General Concepts

Every transaction is unique and requires careful consideration and planning by the applicable parties, including management, board members and potential investors. The slides linked below introduce buyers and sellers of, or investors in, energy entities or assets to general information related to the deal process, structural considerations, frequently used transaction structures, key provisions of transaction documents and selected case studies. Those considering buying, selling or investing in energy entities or assets should consult their legal advisors in order to fully understand and best navigate the ever-changing and complex landscape of transactions in the energy sector.

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Starting a Deal
Process and Structural Considerations
Types of Transactions
Types of Consideration
Timelines – Public and Private Deals
Due Diligence
Key Provisions of Acquisition Agreements
Deal Certainty
Deal Protection Mechanisms
Stockholder Rights Plans
Going Private Transactions
Case Studies
 
 
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