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Amanda is an energy and infrastructure specialist with a particular focus on energy markets, energy networks, rail and ports.
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, producers, market participants, market operators and networks.
Amanda’s infrastructure practice 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.
advising on development of the Wallumbilla Gas Supply Hub and pro-forma capacity sub-contracting agreements.
documenting changes to standard form trading instruments for environmental products and gas.
advising on offtake agreements and carbon cost pass through for a gas fired power station.
advising on the proposed acquisition of Abbot Point Coal Terminal.
advising on agreements for the development of a solar PV plant at Wiepa.
advising on retail supply agreements for large energy users and related hedging arrangements.
advising on port and rail ownership, operation and access.
negotiating gas transportation agreements.
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 in London.
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Australian Chapter in Wind: Projects and Transactions (Globe Law and Business, 2014).