The Camden solar PV portfolio comprises the 50 MW Grange project in Newark, Nottinghamshire, and the 50 MW South Lowfield project in Fleetham, North Yorkshire.
The investment will help to build a nationwide network of refuelling stations that will allow heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) to run on carbon neutral fuel.
WFW advises NatWest on £110m loan to Bluefield for acquisition of 64.2 MW UK solar portfolio15 September 2020
The portfolio comprises 15 operational photovoltaic (PV) plants, eight of which are located in the south west of England, two in west Wales and five in central and eastern England.
This was a complex tri-partite arrangement with Bondcare taking full control of Darrington’s operational care home business, and Target REIT taking over the real estate freeholds of five care homes.
WFW advises lenders on US$3bn RBL facility to support Chrysaor’s acquisition of ConocoPhillips’ North Sea assets30 September 2019
The acquisition makes Chrysaor one of the largest net oil and gas producers in the UK North Sea.
We advised long-term client Chaarat Gold Holdings Limited on the acquisition and related financing of Kapan Mining and Processing CJSC, which owns a medium-sized polymetallic mine in the Republic of Armenia.
We are delighted to have advised Chaarat on this acquisition, which will turn Chaarat cashflow-generative in a single step and represents an important first step in their M&A strategy.
Well regarded securities litigation and dispute resolution expert Thomas Ross has joined the firm’s London Dispute Resolution group as a Partner.
We are delighted to have advised the Blue Energy team on this important transaction for them and the UK renewables sector.
WFW advises lenders on US$1.5bn RBL facility to Chrysaor for North Sea acquisition from Shell1 February 2017
International law firm Watson Farley & Williams (“WFW”) has advised a syndicate of banks consisting of. . .