US$15bn Simandou, on which we are advising the Republic of Guinea, hit a major milestone last week with the signing of the core transaction documents.
We achieved excellent rankings in the Infralogic Q1 2023 league tables with over 50 rankings in the top 20 of their respective categories.
WFW advises on US$15bn Simandou project, world’s largest mining and related infrastructure project5 January 2023
The Simandou project involves the exploitation of four world class iron ore blocks in the southern region of Guinea.
The KPS 12 Vessel supplies energy under a power purchase agreement to the Electricity Company of Ghana.
WFW advised a syndicate of banks on a first of its kind green financing to New Zealand’s state-owned rail operator KiwiRail Holdings Limited.
Stamatis specialises in the areas of project finance, energy and banking and finance and has extensive experience advising both lenders and borrowers.
WFW Italy welcomes new energy and infrastructure project finance Counsel Matteo Trabacchin20 July 2022
Matteo has in-depth knowledge of project finance and acts for investors on project development, M&A and joint ventures transactions.
Simon is widely recognised as one of Asia’s top asset finance lawyers by leading legal and industry journals including Legal 500, Chambers and Airfinance Journal.
The results cement our position as unrivalled legal advisers in the energy & infrastructure sectors.
WFW advises junior lenders and arrangers on loan facility for US$926m acquisition of Shell’s Egyptian oil & gas portfolio4 October 2021
The assets acquired comprise Shell Egypt’s interest in 13 onshore concessions and its share in the Badr El-Din Petroleum Company.