Ashley White represents energy companies on a broad range of commercial transactions in Canada. She regularly advises clients on corporate and commercial issues, and represents clients in the negotiation and drafting of energy contracts relating to project development, infrastructure, construction law and corporate restructuring. Ashley has experience acting for clients in the context of large EPC agreements and other project related agreements including joint ventures, procurement, operation, maintenance, and service agreements.
Ashley also assists clients in the acquisition and divestiture of energy-related projects and assets. She brings to her practice complementary experience in negotiations involving partnerships with First Nations.
Ashley is a member of the Canadian Energy Law Foundation and is actively involved in the Calgary community, including as a member of the Board of Directors of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Calgary and Area.
- Cenovus Energy, in connection with its acquisition of ConocoPhillips’ Deep Basin conventional assets in Alberta and British Columbia and 50% interest in the FCCL Partnership. Read more
- Statoil ASA, in connection with the sale of its Alberta oilsands assets to Athabasca Oil Corporation for the consideration of $435 million cash, 100 million common shares and contingent value payments triggered at oil prices above US$65/bbl WTI. Read more
- Devon Energy Corp., in connection with the sale of its 50-percent ownership interest in Access Pipeline to Wolf Midstream Inc., a portfolio company of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, for C$1.4 billion. Read more
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