Cedric Degreef

Cedric Degreef

Cedric Degreef is a project development lawyer concentrating on energy and climate law, natural resources, and other commodities.

Cedric is well-versed in commercial contracts and regulatory advice. He has relevant expertise in renewable and conventional energy projects (including offshore and nuclear energy), oil and gas, energy efficiency, grid operation and construction, mining, commodity trading, CO2 emission trading, and the EU ETS. Cedric is also the author of several publications on energy law, and he is often a guest speaker at seminars on these subject matters.

Cedric graduated in law from the University of Antwerp (UA) in 2011. He also holds an LL.M. in European Union Law from the University College London (2012). Cedric joined the Brussels office of Stibbe in 2012.

  • Languages: Dutch, English, French
  • Admitted to the Brussels Bar: 2012


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