Carlos A. Morán

Houston, Partner

Telephone: +1 713-655-6207

Practice Areas & Industries

LNG

Corporate

Representing one of the world's largest aircraft leasing companies in the notification to the Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission of a US$5 billion worldwide acquisition in the aircraft financing sector.

Representing a global trading company in the proposed acquisition of the largest Pemex asphalt distributor in Mexico.

Representing a global midstream and downstream energy company in its proposed acquisition of a port facility in the Gulf of Mexico.

Representing an international technology company in the formation of a consortium and its participation in a public procurement procedure for the sale and installation in Mexico of one of the largest VSAT networks in Latin America.

Representing a NASDAQ-listed technology company in a project for the construction, manufacturing and integration of advanced, high-performance electronic and electro-optic systems for a Mexican governmental agency.

Representing a NASDAQ-listed company in a sale of highly advanced electronic systems to a Mexican federal agency.

Representing an international airport operator in the formation of a consortium and its participation in a public procurement procedure for the design, construction and operation of an international airport in Mexico.

Representing a Houston-based drilling services company in the sale of all of the stock of its US holding company to a TSX-listed oilfield services company. The transaction meant the acquisition of 6 recently constructed on-shore drilling rigs and their ongoing operations in Mexico.

Representing a major player in global manufacturing for the automotive industry in its proposed acquisition of a US$40 million Mexican foundry and obtained the relevant consent from the Mexican competition authorities.

Representing a leading global multi-metals company in relation to its friendly takeover of a CAD 409 million TSX-listed company owning a poly-metallic mine in Mexico.

Providing anti-corruption training for top management and operational personnel of a worldwide top automotive supplier in four Mexican cities.

Representing an international port operator in two procurement procedures for the construction and management of port infrastructure in Mexico.

Representing a European company in its successful bid to install a €52 million 3km-long cable-liner shuttle system at Mexico City's airport.