Castleton Commodities International’s Acquisition of NorTex Midstream Partners

Bracewell LLP advised Alinda Capital Partners (Alinda) in its sale of NorTex Midstream Partners LLC (NorTex) to a subsidiary of Castleton Commodities International LLC (ICC).

NorTex owns and operates two storage facilities with 36 billion cubic feet (BcF) of working gas capacity. The facilities provide the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex with 850 million cubic feet per day (MMc/day) of maximum deliverability. NorTex also owns and operates Tolar Hub, a North Texas trading hub listed on the Intercontinental Exchange electronic trading platform.

Alinda is one of the world’s largest infrastructure investment firms, with investments that operate in 33 states in the United States, as well as Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Belgium and Poland.

Bracewell advised with a team including G. Alan Rafte (Picture), Bruce R. Jocz, Daniel E. Hemli, Rebecca L. Baker, Aaron P. Roffwarg, Matt Paulson, Elizabeth L. McGinley, Steven J. Lorch, Jacqueline R. Java, Tamara L. McKinzie and Patrick K. Johnson.

Involved fees earner: Alan Rafte – Bracewell; Tamara McKinzie – Bracewell; Patrick Johnson – Bracewell; Bruce Jocz – Bracewell; Rebecca Baker – Bracewell; Daniel Hemli – Bracewell; Jacqueline Java – Bracewell; Aaron Roffwarg – Bracewell; Matt Paulson – Bracewell; Elizabeth McGinley – Bracewell; Steven Lorch – Bracewell;

Law Firms: Bracewell;

Clients: Alinda Capital Partners;


Author: Ambrogio Visconti