The firm represents clients throughout the energy sector, from major international and national oil companies through to independent juniors, funders, investors, state-owned companies and the government. 

Our firm has acted for a number of years as the retained counsels of a government owned private company, having the authority to negotiate, administer, manage and agree, on behalf of the government of the Republic of Cyprus, on all matters relating to hydrocarbons, including, without limitation, the exploitation and sale of hydrocarbons in the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cyprus. 

Moreover, Pamboridis LLC is regularly included in international consortia with other Global Legal or Advisory Firms to provide the local insight on consulting services to the Energy Sector of Cyprus or Greece extending from import, storage and distribution of Natural Gas or Oil products to transmission, supply and trading of such products as well as the management of distribution and supply systems. We have acted for clients investing in most aspects of the Renewables Sector both in Cyprus and in Greece and have assisted with all stages of licencing, construction and operations of Wind farms, as well as solar energy projects.

Being in the forefront of the developments in the field of energy in Cyprus, our lawyers’ first-hand and in-depth knowledge of the relevant national, EU and international legal and regulatory environment allows us to provide comprehensive and efficient advice to our clients on all aspects of energy projects.

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