Martin Toulouse

Partner

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New York

P: +1.212.408.2559 F: +1.212.259.2559
  • Sunnova Energy Corporation - two warehouse credit facilities in an aggregate principal amount of $360 million for residential solar service provider
  • Jamaica Public Service Company - financing by Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and Citibank to fund improvements to transmission and distribution infrastructure
  • U.S. Department of Transportation - $2.45 billion loan to Amtrak under the RRIF program to finance purchase of new high speed trainsets for the Northeast Corridor
  • Westar Energy, Inc. - financing aspects of its $12.2 billion combination with Great Plains Energy Incorporated
  • Borrower - reserve-based lending facility for the development of an offshore prospect located in the Gulf of Mexico
  • Halliburton - bridge financing for proposed merger with Baker Hughes Incorporated
  • Halliburton - $4.5 billion revolving credit facility
  • Lead arrangers - project financing for the Delta House floating production system operating in the Gulf of Mexico
  • Borrower - project financing for two transmission lines in Texas
  • Energy trading company - uncommitted revolving credit facility secured by receivables and product inventory
  • Major energy company - factoring arrangement relating to outstanding customer receivables
  • Linn Energy - $2.3 billion financing for the acquisition of operating assets from Devon Energy
  • Lead arrangers - $1.8 billion financing for the combination of two production and completion services providers
  • American Industrial Partners - various financing transactions in connection with acquisitions and dispositions of portfolio companies
  • Credit Fund - various venture lending transactions
  • Energy logistics company - crude oil intermediation arrangement with leading financial institution
  • Major energy company - secured commodity hedging arrangements with other industry participants
  • Major energy company - limited recourse financing by non-bank lender to fund ongoing drilling program
  • U.S. Department of Transportation - advice relating to documentation for RRIF program
  • Forum Energy Technologies, Inc. - $600 million revolving credit facility and $100 million financing for the acquisition of Global Tubing, LLC
  • Strategic buyer - $720 million bridge loan financing for the proposed acquisition of a gas utility
  • Sponsor - proposed limited recourse financing for a floating LNG storage and regasification vessel
  • Lead arrangers - proposed project financing for a cobalt mine located in Idaho
  • Equipment manufacturer - $210 million vendor financing
  • Lender - financing for the acquisition of gas processing plants in Pennsylvania and West Virginia
  • Major international energy company - acquisition of Eagle Ford shale properties in excess of $1 billion, including credit support arrangements and $300 million working capital financing related thereto
  • HSBC - $206 million bridge financing for two hydroelectric projects in Panama
  • HSBC - $375 million project financing for the expansion of a crude oil pipeline and related storage facilities in Panama (named Project Finance Magazine's 2009 Latin American Refinancing "Deal of the Year") and subsequent $288 million refinancing
  • Liberty Media Corporation - $670 million margin loan financing
  • Institutional investor - financing for the acquisition of interests in three hedge funds of funds
  • Liberty Media Corporation - $530 million investment in Sirius XM Radio, Inc. (named a 2009 "Deal of the Year" by The Deal) and various other financing transactions
  • Professional basketball team - $115 million issuance of notes
  • Encore Acquisition Company - $4.5 billion acquisition by Denbury Resources Inc.
  • Lead arranger - proposed project financing for a petrochemical project in Trinidad and Tobago
  • Natixis - letter of credit facility for the 500MW Astoria power project in Queens, New York
  • Project company - development of a waste-to-energy project in Mexico
  • Lyondell Chemical Company - acquisition for cash by Basell AF
  • Credit Suisse, UBS, ABN Amro, and Santander - $18 billion financing for the acquisition of Inco by CVRD of Brazil
  • Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and WestLB - first and second lien financing for the $1.6 billion acquisition by LS Power of nine gas-fired power plants located throughout the United States
  • Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays and WestLB - first and second lien financing for the acquisition of power generating assets by Energy Capital Partners
  • Lead arranger - $315 million term and working capital secured financing for a drillship contractor
  • Borrower - first and second lien credit facilities relating to the acquisition by international investors of two United States companies in the infrastructure sector
  • Mizuho Corporate Bank, JBIC and other lead arrangers - project financing for the Tuxpan II, Altamira II, and Tuxpan V IPP projects in Mexico
  • Société Générale - $380 million export financing supported by the Export-Import Bank of the United States and Export Development Canada with respect to a gas-fired power plant in Skikda, Algeria