Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, December 4, 2019
The Chuchupa field in La Guajira, Colombia, which Chevron now has exited through a deal with Ecopetrol. (Photo: Chevron)
Rubén Kraiem, Covington & Burling; Paola Lozano, Skadden; Jeff Schlegel, Jones Day and Guillermo Uribe, Holland & Knight. (Latinvex collage)
Covington, Holland & Knight, Paul Hastings, Simpson advise Mexico, Brazil deals.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Jones Day and Skadden advised on Chevron’s sale of a stake in two gas fields in Colombia to Colombian state oil company Ecopetrol’s subsidiary Hocol for an undisclosed price; Holland & Knight advised Spanish telecom company Telefónica on its deal with AT&T in Mexico and Mexican real estate investment trust Fibra Uno on its $841 million deal with Finsa; Covington & Burling represented KEPCO and Sprott, two South Korean utilities, in the acquisition of Canadian Solar's 49 percent interest in three solar photovoltaic projects in Mexico and Paul Hastings and Simpson Thacher advised in the 580 million reais (US$140 million) investment by Japan-based Softbank an Brazilian funds Gavea Investimentos (GIF) and Constellation Asset Management in e-commerce software provider VTEX.
Meanwhile, Willkie Farr & Gallagher and Ashurst advised UK infrastructure investor John Laing Group snap up a stake in a Colombian 4G toll road concessionaire for US$80 million, while Baker McKenzie advised Pfizer on the Mexican part of its global JV with GlaxoSmithKline.
Keywords: Baker McKenzie, Covington & Burling, Holland & Knight, ones Day, Paul Hastings, Simpson Thacher, Skadden, Willkie Farr