Our energy and infrastructure lawyers have long-standing ties with the Thai energy industry and represent owners and developers of energy and infrastructure projects in all aspects of acquisition and development, from power purchase, fuel supply, EPC, O/E, and maintenance agreements to underlying licensing and other necessary legal instruments for financing projects and within our range of experience. We advise on all phases of project development, from planning to financing to implementation, and provide ongoing legal monitoring and support.
In recent years, our energy and infrastructure attorneys have advised on a variety of complex power and renewable energy projects in the region, helping to put in place legal frameworks for financing, building and operating power plants, including extensive due diligence on government contracts with both private and state-owned enterprises. We have also helped to draft and negotiate complex engineering, procurement, construction, and design services contracts in the nuclear industry.
Our energy and infrastructure lawyers have advised international energy companies in upstream, midstream and downstream oil and gas markets, and our legal expertise extends to chemicals/petrochemicals, electric, energy infrastructure development, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), mining and minerals, power generation and transmission, and renewable energy. We routinely advise producers and distributors on energy industry deals and financings, as well as regulatory affairs issues with respect to clients’ infrastructure projects, investments and transactions.
According to the Asian Development Bank, energy demand in the Asia-Pacific region is projected to double by 2030. Projects to generate power to meet demand require legal specialists for financing, construction, and operation.
Our energy and infrastructure attorneys routinely perform contract administration work for concession contracts in government projects and private sector infrastructure projects. Our energy industry lawyers are regularly engaged to liaise and negotiate with Thai government departments and regulatory agencies, and represent private sector organizations and investors with respect to their energy industry projects in Thailand.
Our practical experience over the years means our energy and infrastructure lawyers are well-positioned to provide innovative and practical advice to developers, contractors, suppliers, financial institutions, and operators of power facilities, and maximize available environmental and tax incentives for clean energy projects involving solar power, wave power, wind power, and biofuels.