Magic circle duo advise on Kuwaiti government's acquisition of North Sea gas business
Wren House Infrastructure Management will purchase North Sea Midstream Partners from private equity firm ArcLight Capital Partners for a reported $1.7bn
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Slaughter and May have picked up roles on the sale of a North Sea gas business to the London-based arm of the Kuwaiti government’s sovereign wealth fund, Wren House Infrastructure Management.
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