Jennifer Shattock | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Jennifer Shattock

Associate, London

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Jennifer Shattock is an associate in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance Group based in the Firm's London office. Jennifer joined the Firm in 2013 and qualified in 2015. She has previously spent time in the Firm's London and Hong Kong offices.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales


  • BA, Oxford University
  • Legal Practice Course, BPP Holborn
  • GDL, University of Law


  • English


Representation of six ECAs (Atradius DSB, Euler Hermes, K-Exim, K-Sure, SACE and UKEF) and approximately 20 international and local banks in connection with the US$6.4 billion project financing (including multiple ECA covered tranches) of the large-scale LIWA Plastics petrochemical project in Oman. This transaction was recently recognised as "Project Finance Deal of the Year" by Bonds, Loans & Sukuk Middle East Awards.

Representation of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) on the Hassyan Clean Coal Power Project, an IPP which is being procured on a competitive basis and which involves the development of a greenfield 2,400 MW coal fired power generation plant, together with transshipment and coal handling facilities in the Emirate of Dubai.

Representation of International Finance Corporation (IFC) and a group of other lenders on a series of seven solar power projects in Jordan, comprising a majority of the "Round 1 Solar Power Programme" in Jordan. This deal was recently recognized as "Middle Eastern Renewables Deal of the Year" and "Overall Deal of the Year" by IJ Global (2015).

Representation of Aéroports de Paris and its partner Kingdom Holding Company in relation to their bid to undertake a 25 year operational concession of the new terminal of King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah.

Representation of ADWEA/ADWEC in connection with the US$35 billion Barakah nuclear project being developed in Abu Dhabi.

Assisting in the representation of KLPE, a joint venture consisting of United Chemicals Company, SAT and LG Chem, in connection with the US$4 billion development and financing of a petrochemical facility in Kazakhstan.