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Energy and Natural Resources Lawyer Re-Joins Hogan Lovells

16 October 2014

DENVER, 16 October 2014 – Hogan Lovells today announced that Seth Belzley has re-joined the Denver office as counsel in the Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects group. He will also be a member of the Energy and Natural Resources Industry Group. Belzley was an associate from 2005-2008 before serving as the Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel for TransMontaigne Inc.

Belzley brings extensive energy and natural resources industry experience to our corporate team and will be advising companies in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, commercial, and other strategic transactions. Belzley’s commercial transactions practice focuses on advising clients on terminaling and transportation arrangements involving crude oil and refined products; marketing activities, including compliance with antitrust and competition regulations; and trading activities, including forward physical contracts, exchange agreements, and credit-related matters.

“We are excited to welcome Seth back to Hogan Lovells. His corporate experience in the energy and natural resources industry adds to our large corporate offerings in Denver," said Cole Finegan, Managing Partner of Hogan Lovells’ Denver office."

Hogan Lovells' Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects practice is one of the largest and most diverse in the world. Our international network of highly experienced lawyers operates in all key markets. We regularly represent financial institutions, project sponsors, investors, contractors, private equity funds, governments and parastatal bodies, international financial institutions, and export credit agencies on some of the world’s largest and most challenging projects in Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and the United States.

 
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