Gareth Oxley | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Gareth Oxley

Associate, London

T +44 20 7532 1604

E gareth.oxley@whitecase.com

Overview

Gareth Oxley is an associate in the London Construction and Engineering group. He advises clients on non-contentious construction and infrastructure projects across a range of sectors, including energy, oil and gas, processing, commercial property, transport and infrastructure and mining.

He has acted for owners (public and private), sponsors, lenders, contractors and subcontractors and has extensive experience preparing, negotiating and reviewing standard form and bespoke contracts. 

Bars and Courts

  • High Court of Australia
  • Supreme Court of Queensland

Education

  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, Queensland University of Technology
  • LLB, Queensland University of Technology
  • BIT, Queensland University of Technology

Languages

  • English

Experience

Acting for the owners of the ~$25 billion Australia Pacific LNG Project in relation to the development and maintenance of a downstream LNG liquefaction plant and upstream gas processing plants, water treatment facilities and telecommunications facilities in Queensland, Australia.

Acting for Qatar Rail in the development of FIDIC based contracts for the rail operation and facilities management of the Doha Metro and Lusail Light Rail Transit network, which form part of Qatar Rail's landmark US$37 billion rail infrastructure project.

Acting for the project company with respect to a proposed 1,000 MW high voltage power interconnector project between the UK and France. The link will be 75 km long and placed in the service tunnel of the Eurotunnel between the UK and France.

Acting for the sponsors / project company in relation to the engineering, procurement, construction, operation and maintenance of a US$650 million LNG import terminal in Bahrain.

Acting for the owners of the Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold mine in Mongolia in relation to the preparation and negotiation of an EPC contract for a 750MW "captive" coal-fired power station.