David J. Macaulay
David J. Macaulay
Partner at Bennett Jones LLP
(403) 298-3479
(403) 265-7219
855 2nd St SW, Suite 4500, Bankers Hall E, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 1989 (AB)
David is the co-head of the Bennett Jones LLP power and renewable energy practice group. He represents clients in the energy sector, both domestically and internationally. He has significant experience in the development of commercial energy projects in both the renewable and non-renewable sectors, with an emphasis on structuring power projects (solar, biomass, gas, coal, hydro, wind, battery, and other fuels), pipelines, storage (including carbon capture) and other energy infrastructure projects, renewable natural gas and conventional oil and gas projects, as well as joint ventures with Indigenous groups relating to such projects. In respect of Canadian frontier energy projects, David has acted in respect of Mackenzie Valley Pipeline and the Terra Nova and Sable Island offshore projects. Internationally, he has represented clients in the acquisition of significant energy infrastructure assets in Australia and the structuring of power development projects in the United Kingdom, Australia, Mexico, and South America. David has been recommended as a leading energy lawyer by various legal directories including Chambers Global, Chambers Canada, The Legal 500, and The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.
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