Tom Swarbrick is a construction lawyer with a focus on the energy sector. He has represented governments, developers, funders and contractors in relation to major projects in the oil and gas and power sectors. Tom has particular experience of projects in Africa and the Middle East.
Recent Notable Matters
Ophir Energy plc — $2 billion floating LNG project offshore Equatorial Guinea, including host government arrangements, LNG sales agreements, chartering agreements, joint venture arrangements, project financing and construction
EOG Resources, Inc. — various contract packages, including transportation and installation, fabrication and installation and other related contract packages for its offshore developments in Trinidad and Tobago
Genel Energy plc — construction matters in the Bina Bawi field in Kurdistan and in Morocco
Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan — development of the Kashagan oil field, the largest discovered, undeveloped oil field in the world
Consortium comprising Saudi Oger and Arabia Group — project development and financing of a 50 MW solar PV project in Jordan
Sponsors, comprising Ennera Energy and Mobility, Arabia Trading & Consulting Co. and Hanwha Engineering Construction Corp. — 10 MW Arabia One solar PV project in Jordan
F4E (an agency of the European Union) — procurement of the $20 billion Tokomak nuclear fusion reactor in Cadarache, France
UBB consortium (Balfour Beatty and Urbaser) — construction of a waste-to-energy facility in Gloucestershire, U.K.
Consortium of SMBC, Barclays, Bayern LB and Green Investment Bank — construction and operation of a waste processing facility in Wakefield, U.K.
Lenders — construction of the Perovo Solar Power Park, a 100 MW facility in Crimea, Ukraine
Publications and Speeches
“Programmes for Africa and the Middle East,” Energy World, September 2015.