Tomás Lanardonne is a founding partner and heads the Neuquén office of Argentine law firm Martinez de Hoz & Rueda. He is a transactional and regulatory lawyer with experience in Oil & Gas Law (up-stream, mid-stream and down-stream projects), Electricity Law (generation, transmission, distribution and end-user projects), Renewable Energy Law (small-scale hydroelectric power, biofuels, wind and solar energy projects), and Litigation and International Arbitration (energy-related litigation before Federal and State courts and domestic and international arbitration institutions).
Mr. Lanardonne graduated as a lawyer from the University of Buenos Aires in 2005, where he obtained an Honors Diploma. He also received Postgraduate Degrees in Oil & Gas Law (University of Buenos Aires, 2007) and Administrative Law (Argentine Catholic University, 2008/2009). During 2012/2013, Mr. Lanardonne pursued an LLM in Energy Law & Policy at the University of Dundee (UK), as a British Chevening Scholar.
He has authored several articles on Energy Law, and is a founding member of the first Argentine Journal of Energy Law.