Craig Rogers is the Managing Partner, Practices for the firm, sitting across all of our Practice Groups and focussing on collaboration to drive growth and efficiencies in how we deliver for our clients.
Craig also has an extensive energy and infrastructure practice, specialising in structuring, development, financing, acquisition and disposal, governance and investment funds and platforms of/for energy, resources and infrastructure assets in Australia and internationally.
He has worked extensively across the spectrum of the commodities markets (physical, financial and synthetic), including natural gas and LNG, oil and oil products, coal, electricity, renewables (solar, wind, pumped hydro) and hydrogen.
Craig has significant experience in transport infrastructure, particularly in rail, port and roads. In energy infrastructure, Craig advises across a wide section of gas infrastructure (pipeline, processing and storage, LNG import/export), electricity transmission (including renewable energy zones) and electricity firming assets (batteries / storage), and hydrogen related infrastructure.
Craig is recognised as a leading lawyer in the energy and natural resources sector by Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific, with clients valuing "his commercial and practical advice".
He is qualified in a number of Australian jurisdictions and in England and Wales and his practice covers both cross-border and domestic projects.
Craig leads the Projects, Infrastructure, Energy and Resources sector and is the Partner in Charge of our Brisbane office.