Here’s a selection of our energy sector credentials in China:
A global renewables company on the relevant employment matters related to its global rebranding.
A Japanese power company who are part of a consortium on the Chinese anti-trust aspects of a proposed acquisition of a joint venture.
A global energy conglomerate on its acquisition of minority shares in a domestic company from the existing Chinese shareholders. We also reviewed the legal advice in relation to the merger control filing, particularly whether the previous clearance notice from MOFCOM would still apply to its new acquisition structure.
A global petroleum on the new PRC cybersecurity law.
A Chinese renewables company on a dispute of a EPC contract for building a windfarm in Romania.
A Chinese renewables company on the drafting and negotiation of a Deed of Guarantee and also share mortgage agreements over the shares.
A Chinese power company on coordinating the legal due diligence of its investment into Zambia, which is a project supported by the Belt and Road initiative.
A Chinese export company on coordinating the legal due diligence of its investment into Tanzania, Kenya and Indonesia, which is a project supported by the Belt and Road initiative.
Repsol on the disposal of its offshore wind power business in the UK to SDIC Power, one of the biggest state-owned investment companies in China, for €238 million.
A global market leader of Maersk within marine service industry on the potential anti-trust issue of the draft joint venture contract for the establishment of a joint venture with two other Chinese partners.