Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP
Jesse Hollingworth's practice focuses on the representation of owners and developers in their construction projects, including renewable facilities, distributed energy projects, liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities, power plants and petrochemical facilities. Jesse has experience with drafting engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), construction, construction management, engineering, operating and maintenance, long-term service agreements and procurement agreements for projects throughout the world.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Jesse was an engineer at a global energy company, where he focused on the development of large scale capital projects. Nearly three of his years at the company were spent working in Papua New Guinea developing a gas processing facility. Jesse has extensive knowledge on project execution, project controls, HSSE and construction management.
- JD, cum laude, University of Houston, 2016
- BS, magna cum laude, Civil Engineering, Oklahoma State University, 2010
During law school, Jesse was a writer for the Business and Tax Law Journal and a member of the Evening Law Students Association and Order of the Barons. In undergrad, Jesse was a member of the Chi Epsilon, Sigma Phi Epsilon and ASCE.
- Texas State Bar
- Representation of a developer through its execution issues with a contractor during construction of its renewable energy plant.
- Representation of a bank in the redevelopment of a wind farm destroyed during Hurricane Maria.
- Representation of a developer in the drafting and negotiation of a distributed energy (with battery storage) in the United States.
August 16, 2023
Norton Rose Fulbright represents IRG Acquisition Holdings in purchase of US$1.5 billion renewables portfolio from American Electric Power
February 23, 2023
October 12, 2022