Energy & Natural Resources

Energy, Infrastructure & Natural Resources are one of the few predominant sectors and are of prime importance in the Indian economy. India is a developing nation and these sectors are supposed to play a key role in this development process. Hence India is all set towards expansion and modernization of its power generation capacity, improving its infrastructural facilities and put to advantage its natural resource base. The Indian Government has been constantly working towards enhancing both public and private investment in these sectors. All this makes legal practice in these crucial sectors very critical.


Our energy practice includes legal advice and litigation services on:

  • Thermal Power
  • Power transmission
  • Renewable energy projects (including solar, wind, hydro and biomass projects)


Our infrastructure practice includes advice and litigation services on the construction, financing and operation of

  • Roads
  • Railways
  • Airports
  • Ports
  • Logistics
  • Water and Waste management projects (PPP or EPC models)


Our natural resources practice includes advice and litigation services on oil and gas and mining projects

Services Offered by the Firm:

  • Litigation pertaining to Appellate Tribunal For Electricity (APTEL), Hon’ble High Courts and the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India
  • Reviewing of tender documentation and preparing bid documents with respect to projects.
  • Dispute Resolution with respect to projects in distress
  • Legal Advisory and Litigation services on regulatory and environmental framework with respect to Energy, Infrastructure & Natural Resources sectors
  • Legal due diligence
  • Legal Advisory and Litigation services on acquisition of land for executing projects

Negotiating, Drafting & Reviewing of:

  • Joint Venture agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Equity Subscription agreements
  • Off-take and Supply contracts
  • Concession agreements
  • EPC contracts
  • FIDIC contracts
  • Operation & Maintenance agreements
  • Licenses
  • Termination of concession agreements and the consequential liabilities