Jackson Walker Represents Frontera Holdings in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Proceedings

February 23, 2021 | Client Results

Update: In addition to experiencing economic losses during the COVID-19 pandemic, Frontera Holdings had to shut down its plants for nine days during the Texas winter storm last week. As a result, Frontera asked the court on February 23, 2021 for another $40 million in Chapter 11 financing. Jackson Walker is partnering with Kirkland & Ellis to handle Frontera’s Chapter 11 cases. For additional information, view the Law360 article “Texas Freeze Makes Frontera Ch. 11 Loan More Critical” (subscription required).

Jackson Walker is partnering with Kirkland & Ellis in representing Frontera Holdings, LLC, the owner and operator of the only U.S.-based power plant that sells all of its power to Mexico, in its Chapter 11 cases. The Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on February 3, 2021. In 2019, Frontera generated approximately $86.5 million in consolidated EBITDA on $196 million of revenues. The company has over $944 million in funded debt, $799 million of which will be deleveraged through the Chapter 11.

The Jackson Walker team representing the debtors includes Matthew D. Cavenaugh, Elizabeth Carol Freeman, Genevieve M. Graham, Vienna Flores Anaya, and Victoria Nicole Argeroplos. The case is filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas – Houston Division.

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Originally published on February 8, 2021