It's no secret that we are in a world that is continuously combating tough economic challenges. The energy, natural resources and infrastructure finance space is no exception to this.
Our sector team advises clients throughout the full lifecycle of a project. We combine a detailed knowledge of relevant financial structures with an ability to manage and mitigate the commercial, strategic, technical, geographical and political risks that shape and impact the energy and natural resources space.
Embedded within our energy finance practice is our dedicated team of market-leading structured commodity trade finance specialists. Supporting clients on some of the world's largest prepayment and pre-export financings and reserve-based loans, we have a true understanding of the complexities and implications of global sector trends, delivering high-quality, expert advice on all forms of commodity-related financings.
Advising borrowers and lenders alike, we provide a seamless full-service offering to our clients, drawing together our sector, finance and cross-border expertise. Our passion for shaping the future of the sectors, positions us at the forefront of developing innovative financing structures and solutions, often devising complex contractual structures.
Our experience in senior debt, mezzanine and hybrids, as well as our expertise in structured finance and debt capital markets provides us with the foundation to support our clients, and is one of the reasons we regularly take leading roles on the world's largest, high-profile and ground-breaking projects and financings in the sectors.
EDF and wholly owned subsidiary NNB
Advising on the IUK backed project bond finance for the Hinkley Point C nuclear power project in the UK (estimated capital cost of £18bn nominal)
Advising on the platform financing for the development of the £4.2bn Thames Tideway Tunnel project in London (European Infra Deal of the Year 2015 Project Finance International)
Advising on its (up to) US$1.65 billion financing for its minority interest in the US$7 billion OCTP oil and gas project in Ghana with ENI supplying gas for power generation
the lenders in relation to Engie
the lenders on an underwritten bank financing supporting the proposed US$3.9 billion sale of Engie's exploration and production business to Neptune Energy
A group of 23 lenders up to US$5 billion secured loan and letter of credit facility for Lundin Petroleum, based on oil and gas assets in France, Malaysia, Norway and The Netherland
the lenders to the Cintra, Macquarie and Porr consortium
Advising on the construction of two new sections of the D4 and three new section of the R7 Expressway in Slovakia