Gide is pleased to welcome Delphine Jacquemont as Counsel within its Projects (Finance & Infrastructure) practice group in Paris.
Delphine Jacquemont is highly specialised in the energy sector, and has developed specific expertise, in France and abroad, in gas-related contracts and projects (LNG and gas sale and purchase agreements, LNG terminals, transmission and storage infrastructures, hydrocarbon exploration and production projects), power plants development and construction, joint ventures and M&A transactions. Delphine acts on all aspects of these transactions and projects, from the development phase up to closing and post-closing operations, including advising businesses during implementation and managing pre-litigation claims.
Delphine Jacquemont has acted on a number of energy projects, including a regasification terminal in France, a cross-border gas pipeline in Europe, a “Gas to Power” project in Latin America, a gas storage project in Germany, the acquisition of hydrocarbon production licences in western and eastern Europe, as well as a number of M&A transactions worldwide. She has 25 years’ experience working for one of the world’s largest energy groups, EDF, where she occupied various functions including, most recently, that of general counsel in charge of gas, and deputy general counsel international. Admitted to the Paris Bar, Delphine is a graduate of the Paris Political Studies Institute and of Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Master’s degrees in business law and in international and European law). She is also a lecturer at the Paris Political Studies Institute Law School (“Major international infrastructure projects: legal practitioners’ key role in mitigating and managing risks”).
Partner Stéphane Vernay, member of Gide’s Executive Committee, says: “I am very pleased to see Delphine Jacquemont joining our Projects (Finance & Infrastructure) practice group, which already draws on the knowledge and expertise of some of the best specialists in the field. With her considerable experience in the energy sector both in France and abroad, she will boost our ability to offer our major public and private French and international clients the highest level of legal advice on all their development issues”.
Gide’s Projects (Finance & Infrastructure) practice group numbers 25 lawyers, including 9 partners in Paris.