Steven Bryan is a Partner in the London office of Paul Hastings. Mr. Bryan leads the London office's energy, natural resources, and infrastructure group. He has deep experience of a wide range of domestic and cross border corporate work, advising investment funds, corporates, and investment banks on public and private mergers and acquisitions, equity offerings, and other corporate transactions.
Mr. Bryan's experience includes acting on transactions in the U.K., Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas in the transportation, energy, utilities, mining, water, waste, telecommunications, and real estate sectors. He is listed in Chambers' Guide as a leading individual in Corporate Finance and is listed in Legal 500 for M&A.
Accolades and Recognitions
Steven has been named a "Leading Individual" for M&A by Legal 500 UK 2020
Recommended for Corporate/M&A by Chambers UK 2020: Steven Bryan recently joined Paul Hastings from Hogan Lovells, adding to the team his significant international deal experience. Clients report: "He has good analytical skills and the ability to think through complicated and complex issues in a clear way."
Steven Bryan maintains a healthy practice in domestic and cross-border M&A. He represents a variety of corporations, investment funds and banks with a focus on the infrastructure and energy fields - Chambers UK 2019
Oxford University - BA Jurisprudence
Solicitor - England and Wales
Represented Equinor SA on the sale of its interest in the Teeside Oil Terminal and Processing Facility to Total, Eni, and Conoco Phillips
Represented Brookfield Business Partners on:
the £360m acquisition of Greenergy, the UK's largest road fuels storage and distribution operator
the €3.6bn consortium acquisition of TDF, the French telecoms masts operator
its acquisition, together with Abertis Infrastructure, of a controlling stake in Arteris S.A., one of Brazil's major toll road operators, for an amount in excess of €1bn and in the follow-on take private offer
Represented Arcus Infrastructure Partners in the acquisition of an 85% interest in A1 Motorway in Poland
Represented Northumbrian Water Group Plc on the £2.4bn recommended public offer by a consortium led by Cheung Kong Infrastructure
Oil and Gas
Represented Qatar Petroleum on a farm-in to offshore exploration assets in South Africa
Represented MOL on its $370m acquisition of Wintershall (UK North Sea) Limited, the holding company of a portfolio of North Sea interests, and non-operating interests in both the Sullom Voe Terminal and Brent Pipeline System and on the $2bn development of the Catcher Field
Represented ENRC Plc on its $735m acquisition of Brazilian mining company Bahia Minerals