The Infrastructure Development practice counsels clients worldwide on the full range of corporate, financial and regulatory issues affecting their respective industries.
Our clients act as project sponsors, investors, lenders, developers and state entities and operate in a wide array of sectors, including power (hydro, gas, LNG, wind and geothermal), water and wastewater, petroleum and petrochemicals, transportation (airports and ports, maritime, railroads and toll roads) and mining.
Infrastructure development lawyers at Curtis are well prepared to address the issues that inevitably arise during infrastructure projects, including financing, environmental and tax issues.
The practice handles a broad range of domestic and international transactions, including some of the world’s largest and best-known project finance transactions and projects in the international petroleum and power industries. The latter take the form of build, lease and transfer (BLT), build, own and operate (BOO), build, own, operate and transfer (BOOT) or adaptations of the foregoing, particularly in light of local legal requirements.
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