Publish in Legal Briefs - Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Last year 67 percent of the total natural gas imports (both LNG and pipeline imports) arrived in Chile through GNL Quintero (photo). Milbank and White & Case advised on the $611 million sale of an 80 percent stake. (Photo: GNL Quintero)
Bill Parish, White & Case; Randy Bullard, Morrison & Foerster and Gerold Niggemann, Hughes Hubbard. (Latinvex collage)
DLA, Cooley, Gunderson Dettmer, Hughes Hubbard, Latham, Morrison & Foerster advise LatAm deals.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Milbank and White & Case are advising the $661 million purchase of an 80 percent equity stake in Chilean liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification terminal GNL Quintero by US-based energy and infrastructure investor EIG and Belgium-based energy infrastructure company Fluxys; Cooley and Latham & Watkins advised a $40 million Series B financing round for Oxio aimed in part at expanding its business in Mexico and Brazil; Hughes Hubbard and Morrison & Foerster advised on the $25 million Series A funding round for Brazilian social commerce platform Trela; Cooley and Gunderson Dettmer advised on the $11.5 million seed round for Latitud, the fastest growing tech entrepreneurship platform in Latin America and DLA Piper represented Brazilian bank Itaú in its recent acquisition of minority stakes in Uruguayan fintech companies Prex and Paigo.
Keywords: Brazil, Chile, Cooley, DLA Piper, Gunderson Dettmer, Hughes Hubbard, Latham & Watkins, M&As, Mexico, Milbank, Morrison & Foerster, Uruguay, White & Case