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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

600 TRAVIS, SUITE 4200, HOUSTON, TX 77002, USA
Tel:
Work +1 713 220 4200
Fax:
Fax +1 713 220 4285
Email:
Web:
www.huntonak.com
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Mark Thurber

Tel:
Work +1.713.220.4338
Email:
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP

Work Department

Finance, Corporate/Securities, Latin America

Position

Partner

Career

Mark has led transactions across varied sectors of the energy and infrastructure industries during his career, including oil and gas, thermal power, renewable energy, LNG, carbon gasification, construction and procurement. He has done deals on every continent and has represented or worked with foreign governments to implement procedures, regulations and contracts conducive to energy and infrastructure development. He has worked on transactions in many countries, including Mexico, Guatemala, Argentina, Egypt, Pakistan, Chile, Australia, Morocco, Niger, Benin and Brazil. He has also practiced extensively in the upstream and midstream domestic oil and gas industry.

Mark’s experience includes EPC and other construction contracts, lifting arrangements, LNG supply agreements, concession agreements, domestic oil and gas documentation, equipment purchase arrangements, fuel supply and transportation contracts, PPAs and operation and maintenance agreements. He also has represented a range of development companies in negotiating M&A, private equity and debt arrangements at all stages of project development, along with a variety of financial institutions, including lenders, investment banks and other capital providers and arrangers.

Languages

English, Japanese

Member

State Bar of Texas

Education

  • JD, 1989, Columbia Law School, Columbia Business Law Review, Articles Editor
  • MBA, 1981, Brigham Young University
  • BS, 1980, with high honors, Brigham Young University


United States: Industry focus

Energy: transactions: conventional power

Within: Energy: transactions: conventional power

Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP acts for commercial banks, institutional lenders and development finance institutions, export credit agencies and project developers. The practice is headed by Jeffrey Schroeder, who is based in Washington DC and focuses on project finance and energy-asset transactions. Also recommended are Washington DC-based Larry Skinner and Houston-based Mark Thurber, who advised EmberClear Corporation on the $1.8bn development of the Harrison Power Plant, a 1,050MW natural gas-fired combined-cycle electric generating facility in Ohio. Other key figures in Washington DC include renewable energy and clean power practice co-chair Eric Pogue, and John Tormey, who focuses on energy project development. Myles Reynolds and Tab Urbantke joined the Dallas office from Vinson & Elkins LLP.

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