Kamil Iwicki


Attorney-at-law and graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznan and the National School of Public Administration in Warsaw, Kamil also graduated in “Advanced Security Studies” from the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies (Garmisch – Partenkirchen, Germany) and carried out postgraduate study in “Public Procurement Law” at the University of Warsaw.

Kamil Iwicki – legal advisor

Kamil specializes in legal advice for companies from the energy industry, covering, in particular, regulatory issues in the gas, power and renewable energy sectors.

He has extensive experience in the implementation of investment projects in the above-mentioned sectors, with particular emphasis on innovative investment projects in the renewable energy sources sector, including renewable gases (biomethane and hydrogen).

He has participated in the development of numerous draft legal acts regulating the functioning of  the natural gas and power market, with particular emphasis on renewable energy sources.  He has extensive legislative experience in the development of bills regulating the functioning  of the above markets, including drafts of the Energy Law, the Act on Renewable Energy Sources, the Act on Stocks of Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas and on the rules of conduct in situations of threat to the fuel security of the state and market disturbances.  He has also participated in the development of a number of lower-ranking legal acts, in particular the regulation on the detailed conditions for the operation of the gas system, the regulation on the technical conditions to be met by gas networks, as well as the regulation on detailed rules for the formation and calculation of tariffs for gaseous fuels and settlements in the trade in gaseous fuels.

In addition, he has participated in the concept of developing the market of renewable energy sources, including the functioning of the prosumer market and energy communities, as well as the use of renewable gases such as biomethane and hydrogen in the natural gas and power sectors. He participated in the project, “Partnership for the development of biogas and biomethane” organized with the participation of the Ministry of Development and Climate.

He advised on issues related to the implementation by companies operating in the natural gas sector of Regulation No 715/2009 of 13 July 2009 on conditions for access to natural gas transmission networks and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1775/2005, as well as Commission Regulation (EU) No 312/2014 of 26 March 2014 establishing a network code on gas balancing in transmission networks.

He has participated in the development of a number of contract templates used in the natural gas sector, including, amongst others, a model contract for the provision of gas fuel distribution services, a template of the Inter-Operator Distribution Agreement (MUD), a template for a contract for connection to the network, a template for a comprehensive agreement, as well as a template for the sale of gaseous fuels at a virtual point. In addition, he participated in the development of documents such as the ‘Instruction on the Operation and Operation of the Distribution Network of the Distribution System Operator’, the ‘Regulations for the Provision of Storage Services of the Storage System Operator’, and the ‘Plan for Introducing Restrictions on the Consumption of Natural Gas’. He has repeatedly participated in advising on tariff formation.

He has experience working in the Department of Oil and Gas of the Ministry of Economy.