Tamsin Doran is a senior associate in the corporate group of the Paul Hastings London office. She has significant experience in domestic and cross border mergers and acquisitions advising financial investors and corporates. Tamsin also advises clients on joint ventures, corporate reorganisations, and corporate governance issues. She has a particular focus on the energy and infrastructure sector.
BPP University Law School, L.P.C. 2005
University of Bristol, B.Sc. 2003
Equinor SA on the sale of its interest in the Teesside Oil Terminal and Processing Facility to Total, Eni, and Conoco Phillips.
Brookfield Capital Partners on the acquisition of Greenergy, the UK's largest road fuels storage and distribution operator.
Star Capital on its proposed acquisition of the UK Government pipeline and storage system from the Ministry of Defence.
An international oil company on the proposed acquisition of North Sea upstream assets of Shell and British Gas.
MOL Group on its acquisition of six U.K. North Sea licences from Premier Oil UK Limited for US$130 million.
International Mineral Resources on the sale of Kozhan JSG, a Kazakh upstream oil and gas company, to Geo-Jade, a PRC company, for US$340 million.
AIM listed PME African Infrastructure Opportunities plc on the disposal of its African assets including a rail leasing business in South Africa.
Stratum Energy on the proposed sale of its Romanian upstream oil and gas assets.
Brookfield Infrastructure on shareholder arrangements in a consortium of investors acquiring TDF, France's largest independent communications tower infrastructure business, for approximately €3.65 billion (enterprise value).
A global energy company on its disposal of certain downstream assets in Europe.
Dana Petroleum Plc on its US$177 million acquisition of Bow Valley Energy Limited.
MBH on its £95 million sale of Millennium Bridge House in London EC4 to Beltane Asset Management and Angelo Gordon.
IBM on the sale of its x 86 server business to Lenovo for US$2.3 billion.
Actavis plc on its acquisition of Silom Medical Company Limited for approximately US$100 million.
The offeror group on its mandatory general offer to acquire Cosmopolitan International Holdings Limited, a company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
A PRC company and management on a US$125 million equity investment in the company by an international financial institution.
A syndicate of banks in respect of the disposal of the properties and businesses of one of the PRC's largest wood-processing and forestry companies through a series of offshore and onshore transactions.
Imperial Tobacco PLC on its €5 billion rights issue.