Erlend L. Solberg


Erlend L. Solberg

Solberg works in the fields of real property, shipping and the power industry, where he assists clients on contract law, dispute resolution, transactions and company law matters.

He has assisted in a number of transactions involving business enterprises, real property and ships, in connection with which has also undertaken due diligence assignments. He has many years’ experience of assisting venture capital companies. In recent years, he has been involved in the negotiation of several contracts for the procurement and operation of wind turbines.

A substantial portion of Solberg’s work involves projects encompassing large and complex contracts, particularly associated with the power industry and shipping. He has gained extensive experience of international standard contracts, such as various FIDIC standards, Kolemo and Kolemini, as well as BIMCO contracts.

Solberg works extensively with the negotiation, development and framing of contracts. For example, he played a key role in the development of Nye Veier’s Norwegian integrated project delivery (IPD) contract. He also played a key role in the development of the first IPD contract in Norway, in connection with the construction of Vestfold Hospital, also called the Tønsberg Project.

Solberg is a highly skilled lawyer and an efficient case manager. He is an experienced and capable project manager with the capacity to handle a substantial caseload.

Good availability, high work capacity. Good at sorting out what is important.

Client, Legal 500, 2022

What we have done

Shearwater Geoservices acquires streamers and vessels

Shearwater GeoServices Holding AS (“Shearwater”) today announced two transactions to take over marine seismic acquisition assets previously owned by Polarcus, from Tiger Moth AS, a company affiliated with Woodstreet Inc.

Large investment in new wind power in Trøndelag in Norway

On January 3, 2019, TrønderEnergi announced that it will expand with 1 TWh of new wind power in Trøndelag, Norway. This is divided into four projects: Frøya, Hundhammerfjellet (Vikna), Stokkfjellet (Selbu) and Sørmarkfjellet (Flatanger and Osen). The investment is estimated to be approx NOK 3 billion.


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