Callum Johnson

Counsel, Houston



Callum Johnson is counsel in the Firm's Construction & Engineering group and is based in the Houston office.  He advises owners and contractors on construction disputes and project execution issues arising out of large scale international infrastructure and energy projects, and has particular experience advising on LNG processing facilities.

Callum has advised clients in complex arbitrations under several insitutional rules, with various different seats.  He has also spent time on secondment with a client's project team, and has given talks on issues arising in megaprojects to several leading engineering schools in the UK and the Netherlands.

Bars and Courts
Solicitor, England and Wales
The College of Law
Nottingham Law School
Politics and Philosophy
University of York
Only admitted in England and Wales. Not licensed in Texas


Select experience includes advising:

International oil & gas company in an arbitration about several major delay, disruption and pricing disputes arising out of an EPC contract for the construction of an LNG processing facility.

International oil & gas company in connection with issues arising under an EPC contract for the construction of an LNG facility.

Contractor in an arbitration arising out of the termination of an EPC contract in respect of a renewables power plant project in Europe.

Contractor on a joint venture dispute arising out of a major infrastructure project.

Leading international contractor in an ICC arbitration relating to the construction of a process plant in East Asia.*

Main contactor in an LCIA arbitration arising out of an oil and gas project in the Caribbean.*

Specialist subcontractor in a multi-million dollar ICC arbitration relating to M&E services at an oil and gas project in the Middle East.*

*Matters prior to joining White & Case