Catherine Todd is a transactional energy lawyer based in London. She focuses her practice on energy financings and projects, notably in the oil and gas and power sectors. Catherine has experience advising banks, international financial institutions and borrowers on complex cross-border financings. She also advises clients on corporate and commercial matters in the energy sector. Prior to joining Bracewell, Catherine spent six months on secondment to ExxonMobil.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Catherine Todd
The National Law Review selected Bracewell’s Energy Regulation practice group as a Go-To Thought Leader for 2021. Of particular note was the group’s coverage of Nigeria’s petroleum industry, highlighting both the regulations presently affecting the industry, as well as what to expect in the future. Both Adam Blythe and Catherine Todd contributed analysis on Nigeria’s oil and gas industry including essential insights on bidding changes by Nigeria’s Department of Petroleum Resources.