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Eugenia Mize

Associate

Eugenia Mize is a lawyer in our Energy & Natural Resources Practice Group in the Washington DC office. Her practice focuses on transactions in the energy and infrastructure sectors, including project development, construction and operation, and mergers and acquisitions in the fossil generation, oil and gas and renewable energy industries.

Prior to joining us, Eugenia was in-house counsel for a multinational power generation company where she led numerous negotiations for the development of large scale power plant projects with commercial and government clients in North and South America. She also managed multiple development funding agreements for power plant transactions and played an integral role in a team that completed a US$1.2 billion acquisition of the energy aero-derivative division of an international power systems manufacturer.

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  • Represented a large construction company in the drafting and negotiation of an EPC contract and a primary EPC subcontract for a natural gas combined cycle power plant and an LNG facility located in Panama.
  • Representing a large construction company in resuming primary EPC services for one of the largest resorts in the Caribbean.
  • Represented a privately held company in the acquisition of a majority ownership interest in an energy company providing solar energy EPC and related services worldwide.
  • Advised one of Latin America’s largest energy enterprises in the drafting of an agreement for the development and operation of floating production storage and offloading vessels.
  • Representing a developer in evaluation of risks and preparation of proposal for the supply of natural gas transportation services in Mexico.
  • Representing a large US-based solar power company in connection with the development, acquisition, operation and maintenance of various projects throughout the US and Latin America.
  • Representing a leading Europe-based train manufacturer in contracting for the supply and long-term operation and maintenance of light rail vehicles.
  • Acted as the principal in-house counsel for the negotiation of a funding arrangement and an EPC contract with a Chilean developer, one of the largest utility companies in the world and a US LNG exporter for a combined cycle power project located in Chile.
  • Acted as a principal in-house counsel for the negotiation of a consortium arrangement with two Brazilian companies for the supply of EPC services for a combined cycle power project in Brazil.
  • Acted as a principal in-house counsel for the negotiation of a series of major equipment supply contracts with a Florida-based private utility company.
  • Acted as a principal in-house counsel for the negotiation of an EPC contract with a Peruvian developer for a combined cycle power project in Peru.
  • Acted as a principal in-house counsel for the negotiation of an equipment supply contract with two Spanish EPC construction companies for a combined cycle power project in Venezuela.

Education

  • University of Florida, J.D., cum laude, 2010
  • Rollins College, B.A., 2006

Admissions

  • District of Columbia, 2016
  • Florida, 2010

Languages

  • English
  • Bulgarian
  • Russian
  • Spanish

  • Author, “An Uncertain Future For US-Chile Tax Treaty Especially Now,” Law360, May 2017.
  • Author, “Will Trump Cut U.S. Funding for Project Finance,” Latin America Energy Advisor, May 2017.
  • Author, “Chile Expects That Strong Foreign Investment Interest in Energy Sector Will Continue Despite Challenges,” The National Law Review, January 2017.