Angela's practice focuses on conventional and renewable energy projects. Her experience began with advising on domestic and cross-border oil and gas projects, and has moved to encompass international power projects (including biomass, energy from waste, wind and solar PV).

Angela represents a broad client base, including major financial institutions, developers/sponsors and investors, and she therefore has experience advising on the specific risks for different stakeholders.

Angela advises on mergers and acquisitions, project development arrangements, project financings and joint ventures. She works on transactions spanning a range of jurisdictions including Africa, Europe and Central Asia.

  • Power/Renewables

    • Advised Infracapital (M&G Investments' infrastructure arm) on its investment into a joint venture and establishment of a long-term framework to develop and finance renewable energy projects in France, the UK and Ireland.
    • Advised the Bioenergy Infrastructure Group on the refinancing of a 24MW refuse derived fuel gasification facility and a 21.5MW waste biomass plant in the UK.
    • Advised Gottex on its investment in and management of energy from waste and biomass facilities in the UK.
    • Advised a consortium of lenders in relation to the financing and development of an onshore wind farm in Mongolia.
    • Advised Bluefield Solar Income Fund on the acquisition of solar projects in the UK.

    Oil and Gas

    • Advised Orion International on the acquisition financing of assets in Guatemala.
    • Advised Tullow Oil on its offshore gas sales programmes in the Republic of Ghana. 
    • Advised Petro Victory Energy on its gas project developments in Paraguay.
    • Advised Maersk Oil on project development arrangements in West Africa.
    • Advised OMV on the divestment of its participating interest in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.
    • Advised an E&P company on the acquisition of assets in Brazil and Guyana.
    • Advised a European energy company on the partial divestment of its interests in the UK Continental Shelf.