Adam Quigley focuses his practice on corporate, commercial and project development matters in the energy, infrastructure, oil and gas and mining sectors. He has experience advising on key corporate, project and financing documents relating to the upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas industry and the mining industry.
Adam also has additional experience advising on the development of a potential FLNG facility and in the power, renewable energy and infrastructure sectors.
Recent Notable Matters
Hillwood International Energy, LP — acquisition of Kerogen Investments No. 7 Limited’s interest in HKN Energy, Ltd, the owner of a 62 percent operated interest in the Sarsang PSC in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Storegga Geotechnologies Ltd — foundation equity financing with Macquarie and subsequent equity financing with GIC, Mitsui and Macquarie
Eni S.p.A. — £405 million acquisition of 20 percent interest in the Dogger Bank (A and B) 2.4 GW offshore wind farm project from Equinor and SSE
Sonatrach — shareholders agreement and feedstock supply arrangements in respect of a $1.2 billion polypropylene production facility in Adana, Turkey*
ENGIE, OMV, Shell, Uniper and Wintershall — financing and gas transportation arrangements for the Nord Stream 2 pipeline*
Provider — charter and O&M agreements for an FLNG facility*
Albertine Graben Refinery Consortium — development of its $ 3 billion refinery project in Uganda*
Arabia One For Clean Energy Investments (a project company formed by Hanwha Engineering & Construction Corporation, Ennera Energy and Arabia Trading and Consulting Company) — project development and financing of the Arabia One project, one of seven solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in Jordan (called the “Seven Sisters”) procured in Round 1 of Jordan’s renewable energy program; named Middle East Renewable Deal of the Year, 2014 and Middle East Overall Project of the Year, 2014 by IJGlobal Middle East
Alcazar Energy Partners — four 50 MW solar projects (AEES1, Delta, Aten and Horus projects) in Round 2 of Egypt’s renewable feed-in tariff programme; named 2017 Global MLA Deal of the Year by Project Finance International
Developers — minority equity investment by a private equity fund in a South African mining company and on related bridge financing, gold stream and offtake arrangements*
JBIC and commercial lenders — development and financing of the expansion of the Facility D IWPP in Qatar*
Consortium of Turkish and Korean sponsors — development and financing agreements for the Çanakkale 1915 bridge in Turkey*
Developer — debt and equity financing and offtake arrangements in relation to the development of a North American cobalt mine*
Sponsors — structuring and financing aspects of the 1,000 MW YEKA solar project in Turkey*
Sponsors — structuring and financing aspects of a hydropower project in Eastern Europe*
* Work completed prior to Bracewell
Publications and Speeches
“United Kingdom: Renewable Energy 2022,” International Comparative Legal Guide, September 2021.