Hamad M. Al-Hoshan

New York
  • 1271 Avenue of the Americas
  • New York, NY 10020
  • USA
 
 

Hamad Al-Hoshan advises clients on developing and financing (including acquisition financing) assets within the oil and gas, power, and broader infrastructure sectors.

Mr. Al-Hoshan represents sponsors, investment banks, commercial banks, and investment funds in global commercial transactions involving a range of assets, including:

  • Liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities
  • Petrochemical facilities
  • Pipelines
  • Power plants
  • Other infrastructure assets

He draws on substantial experience to help borrowers and lenders strategically navigate term loan A commercial bank financings and term loan B financings, as well as sponsors and other stakeholders in financing acquisition transactions and structuring project development arrangements.

Mr. Al-Hoshan’s experience includes representing:

  • Tellurian in the ongoing development and financing of the Driftwood LNG project
  • NextDecade in the ongoing development and financing of the Rio Grande LNG project
  • Freeport LNG in each of its equity and debt financings and refinancings in respect of its three-train natural gas liquefaction and LNG export facility, with aggregate proceeds to date exceeding US$38 billion*
  • Global Infrastructure Partners in its US$1.825 billion acquisition of Medallion Gathering & Processing, the owner of the largest, privately held crude oil transportation system in the Midland Basin of West Texas, and the related stapled debt financing and later refinancing provided by Jefferies*
  • Calpine Corporation in connection with financing and refinancing a number of its conventional power and geothermal projects, including the 2021 US$1.75 billion term loan A financing of Calpine’s Geysers geothermal portfolio in California*
  • GenOn in connection with financing a number of its power projects in the term loan A and term loan B markets, including the Heritage portfolio financing, the Bowline financing, the Ormond Beach and Ellwood financing, and the Lanyard financing*
  • JERA in the term loan B refinancing of its Linden power project in New Jersey*
  • Saudi Refining, a subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Oil Company, in the discontinuation of Motiva Enterprises and the division of Motiva’s assets, liabilities, and businesses between SRI and affiliates of its joint venture partner, Royal Dutch Shell PL*

*Matters handled prior to joining Latham 

 
  • Bar Qualification
    • Massachusetts
    • New York
    Education
    • MBA, Suffolk University Sawyer School of Business, 2009
    • JD, Suffolk University Law School, 2007
    • BS, Northeastern University, 2004
    Languages
    • English
    • Arabic
  • Practices
  • Industries
 
 
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