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Mr Bo Sandroos
Bo Sandroos is head of Windahl Sandroos & Co’s energy and offshore practice group
For many years Bo has focussed on the energy- and offshore industry and holds expertise within the areas of oil and gas, shalegas, offshore wind and renewable energy, geothermal energy, infrastructure and further areas related to the energy and offshore industries. His practice is concentrated in the areas of commercial and corporate work, and regulatory affairs. During the last five years Bo has assisted in more than 750 offshore contracts and transactions at a value of DKK 10 bn. He holds special experience in Greenlandic law, in particular its oil, gas and mining sectors. Further, he is an external lecturer at the University of Southern Denmark and the author of the book “Undergrundsloven med Kommentarer” (2012) and “The Greenland Mineral Resources Act – the Law and Practice of Oil, Gas and Mining in Greenland” (2015). Specialist areas Oil and gas law, the law of offshore wind power, contracts and negotiations, liability and risks, insurance, health, safety and environment, company and commercial law, M&A and intellectual property law.
English, German, the Scandinavian languages.
Bo is a law graduate from the University of Copenhagen (1991) and the Nordic Institute of Petroleum and Maritime Law, University of Oslo (1990), and holds an executive MBA from Copenhagen Business School (1995).
Denmark > Energy
WSCO Advokatpartnerselskab‘s energy and offshore practice is known for advising domestic and international contractors on international offshore wind projects, and contractual issues concerning the supply of technology. Standout practitioner Bo Sandroos leads the team, and advises on emerging technology within the renewable energy sector, including power-to-x, CCS and energy island projects. Sandroos primarily provides regulatory, commercial and corporate advice, and specialises in Greenlandic law.