Nancy Awad | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
 Nancy Awad
 Nancy Awad

Nancy Awad

Associate, London

T +44 20 7532 1370



Nancy Awad is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance Group in the London office. She has experience in international project finance transactions acting for both sponsors and lenders in the power, oil and gas and infrastructure sectors.

Nancy has undertaken secondments in both our Singapore and Istanbul offices.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales


  • Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School
  • Graduate Diploma in Law, BPP Law School
  • BSc, Management & Marketing, University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology (U.M.I.S.T)


  • Arabic
  • English


Turkish Healthcare PPP Programme

Advised  the lenders (including IFC) in connection with the developing and financing of the hospital health campus to be constructed and operated by the company in Kayseri, Turkey. The project consists of a total capacity of 1,548 beds, social facilities and commercial areas, with a value of US$442 million.

A1/A6 Diemen –Muiderberg-Almere Havendreef Motorway

Advised SAAOne, a consortium comprising Hochtief PPP Solutions GmbH, VolkerInfra PPP B.V., Boskalis B.V. and the Dutch Infrastructure Fund (DIF Infra 3 Finance B.V.) on the financing of the €1 billion A1/A6 Diemen-Muiderberg-Almere Havendreef motorway PPP project in the Netherlands. This deal was awarded "2013 EMEA Road Deal of the Year" by Project Finance International.

Ayoun Moussa Power Plant Project

Advising the sponsors in connection with the 2,640 MW coal-fired power generation plant in the Arab Republic of Egypt.

Yeniköy and Kemerköy Power Plants

Advised a syndicate of seven Turkish banks in connection with the limited recourse financing of the privatisation of the Yenikӧy and Kemerkӧy thermal power plants in Turkey.

Nord Stream Pipeline

Advised the joint venture project company Nord Stream AG and the sponsors in the approximately €9 billion (total project cost) construction and development of the Nord Stream Pipeline, two 1,220-kilometer subsea offshore gas pipelines that extend from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea and the exclusive economic zones of Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany. The project debt is €6.4 billion, comprising €3.9 billion in debt financing for Phase I and €2.5 billion in debt financing for Phase II. This deal was selected as "2010 European Midstream Oil & Gas Deal of the Year" by Project Finance and as "2010 Oil & Gas Deal of the Year" by Infrastructure Journal.