Taha is an associate in our Project Development and Finance group, based in the UAE.
Taha's experience includes advising public and private companies, sponsors, government entities and financial institutions on domestic and cross-border project finance and development, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, PPP and securities matters for clients in the renewable energy, oil and gas, infrastructure and mining industries.
Representation of Ma'aden, a Saudi Arabian state owned diversified mining company, in respect of a joint venture with a foreign mining company for the development of gold deposits for mining and production purposes in Saudi Arabia.*
Representation of the noteholders in a private placement of US$350 million senior secured notes by the minority interest holder in a joint venture arrangement to supplement the financing of continued operations of a portfolio of solar and wind power project in various US states with an aggregate nameplate capacity of over 1,000 MW.*
Representation of the lenders in a US$200 million project refinancing in connection with the continued operation and expansion of a large scale crude and refined products infrastructure hub, including oil terminal and storage facilities.*
Representation of the sponsor member in a US$30 million project financing in a tax equity structure in connection with the development, construction and operation of a portfolio of hydrogen fuel cell electric generating assets located in New York.*
Representation of a consortium of lenders on the US$750 million project financing for the development, constructions and operation of a central utility block consisting of a 108 MW gas-fired cogeneration facility adjacent to a propane dehydrogenation plant in Alberta, Canada.*
Representation of the sponsor in the development of facilities to gather and condition renewable natural gas from various sources for downstream sale to a public gas utility.*
Representation of Royal Bank of Canada on the CAD$660 million project financing for the acquisition by Axium Infrastructure and Manulife Financial Corporation of a 35% minority interest in a portfolio of hydroelectric generating facilities in British Columbia, Canada with a combined aggregate capacity of 303 MW.*
Representation of the selected bidder in the procurement process for the subcontracting of the design and construction of naval defence equipment for the Royal Canadian Navy at a cost of CAD$60 billion.*