Stacey is a Partner at leading Infrastructure & Energy law firm Pinsent Masons LLP. He is listed as a Leading Individual in the Construction Sector in both the Legal 500 and Chambers directories. Those directories highlight that Clients say he is "a leader in the field", "absolutely brilliant", and "with a great ability to apply his exceptional knowledge of the law to realistic situations". He specialises in resolving the legal and practical issues relating to major Construction & Engineering projects, as well as Net-Zero & Low Carbon solutions / projects.
He provides pragmatic advice and training to all members of the Construction Industry on Project Procurement/Structuring, Managing Projects, Contract Negotiation and Drafting, as well as on Dispute Avoidance/Resolution.
Stacey advises on some of the most high profile projects in the UK including the c£700m Drax Power c2000MW Biomass Conversion, the White Rose Carbon, Capture & Storage project and the $6bn Greater Manchester Waste Management Project. He also advises on major projects outside of the UK, such as advising the Operator of one of the World's largest off-shore gas-fields on multi-million pound contracts associated with upstream gas-field development.
His clients includes Construction & Engineering Contractors, Power Developers, Universities, Banks, Process Plant Owners, Investment Companies, National and Local Government Bodies / Agencies, Manufacturers and Industry Bodies.
Specialties: Stacey has advised on a substantial number of major Construction & Engineering projects, across a variety of sectors, including CCUS, Oil & Gas, Hydrogen plant, Waste, Roads, Renewable Energy, Education, Social Housing and Development Projects.
Stacey regularly gives/hosts presentations on Infrastructure & Energy Law topics. He has a particular interest in the development/implementation of Decarbonisation strategies, Energy technologies, Partnership/Alliancing Structures and the development of efficiencies across the Construction industry.