Alexandra’s practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, project development and project finance, particularly in the energy sector.

Prior to joining Orrick, Alexandra served as in-house counsel to one of the world’s largest plastics, chemicals and refining companies, where she provided transactional legal support with a focus on utility and industrial gas contracts and pipeline and real estate matters. She also practiced in the Houston office of another major international law firm.

  • Acquisitions and Dispositions

    • The acquirer in the acquisition of a natural gas storage facility in Colorado.
    • The acquirer in the acquisition of a 200 MW wind power generation facility in Texas.
    • The acquirer in a $3.1 billion acquisition of oil and gas assets in the Eagle Ford Shale.
    • The acquirer in two successive acquisitions of overriding royalty interests in a major US shale play.
    • A private equity client in the creation and operation of a joint venture formed to acquire mineral and royalty interests in two major US shale plays.
    • The seller in the disposition of the approximately 150 MW Origin wind farm in Oklahoma.

    Project Development

    • The owner in the turnkey EPC Contract for a post-combustion carbon capture and sequestration facility in Texas and related construction contract for an 80-mile CO2 pipeline for enhanced oil recovery.
    • A renewables company in connection with the relocation and upgrading of a methanol production facility from Chile to the U.S. Gulf Coast.

    Project Financings

    • The sponsor and its affiliates in the development loan of an approximately 300 MW solar project in Texas.
    • The project company in debt financing related to the Sabine Pass LNG Liquefaction Project, including the upsizing to a $5.9 billion construction and term loan financing to include its first four export liquefaction trains, comprising $4.4 billion of commercial bank debt and $1.5 billion of debt issued or covered by The Export-Import Bank of Korea and Korea Trade Insurance Corporation—named 2013 “Americas Deal of the Year” by Project Finance International, 2013 “North American Midstream Oil and Gas Deal of the Year” by Project Finance and 2013 “Trade Finance Deal of the Year” by Euromoney’s Trade Finance Magazine; and the approximately $325 million letter of credit facility for working capital needs of its first four export liquefaction trains.