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Pablo Morales

Associate Carey Isidora Goyenechea 2800, piso 43, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile.
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28 October, 2014


Member of Carey’s Energy Group. His practice is focused on energy projects, including energy supply, transmission, transportation, contracts, regulation, tenders for supply energy to clients subject to energy regulated prices, obtention of lands and permits to develop energy projects, as well as advise in the electric and gas regulation and civil law.


  • Law, Universidad Católica of Chile.
  • LL.M., University of California, Los Ángeles, USA (candidate).

Activities and Memberships

Teaching Assistant of Civil Law, Universidad Católica of Chile (2010-2013).


Chile (2012).


Spanish and English.

Recent Representative Experience

  • Codelco on the judicial constitution of mining easements for its copper project Radomiro Tomic in the north of Chile, specifically regarding the mining legal easements trials against the State of Chile to get the necessary rights to use the surface land for the new projects of Codelco and their facilities.
  • ACCIONA Energía on a purchase agreement for San Gabriel Wind Project, a wind farm of 183MW installed capacity and 61 wind turbine generators, and of Tolchén Transmission Line.
  • Minera Gaby (Codelco) in the negotiation and closing of an agreement with a Chilean – Danish consortium to build, operate and exploit a solar thermal plant and supply of heat for its electro-generation process, that will be the largest solar thermal plant in the world of this type.
  • Several generation companies in the processing of concessions, easements and other permits before the Ministry of National Assets and the Ministry of Energy to build, operate and exploit non-conventional renewable energy plants, their transmission lines and their access roads.
  • An electricity generation company in the construction of a thermoelectric power plant and its viability considering the existing land uses by different territorial planning instruments.
  • Fotones de Chile, a company with Spanish investors, in the negotiation and sale of two photovoltaic energy projects, one of which will supply energy for the astronomical observatory La Silla owned by the European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere (ESO), both transferred to Enel Green Power Chile.

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