Adam Conway advises clients on major energy and resources projects throughout Australia and the broader Asia Pacific region. He has more than 20 years of experience in a range of sectors, including upstream and downstream energy, mining, project and field development, infrastructure, and mergers and acquisitions.
Adam has assisted clients throughout the whole life cycle of energy and mining projects, including advising on project structuring, farm-ins and farm-outs, tenure, exploration, mining, offtake agreements, joint ventures, state agreements, logistics, energy supply (gas sales, gas transportation, gas swaps, interconnects, tolling agreements, pipeline use terms, virtual gas pipelines, liquified natural gas (LNG) re-gas facilities, storage, power purchase agreements, and renewable arrangements), product sharing contracts, joint operating agreements, asset purchase and divestment, onshore and offshore project development, and facility access and use arrangements. He assists clients in the mining sector on a range of commodities, including gold, iron ore, nickel, spodumene, lithium, mineral sands, vanadium, uranium, rare earths, and iron oxide copper gold.
Adam has been recognized as a leading individual in the areas of energy, mining, natural resources, and oil & gas in the The Best Lawyers in Australia.
NSW Government's New Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap Focuses on Investment in Storage and Renewables
- 23 September 2020
ICLG — Renewable Energy 2021
- Bond University (Bachelor of Laws with first class honours 1996); Murdoch University (Bachelor of Commerce 1992)
- Supreme Court of Western Australia
Best Lawyers in Australia: recognized in Energy Law and Mining Law (2016-2023), Natural Resources Law (2018-2023) and Oil & Gas Law (2020-2023)
Recommended in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific for Energy (Transactions and Regulatory) (2023)