Matt Henegar is a partner in the New York office of Latham & Watkins. Mr. Henegar is a member of the Finance Department and of the Project Finance, Banking and Derivatives practices.
Mr. Henegar represents financial institutions, developers and private equity sponsors in all phases of the development, financing and restructuring of power, renewable energy, oil and gas, and other infrastructure projects. He has worked extensively on projects involving a wide range of financing structures, as well as complex inter-company asset sharing and intercreditor arrangements.
Mr. Henegar’s experience also includes work on highly structured asset lien-based commodity hedging transactions and related intercreditor arrangements, as well as extensive involvement with federal and state guarantee and incentive programs for renewable and alternative energy projects (including the DOE loan guarantee programs and related applications).
Mr. Henegar is recognized as a leading project finance attorney by Chambers USA, Chambers Global and The Legal 500 US. He is also recommended by The Legal 500 US 2014 for Energy Transactions.
Mr. Henegar's experience includes representation of:
- Sovereign Bank and Prudential in the California Ridge Wind Energy Project, a US$444 million project financing in connection with a 214.4-MW wind farm to be located in Champaign and Vermilion Counties, Illinois
- Sovereign Bank and Prudential in the Arlington Valley Solar Energy II Project, a US$465 million project financing in connection with a 127-MW photovoltaic solar electric generating facility to be located in Maricopa County, Arizona
- Goldman Sachs and Citibank in the Desert Sunlight Solar Project, a US$2.9 billion project financing in connection with a 550-MW solar photovoltaic power plant to be located in Riverside, California
- Barclays Capital in the refinancing of US$275 million project debt in connection with Race Point Power's portfolio of 19 power plants across the US and Spain
- Barclays Capital in a US$210 million project financing in connection with Riverstone's acquisition of seven power plants from Morris Energy Group, a US independent power producer
- Boston Generating LLC in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings relating to its portfolio of gas-fired power plants in New England, representing 2,942 MW of generating capacity
- Noble Environmental Power in the US$741 million construction financing of three wind farms in New York
- Q-Chem II in the development and financing of an approximately US$2 billion petrochemical project in Qatar