Chantal Carriere is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance Group in the Firm's Houston office. She advises on domestic and international project development and construction and finance in the energy sector. Chantal serves on the Young Negotiators committee of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators, and on the leadership board for the Ladies Association of Recent Alumnae, a sub-chapter of the Alumni Association for the University of Houston Law Center.
Representation of Vitol Inc. on a liquefied natural gas sales and purchase agreement with Tellurian Inc. The SPA is for three million tonnes per annum on a free on board basis at Driftwood LNG for a 10 year period, indexed to a combination of two indices: the Japan Korea Marker and the Dutch Title Transfer Facility, each netted back for transportation charges. The agreement is valued at approximately US$12 billion in revenue over 10 years.
Representation of GreenStruxure, a joint venture of Schneider Electric and Huck Capital, on developing a strategic partnership with ClearGen, a Blackstone portfolio company, whereby ClearGen will provide US$500 million in long-term capital to to GreenStruxture to develop, operate, and maintain on-site renewable energy microgrid systems. Customers of these microgrids will benefit from "energy as a service" solution that provides energy and sustainability solutions with no upfront capital contribution and no operational risks.
Represented Schneider Electric, a global player in energy management and automation, on its US$2.1 billion (₹14,000 crore) acquisition of Larsen & Toubro Electrical & Automation, and on the subsequent consortium between Schneider Electric and Temasek Holdings Private Ltd., Singapore's Sovereign Wealth Fund.
Representation of Schneider Electric, a global player in energy management and automation, on its ₹14,000 crore acquisition of Larsen & Toubro Electrical & Automation business and the subsequent consortium between Schneider Electrics partnership with Temasek Holdings Private Limited, Singapore's Sovereign Wealth Fund. The transaction was named "Cross-Border M&A Deal of the Year (Over US$1 billion)" by the M&A Advisor (2020).
"The Case for a Legislated Market in Minimum Recycled Content for Plastics", Environmental Law Reporter