Recent key legal and regulatory changes in Brazil are influencing opportunities and demand in the offshore sector, the impact of which is discussed further in this article.
Partners Titus Edjua and Jan Mellmann attended the recent Africa Oil Week conference in Cape Town. They discussed our current work in Africa as well as the opportunities that Africa holds for a firm such as ours in the future.
In this article we evaluate the benefits and key features of the Sustainability Linked Loan Principles.
Gerrit Bartsch explores the European Court of Justice’s decision to rule that offshore jack-up drilling rigs do not benefit from the VAT exemption for vessels which are engaged in the international shipping and maritime transport sector.
Corin Ricketts’s practice focusses on disputes in the shipping, trade and commodities, energy and offshore oil and gas sectors.
WFW advises lenders on US$3bn RBL facility to support Chrysaor’s acquisition of ConocoPhillips’ North Sea assets
The acquisition makes Chrysaor one of the largest net oil and gas producers in the UK North Sea.
The partnership intends to expand its chemical tanker pools as well as initiate and grow independent pools in other classes of ships.
We advised OMP, a leading maritime and offshore energy institutional investor, on its acquisition of US$35m of Series G Redeemable Convertible Perpetual Preferred Shares of Tsakos Energy Navigation.
COSCO Tanker and COSCO Shipping Tanker (Dalian) Seaman and Ship Management Co., as well as four other Chinese companies, have been placed on the list of “Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons by the US Office of Foreign Assets Control. This article looks into the effects of these sanctions.
Christian Bauer has extensive experience advising on both domestic and cross-border construction and project agreements.