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 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."
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.
Our update covers mining, oil and gas, electricity and renewable energy.
A summary of the key findings and recommendations drawn from the Gas Market Inquiry 2017 – 2025 Interim Report released on 17 August 2020 (Report).
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