Financing Carbon Capture Projects: Deal Structures, Tax Credits, Key Issues for Investors and Developers
Note: CPE credit is not offered on this program
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide energy counsel and investors guidance on the legal framework and key considerations for financing carbon capture projects. The panel will discuss the key components of financing carbon capture, project eligibility requirements, the process for project evaluation and selection, reporting and annual disclosures, beginning construction rules and allocations of partnership flip structures, and best practices for energy counsel, investors, and developers.
- Financing carbon capture: critical issues
- Regulatory scheme
- Permitting and land use
- Financial incentives and credits
- Sources of capital
- Sources of debt for development
- Sources of equity
- Debt and equity structures
- Debt financing
- Equity financing
- Best practices for financing carbon capture
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the key issues in evaluating the financing options available for a carbon capture project?
- What financial incentives are available to investors in carbon capture projects?
- What are the current prime sources of capital for carbon capture projects?
Chief Executive Officer & Founder
Chabina Energy Partners
Mr. Chabina began his career as an investment banker in New York working on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity... | Read More
Mr. Chabina began his career as an investment banker in New York working on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity capital raises, and financial restructuring assignments of various companies. He worked across a wide range of industries including specialty chemicals, agriculture, consumer products, retail, healthcare, community banking, building materials, aerospace and defense, media, manufacturing and automotive.Close
Allen & Overy
Mr. Kamyans is a partner in the global Projects, Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure practice, based in our... | Read More
Mr. Kamyans is a partner in the global Projects, Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure practice, based in our Washington, D.C. office. He is well regarded for his expertise in partnership tax structuring and negotiating key tax deal points in a wide array of transactions focused on financing renewable energy infrastructure, and brings unique expertise in carbon capture transactions. In addition, Mr. Kamyans has significant experience negotiating and advising domestic and international taxpayers in mergers and acquisitions focusing on implementing tax-efficient cross border deals.Close
John J. Marciano, III
Allen & Overy
Mr. Marciano is a member of the firm’s Global Project Finance Group. He focuses on providing tax, legal and... | Read More
Mr. Marciano is a member of the firm’s Global Project Finance Group. He focuses on providing tax, legal and commercial advice in relation to the development, financing, purchase, and sale of energy and infrastructure projects. Mr. Marciano works with a wide range of clients, primarily in connection with solar, wind, geothermal, fuel cell and biomass projects, and their development, ownership and financing.Close