Jessica L. Webb

Law Clerk, New York

Biography

Overview

Jessica is a law clerk in the Project Development and Finance Group in the Firm's New York office. Her practice focuses on representing owners and developers in the construction of large-scale domestic and international energy and infrastructure projects.

Jessica advises on all aspects of the project lifecycle from initial procurement through project execution. She has experience in the preparation and negotiation of major project documents including basic engineering and design, front-end engineering and design (FEED), equipment supply, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), design-build and long-term service agreements.

Jessica has advised clients on a variety of construction initiatives, including solar power facilities, battery energy storage systems (BESS), solar-plus-storage facilities, hydrogen and ammonia production facilities, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) production and export facilities.

Bars and Courts
Texas
Education
JD
Tulane University
MA
Tulane University
BA
Tulane University
Languages
English
*Not admitted to practice in the State of New York. Only admitted to practice in State of Texas.

Experience

Select experience includes advising:

International renewable energy company in the preparation of equipment supply and long-term service agreements for the development of solar and BESS projects across Latin America.

Construction and engineering firm in preparing a design-build agreement for the implementation of solar and battery infrastructure as part of a 30-year energy-as-a-service partnership with a major healthcare network.

Leading U.S. power provider, on requests for proposals, engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) agreements and equipment purchase agreements for the construction of a 100MW solar energy projects in California.

International energy company in a proposed joint venture relating to direct air carbon capture.

KOMIPO and its affiliated US subsidiaries on the acquisition, development and construction, back-leverage and tax equity financing of a 160 MWac solar project in Texas.

International renewable energy company on requests for proposals and basic engineering agreements for the construction of a green hydrogen and ammonia facility in Paraguay.

Microsoft in its preparation of a standardized global framework agreement for its use in constructing data centers worldwide.

LNG company in the drafting and negotiation of an EPC agreement to develop its LNG export facility near Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada. The project is valued in excess of US$10 billion.

Steel production company in the drafting and negotiation of equipment supply and construction agreements to develop a greenfield steel recycling mill near Miami, Florida, which is expected to be the least carbon-intensive steel mill in the world.  The project leverages a local, circular economy model and low-emission production technologies to drastically reduce the carbon footprint of the steelmaking process. The project is valued at approximately US$750 million.

International utilities company its development and construction of a vinyl chloride monomer, chlor-alkali, and polyvinyl chloride plant in Louisiana. The representation is ongoing and has included the drafting and negotiation of process design, license, FEED, and equipment supply agreements.

Large mid-stream energy company in the drafting and negotiation of license and engineering agreements in connection with its development of an olefins production plant with a 2,150,000 to 2,450,000 metric ton per year capacity in the southeastern United States.

US-based LNG company on the structuring and formation of their LNG-to-power investment platform, including the structuring, negotiation and drafting of agreements in connection with their first investment in an LNG-to-power project.

Natural gas company on the supply and transportation of gasoline, hydrogen and NGLs from their proposed gas-to-liquid facility in Texas.

Milestone Environmental Holdings, LLC and Milestone Environmental Services, LLC, as Borrowers, in connection with its US$45 million sustainability-linked loan agreement led by CommunityBank of Texas. MES is one of the largest independent energy waste sequestration providers in the United States, and a key business partner to energy companies looking to reduce their carbon footprint through cost-efficient waste management solutions.

Publications

"Knick v. Township of Scott: Redefining a Constitutional Injury to Give Takings Plaintiffs Their Day in Federal Court," 94 TUL. L. REV. Online 51 (2020).