Asia Projects and Project Finance
Global | Publication | November 2020
Our Asia project finance team has a strong record of managing complex, cross-border projects and project finance transactions across a broad range of sectors.
We have extensive experience in project structures in Asia and globally, advising lenders, sponsors, developers, institutional investors, contractors and operators in major domestic and cross-border energy and infrastructure projects.
We specialise in rail, ports, airports, renewables, LNG, gas and petrochemicals projects and regularly advise on transactions in Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
- Project Finance Group of the Year, Law 360, 2019
- Tier 1 for India Projects & Energy (International Firms), Chambers Asia – Pacific, 2019
- Tier 2 for Projects & Infrastructure, Chambers Asia – Pacific, 2019
- Asia Pacific Biomass Deal of the Year, IJ Global, Gulf Chana Green, Bangkok, 2018
- Tier 2, Asia Pacific Foreign Firms, Legal 500, 2018
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Norton Rose Fulbright advises Pavilion Energy on world’s first LNG sale & purchase agreement with carbon neutral ambitions
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Pavilion Energy Trading & Supply Pte. Ltd. (“Pavilion Energy”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pavilion Energy Pte. Ltd., on the world’s first LNG sale & purchase agreement (“SPA”) with carbon neutral ambitions.
Norton Rose Fulbright advises Total Marine Fuels on 10-year LNG bunkering contract with Pavilion Energy
Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has advised Total Marine Fuels, a subsidiary of French energy conglomerate Total SA on signing a 10-year contract with Pavilion Energy Singapore Pte. Ltd. to develop liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunker supply facilities in Singapore.
Tina River Hydro Development Project, Solomon Islands
We are advising the sponsors on the 15MW
Tina River Hydro Development Project, the first large-scale infrastructure project to be developed as a PPP in the Solomon Islands.
The project will help the country reduce its reliance on expensive fuel and allow it to significantly reduce emissions.