Walkers Advises Trident Energy on Proposed US$1 Billion Acquisition

Global law firm Walkers has advised Trident Energy on its proposed US$1 billion acquisition of the Pampo and Enchova oil fields, offshore Brazil, from Petrobras S.A, with financing from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, ING Bank N.V. and Credit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank as initial mandated lead arrangers. Congratulations to Trident Energy for adding another world class asset to its portfolio.

The Walkers Cayman team was led by London Managing Partner Jack Boldarin with support from senior counsel Catherine Overton and senior associate James Denham. The Walkers Jersey team was led by Nigel Weston, with support from senior counsel Jon le Rossignol.

Walkers acted alongside lead transaction counsel, Herbert Smith Freehills, whose team was led by partners Thomas Bethel, Laura Hulett and Pedro Rufino Carvalho, with support from a team including Rakhee Patel, Kate Newman, Sarah Stock, Charlotte Whight and Sarah Teasdale. White & Case’s Tom Bartlett and Radhika Wason advised the initial mandated arrangers on the financing.

JERSEY
Jon Le RossignolSenior CounselT +44 (0) 1534 700 716jon.lerossignol@walkersglobal.com

LONDON
Jack BoldarinManaging PartnerT +44 (0)20 7220 4995jack.boldarin@walkersglobal.com
Catherine OvertonSenior CounselT +44 (0)20 7220 4984catherine.overton@walkersglobal.com
James DenhamSenior AssociateT +44 (0)20 7220 4978james.denham@walkersglobal.com