Corrs energises partnership with ENR stars

The new partners hail from leading global firms Allens and Shearman & Sterling

Corrs energises partnership with ENR stars
Tracey Greenaway, Anthony Lepere

Corrs Chambers Westgarth has expanded its partnership with the addition of two energy and natural resources (ENR) experts.

Tracey Greenaway has over two decades of global experience in advising on oil and gas and LNG matters. She has provided guidance on various project developments, joint ventures and M&A matters.

She has worked on upstream oil and gas exploration and development, midstream transportation and storage infrastructure, large-scale LNG import and export infrastructure and commodities marketing and trading.

Prior to making the move to Corrs, Greenaway logged nearly 10 years as a partner at Allens. She also served as Shell’s senior in-house counsel, operating in Europe and Australia.

Corrs described her as “a leading specialist in the sector who combines in-depth industry knowledge with a focus on commerciality.” She will be based in the firm’s Perth office.

Anthony Lepere comes to Corrs from a stint as global energy and infrastructure partner at Shearman & Sterling (London). He focuses on corporate and project development in the ENR sector.

He has worked on matters involving energy transition and digital assets regulation, as well as “business-critical” concerns. His clients include mining industry stakeholders, management teams and governments.

He will work from Corrs’ Melbourne branch.

“We are very pleased that Tracey and Anthony are joining Corrs to further enhance our capabilities in the energy and natural resources sector,” CEO Gavin MacLaren said. “At a time of considerable activity in the market, our clients in this area will benefit from their extensive experience.”


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