Gabrielle Goodrow

Associate, New York

Biography

Overview

Gabrielle is an associate in the Firm's Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance group based in the New York office. Her practice focuses on advising lenders, borrowers and project sponsors on the development, acquisition and financing of energy and infrastructure projects, with an emphasis on public private partnership infrastructure development and renewable energy projects.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
Education
JD
Duke University School of Law
BA
Public Health
Brown University
Languages
English
French

Experience

Representation of the Geysers Power Company in the $1.1 billion climate bond certified financing of the Geysers geothermal power generating facilities in California, one of the largest portfolio of renewable energy assets in the United States.

Representation of the concessionaire and issuer with regard to the issuance of just over $1.0 billion of Senior Secured Notes used to refinance existing construction financing related to the development of a major water transmission pipeline in the southern United States, one of the largest P3 water projects in North America.

Representation of the lenders in the $51M refinancing of a portfolio of fifteen operating commercial and industrial (C&I) solar power assets located in the southeastern U.S. (aggregating 92MW) owned and operated by one of the largest developers and operators of utility scale solar assets in the U.S.

Representation of Freeport LNG in connection with US $3.4 billion refinancing of the senior secured loans incurred by Freeport LNG to initially finance the development and construction of the third liquefaction train of the multi-train natural gas liquefaction and LNG export facility at Quintana Island near Freeport, Texas.

Representation of the lenders in connection with the provision of a US$100 million term loan facility and a US$100 million revolving credit facility to a domestic borrower operating bulk liquid storage facilities located in the Midwestern US and Canada, along with the subsequent US$134 million incremental increase and integration of additional operating assets.