Alexander Buckeridge-Hocking represents sponsors, governments, and lenders on a range of matters across the capital structure in complex cross-border project development and finance transactions, particularly relating to transitional energy industries and infrastructure sectors.
Mr. Buckeridge-Hocking draws on experience consummating award-winning deals across industries to advise international energy companies, export credit agencies (ECAs), multilaterals, commercial and investment banks, and non-traditional lenders and investors on developing and financing energy and infrastructure projects, including:
- Batteries and energy storage systems
- Hydrogen and ammonia
- Liquefied natural gas (LNG)
- Mining and metals
He leverages his international education and comprehensive understanding of the commercial and cultural frameworks under which his clients operate to effectively negotiate transactions.
A recognized industry leader, Mr. Buckeridge-Hocking serves as a member of a specialist working group participating in the EU-funded LNGnet project on the LNG market’s future transition. He has also collaborated with legal, government, industry, development finance, and civil society leaders to develop Green Hydrogen Contracting for People and Planet, a Green Hydrogen Organisation (GH2) initiative to create standardized contracting practices for renewable energy and green hydrogen projects.
Mr. Buckeridge-Hocking maintains an active pro bono practice, including through the Windrush Legal Clinic initiative, which helps individuals navigate the complex application process to claim financial compensation from the Windrush Compensation Scheme. He has also advised an African government in negotiations with developers regarding green hydrogen projects and investments, and the drafting of legislation for a green hydrogen economy.