Energy & Mining

The Energy and Mining Sector Team is comprised of 10 seasoned M&A professionals in the Americas, Europe and Asia, with specialized knowledge of global trends and local business factors. We offer valuable and customized M&A advise for cross-border or national transactions.

Mining and energy sectors have the influence of global and local market factors, with effect on commodity price cycles and industry performance.

Global factors include: demand from urbanization and industrialization, climate and environmental initiatives, resource management, strategies from large international corporations, among others.

Local factors include: natural resource location, logistics, taxation, government involvement, relationship with native communities, among others.

Successful M&A advisory requires specialization and deep industry knowledge.

Transactional Experience

  • Oil and Gas Exploration and Production
  • Oil and Gas Refining and Transportation
  • Oilfield Services and Equipment
  • Coal & Consumable Fuels
  • Gas Utilities
  • Electric & Integrated Utilities
  • Renewable Energy
  • Independent Power Producers
  • Precious & Base Metals
  • Metals & Mining

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Mateo Moreyra
+511 203 9800
+511 99531 4793

Investment banker with 23 years of experience. Mr. Moreyra has been involved in numerous transactions with a total value in excess of US$ 9 billion, focused on mining, energy, maritime and logistics sectors.

His experience includes important transactions in Peru: the sale of Tgestiona Logistica, Internet para Todos project, Tgestiona, Salaverry port concession, Muelle Sur Callao container terminal concession, Callao mineral port concession, North and Southeast Peru natural gas distribution concessions, Mantaro-Montalvo power transmission line, Electroandes, Yuncán hydroelectric project, Centromin Peru´s mining assets (Michiquillay copper project, La Granja copper project, Las Bambas copper project, Toromocho copper project, Cerro de Pasco mine, etc.), the sale of Frontino Gold Mines in Colombia.

Mr. Moreyra is currently Board Member of Macrocapitales SAFI, Pastipan and Charlotte in Peru. He served as Board Member of Castrovirreyna Compañía Minera (2001-2013) and Corporación Minera Castrovirreyna (2003-2013) and the Peruvian Ministry of Economy and Finance’s Comisión Administrators de Carteras (2001-2003).

Mr. Moreyra is an Economist graduated from the Universidad del Pacífico and holds a MSc in Finance and Accounting from the London School of Economics.

Graduate of Concordia University, Montreal
Michael Szadurski
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