Locke Lord's project finance and development lawyers represent clients in a wide range of industries, including traditional and alternative energy, mining and metals, oil and gas, waste and water, telecommunications and infrastructure development in both domestic and international projects. Our practitioners are skilled in identifying project risk and advising our clients with respect to optimizing risk allocation.
Our project finance lawyers routinely work with and negotiate the full range of complex commercial and financing documents, including concession and stabilization agreements, EPC and EPCM agreements, off-take, supply and power purchase agreements, O&M contracts, hedging arrangements, parallel debt structures, leasing structures, joint venture, shareholder and other equity ownership arrangements, and debt and security documents, within the United States and throughout the world including Africa, South and Central America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
We have extensive experience in public-private partnerships (PPP or P3). We assist governments/municipalities, public agencies and private clients in procurement, contract structuring, financing and in the preparation and negotiation of design-build contracts on large infrastructure projects involving bidders from around the world.