Dayioglu Law Firm & International ADR Center represents important players of the energy sector such as oil and gas companies, mining companies, electricity infrastructure service companies, financial institutions and organizations insurance companies, equipment suppliers, contractors and subcontractors, operation and maintenance service providers working in connection with the energy sector before state courts, international institutions and arbitration proceedings.
Dayioglu Law Firm & International ADR Center participates in the resolution of disputes arising from the Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG) Market Law No. 5307, the Electricity Market Law No. 5346, the Law No. 5346 on the Use of Renewable Energy Resources for Electricity Generation, the Petroleum Market Law No. 5015, the Natural Gas Market Law No. 4646, the Law No. 5686 on Geothermal Resources and Natural Mineral Waters, the Law No. 5627 on Energy Efficiency, the Turkish Petroleum Law No. 6491, the Mining Law No. 3219, Law No. 4501 on Principles to be Followed in the Case of Arbitration in Disputes arising from Concession Conditions and Contracts Regarding Public Services, Law No. 3996 on the Making of Certain Investments and Services within the Framework of the Build-Operate-Transfer Model and other national and international legislation and regulations.
Dayioglu Law Firm & International ADR Center provides litigation and consultancy services on a national and international scale in consortium and joint venture establishment in the energy sector, due diligence on the establishment documents of energy companies and projects, project finance, obtaining licenses and permits regarding environmental law in energy and mining activities, follow-up of extension processes, license for the establishment of energy companies, follow-up of applications and amendments, follow-up of works before the Energy Market Regulatory Board, regulation of license agreements, drilling and rehabilitation agreements and concession agreements, execution of tender, storage, customs, import and export transactions in the energy sector and disputes arising from competition law between energy companies as well as those between energy companies public entities.