G+T welcomes former co-head of PwC's global ESG practice to energy and resources team

Clare Pope joins G+T’s partnership in Perth, bringing her expertise in the hydrogen industry

G+T welcomes former co-head of PwC's global ESG practice to energy and resources team

Gilbert + Tobin (G+T) has appointed the former co-head of PwC’s global ESG practice, Clare Pope, as the newest partner on its energy and resources team.

Pope joins G+T’s Perth office, bringing her particular expertise in the hydrogen industry. She is dual-qualified to practise in Australia and the UK, and has provided advice on projects in the energy transition, carbon capture, oil and gas, mining, power, and renewables sectors. 

She has handled green and low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia projects, and has also guided three carbon capture and underground storage projects in Australia. She has worked across Perth, London, Tokyo, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. 

Pope has provided counsel on joint venture agreements, product sales and offtake agreements, shareholders’ agreements, production sharing agreements, power purchase agreements, and infrastructure access and sharing agreements.

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