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Natalie William

Associate
Paris

Natalie William

Natalie is an associate of the Hogan Lovells Paris office and a member of our infrastructure and project finance/PPP practice. Natalie joined Hogan Lovells after a four-year period in public administration. She assists sponsors, lenders and public authorities on the project finance aspects of concessions and PPPs, particularly energy (wind energy, hydropower) and infrastructure (transport, construction) projects. Natalie concentrates, in particular, on the drafting and negotiation of concession and PFI agreements, and of their construction and O&M subcontracts.

Representative Experience

Assisting Governments in connection with the negotiation of the concessions of the 1,500km Benin- Niger sections of the Rail African Rail Loop (€3bn).

Assistance to the sponsors in connection with the negotiation of a 70MW hydroelectric power plant in Singrobo, Ivory Coast (€100M, ongoing).

Assisting Alstom Wind in connection with the €10 billion first round of French Atlantic offshore windfarms, including the negotiation of the EPC and O&M contracts.

Assisting Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe in bidding for maintenance: 330 MW gas turbine power plant; 500 MW multishaft combined cycle power plant in Tunisia.

Advising SNCF Réseau and the French Government in relation to the tendering of the Tours-Bordeaux demand-based rail concession project (€8000M).

Assisting a consortium in connection with the awarding of a PPP contract relating to construction works and maintenance of Northern Lyon Ring Road (120M€).

Assisting EDF in connection with all construction contracts relating to a new LNG terminal in Dunkirk's Port.

Advising the French Government for the tendering of the highway A45 between Lyon and Saint Etienne concession project (€1200M).

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