Projects, Energy and Infrastructure in Germany
Our Projects, Energy and Infrastructure lawyers advise sponsors, governments, construction companies and lenders on projects and project financings throughout the world. Fielding over 70 partners and 150 lawyers globally, we provide a truly integrated service on all aspects of project work, thanks to our ability to draw on specialist skills in all relevant areas of law.
Allen & Overy is independently recognised as a global leader in projects. According to Dealogic Projectware, our team has consistently closed more project finance deals globally than any other law practice since 2000.
We advise in all sectors, locally and internationally (inbound and outbound), including oil and gas field development, refineries, power generation (conventional and renewable) and transmission, mining, social infrastructure, motorways and bridges, water and waste, transit systems, rail infrastructure, water treatment, airport construction and telecommunications.
Our lawyers have a reputation for their technical ability, commercial approach and comprehensive service. We advise on project structures, conducting legal due diligence, risk allocation and reviewing the bankability of project agreements to reassure clients before they go ahead with a deal.
News and insights
News: 06 July 2022
Allen & Overy (A&O) advised the Inter-American Investment Corporation (IDB Invest) as the sole purchaser in an issuance by Banco Promerica S.A., El Salvador (Banco Promerica) of the first sustainable…
News: 27 June 2022
Allen & Overy has advised a consortium of lenders on the GBP110 million senior debt financing for InstaVolt, which will support the growth and development of its rapid electric vehicle (EV) charging…
News: 23 June 2022
Allen & Overy (A&O) advised Carlyle, JLC Infrastructure, Ullico and Ferrovial (the consortium) on the USD9.5 billion transaction for developing, constructing and operating the new terminal one at John…
Notable focus on the renewable energy sector, advising on national and cross-border mandates, drawing on its strong European network.
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