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Daniel Mallo
Head of Natural Resources and Infrastructure
Societe Generale

Daniel Mallo, Managing Director – Head of Energy, Infrastructure and Metals & Mining, Asia Pacific, is also co-head of the bank’s wider Natural Resources & Infrastructure Group for the Asia Pacific region and based in Hong Kong. Prior to that, he was a Managing Director in SG’s New York-based Energy Project Finance Group, where he was responsible for originating and executing transactions in the conventional power, renewable energy, LNG and oil & gas sectors in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Daniel has over 18 years of experience in structured finance and has focused on the Energy and Natural Resources sectors for the past 14 years.

Daniel graduated from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris.  Among others, Daniel has led transaction teams for the following transactions:

  • Financing of the $12 billion Sabine Pass LNG liquefaction terminal in Louisiana
  • Financing of the $10 billion Cameron LNG liquefaction terminal in Louisiana
  • Advised BP and its partners on the financing of Tangguh LNG’s Train 3 in Indonesia
  • Advised clients such as Shell, Chevron, Mitsubishi, Enbridge, Gaz Metropolitain, Gaz de France on various liquefied natural gas projects in the United States, Canada and Latin America
  • Financing of several power projects in Indonesia, such as the 325 MW Sarulla geothermal and the 180 MW Asahan hydro power project 
  • Placement of $300 million of 144a project bonds for the Oaxaca 2 and 4 wind power projects in Mexico
  • Placement of $425 million of 144a project bonds for Abengoa Transmission Sur in Peru
  • Financing of the $1.2 billion, 412 MW Chaglla hydro-electric power plant in Peru
  • Financing of approximately 3,500 MW of wind power capacity in the United States and in Canada
  • Financing of several utility-scale PV solar projects in the United States, totalling approximately 800 MW
  • Financing of the $900 million, 510 MW Cerro del Aguila hydro-electric power project in Peru and of the $450 million, 110 MW Chacayes hydro-electric power project in Chile