JWS Consulting is a division of Johnson Winter & Slattery providing commercial consulting services.
Johnson Winter & Slattery is engaged by major businesses, investment funds and government agencies as legal counsel on important transactions and disputes throughout Australia and surrounding regions.
Our firm provides a diverse range of opportunities for talented, enthusiastic people to develop brilliant legal careers.
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We support a number of community initiatives and not for profit organisations across Australia through pro bono legal work and charitable donations.
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We have established one of Australia’s premier oil and gas practices, with a detailed understanding of the legal, commercial and technical issues associated with the oil and gas industry through a range of transactions.
Our experience extends from resource exploration, through production, processing, trading, haulage and shipping, to sale. It also includes:
Johnson Winter & Slattery was named by Best Lawyers® 2019 as the "Law Firm of the Year" in Australia for Oil & Gas Law.
Johnson Winter & Slattery was named by Best Lawyers® 2016 as the "Law Firm of the Year" in Australia for Oil & Gas Law.
Peter Rose is recognised as a Band 1 Energy & Natural Resources lawyer (Oil & Gas).
Michael Dulaney is recognised as a leading lawyer in Oil & Gas Law.
James Marshall is recognised as a leading lawyer in Oil & Gas.
Peter Slattery is recognised as leading lawyer in Oil & Gas.
Peter Smith is recognised as a leading lawyer in Oil & Gas.
Peter Rose is highly regarded, particularly in the oil and gas sector and in respect of competition matters in the industry.
[Peter Rose] "has a great breadth and depth of knowledge in the industry and is a great communicator. He goes above and beyond in the interest of the company," reported one source.
Michael Dulaney specialises in oil and gas matters with a particular expertise in LNG projects and was referred to by one source as "a fountain of knowledge."
The Federal Government demands 1000MW of dispatchable capacity investment by April 2023, otherwise it will intervene and build a new gas-fired power station in NSW’s Hunter Valley.
We examine recent amendments made to the Environmental Protection Regulations 1987 (WA) that require proposals involving fracking to be referred to the EPA for assessment.
On 20 August 2020, the Queensland Government announced that it will invest $5 million towards a pre-feasibility study of a potential new gas pipeline from the Bowen Basin.
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