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Infrastructure, Energy, Resources, and Projects

How we help 

The leading global infrastructure, energy, resources, and projects practice. We cover all transactional aspects of your project's lifespan including greenfield development, PPP, M&A, financing, secondaries, refinancing, restructuring, and funds. We have seen and done it all.

Who helps you

During the past three years, our global team has advised on more than US$250 billion of closed infrastructure deals. Our team works on the largest global projects.

We have the biggest dedicated global team with more than 1,000 years of experience. Many have worked in-house. We appreciate the commercial drivers. No team is better qualified to help you.

We are housed in one of the largest global law firms with leading supporting practitioners. We cover all angles.

Hogan Lovells the global change makers

You like to make global impact, frequently inventing the wheel. We do too. That's why we are increasingly asked to help bring global game-changer deals to market. Deals that will:

  • Transform regional trade and hike national GDP
  • Create transformational technology and new financing techniques
  • Impact global policy and improve the regulatory environment
  • Improve people's lives

Having invented the wheel means you don't pay us to reinvent the wheel on the deals that follow.

Who we help

  • Project sponsors
  • Investors
  • Contractors
  • Funds and insurers
  • Governments
  • Financial institutions:
    • International financial institutions
    • Export credit agencies
    • Development financial institutions

Representative Experience

Aéroports de Paris Management on the US$874m acquisition of a 38% stake in TAV Airports Holding.

Alstom on the €12.4bn sale to GE of its power and grid businesses, and its acquisition of GE’s Intelligent Transportation Solutions business.

Asian Development Bank and banks on financing for the renovation, expansion, operation, and management of the US$750m Mactan-Cebu International Airport.

Colorado's High Performance Transportation Enterprise in relation to its PPP project to upgrade U.S. Highway 36.

European Investment Bank on first Concentrated Solar Power project in Morocco (€800m Ouarzazate) and NextEra Energy Resources US$700m Silver State Solar Power South project.

John Laing Environmental Assets Group Limited on establishing a UK energy-focused fund and Dutch Infrastructure Fund on disposing its portfolio of 16 European PPP assets.

NRW.Bank on the co-project financing of the 200 MW Borkum West II offshore wind farm.

On the construction of the onshore facilities of the US$34bn INPEX Ichthys LNG terminal.

On the multibillion, circa 3,000 km-long West African Rail Loop Project connecting Abidjan to Cotonou via Niamey.

On the procurement of hospital facilities, medical equipment, FM services, and clinical services on a PPP basis in Saudi Arabia.

PDVSA on an EPC contract for Process Plants of the Deep Conversion Project of a refinery in Venezuela and US$1bn oil-backed loan from Gazprombank.

Petroecuador on $2.5bn crude oil supply agreement with PetroThailand and a US$509m facility agreement executed by Export-Import Bank of China and Ministry of Finance of Ecuador.

Sport Singapore and the Ministry of Community Development, Youth & Sports on the Singapore National Stadium redevelopment and the subsequent refinancing.

State Company Russian Highways on tender stage, commercial, and financial close of Central Ring Road concession project (3 and 4 sections).

The Shah Deniz Consortium (BP, SOCAR, Statoil, Total, and 3 minority parties) on the US$45bn Shah Deniz Phase 2 Gas Project.

The Simandou mining project in Guinea is the world’s second largest iron mine and potentially the largest infrastructure project ever developed in Africa.

The UK Department for Transport on the £7bn Intercity Express Programme. The procurement of the East Coast and Great Western mainline rolling stock.

Two nuclear contractors on their EPC bids in relation to the new build UK nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point C.


Band 1 for Infrastructure (PFI/PPP)

Chambers UK


Band 1 for Projects (PFI/PPP)

Chambers UK


Energy and Infrastructure Team of the Year

Legal Business Awards


Firm of the Year for Infrastructure (including PFI and PPP)

The Legal 500 UK Awards


Transportation and Infrastructure Deal of the Year

African Legal Awards


Asia Pacific Transport Deal of the Year

PFI Awards


Airport Finance Law Firm of the Year

Global Transport Finance Awards


European Rail Deal of the Year

Infrastructure Journal Awards


Law Firm of the Year

European Gas Awards


Law Firm of the Year

Le Monde du Droit


Global Finance Deal of the Year: Project Finance (Europe)

The American Lawyer


Band 1 for Infrastructure (including PFI and PPP)

The Legal 500 UK


Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Deal of the Year

Infrastructure Journal Awards


Deal of the Year –Renewables

Infrastructure Journal Awards


Best Pathfinder Project

Partnership Awards

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