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Paul Greening advises on international energy, oil and gas, utilities, maritime law, and infrastructure projects across Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America, and the Middle East. Paul has an increasing focus on the energy transition and the role of hydrogen and carbon capture and storage as well as the decommissioning of offshore E&P (exploration and production) assets. He has substantial experience in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector, including natural gas and LNG sale and purchase agreements and LNG project development. Clients value Paul's hands-on approach and in-depth understanding of complex commercial and regulatory issues specific to the energy sector. He also handles cross-border energy-related mergers and acquisitions and divestitures.

Prior to joining Jones Day, Paul advised a range of clients, including private equity and fund investors, project sponsors/developers, and traders, on energy and infrastructure-related joint venture and project development and trading transactions across the full energy value chain. He recently advised on the establishment of a joint venture for the acquisition of upstream E&P assets across Southeast Asia; the development of LNG export projects in the United States, Africa, and Australia; long-term LNG offtake arrangements for IOCs (international oil companies); short-term LNG trading arrangements for Singapore-based traders; and hydrogen and ammonia export projects in Australia and North America. His experience also extends into financial restructuring matters in the shipping and offshore services and downstream petrochemicals sectors.

Paul is the Asia regional director for the Association of International Energy Negotiators and regularly speaks on energy industry trends and issues, with a particular focus on the role the oil and gas industry can play in driving the energy transition.