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Repsol divests oil pipeline stake to Pampa Energía in Ecuador

Two Latham & Watkins LLP offices and ROBALINO in Quito have helped Spanish energy giant Repsol sell a stake in a crude oil pipeline in Ecuador to Argentina’s Pampa Energía.

26 May 2023

Oil and gas consortium ink investment protection deal in Ecuador

ROBALINO has helped an oil and gas consortium co-led by Santiago-based energy group Geopark and Canadian counterpart Frontera sign an investment protection agreement (IPA) with the Ecuadorean government in relation to a US$42 million exploration project.

23 May 2023

Latin Lawyer Deal of the Year winners announced

Latin Lawyer announced the winners of its 17th annual Deal of the Year Awards at a charity dinner in São Paulo on 11 May, which was attended by over 270 guests.

12 May 2023

Investor security is key for LatAm renewables

Latin American governments need to implement steadfast green energy policies that incentivise investment – or risk missing a crucial window of opportunity to attract foreign capital to the region’s renewables sector – said speakers at Latin Lawyer’s conference in Cartagena last week.

30 March 2023

Last chance to register to our renewables event in Cartagena

A prominent oil & gas partner from Brazil's Cescon, Barrieu, Flesch & Barreto Advogados and the lead renewable energy counsel for IDB Invest will speak at Latin Lawyer Live: Renewable Energy 2023 in Cartagena next month.

14 March 2023

Deal of the Year 2022: the full shortlist

Latin Lawyer will announce the winners of the 17th annual Deal of the Year Awards on the night of our charity awards ceremony at Hotel Unique in São Paulo on Thursday 11 May.

13 March 2023

Deal of the Year: the shortlists for disputes, regulatory and restructuring

Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the deals shortlisted for the disputes, regulatory and restructuring categories of our 17th annual Deal of the Year Awards.

22 February 2023

LatAm partner promotions plunge after previous year’s high

Latin Lawyer has registered a 34% decrease in end-of-year partner promotions at Latin American law firms, while the share of female lawyers reaching the most senior rank at their respective firms has remained in line with last year’s figures.

15 February 2023

Ecuador to pay Perenco arbitration award

Ecuador has agreed to pay Bahamian oil company Perenco its US$412 million International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) award to settle a long-running dispute over a tax on windfall revenues, while in a separate arbitration the state has been ordered to pay US$17 million to a Spanish-led consortium.

04 January 2023

US court dismisses last challenge to LATAM Chapter 11 plan

Dismissing the last remaining dispute over LATAM Airlines’ Chapter 11 plan, the US’s Second Circuit Court of Appeals has addressed for the first time whether a debtor has to pay post-petition interest (PPI) to unsecured creditors to be able to treat them as unimpaired.

20 December 2022

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