White & Case Advises Ara Partners on Its Majority Interest Investment in Lincoln Terminal Holdings, LP
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Ara Partners, a leading private equity firm specializing in industrial decarbonization investments, on its majority interest investment in Lincoln Terminal Holdings, LP, a leading renewable fuel logistics and infrastructure provider in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic.
Lincoln is the first investment for Ara’s infrastructure strategy. Based in Greenville, South Carolina, Lincoln owns and operates five strategic rail transloading and storage facilities across four states. Ara’s investment will support significant expansion of the company’s renewable fuel infrastructure footprint.
The White & Case team was led by M&A and Private Equity partners Luke Laumann (New York) and Shiva Sandill (Chicago), and associates Jeff Gilson, Zachary Smith (both in Chicago) and Matt Anderson (New York), and included Debt Finance partner Mark Holmes, and associates Luke Allen, John Cupit, Juliesa Edwards (all in Houston); Project Development and Finance partners Elena Millerman (New York) and Charlie Ofner, and associate Jessica Webb (both in Houston); Employment, Compensation & Benefits partner Henrik Patel (New York), counsel Aaron Feuer (New York) and associates Tyrone Crawford and Otto Nunez-Montelongo (both in Washington, DC); Tax partner Sang I. Ji and associate Brandon Dubov (both in New York); Technology Transactions associate Nashel Jung (New York); Real Estate partner David Pezza (Chicago); Privacy, Data and Cybersecurity partner F. Paul Pittman and associate Mark Williams (both in Washington, DC); and Environmental & Climate Change partner Taylor Pullins (Houston), and associate Pankti Vora (New York). Law clerks Patrick Blake, Dominic Gattuso and Ana Louise O'Sullivan assisted on the matter.
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