Ee Lynn Tan

Counsel, Singapore



Ee Lynn Tan specializes in the development and financing of oil & gas, power and infrastructure projects.

Ee Lynn was named as a "Rising Star" for Singapore: Energy by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific, 2020-2022.

Bars and Courts
New South Wales
University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne


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 "Project Finance Deal of the Year 2020" by IFLR Asia-Pacific Awards, "Asia Pacific Petrochemical Deal of the Year 2019" by PFI Awards and "Asia Pacific Petrochemicals Deal of the Year 2019" by IJGlobal 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.

The lenders in connection with the financing and the proposed restructuring of a US$3.6 billion gas-to-liquids (GTL) project in Uzbekistan.

Ghazanfar Group, as sponsor, on the development and financing of a 58.6 MW gas-fired power plant in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners on the US$3 billion (NT$90 billion) project financing of the 589 MW Changfang and Xidao offshore wind project in Taiwan.

Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners on the acquisition of a 95 percent interest in Swancor Renewable Energy Co. Ltd, including its 25 percent interest in the Formosa 2 offshore wind project in Taiwan.

The Philippine Government (through the Asian Development Bank) as transaction advisor for the preparation, structuring and procurement of the operations and maintenance concession for the 148km, US$15.8 billion, North-South Commuter Rail Project. This role includes advising on the interoperation between railway lines and networks in Metro Manila.

IFC on its US$100 million debt financing to PT Surya Semesta Internusa Tbk (SSIA) made by way of an A Loan for IFC's own account and mobilization through IFC's Managed Co-Lending Portfolio Program (MCPP). The proceeds of the IFC loan will be used to fund phase one of SSIA's projects to develop a new 2,000 ha industrial estate in Subang, West Java.

IFC on its debt investment consisting of an "A" loan, in Southgate Ventures Pte. Ltd, a company incorporated in Singapore, to support the expansion of the borrower's education business in Indonesia through its Indonesian operating subsidiaries.