Singapore-based team advising a range of international bidders, sponsors and lenders on projects in Myanmar. Adept at advising on sizeable financing and development mandates in the oil and gas, power, transportation and telecommunications sectors, alongside renewable energy. Provides in-depth expertise in relation to project documentation, including EPC, O&M and PPA contracts, as well as land issues.
Assisted EDF, Marubeni and Ayeyar Hinthar, as project sponsors, with the USD1.5 billion development of the Shweli-3 671 MW hydropower project.
Singapore-based Ben Thompson advises both lenders and sponsors on the financing and development of a variety of projects in Myanmar. His focus includes oil and gas, power, renewable energy and telecommunications infrastructure mandates.
Nathan Dodd is a projects specialist and continues to advise on power generation matters in Myanmar, including renewable energy. He acts for sponsors and international lenders, acting from the firm's Singapore office.
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Following the lifting of longstanding sanctions on Myanmar, Mayer Brown was one of the first international firms to work on a successful project there, advising Toyo Thai on the Ahlone 121 MW combined- cycle IPP, the first independent power project to be constructed in Myanmar.
Since then, our work has increased in volume and profile, including many first-of-their-kind transactions in the country, such as advising the lenders on the Myingyan 225 MW gas-fired power project, which is Myanmar’s first internationally competitively tendered power project; the country’s first multi-bank project financing; and the most anticipated infrastructure project in Myanmar to date.