Chrysten Perry

Chrysten E. Perry Managing Partner

Representative Work
  • Pembina Pipeline Corporation in its C$4.35B acquisition of Kinder Morgan Canada Limited and the U.S. portion of the Cochin Pipeline system.
  • An undisclosed bidder in its proposed acquisition of a majority interest in the Northern Courier pipeline, and all related long-term transportation service agreements.

  • Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited and Power Assets Holdings Limited in their C$1.7B acquisition of a 65% indirect ownership interest in select heavy oil pipeline and storage assets from Husky Energy in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and related joint venture, financing and commercial arrangements.
  • Newfield Exploration Co., as Canadian counsel, in its C$5.5B acquisition by Encana Corp.
  • An undisclosed bidder in its proposed acquisition of Enbridge Inc.’s provincially and federally regulated natural gas pipeline and processing facilities.

  • Centrica plc in the C$722M acquisition of its Canadian oil and gas exploration and production business by Canlin Energy Corporation, a consortium of two Hong Kong-based companies, MIE Holdings Corp. and Can-China Global Resource Fund, and Geneva-based Mercuria Energy Group.
  • Seven Generations Energy Ltd. in its acquisition of a minority interest in Steelhead LNG Limited Partnership, which is proposing two LNG export facilities on Vancouver Island, and related joint venture arrangements.
  • A confidential project participant in upstream and downstream commercial arrangements in connection with the LNG Canada project.

  • Jinchang Energy Ltd. in its acquisition of Insignia Energy Ltd. for an undisclosed sum to consolidate assets in the Dixonville and Valhalla areas of Alberta.
  • Seven Generations Energy Ltd. in its C$2B acquisition of petroleum and natural gas assets from Paramount Resources Ltd. and concurrent bought-deal public offering of subscription receipts for aggregate gross proceeds of approximately C$750M.
  • Sterling Resources Ltd. in its reverse take-over of PetroTal Ltd. on the TSX-V and concurrent acquisition of certain Peruvian oil and gas assets of Gran Tierra Energy Inc.
  • Teine Energy Ltd. in its C$975M acquisition of Viking light oil and heavy oil properties located in South Western Saskatchewan.
  • PETRONAS in connection with its 2012 C$5.7B acquisition of Progress Energy Resources Corp, a public company acquisition. Following this transaction, Chrysten was the lead external counsel for PETRONAS on its further development of the upstream and downstream (LNG export) projects, including the negotiation of the upstream and downstream project agreements and the subsequent dispositions of the upstream and downstream interests to joint venture partners.
  • Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (lead external counsel) in connection with a $1.1B acquisition of shale gas assets from Progress Energy Resources Corp. and development of the LNG project.
  • Ecopetrol S.A., Colombia’s largest integrated oil company, and Talisman Energy in connection with an acquisition of BP Colombia’s oil and gas interests in Colombia, one of the largest petroleum investments in Colombia (joint deal counsel).
  • Provident Energy in relation to the acquisition of Encana’s entire East-West midstream business.
  • Talisman Energy in connection with a multi-hundred million dollar disposition of oil and gas assets to CNOOC International Ltd. and Sinopec Overseas Oil & Gas Limited.
  • Provident Energy Trust in connection with a multi-hundred million dollar disposition of Canadian oil and gas assets.
  • KeySpan Corporation in connection with the acquisition of the midstream business of Gulf Canada Resources Ltd., which included the acquisition of 14 gas plants and associated pipelines and the subsequent project/business development agreements.
  • Total E & P Canada Ltd. in connection with structuring, negotiating and drafting the Joslyn Joint Venture Agreement for the Joslyn Oil Sands Project.
  • The Mackenzie Valley Gas Project, in connection with negotiating and drafting the development and operating agreements for the (multi-billion) Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Project and the Mackenzie Valley Gas Gathering System, as well as producer back-stop funding agreements, precedent agreements and gas transportation agreements (project counsel).
  • Provident Energy on the C$3.2B public transaction whereby Pembina Pipeline Corporation acquired Provident.
  • Keyera on the acquisition of the Redwater fractionation facility and establishment of co-ownership agreements.
  • Keyera in its acquisition of EnerPro Midstream Corp., a private mid-stream and NGL company.
  • Enbridge Inc. in connection with its acquisition of Encana’s and Devon Inc.’s interest in the Cabin Gas Plant (N.E. British Columbia) and related gas processing agreements.