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BEZUIDENHOUTSEWEG 57, 2594 AC THE HAGUE, PO BOX 11756, 2502 AT THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS
Tel:
Work +31 70 515 3000
Fax:
Fax +31 70 515 3100
Email:
Web:
https://www.pelsrijcken.nl

Iman Brinkman

Tel:
Work +31 70 5153 753
Email:
Web:
www.pelsrijcken.nl
Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn NV

Position

Iman Brinkman is specialised in energy law and is head of the Energy Team at Pels Rijcken. His consultancy practice focuses in particular on energy legislation and regulations and energy contracts and projects. He also litigates regularly in civil and administrative proceedings concerning energy-related subjects. In his practice, sustainable energy and climate change have a prominent place. Iman represents parties involved in all the links of the energy chain, from upstream (gas and electricity production, gas storage; heat production) to downstream (gas and electricity transport, trade, supply and purchase; heat supply). His clients include gas and electricity producers, suppliers and traders, property developers, as well as public authorities. Iman speaks fluent English, French and German.

Languages

Dutch, English, French, German


Netherlands

Energy: regulatory

Within: Next generation lawyers

Iman Brinkman - Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn NV

Within: Energy: regulatory

Pels Rijcken & Droogleever Fortuijn NV's clients range from central and local government clients to corporates including ExxonMobil,  Lundin Petroleum, and Royal Dutch Shell. It has a leading regulatory litigation offering in addition to areas such as transactions and environmental law. Iman Brinkman, senior associate Ewoud de Vries, and competition expert Erik Pijnacker Hordijk are the key members of a group that represented the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy in a claim against utilities company Eneco in relation to the allegedly erroneous allocation of capacity on cross border interconnectors. It is also assisting energy infrastructure company Rendant in a dispute with DSO Stedin over the forced transfer by Rendant to Stedin of its electricity and gas infrastructure (which stems from legislation).

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