Brogan is an accomplished advisor to clients in acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, complex commercial transactions, restructurings and general corporate matters, especially in the energy industry.
For six years Brogan worked in-house for Aquila, a large international energy company. As the company rapidly expanded, Brogan handled numerous acquisition transactions involving gas and electric utility companies, power plants, gas midstream assets, merchant energy businesses, and telecom businesses in the U.S. and abroad. Then, as Aquila’s fortunes waned following Enron’s bankruptcy, Brogan helped the company avoid insolvency by selling its assets and unwinding many complex relationships.
Since returning to the firm in 2006, Brogan has handled major transactions, capital projects, and restructurings for energy companies and major commercial and industrial clients. His focus on the energy industry continues unabated, with extensive work on power purchase agreements, co-ownership arrangements for power plants and other energy assets, and development and transactional work involving utility businesses, wind and solar generation facilities, electric transmission projects, and midstream assets (including gathering, storage, and pipeline facilities).
Brogan’s recent energy industry accomplishments include:
In addition to transactional and development work, Brogan leverages his extensive project management experience to manage complex internal restructurings on behalf of his clients.
Brogan's experience includes major international transactions and coordinating large multi-national deal teams. He also works with companies on procurement and supply contracts, including by developing forms and training materials.
Power Generation and Transmission
Miscellaneous Energy Industry