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Construction & Engineering

Experience Highlights

  • Eurochem in the construction, development and $1 billion financing of 2,700 metric-tons-per-day Baltic ammonia plant located in Kingisepp, Russia 

  • Noble Energy, Inc. as project counsel in the development of the Leviathan natural gas field in offshore Israel, including the development, construction and financing of a 2.1 Bcf/d natural gas production platform and associated subsea and tie-back facilities

  • Texas Central Partners as project counsel in the development of a high speed rail project between Houston and Dallas

  • Gulf Coast Ammonia as project counsel in the development and financing of a world-scale ammonia project in Texas 

  • BG Group in the development of a multitrain, multibillion dollar LNG project in Lake Charles, Louisiana, including involvement in the feedstock, off-take, and other project-related agreements

  • Acting on a number of ICC arbitrations in connection with the design and construction of a major maritime project in Central America

  • ChevronPhillips Chemical Company LLC on the development and financing of more than $1 billion petrochemical derivatives facilities in Saudi Arabia, including work on the related EPC contracts

  • Emirates Aluminium Company in connection with its construction, procurement, and technology arrangements for its 1.3 million tonnes per year aluminium smelter at Taweelah in Abu Dhabi, UAE, with a transaction value of approximately $6.4 billion

  • Dyno Nobel Inc. in the development of an $850 million anhydrous ammonia plant in Louisiana, including project development arrangements, real estate and environmental matters, and negotiation of CO2 and ammonia offtake agreements

  • STAR Rafineri A.Ş. a subsidiary of the State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR) and its sponsors on the development and financing of a $6.3 billion greenfield oil refinery in Turkey on the Aegean Sea. This is the largest project financing in Turkey and involves the largest and most diverse group of ECAs for any multi-source financing in Turkey to date. The STAR project sets new benchmarks for project financings in Turkey in terms of amount and tenor of facilities. The Project won 10 awards including Infrastructure Journal’s “European Oil and Gas Deal of the Year 2014”

  • A joint venture among Korean Gas Corp (KOGAS), Lotte Chemical, STX Energy and Uzbekneftegas, on the development and the Asian Development Bank, KEXIM and KSure led financing of the approximately $3.9 billion Surgil upstream gas and petrochemicals project, Project Finance International’s “Petrochemical Deal of the Year 2012”, Infrastructure Journal’s “Oil and Gas Deal of the Year 2013”, The American Lawyer’s “Global Finance Deal of the Year: Project Finance (Asia) 2014” and the largest project financing in Central Asia