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Swift Current Energy Closes Project Financing on 197 MW Wind Project in Central Texas

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Vinson & Elkins advised Swift Current Energy in the project financing for the 197 MW Castle Gap Wind project located in Mills and Lampasas Counties, Texas.

The wind project is currently under construction and is expected to commence operations in early 2023.

The V&E team was led by partners Eamon Nolan and Mike Joyce, with assistance from associates Maria Rezende Borges, Alyssa Allen, Lauren Chang, Rimal Kacem, Ellen Campbell and Daisy de Wolff. Other key team members include partners Sean Moran, Lauren Collins, Wendy Salinas and Gary Huffman, counsel Mary Alexander and associates Ben Livni and Sarah McIntosh; partner Tzvi Werzberger, counsel Noelle Alix and senior associate Carter Olson; partners Palmina Fava and Dave Johnson, counsel Elizabeth McIntyre, senior associate Allan Bradley and associate Laura Muse; partner Mike Tomsu; partner Matt Dobbins and associates Kelly Rondinelli and Simon Willis; counsel Scot Dixon; counsel Heather Johnson; and partner Sarah Mitchell.

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