Legal Counsel CCU/CCS


Munich, Germany

Your responsibilities

  • As Legal Counsel CCU/CCS (f/m/d) you provide operative legal support, including coordination of all legal matters related to the origination, development, and operation of EEP's new CCUS business in Germany and other European countries
  • The role will require an experienced project lawyer capable of drafting and negotiating contracts in a lead role at all parts of the project value chain, from customer-facing agreements, finance-related documentation, through to logistics and supply chain contracts, all under a diverse range of national and international standard and bespoke contract forms
  • You create new contractual solutions to ensure risk management, commercial viability, and bankability along the whole CCUS value chain in contracts with partners, suppliers, and other stakeholders, all in compliance with E.ON's policies
  • You identify and mitigate legal risks deriving from cooperation with public stakeholders
  • You coordinate with all members of E.ON's Infrastructure Solutions business across Europe in helping to resolve the day-to-day commercial, technical, and legal issues
  • You coordinate with other members of E.ON's legal teams as well as other support functions to ensure consistent application of E.ON's processes
  • You mandate, instruct, as well as manage external lawyers in accordance with agreed budgets

Your profile

  • German fully qualified lawyer (both state examinations well above average) with at least 5 years of experience as project lawyer gained from an international law firm and/or in-house in the energy industry or in CCUS related businesses (e.g. oil and gas, hydrogen, ammonia or LNG)
  • Relevant experience advising, drafting and negotiating in common law and civil law jurisdictions
  • Strong organisational, analytical and negotiation skills, combined with pragmatism and a strong commercial sense credible in front of business and customers alike
  • The ability to work autonomously as the main project legal support, but work effectively imbedded within inter-disciplinary teams of international professionals
  • The ability to manage a varied and demanding workload, with patience and humour is essential
  • German and English language skills to negotiation level are essential with demonstrable experience of drafting and negotiating in German and English
  • Candidates should be prepared to undertake frequent travel within Europe

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