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Amanda is an energy and infrastructure lawyer with a particular focus on markets, trading and infrastructure access.
She has extensive experience in energy, including electricity, gas, renewable energy and emissions trading. She has advised in Australia, the United Kingdom and elsewhere. Her clients have included government, infrastructure owners, market participants and energy users.
Amanda’s infrastructure experience extends to the energy, rail, port and water sectors. She advises on infrastructure development, operation, access and regulation.
Amanda is recognised by her peers as a leading lawyer in Energy and Climate Change Law in Best Lawyers Australia 2019.
Advised on the capacity trading and auction reforms for the east coast gas market, implemented under the National Gas Law and Rules and through the Gas Supply Hub.
Advised on the information and access reforms for non-scheme pipelines in Part 23 of the National Gas Rules.
Assisted with changes to the National Electricity Rules to provide for the provision of inertia services and system strength services to support system security in the national grid.
Advised on the procurement of capacity from a 150 MW solar thermal plant to be constructed near Port Augusta in regional South Australia.
Advising in relation to contracts for the supply of electricity retailing services for a government load.
Advised a regulator on the access and pricing regulation for an Australian port.
Advised on the PPA and related agreements for a gas fired power station.
Recommended in Energy Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Climate Change Law
Listed as a leading lawyer in Energy Law
Named “Adelaide Lawyer of the Year” (as judged by her peers) for Energy Law
Amanda spent over a decade practising in the UK advising on energy and infrastructure, particularly rail, and is a former partner of CMS Cameron McKenna, London.
COAG Energy Council's Gas Market Reform Package adopts many of the recommendations for east coast gas market reform made by the AEMC and the ACCC earlier this year.
Are east coast gas markets fit for purpose? Are they competitive? A closer look at the case for change.
The Australian Government's Climate Change Plan will offer assistance for businesses including free allocation of permits to emissions-intensive, trade-exposed industries.
Australian Chapter in Wind: Projects and Transactions (Globe Law and Business, 2014).