Michael Rosenwasser

Senior Counsel

Mike Rosenwasser

New York

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  • Black Stone Minerals, L.P. in its $428 million initial public offering of common units
  • Enviva Partners, LP in its $230 million initial public offering of common units
  • Foresight Energy LP in its $350 million initial public offering of common units
  • PetroLogistics in the $2.1 billion sale of the company, an operator of a propylene facility, to Flint Hills Resources, a subsidiary of Koch Industries
  • PVR Partners in the $5.6 billion sale of the company, a publicly traded MLP which owns and operates a network of natural gas midstream pipelines and processing plants, and owns and manages coal and natural resource properties, to Regency Energy Partners
  • The Conflicts Committee of the Board of Directors of El Paso Pipeline Partners in the $76 billion acquisition by Kinder Morgan Inc. of El Paso Pipeline Partners, Kinder Morgan Pipeline Partners and Kinder Morgan Management

Master Limited Partnerships

  • Sprague Resources LP in its $153 million initial public offering of common units
  • SunCoke Energy Partners, L.P. in its $266 million initial public offering of common units
  • Underwriters to USA Compression Partners, LP in its $198 million initial public offering of common units
  • Alon USA Partners, LP in its $184 million initial public offering of common units
  • PetroLogistics LP in its $595 million initial public offering of common units
  • CVR Refining, LP in its $690 million initial public offering of common units
  • CVR Partners, LP in its $353 million initial public offering of common units

Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Buckeye Partners in the $1.14 billion merger between Buckeye Partners and Buckeye GP Holdings
  • Buckeye Partners in the $1.7 billion acquisition of Bahamas Oil Refining Company, owner of the largest storage terminal facility in the Caribbean, from First Reserve and Vopak
  • The Carlyle Group in a joint venture with Sunoco to own and operate a Philadelphia refinery, the oldest continuously operating refinery on the U.S. east coast
  • Frontier Drilling in the $2.16 billion merger of the independent drilling company with Noble Corporation, an offshore drilling contractor
  • Inergy in the $1.8 billion sale of its retail propane business to Suburban Propane Partners
  • Inergy, L.P. and Inergy Midstream, L.P. in an $8 billion multistep combination transaction with Crestwood Midstream Partners LP and Crestwood Holdings LLC
  • Penn Virginia Corporation in the $400 million acquisition and related financing of producing properties and undeveloped leasehold interests in the Eagle Ford Shale play from Magnum Hunter Resources Corporation
  • Spectra Energy Corp. in its $11+ billion agreement with Spectra Energy Partners to drop down Spectra Energy’s remaining U.S. transmission, storage, and liquids assets to Spectra Energy Partners