr. Schneider is leading Enerchange a special agency for PR, events and informations and consulting services for renewable energies and sustainable energy utilization. He also leads Hydrosion, a company focused on geochemistry related services to the geothermal industry.

Alexander Richter, Editor, ThinkGeoEnergy

Mr. Richter is the founder & editor of the leading geothermal news platform, ThinkGeoEnergy.com and co-founder of IGC.events. He also acts as President of the International Geothermal Association.

 

The IGC Invest event will be focusing on important elements of investing in geothermal energy development, such as risk mitigation, early stage financing, market overviews, due diligence and financing tools.

IGC Invest provides a platform for geothermal industry leaders and international investors, including private equity, infrastructure, debt, institutional investors and public equity funds, as well as public funding partners such as development banks, funds and institutions. It further is set up to help increase awareness among investors and the geothermal energy industry to educate about opportunities and challenges of investments in energy infrastructure development globally.

We welcome Watson Farley & Williams as MW Sponsor of this year’s IGC Invest conference.

Source: IGC.events