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Keith D. Larson

Washington, D.C.

Keith D. Larson

As head of the firm's Infrastructure, Energy, Resources, and Projects Practice Group for the Americas, Keith Larson focuses on the development and financing of energy infrastructure projects and strategic transactions in the oil and gas sector. He has counseled clients on power plant, pipeline, Liquified Natural Gas (LNG), and other midstream projects in more than 30 countries throughout the Americas, Africa, and Asia.

He is recognized as a leading lawyer by Chambers Global, The Legal 500, and IFLR. Law360 named him a Project Finance MVP in 2012.

Keith has helped sponsors and LNG purchasers on over 15 LNG projects around the world, representing state-owned oil companies on important upstream and midstream commercial arrangements and financing transactions. He also represents lenders on large power plant project financings.

Prior to joining the firm, Keith was senior legal counsel at Royal Dutch Shell, based at its headquarters in The Hague.

"Keith Larson is 'a breath of fresh air, totally pragmatic, practical and able to come to an agreement quickly and without fuss.."

Chambers USA

Representative Experience

Lead lender counsel to commercial banks on the US$1.1bn GNPower Dinginin power project in the Philippines.

Represented a national oil company on a US$1.5bn oil prepayment financing provided by ICBC, recognized as a "Deal of the Year."

Lead lender counsel to China Development Bank, Sinosure, and commercial banks on the US$1bn GNPower Mariveles power plant financing in Luzon, Philippines.

Advising Venture Global LNG, Inc. on the development of its Calcasieu Pass and Plaquemines LNG export projects in Louisiana.

Advised Dominion Resources on the formation of Blue Racer Midstream, a leading midstream joint venture in the Utica Shale.

Advised a national oil company on a production sharing agreement with a leading UK oil company.

Education and admissions


  • J.D., cum laude, Syracuse University College of Law, 1996
  • M.A., Syracuse University, 1996
  • A.B., Lafayette College, 1993

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • District of Columbia
  • New York


Projects (Nationwide)

Chambers USA


Energy Transactions: Conventional Power

Legal 500 US

2010-2014, 2017

Finance: Project Finance

Legal 500 US


Projects (USA)

Chambers Global


Latin America Energy & Infrastructure



Projects and Energy

Legal 500 Latin America


MVP in Project Finance


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