Infrastructure & Project Finance

Infrastructure & Project Finance

Infrastructure & Project Finance

Practice Overview

King Stubb & Kasiva has diverse infrastructure projects practice representing the length and breadth of the industry including manufacturers, developers, lenders, financial institutions, railroad services, highway development, natural gas transportation, distribution and sale, mining exploitation, city water distribution and government agencies. Our Infrastructure Practice Group works in close co-ordination with other practice groups in the areas of power, oil & gas, water and ports, telecommunications, transportation, and project finance.

Our infrastructure projects practice is client driven, with teams capable of delivering advice across the full spectrum of legal issues encountered in the infrastructure sector. We combine legal expertise, appreciation of the industry’s special needs, and an understanding of rapidly changing technology and shifting market forces in order to meet the needs of our clients.

Services Include :

  • Drafting of Project documentations such as Power Purchase Agreement, the Implementation Agreement, the State Guarantee, the Engineering Procurement & Construction Contract, the Fuel Supply Agreement, the Water Supply Agreement, the Coal Supply Agreement, the Shareholders’ Agreement, the Risk Management Documentation for the allocation, management and mitigating of the project risks.
  • Assisting developers, investors, underwriters, lenders, financial advisors, multilateral institutions, contractors and governments.
  • Representations encompass the development, financing, construction and operation of a wide range of capital intensive projects and facilities throughout the world.
  • Advising power plants, toll roads, hazardous waste facilities, industrial plants, pipelines, mines, telecommunications networks and facilities, transportation systems and equipment, schools, hospitals, prisons, water supply and waste water systems and other infrastructure projects.
  • Financing structures include traditional off taker-based project financings, “merchant” structures, traditional leveraged leases, cross-border leases, joint ventures and partnership arrangements, project leases and “genco” financings, capital market offerings, and various combinations of these structures.