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Tessa Davis

Partner
Linklaters

Tessa is a partner in our banking and projects team in Singapore who has extensive experience in the development, structuring and multi-sourced financing of energy and infrastructure projects. Tessa has practised more than 15 years in New York, London and Singapore. Tessa has acted on some of most significant roles on some of the biggest projects deals globally, and regularly acts for export credit agencies. Tessa’s relevant experience includes advising:

> SunEdison on the IFC/OPIC financing of a Bulgarian solar facility
> BP on the sale of its European solar business
> an international energy company on its bid to acquire an interest in a developer of power projects in Indonesia, with an active portfolios of operating and under-development projects (thermal and renewables);
> US Exim Bank and commercial lenders on the financing of the Talas de Maciel wind farm project in Uruguay
> a bidder on aspects of the diligence (financing, land, grid, construction agreements, offtake, development status) on a potential acquisition of Airtricity – a developer with a portfolio of over 8GW of wind project assets
> the sponsors (led by BP) on the US$8bn Tangguh LNG Train 3 Expansion Project in Indonesia, involving a US$3.7bn multi-sourced financing from leading Asian ECAs and many commercial banks;
> a potential lender to an Indonesian power project in respect of the bankability of a BVGL
> the sponsors on the c$1bn ECA/IFI financing of a LNG receiving terminal in South East Asia;
> on core aspects of the restructuring of the Jurong Aromatics Refinery (in Receivership) in Singapore (a US$2.4bn PF financed aromatics refinery plant);
> Macquarie Infrastructure Fund on its acquisition of a significant interest in the Universal Terminal oil storage terminal in Singapore;
> on the structuring and financing of the completion of the JBIC-supported Tuban petrochemical facility in Indonesia;
> the lenders on the financing of the US$9bn Qatargas II liquefaction facility (which included a US-EXIM Bank and SACE facility) in Qatar;
> KOGAS in respect of its LNG offtake from Sabine Pass Liquefaction Facility, USA;
> Repsol on the US$6.7bn sale to Shell of its LNG assets in Trinidad & Tobago, Peru and Spain, including its downstream interests in the Peru LNG facility;
> BP in the structuring of a clearance mechanism for capacity at the Isle of Grain regasification terminal in England;
> the finance parties (including commercial banks, Islamic finance institutions and various export credit agencies (including COFACE, CESCE, K-sure, KEXIM, JBIC, NEXI and Hermes)) in connection with the US$14bn Jubail Refinery and Petrochemical Project in Saudi Arabia;
> the lenders in connection with the administration of the Q-Chem I and Qatofin petrochemical plants in Qatar and the sponsors on the ORYX gas-to-liquids facility and Qafco V fertiliser plant in Qatar; and
> RWE on the development and financing of the Nabucco cross border gas pipeline, which was proposed to cross Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey.

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