Valerie Portillo | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Valerie Portillo
Valerie Portillo

Valerie Portillo

Associate, New York

T +1 212 819 8706

E vportillo@whitecase.com

Overview

Valerie Portillo is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance Group in the New York office of White & Case. Ms. Portillo has worked on asset finance and project finance transactions in the power, oil and gas, aviation and infrastructure sectors, representing lenders, borrowers and sponsors in domestic and international transactions.

Bars and Courts

  • New York State Bar

Education

  • JD, Northwestern University School of Law
  • BA, Stanford University

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

Experience

Representation of PV Salvador SpA as the project company and its shareholders Holding Solventus Salvador SpA, Total Nuevas Energías Chile SpA, and Etrion Chile SpA in connection with the development, construction and financing of the 70 MW Salvador solar photovoltaic power project in the Atacama desert region of Chile, the world’s largest merchant solar project. The total project cost is approximately US$200 million.

Representation of the lead arrangers in the financing of the FPSO OSX-2 (Floating Production Storage and Offloading) vessel, which is sponsored by OSX Leasing Group B.V., with a total project cost of US$1.1 billion.

Representation of Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social in connection with the financing of aircraft and aircraft-related assets.

Representation of Aecon Group Inc., Andrade Gutierrez S.A., Airport Development Corporation and HAS Development Corporation (an affiliate of the Houston Airport System) in connection with an approximately US$650 million project involving a long-term concession to operate the existing Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito, Ecuador and to undertake the turnkey construction and operation of a new international airport. Export Development Canada, the Export-Import Bank of the United States, the Inter-American Development Bank and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation provided debt financing for this project.