The transition to sustainable infrastructure will be the impetus for a new wave of project financings in Asia. This includes emerging areas such as batteries, electric vehicles, energy conversion plants, energy-from-waste, biomass, hydrogen, wind and solar power and carbon capture and the supply and processing of critical minerals such as lithium, nickel, copper, cobalt and vanadium.
Our finance team is recognised for our project finance work. We have extensive experience in structuring ventures and in project implementation especially in Indonesia.
We also have significant experience in the mining sector and related downstream enterprises with a focus on Indonesian transactions. Our advice covers the entire mine life cycle and relies on our deep understanding of equity and debt capital markets and of restructurings. Our lawyers advise clients on bilateral/multilateral facilities, mine and infrastructure financing, public private partnerships (PPP), procurement and construction contracts (EPC), offtake and transport agreements, mining agreements, production sharing agreements, restructurings, ESG, political risk insurance and performance risk issues. We also have lawyers that advise on ancillary matters relating to M&A, joint ventures and disputes.