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Brandon Dalling is a partner in King & Spalding’s Finance practice resident in the New York office. Brandon is active in King & Spalding’s project finance, leveraged finance, acquisition finance, private equity and energy and natural resources practices.

Brandon represents financial institutions, private equity and strategic sponsors, developers and commodity hedge counterparties in leveraged finance, project finance, acquisition finance, other secured and unsecured lending transactions, mergers and acquisitions, physical and financial structured commodity hedging and supply transactions and energy management arrangements, with a focus on alternative energy (including solar, wind, hydro, landfill gas-to-energy and biomass) and conventional power generation, LNG-to-power generation, oil & gas and other natural resources. 

Brandon holds a Juris Doctor from Brigham Young University - J. Reuben Clark Law School where he graduated magna cum laude in 2002 and served on the managing board of the BYU Law Review.

King & Spalding brings together more than 100 finance lawyers located in offices across the United States, Europe, Asia and the Middle East to represent lenders, investors, funds and borrowers in the full range of secured and unsecured financings. Over the past three years, we closed approximately 600 finance transactions for our clients, amounting to $165 billion in aggregate financing.

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Credentials

J.D., J. Reuben Clark Law School, magna cum laude

B.S., Brigham Young University, cum laude

New York

Japanese

Recognized as a leading U.S. Energy lawyer by Legal 500 U.S.


2020

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Recognized as a leading U.S. Energy lawyer by Legal 500 U.S.


2020

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A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $6.8 billion of financings, acquisitions and divestitures of gas-fired and hydropower generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $2.0 billion of acquisition financings, gas-fired generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with the acquisition and project financing of the Gulf Coast Ammonia facility, a world-scale anhydrous ammonia plant (and first U.S. project financing of its kind) in Texas City, Texas, with a production capacity of approximately 1.3 million tons of ammonia per year.

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A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $6.8 billion of financings, acquisitions and divestitures of gas-fired and hydropower generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $2.0 billion of acquisition financings, gas-fired generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with the acquisition and project financing of the Gulf Coast Ammonia facility, a world-scale anhydrous ammonia plant (and first U.S. project financing of its kind) in Texas City, Texas, with a production capacity of approximately 1.3 million tons of ammonia per year.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with the project financing of a 28,000 b/d nameplate ethylene-to-alkylate production facility in Pasadena, Texas.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with its purchase, financing and long and medium-term structure commodity hedging of over 600 megawatts of wind farms in New York.

Matters

A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $6.8 billion of financings, acquisitions and divestitures of gas-fired and hydropower generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $2.0 billion of acquisition financings, gas-fired generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with the acquisition and project financing of the Gulf Coast Ammonia facility, a world-scale anhydrous ammonia plant (and first U.S. project financing of its kind) in Texas City, Texas, with a production capacity of approximately 1.3 million tons of ammonia per year.

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Matters

A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $6.8 billion of financings, acquisitions and divestitures of gas-fired and hydropower generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major power-focused private equity sponsor in connection with over US $2.0 billion of acquisition financings, gas-fired generation facilities, including structuring and negotiating medium- to long-term structured commodity hedging arrangements and credit sleeves.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with the acquisition and project financing of the Gulf Coast Ammonia facility, a world-scale anhydrous ammonia plant (and first U.S. project financing of its kind) in Texas City, Texas, with a production capacity of approximately 1.3 million tons of ammonia per year.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with the project financing of a 28,000 b/d nameplate ethylene-to-alkylate production facility in Pasadena, Texas.

A major private equity sponsor in connection with its purchase, financing and long and medium-term structure commodity hedging of over 600 megawatts of wind farms in New York.

Credentials

J.D., J. Reuben Clark Law School, magna cum laude

B.S., Brigham Young University, cum laude

New York

Japanese

Recognized as a leading U.S. Energy lawyer by Legal 500 U.S.


2020

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Recognition

Recognized as a leading U.S. Energy lawyer by Legal 500 U.S.


2020