"Notably worked on some of the only nuclear power projects in the country."

Our work on energy is led by the project development and finance practice which has advised on complex, large-scale projects related to energy, infrastructure and natural resources. Our energy portfolio includes nuclear, hydro, thermal, solar, bagasse and other renewable as well as non-renewable energy projects. AsiaLaw observes that we have “notably worked on some of the only nuclear power projects in the country”.

In infrastructure projects, we have advised on various aspects of the construction and development of roads, bridges, airports, water and waste management systems, gas pipelines, transmission networks and other critical communication and transport networks.

In the process, we have acted for governments, sub-sovereign entities, regulators, lenders, sponsors,  developers as well as EPC and O&M contractors. Our industry experience of working for such a diverse set of actors allows us to provide clients with technical and practical insights that are always one step ahead of the market.

As part of our philosophy, we build cross-disciplinary teams to draw from the wealth of experience from other practice areas and industry sectors to help clients in structuring transactions that suit their business needs. Our teams have worked on various energy and infrastructure projects that have been financed in a myriad ways including PPP, PFI and BOT basis.

Our key work highlights include advising:

  • Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission on the project documentation and financing of 1100 MW x 2 Nuclear Power Plants
  • A state-owned entity on the project documentation for the Chashma 5 Nuclear Power Project (1100 MW) in Punjab including EPC, O&M Contracts and other financing documents
  • ISGS on the Inter-State Gas Pipeline to be laid between Iran and Pakistan
  • WAPDA with respect to the power purchase agreement for the Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project
  • ET Solar International on its EPC and O&M obligations in relation to the construction of a 12 MWp solar power plant at Pind Dadan Khan, Punjab, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating the energy purchase agreement, the implementation agreement, the EPC agreements (split on-shore and off-shore), project coordination agreement and the O&M agreements (short-term and long-term)
  • Quaid-e-Azam Thermal Power Limited on a range of issues concerning the 1180 MW thermal power plant in Bhikki
  • Synergy Resources on the construction of a 40 MW power plant for the provision of electricity to Bahria Town in Rawalpindi
  • Sanjwal Solar regarding the development, construction, operation and maintenance of a 5MW PV Solar Power Plant in Wah
  • Alternate Energy Development Board (AEDB) on extension of letter of support and the performance guarantee submitted by M/s Bahawalpur Energy Limited in connection with its 31.20 MW Bagasse Based Renewable Energy Project
  • National Transmission & Despatch Company (NTDCL) on awarding a contract of transmission scheme for dispersal of power from Neelum-Jhelum Hydro Power Project and the turnkey construction of a 220-KV Transmission Line between NTDCL, EDBI and SUNIR
  • Sui Northern Gas Pipeline Limited (SNGPL) in drafting and negotiating a 50 mmcfd Gas Supply Agreement with Pakistan Electric Power Company (PEPCO)

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