• Oando plc on its $1.9 billion agreement to acquire four ConocoPhillips subsidiaries which hold its entire upstream position in Nigeria along with its shareholding in the Brass LNG project. When completed, the transaction will represent the largest upstream acquisition made by a Nigerian indigenous company.
  • The contractor group of a producing gas field in Tanzania on its $3billion long term gas supply agreement to the Government.
  • Samsung Heavy Industries in respect of its joint venture arrangements to develop, construct and finance a 10,000 ton per year fabrication yard and quay wall suitable for the performance of fabrication and module integration works in the context of the Egina FPSO (valued in excess of $ 3 billion).
  • Melrose Resources plc in relation to its reverse takeover of Petroceltic International plc, with the newly consolidated entity holding assets in in Algeria, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Italy, Egypt, Bulgaria, Turkey and Romania.


  • The sponsors on the project and financing to construct a tank farm, pipeline and offshore mooring point at Tema, Ghana.
  • An international oil company in relation to its proposed project to construct an offshore mooring system (constituting a SBM, pipeline and storage terminal) in the Lekki Free Trade Zone in Nigeria.
  • A private company in connection with its investment in a project company with rights and assets to develop a gas to methanol plant to be located in the State of Louisiana. The investment provided funds to advance the project to final investment decision.
  • LBC Tank Terminals, LLC in its investment in a 50/50 limited liability company Seabrook Logistics, LLC (JV) with Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P. (NYSE: MMP) to own and operate crude oil storage and pipeline infrastructure in the Houston Gulf Coast area. LBC Tank Terminals is one of the largest global operators of bulk liquid storage facilities for chemical petroleum products and base oil products.


  • Valero on its $1.7 billion acquisition of Chevron UK. The purchase included the Pembroke oil refinery (one of Europe's largest and most complex refineries), approximately 1,000 Texaco-branded retail service stations, a commercial and industrial fuels business, aviation refuelling business, shareholdings in various storage and aviation-refuelling facilities and pipelines, along with related support operations.
  • Puma Energy on its acquisition from Exxon Mobil of its integrated downstream business in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, El Salvador and Belize. The purchased businesses include a network of approximately 290 fuel service stations and eight fuel storage terminals, a substantial business-to-business network, four aviation fuel supply businesses, and two marine fuel supply businesses and two of the three refineries in the region. We also advised on the acquisition financing for this deal.
  • Puma Energy on its acquisition of BP's downstream business in Tanzania, Botswana, Malawi, Namibia and Zambia. The acquired businesses include supply of commercial fuels, aviation fuel and lubricants; a retail network of almost 190 service stations; and the ownership/operation of various storage, import and aviation refueling terminals. We also advised on the $175 million limited recourse acquisition financing for this deal.