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ALDGATE TOWER, 2 LEMAN STREET, LONDON, E1 8QN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7481 0010
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Fax 020 7481 4968
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1070 LONDON CITY EC3
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www.incelaw.com

Martin Sandgren

Tel:
Work +44 (0) 20 7481 0010
Email:
Ince

Work Department

Energy, Business & Finance, Shipping

Position

Partner

Career

An energy, maritime and infrastructure projects lawyer advising clients on a range of transactional, contentious and corporate matters. Specialising in renewable energy, both on- and off-shore.

Martin advises clients in the energy, maritime and infrastructure industries on a wide range of construction, contract, corporate, transactional and financing law matters. He has particular experience advising on EPC/consortiums, offshore construction, supply and service agreements, charterparties and other vessel related contracts, project finance and project agreements. He also advises on joint ventures, M&A and other strategic transactions and disputes, insurance and risk management matters. 

With more than 12 years’ experience both in private practice and in-house, in London, New York, Copenhagen/Denmark and Stockholm, Martin has a well-rounded wealth of experience of international transactions and disputes. His experience in the renewables sector includes structuring, negotiating and managing legal risks on numerous large and complex on- and off-shore wind, solar and energy projects. He has been involved in ground breaking transactions throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, East Asia and the United States. 

Prior to joining Ince & Co, Martin spent five years in-house as Co-Head of Legal with Siemens Wind Power A/S.

Martin is a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, a member of the Bar in New York, a Swedish lawyer and experienced in Danish law. Martin regularly speaks at industry and professional conferences and publishes articles within the energy and maritime law sector. His professional memberships include being actively involved with the Maritime and Transport Law Committee and the Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law Section of the International Bar Association, including as an officer of the Maritime and Transport Law Committee. He is also a member of Committee Maritime International. He was a member of BIMCO’s drafting sub-committee for WINDTIME, a time charter party tailored for the off-shore wind industry, and is currently one co-chair of FIDIC’s renewables contracts initiative.

Martin is multi-lingual, fluent in English, Swedish and Danish, as well as conversant in French and Italian.

Languages

Fluent in English, Swedish and Danish; conversant in French and Italian

Member

Law Society of England and Wales; New York State Bar; International Bar Association; BIMCO Windtime Committee; FIDIC Renewables Contact Initiative; Editorial Board Management Procurement and the Law

Education

New York University School of Law; Stockholm University School of Law


London: Projects, energy and natural resources

Power (including electricity and renewables)

Within: Power (including electricity and renewables)

Ince & Co 's power team has a strong track record in the renewables space, particularly in the field of offshore wind power projects, and practice leader Martin Sandgren was recently instructed by a leading Central European utility companies to advise on all the regulatory, due diligence and tender process issues arising from its proposed investment in the UK offshore wind market. A major Chinese power company also appointed Sandgren's outfit - which includes managing associate Nirada Griffiths - to intervene in its acquisition of a large offshore wind farm in Northern Europe. The group was also engaged by five different contractors and suppliers to intervene in four different tender and contract mandates with regards to a single UK offshore wind farm.

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