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Haynes and Boone

Serge Agbre

Serge Agbre



  • Commodities
  • Energy Regulatory
  • Energy, Power and Natural Resources
  • Greenhouse Gases (GHG)

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Haynes and Boone
D.C., U.S.A.

Serge Agbre is an energy lawyer focusing on commodities trading transactions and regulation in the power and renewables and oil and gas sectors. His practice includes negotiating, reviewing, and drafting contracts for energy transactions involving standardized master agreements and customized bilateral agreements.

He additionally has experience advising electric, natural gas, and other energy industry participants in a variety of matters before FERC and CFTC, as well as in related judicial appeals. His representations include enforcement matters, rate proceedings, certificate proceedings, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) matters connected to gas infrastructure projects, as well as reliability standard and enforcement matters.

Serge has coauthored more than 40 publications concerning various developments in the energy industry, including pipeline infrastructure and LNG projects, electric power and renewables, and FERC enforcement trends. He has also co-hosted several webinars on these topics.

Bar Admissions

District of Columbia; New York; New Jersey
Areas of Practice

Commodities | Energy Regulatory | Energy, Power and Natural Resources | Greenhouse Gases (GHG) | Project Finance and Development | Regulatory Compliance


COVID-19 Force Majeure Under Long-Term LNG Contracts
Haynes and Boone, April 2020

In their March 3, 2020 Law 360 article, our colleagues, Rob Patterson and Shu-Shu Wong, commented on the trend of certain buyers evaluating the feasibility of invoking force majeure as an excuse for not performing their purchase obligations under their liquefied natural gas long-term sale and purchase agreements (LNG SPAs) due to the COVID-19 outbreak...

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