Mr George A Antonopoulos > Dentons > Calgary, Canada > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
850 - 2ND STREET SW
15TH FLOOR, BANKERS COURT
CALGARY, ALBERTA T2P 0R8
Canada

Work Department

Corporate; Mergers and Acquisitions; Project Development; Energy

Position

Partner

Career

George’s expertise is in the area of energy law acting for energy companies on a broad range of commercial transactions. His practice focuses primarily on the planning, drafting, negotiation and completion of complex energy transactions and project work in both the upstream and midstream oil and gas sectors, including advising clients with respect to mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, joint venture arrangements, commodity transportation, terminalling and storage arrangements, corporate re-organizations, and energy project development.

George has developed a specialized expertise with respect to joint venture/partnership relationships in large scale energy projects, specifically in the unconventional resource areas of oil sands and shale gas development. He also frequently advises on both the transporter and shipper side of oil and gas pipeline transportation projects, including with respect to the drafting and negotiation of long term transportation arrangements.

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Languages

English
French

Education

University of Saskatchewan, 2005, LLB
University of Saskatchewan, 2004, B.Comm (with Distinction)

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Energy and natural resources > Oil and gas

(Next Generation Partners)

George AntonopoulosDentons

Dentons is sought after to advise on commercial and regulatory matters related to the sale and purchase of upstream and midstream assets, energy project development and the regulation of energy infrastructure. In particular, clients note the team’s ability to seamlessly handle multi-jurisdictional transactions. The oil and gas practice is particularly specialized in the midstream industry where it has seen significant growth. Transactional lawyer Michael Hurst jointly leads the department with regulatory expert Bernard Roth and commercial specialist George Antonopoulos. Laura Estep is also recommended.