Global Singapore Projects & Infrastructure: International
Rankings overview for Departments
- Milbank LLP 10 Years Ranked
- Shearman & Sterling 10 Years Ranked
- Allen & Overy
- Latham & Watkins LLP
- James J Murray Milbank LLP15 Years Ranked
- Jason Humphreys
- Stephen P McWilliams
- Nicholas Wong Clifford Chance14 Years Ranked
- Nick Merritt Norton Rose Fulbright13 Years Ranked
- Ross Howard Clifford Chance7 Years Ranked
- Andrew Roche
- Michael J Yoshii
- Scott Lovell
- Andrew Digges Norton Rose Fulbright12 Years Ranked
- Ben Thompson Mayer Brown PK Wong & Nair Pte. Ltd.10 Years Ranked
- Clarinda Tjia-Dharmadi McDermott Will & Emery LLP18 Years Ranked
- James Orme Milbank LLP6 Years Ranked
- Matthew Buchanan Clifford Chance9 Years Ranked
- Chin Chuan Chen
- David Platt
- Don Stokes
- James Harris
All Departments profiles
1Milbank LLPProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 1 | 10 Years RankedMilbank's Singapore office is exceptionally well regarded for its advice on complex power projects, particularly in Indonesia, as well as neighbouring jurisdictions such as Malaysia and the Philippines. The team is experienced in assisting with coal-fired plant development, as well as varied renewable power mandates. The firm maintains an impressive slate of lenders and sponsors as clients, who value the team's formidable capabilities in both finance and development. The practice is well placed to advise on infrastructure-related mandates, as well as mining projects. Asian Development Bank, Supreme Energy and Sumitomo feature among the firm's client roster. 1Shearman & SterlingProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 1 | 10 Years RankedShearman & Sterling's highly acclaimed team in Singapore has a focus on project finance and development in the power sector. The firm has a varied client base including prominent developers as well as ECAs, and commercial and development banks. The team provides expert counsel on greenfield projects, and is noted for its deft handling of oil and gas, coal and infrastructure mandates. The firm is particularly active on LNG, assisting its high-profile Asian client base with investments around the world. The team is experienced in acquisitions and disposals in the energy and natural resources space, as well as joint venture arrangements related to the energy transition. The practice is active on the renewable energy front in the region, with recent activity on major solar, hydropower and wind projects. Shearman & Sterling offers a wide spread of expertise across Asia, including projects in South-East Asia, South Asia and the Middle East. The firm's notable clientele includes China Telecom and the IFC.
- Allen & OveryProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 1
- Latham & Watkins LLPProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 1
2Clifford ChanceProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 2 | 10 Years RankedClifford Chance Singapore's high-calibre team is recommended for its experience in large power and infrastructure projects. The team is especially active on matters in the renewable energy space, including wind and solar, while also advising on the financing of LNG upstream and downstream projects. Clifford Chance leverages its comprehensive global network and impressive construction capabilities to provide support on project financing and development across the region, and further afield. Clients include private and state-owned project sponsors, commercial lenders and ECAs, with examples of clients including Macquarie Capital and CDPQ. Clifford Chance's Singapore-based team also supports energy sector clients on M&A and financing transactions.
- AshurstProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 2
3Baker McKenzie Wong & LeowProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 3 | 10 Years RankedBaker McKenzie's Singapore projects and infrastructure group works in tandem with the finance team to support major energy multinationals and lenders on project development and financings. The firm handles both conventional and renewable power mandates, including hydropower, solar and wind projects. Baker McKenzie offers notable experience in Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam, working alongside its offices in each jurisdiction. The team is also recognised for advising on varied cross-border transactions relating to renewable power. Particular areas of strength include renewable energy investment, non-renewable power plants and LNG procurement. The firm's client list includes EDP Renováveis, Standard Chartered Bank and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners. 3Mayer Brown PK Wong & Nair Pte. Ltd.Projects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 3 | 10 Years RankedMayer Brown's team in Singapore especially excels in power projects in Myanmar and Vietnam, as well as elsewhere throughout South and South-East Asia. The firm is noted for its experience in wind power, as well as solar power plant projects. The practice is often active advising on oil and gas-related matters, including LNG. Mayer Brown represents both lenders and sponsors in project financing and development, with especially strong experience acting for multinationals. Key clients of the firm include China Light and Power and DEG. 3Norton Rose FulbrightProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 3 | 10 Years RankedNorton Rose Fulbright's well-resourced project finance practice in Singapore has an impressive global network and deep expertise across the power, infrastructure, and oil and gas sectors. The firm is well regarded for advice on project development, particularly in relation to power projects. LNG is also a key area of focus, including sale and purchase agreements, terminal use arrangements and marketing issues. It is experienced in renewable energy mandates, including solar and hydropower projects. The office maintains a broad portfolio of clients including ECAs and international banks, such as Standard Chartered Bank and Société Générale. The firm handles work across the region and further afield. 3White & Case Pte. Ltd.Projects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 3 | 10 Years RankedWhite & Case's Singapore team provides oil and gas majors and key regional lenders with sound advice on the development of power projects and petrochemical facilities. The firm is well regarded for advice relating to renewable project development, as well as transport infrastructure projects. White & Case in Singapore taps into industry expertise housed across its impressive global network. The firm's clientele includes leading export credit agencies and commercial banks, as well as project sponsors, with examples such as Asian Development Bank and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners.
4DLA Piper Singapore Pte LtdProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 4 | 1 Years RankedDLA Piper's team of lawyers in Singapore is recognised by the market for its project finance and development expertise across many jurisdictions in South-East Asia and South Asia, including recent matters in Myanmar, Cambodia and Bangladesh. The firm is active across an array of energy projects, including solar, hydrogen and LNG, as well as infrastructure mandates related to data centre development. The firm maintains an international client list, featuring the likes of DBS Bank, China Huadian and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. 4Hogan Lovells Lee & LeeProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 4 | 10 Years RankedHogan Lovells' team in Singapore acts on the development and financing of PPP infrastructure projects, as well as significant conventional and renewable power mandates. The firm is frequently instructed by regional sponsors, commercial banks and ECAs on projects across Asia, including in Taiwan and Vietnam. The practice is able to draw on complementary expertise from across the firm's international network of offices. Key clients of the team include Cathay Private Equity and EDF Renouvelables. 4Morrison FoersterProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 4 | 2 Years RankedMorrison Foerster's Singapore-based team often advises investors on project financing and development, as well as M&A, in relation to international renewable energy and LNG mandates. The practice also assists clients with transportation infrastructure projects in the region. The team in Singapore is particularly active in the Japanese market, leveraging the strength of its Tokyo office.
- Pinsent Masons MPillay LLPProjects & Infrastructure: International2023 | Band 4