Advising BG Group on the £47bn recommended cash and share offer by Royal Dutch Shell.
This is the second largest energy-sector transaction of all time, after Exxon’s merger with Mobil. And at the time, it was the largest ever takeover of a UK-listed company.
Advising Essar on the $12.9bn sale of 49 per cent of Essar Oil to Rosneft, and a further 49 per cent to a consortium of international investors, including Trafigura and United Capital Partners.
Essar Oil operates India’s second largest refinery and largest private sector oil retail network. The transaction also includes the Vadinar port and related infrastructure.
The deal will be the single largest tranche of foreign direct investment in India.
Representing ConocoPhillips in its precedent-setting ICSID arbitration against Venezuela.
One of the largest investment treaty arbitrations in history, the case concerned the expropriation of three oil investments collectively worth tens of billions of dollars.
A favourable award on liability has been obtained.
Advising Vattenfall on the sale of its German lignite operations to Czech energy company EPH and its financial partner PPF Investments.
The sale was the largest and most complex transaction in the European energy sector in 2016.
Advising Xstrata on its $90bn merger with Glencore – the largest transaction of all time in the mining industry.
The transaction created a vertically integrated super-major, fundamentally changing the industry and cementing our reputation for handling the biggest, most complex deals in the market.
Advising Canada's Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Public Sector Pension Plan on their joint venture with Santander to acquire a global portfolio of Santander's renewable energy projects.
The portfolio includes onshore wind and solar assets in the UK, Europe, Latin America and the US valued at over $2bn, along with substantial commitments for future projects.
Advising the lenders on the financing of a greenfield liquefied natural gas-to-power project in Malta.
The project includes the construction of a 200MW combined cycle gas turbine plant, and liquefied natural gas receiving, storage and regasification facilities.
The power plant will be the first to be owned and operated by the private sector in Malta.