Samuel has acted on a broad range of corporate M&A, commercial and financing matters related to infrastructure projects, with particular focus on the energy sector. Samuel trained with the firm and qualified into the Infrastructure, Projects and Energy team after a trainee seat with the department and a six month secondment to BP plc. 

  • advising DP World on a global joint venture to develop ports infrastructure across Africa, with an investment pipeline in excess of $1.7 billion, and the related restructuring of three corporate groups 
  • advising Waldorf Production on two major North Sea acquisitions; of MOL's complete UK portfolio, and of Alpha Petroleum
  • advising Berkeley Energy on disposal of their interest in the Corbetti Geothermal Project in Ethiopia, and O&M arrangements for a hydropower project in Uganda
  • advising Global Tungsten & Powders Corporation as offtaker and project financer for mining project in South Korea
  • advising Greencoat Capital on the acquisition, EPC and development of one of the largest low-carbon and renewable heat glasshouses in the UK 
  • advising on the amendment and major capacity expansion of the Rye Hill Prison PFI project
  • advising Volkswagen AG in relation to the manufacture and supply of certain commercial vehicles and the supply of after service parts as part of a global alliance between Volkswagen AG and Ford 
  • advised National Grid across a portfolio of connection and construction agreements for new users of the national electricity transmission system, including solar, wind and battery storage projects
  • University of Nottingham – Law LLB - 2016
  • BPP University – Legal Practice Course – 2017