Yan Ng

International Lawyer, New York



Yan Ng is an international lawyer in the Energy, Infrastructure, Project and Asset Finance Group. Yan has been on long term secondment to the New York office since 2015. He has experience in both English and New York law governed deals and concentrates on domestic and international project transactions. Yan has represented developers, sponsors and financial institutions (including development banks and export credit agencies, commercial banks and private equity funds), in connection with the development, construction, purchase, sale and financing of energy and infrastructure assets (including air separation/ nitrogen and oxygen supply units, telecommunication networks, towers, liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, and petrochemical and power facilities). Yan also has experience in private M&A transactions. Yan joined the Firm in 2009 and qualified in 2011. He has also worked in the Tokyo office for six months.

Bars and Courts
New York State Bar
England and Wales
University College London


Representation of Bank of China, The Export-Import Bank of China, Shandong Branch, and Heze Branch of Evergrowing Bank Co., Ltd. in connection with the financing of the construction and development of a methanol plant by Yuhuang Chemical, Inc. to be located in St. James Parish, Louisiana.

Representation of Lenders in Connection With the $150 Million Refinancing of the Existing Project Financing for the Caucedo Port Project in the Dominican Republic.

Representation of Altán Consortium, a 10-company consortium led by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure, the International Finance Corporation and Grupo Multitel (a Madrid based telecommunications firm) in connection with the development and deployment of a 4G LTE shared wholesale telecommunications' services network (Red Compartida) following from its winning bid in Mexico's historic international public tender process for the concession thereof. This project is considered to be the largest telecoms project within the Administration of President Peña Nieto and one of the largest telecom projects in the history of Mexico.

Representation of GMR Infrastructure Limited in the US$300 million sale of 30% stake in GMR Energy Limited, a subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure Limited engaged in the development, operation and maintenance of power projects in India, to Tenaga Nasional Berhad.

Representation of Third Point LLC in connection with the Loan Agreement between Third Point Hellenic Recovery (Lux) S.a r.l. as lender, Energean International Limited as borrower and Energean E & P Holdings Limited as Guarantor, the proceeds of which were on-lent according to a back to back loan structure to Energean Oil & Gas SA as final borrower, a Greek oil-drilling company, for the acquisition of an oil rig and long lead materials and the refinancing of its existing debt.

Representation of New World Resources Plc on all financing-related aspects in in its comprehensive capital structure review and its €95 million divestment to Metalimex of its coke subsidiary OKK Koksovny, a.s., including the associated UK Listing Rules Class 1 transaction shareholder approval.

Representing Saudi Aramco on the "giga" project financing of a world-scale integrated petrochemical complex to be located on a site within the perimeter of the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu's Al Jubail Industrial City II on the east coast of Saudi Arabia.

Representing Nord Stream AG and the sponsors on the construction and financing of Phase I of the €7 billion 1,220 km gas pipeline project which runs from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea and the exclusive economic zones of Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Germany.