Yushu Xie

Associate, Melbourne



Yushu is an associate in our Project Development and Finance Group in the Melbourne office. She advises clients on the acquisition, development, construction, maintenance and sale of major infrastructure and construction projects, as well as disputes on major infrastructure projects, in particular regarding transportation (road and rail) and building.

Bars and Courts
High Court of Australia
New South Wales
University of Sydney
Jinan University


Advising the lenders on the €2.7 billion (NT$94 billion) financing of wpd’s 640 MW Yunlin offshore wind project in Taiwan. The lender group includes multiple export credit agencies and a large syndicate of international and Taiwanese commercial banks. This deal won “Asia Pacific Renewable Deal of the Year 2019” by PFI Awards.

Advising Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) on the development, equity sale process and US$3 billion (NT$90 billion) financing of the 589 MW Changfang and Xidao (CFXD) offshore wind project in Taiwan.

Advising Neoen and John Laing on the AUD 650 million portfolio refinancing of all three stages of the Hornsdale Wind Farm in South Australia, Australia.

Advising the Victorian Government in relation to the business case and procurement of the AUD 50 billion Suburban Rail Loop.

Advising the Victorian Government in relation to the AUD 11 billion Metro Tunnel Project in Victoria, Australia.

Advising OCP Asia on the AUD 80 million refinancing of Bothar Group that involves Australia, Hong Kong, and Qatar.

Advising INPEX Operations Australia Pty Ltd on disputes in relation to the US$37 billion Ichthys Project in South Australia, Australia.

Advising Moorebank Intermodal Company Limited on the dispute between Moorebank Intermodal Company Limited and Precinct Developer Co in relation to the AUD 1.5 billion Moorebank Intermodal Terminal Development Project in New South Wales, Australia.

Advising Transurban Queensland on the dispute between Transurban Queensland and Leighton Abigroup Joint Venture in relation to the AUD 1.88 billion Gateway Upgrade Project in Queensland, Australia.