Publish in Legal Briefs - Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto applauds the agreement signed by BHP Billiton CEO Andrew Mackenzie and Pemex CEO José Antonio González Anaya. (Photo: Pemex)
Carlos Ramos Miranda, Dave Locascio and Jose Luis Vittor, Hogan Lovells. (Photos: Hogan Lovells)
Hogan Lovells advises Pemex on its BHP deal to develop $14 billion Trion.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Hogan Lovells represented Mexican state oil producer Pemex on its agreement to develop the $14 billion Trion block with Australia-based BHP Billiton – the first exploration and production farm out project in association with a foreign company.
Meanwhile, Hogan Lovells also represented Colombia’s ISA on its stake purchase in Andean Tower Partners.
Keywords: Andean Tower Partners, BHP Billiton, Colombia, Energy, Hogan Lovells, ISA, Mexico, Pemex, Peru