10 July 2019
Five law firms have helped oil companies Riverstone, Vista Oil and Southern Cross establish and invest in a midstream company focused solely on the Vaca Muerta shale deposit in Argentina.
17 June 2019
Mayer Brown LLP in New York and Garrigues in Madrid and Santiago have helped US energy investor Arroyo obtain acquisition financing worth US$70 million to buy and construct solar projects in Chile.
14 June 2019
Argentina must change its legal framework if the country is to become a prime exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG), heard delegates at Latin Lawyer Live 10th Annual Oil & Gas, which took place in May at the Park Hyatt in Buenos Aires.
12 June 2019
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in New York and Ritch, Mueller, Heather y Nicolau, SC have helped steel company Altos Hornos de México obtain a US$575 million loan.
03 June 2019
Ecuador’s state-owned Banco del Pacífico has hired Hogan Lovells LLP in New York to obtain a US$150 million loan.
02 April 2019
Mayer Brown LLP in Chicago and São Paulo and Alfaro, Ferrer & Ramírez in Panama City have helped local financial institution Global Bank obtain a US$60 million credit line from IDB Invest to increase its lending to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
29 March 2019
Gunderson Dettmer Stough Villeneuve Franklin & Hachigian in Silicon Valley and New York; Mayer Brown LLP in Chicago and Mexico City and Kuri Breña Sánchez Ugarte y Aznar in Mexico City have helped Mexican fintech company CrediJusto obtain a US$100 million loan to expand its lending to local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
27 March 2019
Mayer Brown LLP in Houston and Mexico City has helped a local subsidiary of Repsol secure 760,000 barrels of storage capacity in three fuel storage projects in Mexico.
20 March 2019
Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes SC has helped 10 banks refinance an unsecured loan agreement with Mexican real estate investment trust FIBRA Prologis, increasing its value from US$250 to US$290 million and extending its term.
03 January 2019
An International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) tribunal has ordered the consortium working on a project to expand the Panama Canal to reimburse US$847 million in advances paid by the Panama Canal Authority – the second award in favour of the state entity in one of the numerous cases filed over the project.