Shu Shu Wong is an associate in the Energy, Power and Natural Resources Practice Group in the London office of Haynes and Boone, LLP.
Her practice focuses on the oil and gas and renewables sectors. She has been involved in a range of international projects transactions, including major government projects, across the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas.
Prior to joining the firm, Shu Shu was an associate in the Energy, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Projects Group of another leading international law firm in London. She spent six months on secondment in Beijing where she worked on various outbound investment projects involving Chinese state-owned enterprises and international energy companies.
- An African government on its early oil pilot scheme and the proposed construction of a crude-oil pipeline.
- A state-owned energy company in Bulgaria on its participation in an offshore LNG project in Greece.
- A state-owned energy company in Bulgaria on a cross-border gas interconnector project, including advising on a loan from an international financial institution to fund the construction costs.
- A multinational oil and gas company headquartered in the Netherlands on its financing and subsequent refinancing of a petrochemical plant in China.
- A multinational oil and gas company headquartered in the UK on the disposal of its interest in the management of a UK petrochemicals and industrial site.
- A Russian oil company in connection with a farm into an Uzbekistan PSC and JOA.
- A Chinese manufacturer of power transformers on its potential investment in a 500MW wind project in Southern Ukraine.
B.Sc., International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2010
Graduate Diploma in Law, College of Law London, 2011
Legal Practice Course, BPP Law School, 2013
LL.M., International Law, University College London, 2012
M.B.A., Legal Services, BPP Business School, 2015
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