Callum Fitzpatrick

Associate, Singapore (on client secondment)

Biography

Overview

Callum is an associate in the Firm's Project Development and Finance Group and advises on the development and financing of energy and major infrastructure projects in Asia and Australia.

Bars and Courts
Supreme Court of Victoria
Education
Juris Doctor
University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Science
University of Western Australia
Languages
English

Experience

Callum's experience includes representation of:

The lenders on the €2.7 billion (NT$94 billion) financing of wpd's 640 MW Yunlin offshore wind project in Taiwan. The lender group includes multiple export credit agencies and a large syndicate of international and Taiwanese commercial banks. This deal won "Asia Pacific Renewable Deal of the Year 2019" by PFI Awards, "Overall ECA-backed Deal of the Year 2019" by TXF Awards, "Asia Pacific Offshore Wind Deal of the Year 2019" by IJGlobal Awards, and "Deal of the Year 2019" by Asian-mena Counsel.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) on the development, equity sale process and US$3 billion (NT$90 billion) financing of the 589 MW Changfang and Xidao (CFXD) offshore wind project in Taiwan.

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC), as financier, on the project financing of the Summit LNG import terminal in Bangladesh.

Saudi Aramco on the development and financing of the US$15.3 billion Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) joint venture with Petronas in Malaysia. The financing parties include six export credit agencies, JBIC, NEXI, KEXIM, K-Sure, CESCE and SACE, and 23 commercial banks. This deal won "Asia Pacific Petrochemical Deal of the Year 2019" by PFI Awards, "Asia Pacific Petrochemicals Deal of the Year 2019" by IJGlobal Awards, "Asia-Pacific ECA-backed Deal of the Year 2019" by TXF Awards, "Project Finance Deal of the Year 2020" by IFLR Asia-Pacific Awards, and "Regional Petrochemical Deal of the Year 2020" and "Malaysia Petrochemical Deal of the Year 2020" by The Asset Triple A Asia Infrastructure Awards.

Saudi Aramco on the development and financing of the US$20 billion Sadara Chemical Project, a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and The Dow Chemical Company to build and operate a world-scale integrated chemical complex in Jubail Industrial City in Saudi Arabia.

FRV on the development and financing the Goonumbla Solar Farm in New South Wales, Australia.

The lenders on the project financing of the Crookwell 2 Wind Farm in New South Wales, Australia.