Hogan Lovells’ cross-border IERP team wins Middle Eastern Oil & Gas Deal of the Year
Hogan Lovells’ work on the successful financing of one of the largest crude oil and petroleum product storage terminals in the Middle East, in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates, has been recognised by Project Finance magazine’s Middle Eastern Oil & Gas Deal of the Year 2013 award.
It involved more than 50 of the firm’s lawyers across three continents and seven offices. The lead partner was James Harris of the infrastructure, energy, resources and projects (IERP) team in Singapore.
In addition to this award, the deal also recently won the Port Finance Law Firm of the Year 2013, which was awarded by Global Transport Finance.
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