The Energy Mergers & Acquisitions Review - 2nd Edition

The Energy Mergers & Acquisitions Review - 2nd Edition

Pages: 103

ISBN: 978-1-83862-449-1



  • £350.00

Energy underpins our economy and is central for economic growth globally. Energy makes possible the investments, innovations and new industries that are the engines of jobs, growth and shared prosperity for entire economies. Although fossil fuels remain critical energy resources across the globe, the energy landscape is transforming, and renewable energy continues to play an increasingly important role in helping countries develop modern, reliable and resilient energy systems.

In this book:

Overviews

  • Editors' Preface
    Sean T Wheeler, Kristin Mendoza, Roald Nashi and Robert S Fleishman
    Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Countries

  • Brazil
  • Denmark
  • Hungary
  • Nigeria
  • Singapore
  • United States

Sean T Wheeler, Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Sean T. Wheeler is a corporate partner in the Houston office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. His practice focuses on securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance matters for companies in the energy industry.

He has led more than 30 IPOs since 2010, and, in 2016 alone, advised issuers and underwriters on more securities offerings than any other Texas-based partner.

Sean has been recognized in multiple industry publications including Chambers USA, IFLR1000, Law360, The Legal 500 United States, Texas Lawyer, Texas Monthly and Law and Politics, The Best Lawyers in America and The Am Law Daily.

Kristin Mendoza, Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Kristin Mendoza is a corporate partner in the M&A/Private Equity practice group of the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Kristin is also part of the firm’s Energy & Infrastructure practice group. She represents private equity firms and strategic investors in their M&A activity, including joint ventures, throughout the life cycle of energy and infrastructure assets (e.g., development acquisitions, project financing equity arrangements, acquisitions and dispositions of operating assets), including oil and gas, conventional and renewable power, water and waste management, transportation and logistics and telecom assets. Kristin holds an LL.M. from the University of London, a J.D. from Columbia Law School, an A.M. from Harvard University and a B.A. from Yale University..

Roald Nashi, Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Roald Nashi is a partner in the Washington, DC and Houston offices of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Roald specialises in representing private equity sponsors on various forms of financings of energy and infrastructure assets in the power, oil and gas, mining and petrochemical sectors, including bank and bond financings, preferred equity and other mezzanine financings, leveraged lease, margin loan facilities and tax structured financings. Roald attended Cornell University, where he earned both a law degree and a PhD in logic.

Robert S Fleishman, Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Robert Fleishman is a corporate partner in the Washington, D.C., office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Robert has a leading reputation advising companies on the energy regulatory and compliance aspects of transactions and other energy market activities and defending energy and financial industry participants and individuals in energy markets against charges of market manipulation, particularly before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and other regulatory bodies. His deep knowledge of the electric and gas regulatory and enforcement landscape informs his representation of clients on energy regulatory, enforcement, compliance, transactional, commercial, legislative, and public policy matters and activities.

He has been recognized in energy regulatory law by Chambers USA (2010–2019), Best Lawyers in America, Energy (2007–2018), and The Legal 500 US (2008–2010; 2012–2013; 2015–2019). Robert was named by The National Law Journal to its list of 2017 Energy & Environmental Trailblazers, was honored by the Energy Bar Association (EBA) with the EBA President's Award (2019) and the Paul E. Nordstrom Service Award (2016), and also received the Center for the Advancement of Energy Markets Service Award (2005). Robert served as Editor-In-Chief of the Energy Law Journal from 2005–2019, and is a past President of the Energy Bar Association.


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