King & Spalding’s Singapore office serves as the firm’s Asia-Pacific hub for our energy projects and international arbitration practices. Our team of five partners and 11 other fee-earners help clients meet the opportunities and challenges of the Asian market by offering local knowledge and experience combined with the international reach and resources of the firm.
King & Spalding’s International Arbitration Practice has more than 60 lawyers resident in offices located across the world, and the practice and its lawyers have been ranked among the best in the world by Chambers Global, Chambers Asia, Chambers USA, Global Arbitration Review and The Legal 500. The firm’s arbitration practice in Asia comprises a multi-cultural team of international lawyers with extensive experience representing clients in arbitrations held in the region and worldwide. Their expertise covers both commercial and investment treaty arbitrations in a wide range of business sectors, with an emphasis on oil and gas, power and construction disputes. John Savage, who leads the practice in Asia, also sits as arbitrator and is a Vice-President of the Court and a Director of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), the region’s premier international arbitration institution.
King & Spalding’s Energy Practice has more than 150 lawyers resident in 12 offices around the globe giving King & Spalding one of the broadest and deepest benches of energy lawyers in the world. The firm is one of the most active law firms in the global energy industry advising and representing clients on a broad spectrum of transactions, financings and disputes. The firm’s Singapore-based energy lawyers have experience across the oil and gas, power and project finance sectors, forging solid solutions for clients in Asia and beyond. The firm’s leading LNG practice has handled matters in 40+ countries since 2000, including in Australia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Japan, India, Korea, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea as well as Singapore.