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Jamieson J. Logie

Partner

Jamieson J. Logie

Partner
Hong Kong +852-2826-8688+852-2826-8688 +852-2522-2280+852-2522-2280
[email protected]
Head of S&C’s Asia-Pacific Projects Practice, Jamie Logie focuses on projects work and has significant experience acting for developers, borrowers and lenders in projects in various industries, including the energy/oil and gas, mining and metals, power and infrastructure sectors. Jamie has more than 30 years of experience in international legal practice, all focused on project, asset and other finance and development work, including acquisition finance and restructurings.
 

Recognitions

  • Chambers Asia-Pacific (2017, 2018)
  • Chambers Global (2004-2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
  • Chambers UK (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
  • IFLR1000 (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
  • The Legal 500 United Kingdom (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
  • Super Lawyers (2013, 2014)

“Jamieson J Logie of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP moved to the Hong Kong office from London at the beginning of 2017. He attracts such plaudits as ‘he is a great projects lawyer’ and ‘he's first and foremost exceptionally brilliant in his experience.’ He offers some decades of international experience in project finance in areas such as oil and gas, mining and infrastructure.”
Chambers Global, 2017

“The ‘proactive and constructive’ Jamieson Logie attracts plaudits for his ability to ‘unblock a blocked situation’ and ‘get everyone to the table when things seem to be lost.’ He has extensive experience in project finance and development work across the world.”
Chambers Global, 2017

“Jamie Logie is described as ‘first rate, an excellent all-around advisor’.”
IFLR1000 UK, 2017

“The ‘smart and commercial’ Jamieson Logie is ‘very easy to work with’, according to sources. He works with a range of clients, including sponsors and lenders on energy, natural resources and mining projects.”
Chambers UK, 2016

“Jamieson Logie co-heads the department and enjoys an impressive profile in the sector, acting on a wide array of pipeline and mining projects. Sources describe him as an ‘excellent lawyer, very responsive and very civil’.”
Chambers UK, 2015

“One impressed client said: ‘He is focused on providing balanced, commercial, practical, fit-for-purpose advice’.”
Chambers UK, 2015

“Jamie is well known and has a good reputation” [and he is] “an excellent lawyer, nice and practical.”
Chambers UK, 2014

“Jamieson Logie’s experience includes projects in South Africa and Nigeria. Sources commend his knowledge of Africa: ‘He really knows projects inside and out, and is very good at coordinating large teams’ He also ‘knows people in local jurisdictions very well.’”
Chambers Global, 2013



SELECTED REPRESENTATIONS

Energy/Oil and Gas
  • TCO – $16 billion project financing for expansion of its upstream operations at the Tengiz supergiant oilfield; and a $4.5 billion project bond expansion financing (Kazakhstan)
  • Australia Pacific LNG – $8.5 billion financing (Australia/China)
  • TCO – KPI petrochemical project (Kazakhstan)
  • BTC pipeline project financing (Azerbaijan/Georgia/Turkey)
  • Shah Deniz gas pipeline project (Azerbaijan/Georgia/Turkey)
  • South Stream gas pipeline project (Russia/Turkey/Bulgaria)
  • CPC pipeline consortium – $500 million expansion financing (Russia/Kazakhstan)
  • Dolphin gas project – acting for lenders/underwriters on $4 billion bank/bond (Qatar/UAE/Oman) plus subsequent financings
  • Coega LNG/Power project (South Africa)
  • Nigeria LNG project (Nigeria)
  • Al Khaleej gas pipeline project (Qatar/Kuwait)
  • Various financing advice to oil company clients regarding Nigerian project developments
  • Various financings for offshore equipment, rigs and shipping
Mining/Metals
  • Antamina Mine Project and Refinancing (Peru)
  • Kenmare Resources plc – initial project financing restructuring its project and corporate financings for its Moma titanium/mineral sands project (Mozambique)
  • Tasiast gold mining project (Mauritania)
  • Boleo copper project (Mexico)
  • Emirates Aluminium Smelter Project – $4.875 billion project financing and expansion financings (UAE)
  • Moma titanium/mineral sands project (Mozambique)
  • Konkola copper project (Zambia)
  • Bulyanhulu gold project (Tanzania)
  • Kolwezi copper tailings project (DRC)
  • Ambatovy nickel project (Madagascar)
  • Loma de Niquel nickel project (Venezuela)
  • Lisheen zinc project (Ireland)
  • Palabora Copper Project (South Africa)
Power/Electricity
  • Medupi project (South Africa)
  • Coega project (South Africa)
  • Malaysian IPPs (YTL and Powertek)
  • Theun Hinboun hydropower project (Laos/Thailand)
  • Paiton II – ship financing (Indonesia)
  • Thai IPPs
  • Csepel II power project (Hungary)
  • Project Arbre – biomass project (U.K.)
Infrastructure/Real Estate
  • Angel Trains – rolling stock financing (UK)
  • Athens Spata Airport – fuel hydrant project (Greece)
  • Malaysian telecoms and satellite financings
  • Abertis S.A. – acquisition of SANEF toll roads (France)
Renewables/Alternative Energy
  • Million Solar Homes solar financing
  • UK Renewables projects
  • Sustainable Forestry Management – carbon trading joint venture and financing
  • Million Solar Homes Leasing financing (Tanzania)
Acquisition Finance
  • Consortium led by China Three Gorges – acquisition of Empresa de Generación Huallaga S.A./Chaglla Hydropower (Peru)
  • Investor consortium – financing of the sale of entire outstanding share capital of Daesung Industrial Gases (South Korea)
  • LG.Philips $2 billion joint venture financing (Asia, multinational)and subsequent restructuring
  • Rhône Capital L.L.C. – LWB Refractories Holding acquisition, financing and disposal (Germany, multinational)
  • Abertis Infraestructuras S.A. – €5 billion leveraged finance for acquisition of SANEF (France)
  • SBS Broadcasting – disposal/sale (Europe)
  • BP plc – disposal of Innovene chemicals business (UK)
  • ECONET acquisition finance (Nigeria)
  • GETCO Holding Company’s acquisition of KCG Holdings, Inc.
Restructuring/Strategic Finance
  • Moma project restructuring (Mozambique)
  • Representing Anglo American plc on Lisheen zinc project restructuring (Ireland)
  • NXP b.v. high yield and exchange offer
  • Honsel AG – restructuring (Germany)
  • LG.Philips Displays – restructurings (Asia)
  • Various shipping industry restructurings/refinancings
  • Einsteinet – debt/equity swap
  • Merrill Lynch – Bank of America – secured financings
  • SINCOR heavy oil project  – restructuring (Venezuela)