February 1, 2019
Law360 named Gibson Dunn one of its five Energy Groups Of The Year [PDF] for 2018. The practice group was recognized for securing deals in the renewable energy space and handling a range of complex financial transactions and litigation. The firm’s Energy practice was profiled on February 1, 2019.
Gibson Dunn’s Energy and Infrastructure Practice Group advises clients in every stage of the development, construction, financing, acquisition, ownership and operation of energy and infrastructure projects and in connection with a wide variety of M&A, financing, investment, joint venture and other transactions involving energy and infrastructure companies of all types. Our group has substantial practical experience, knowledge and capabilities in all aspects and phases of: utility, power, pipeline and other oil and gas M&A, investment, joint venture and financing transactions, including master limited partnership (MLP), YieldCo, tax equity, hedging and other complex transactions; conventional power projects, including natural gas, combined cycle, coal, oil and nuclear facilities; renewable power projects, including solar, wind, geothermal, biomass and hydroelectric; electric energy transmission, interconnection and distribution; toll roads, water facilities, ports, airports, bridges, tunnels and other infrastructure projects; oil and gas (upstream, midstream and downstream), including E&P projects, pipelines, storage facilities, liquid natural gas (LNG) and other import/export facilities; power marketing, trading and hedging; mining; and petrochemical facilities, including fertilizer, polyethelene and LNG.
Our internationally recognized Oil & Gas team brings multidisciplinary, multijurisdictional knowledge and experience to a full spectrum of oil and gas assignments. We offer seamless advice and counseling, technical excellence, creativity, market knowledge, and unique insight on the most sophisticated matters, including: energy M&A (both private and public company-level and asset-level acquisition and divestitures); oil and gas transactional matters (including sophisticated joint ventures, farmouts, carry and earning agreements, and drillcos); capital markets (including public and private debt and equity, and MLPs, YieldCos and UpCs); resource fund formation; private equity (including sponsor-level, management team, and portfolio company engagements); asset-level finance (including reserve-based lending, acquisition finance, project finance, and hedging); restructuring; project development; infrastructure projects; and tax (including oil and gas and partnership; net profits structures, MLPs, YieldCos and UpCs).