Ryan Ogg is an associate in the Infrastructure Projects and Energy team in the London office of Addleshaw Goddard LLP. Ryan qualified as a solicitor in February 2022 and has acted on several large infrastructure and energy projects since qualification. He is developing an expertise on large international energy projects, public procurement and infrastructure projects. Ryan is a member of the firm's carbon sub-sector group, focusing on the trade of carbon credits in the voluntary carbon markets and providing general advisory services to clients. Ryan is currently on secondment to AG's Dubai office and primarily focuses on work originating in the Middle East. Having lived in Tanzania for 5 years, he is particularly familiar with East Africa and regularly works with the firm's Africa Group on projects located in Africa.
Ryan completed is training contract at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, sitting in: (1) Commercial Constructions (London, UK), (2) Real Estate Finance (London, UK), (3) Construction Disputes (Abu Dhabi, UAE), and (4) Energy, Environment and Infrastructure (London, UK).
Prior to beginning his training contract, Ryan completed the Legal Practice Course at the University of Law after graduating from the University of Oxford with a BA in Jurisprudence.
- Advised a state-owned oil and gas corporation in West Africa on the sourcing of funding and technical services for the commercial exploitation of a greenfield site.
- Advised Fountain Hydro Power Corp. on the refinancing of the 58 MW Bajo Frio hydropower plant in Panama.
- Advised a European hydropower developer on the ongoing project finance matters relating to a 187 MW hydropower plant in Eastern Europe.
- Advised a large renewables energy company on the review and negotiation of a standard form power purchase agreement and related project documents to be used on proposed solar projects in Zimbabwe.
- Advising an international project developer on the negotiation of a power purchase agreement and related project documents to develop a 30 MW solar facility in East Africa.
- Advising a government department in the Middle East on the public procurement process for an impendent power generation and water desalination plant.
- Advising a government department in the Middle East on the public procurement process for a seawater desalination facility.
- Advising a global energy and commodities firm on the purchase and onward sale of carbon credits from various sustainability projects worldwide, including the negotiation of primary and secondary purchase agreements and legal / regulatory due diligence reviews.
- Advising a large financial institution on the nature of carbon credits and the key legal considerations for their business activity.
- Advising a carbon finance consultancy firm as part of an external audit to determine the compliance of a given project with the applicable VERRA methodology.
- Advising a large social infrastructure fund in the UK on the ongoing management of its PFI social infrastructure portfolio, including asset management of schools, hospitals and other large social infrastructure assets.
University of Law, Moorgate – London, United Kingdom Aug’18 – Jun’19
LLM+ Legal Practitioners Course (“LPC”)
Graduated from the one-year LPC course. Awarded a distinction upon graduation.
University of Oxford – Oxford, United Kingdom Oct’15 – Jun’18
BA in Jurisprudence (Law)
Graduated from a three-year course in Jurisprudence (Law) at the University of Oxford. Awarded a 2:1 classification upon graduation.