Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Cleary Gottlieb and Paul Hastings advised on a $603 million loan to Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Limited, and the restructuring of its outstanding bonds. (Photo: TPHL)
Cathleen McLaughlin, Paul Hastings; Adam Brenneman, Cleary Gottlieb; Carlos Albarracín, Milbank and Hillary Holmes, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. (Latinvex collage)
Cleary, Gibson, Mayer Brown, Milbank, Paul Hastings, Simpson Thacher, Vinson & Elkins advise on energy finance.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Cleary Gottlieb and Paul Hastings advised on a $603 million loan to Trinidad Petroleum Holdings Limited, the state-owned oil company of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, and the restructuring of its outstanding bonds; Milbank represented the banks in the financing of the acquisition of a Argentina thermal power plant for $229 million and a debt assumption of $304 million; Gibson Dunn, Mayer Brown, Simpson Thacher and Vinson & Elkins advised on Mexico-based Vista Oil & Gas' investment agreement to create Aleph Midstream, the first midstream company focusing on Vaca Muerta in Argentina, and Baker McKenzie announced the appointment of new Practice Group and Industry leaders worldwide as well as the promotion of attorneys in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Peru.
Keywords: Argentina, Brazil, Baker McKenzie, Energy, Gibson Dunn, Mayer Brown, Mexico, Milbank, Paul Hastings, Peru, Simpson Thacher, Trinidad and Tobago, Vinson & Elkins