Slaughter and May advised Wren House Infrastructure Management Limited on the acquisition of North Sea Midstream Partners Limited from funds managed by ArcLight Capital Partners25 Sep 2018
Slaughter and May advised Wren House Infrastructure Management Limited on the acquisition of North Sea Midstream Partners Limited from funds managed by ArcLight Capital Partners. The firm also advised on the acquisition financing and related management equity arrangements.
NSMP owns a 67% operated interest in the SIRGE pipeline that transports natural gas from the prolific West of Shetland basin and a 100% operated interest in the FUKA pipeline that transports gas from the SIRGE pipeline and various fields in the Northern North Sea. NSMP also owns a 100% operated interest in the associated St. Fergus Gas Terminal as well as the Teesside Gas Processing Plant, which processes gas from the Central North Sea and Southern North Sea.
Wren House is a leading global infrastructure investment manager.
NSMP’s management team was advised by Macfarlanes (Ian Martin and Tom Crill)
Corporate: Murray Cox (partner), Hywel Davies (partner), Michael Chapman (associate), Wallis Rushforth (associate), Robin Culshaw (associate); Financing: Ed Fife (partner), Andrew Johnson (partner), Charlie McGarel-Groves (associate), Kieran Turton (associate); Pensions and Employment: Padraig Cronin (partner), Katie Lewis (associate); Tax: Dominic Robertson (partner), Alicia Tan (associate); Real Estate: John Nevin (partner), Todd Wu (associate), Richard Keczkes (associate)
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