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Christina is an associate based in King & Spalding’s Singapore office. Christina's practice focuses on oil and gas and LNG matters, including M&A and project developments, as well as infrastructure and power projects throughout Asia and North America.

Prior to joining King & Spalding, Christina practiced corporate and commercial law with an international law firm in Manila, and advised a range of clients in infrastructure, energy, mining, retail, and information technology. She also has experience working in-house, as part of the business development team of the infrastructure arm of one of the Philippines’ largest conglomerates. Christina was also a consultant with the World Bank in Washington, D.C., advising governments on matters related to the regulatory frameworks of oil and mining. She also served as a part-time professor in the Ateneo Law School and the Far Eastern University School of Law.

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Credentials

Master of Laws, Columbia University, with honors

J.D., Ateneo de Manila University, with honors

B.S., Management, Ateneo de Manila University, magna cum laude

New York

Phillippines

Singapore Registered Foreign Lawyer

Integrated Bar of the Philippines

English

Filipino

Matters

Advising a confidential consortium on the project structuring options, bidding process, project development and financing for an LNG/FSRU import terminal project in the Philippines

Advising a confidential client in connection with its LNG procurement strategy in Southeast Asia

Advising Ophir Energy Plc on the US$ 205 million agreement to acquire a package of Southeast Asian assets including material producing assets in Vietnam and Indonesia plus exploration and appraisal assets in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh, from Australian-listed Santos Limited

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Advising a confidential consortium on the project structuring options, bidding process, project development and financing for an LNG/FSRU import terminal project in the Philippines

Advising a confidential client in connection with its LNG procurement strategy in Southeast Asia

Advising Ophir Energy Plc on the US$ 205 million agreement to acquire a package of Southeast Asian assets including material producing assets in Vietnam and Indonesia plus exploration and appraisal assets in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh, from Australian-listed Santos Limited

Advising PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited in the acquisition by its subsidiary of a 33.8% stake in APICO LLC from Tatex Thailand LLC and Tatex Thailand II LLC, with a total transaction value of approximately US$ 64 million

Advising the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority in the negotiation of a fuel supply and facility conversion agreement for the supply of natural gas and conversion of two of Puerto Rico’s electric generating facilities

Advising Anadarko and Area 1 Partners on the negotiation of its long-term LNG SPA relating to the Mozambique LNG Project with China National Offshore Oil Corporation

Advising Keppel Capital in its purchase of 30% of the shares in Gimi MS, which plans to undertake the development, construction and operation of a floating LNG facility in offshore Mauritania and Senegal

Advising H-Energy on a number of its LNG sale and purchase agreements with various buyers

Advising a consortium of seven conglomerates with a combined market capitalization of US$40 billion dollars in its bid to rehabilitate, expand, operate, and maintain the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, with a project cost of US$2 billion

Advising a Malaysian airport operator in their bid to build, operate, and maintain the Mactan Cebu International Airport, which involves the construction of a new passenger terminal, renovation and expansion of the existing terminal, operation, maintenance, and management of the terminals, and other airport-related works, valued at USD$324 million

Advising a  French transport systems operator in their bid to operate, rehabilitate, and maintain the 20-kilometer light railway transit of Metro Manila, Philippines, valued at US$1 billion

A consortium of seven Philippine conglomerates with a combined market capitalization of US$40 billion dollars in its bid to rehabilitate, expand, operate, and maintain the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, with a project cost of US$2 billion.

A Malaysian airport operator in their bid to build, operate, and maintan the Mactan Cebu International Airport, which involves the construction of a new passenger terminal, renovation and expansion of the existing terminal, operation, maintenance, and management of the terminals, and other airport-related works, valued at USD$324 million.

A French transport systems operator in their bid to operate, rehabilitate, and maintain the 20-kilometer light railway transit of Metro Manila, Philippines, valued at US$1 billion.

A Spanish infrastructure group in their bid to design, build, operate, and maintain the 47-kilometer Cavite-Laguna Expressway Project, valued at US$650 million.

A confidential foreign entity that owns a national grid corporation on its corporate structure and governance for the operations of the country’s transmission grid.

A Philippine company on the drafting of its engineering, procurement, and construction contract for its initial investment in a windfarm in the Philippines.

A Japanese corporation on its purchase of a 20% stake in one of the largest independent power producers in the Philippines, valued at US$375 million.

Insights

Energy Law Exchange

July 10, 2019
LNG Prospects in South East Asia

Newsletter

July 3, 2019
Energy Newsletter July 2019

Article · Source: Project Finance International Global Energy Report

April 30, 2019
LNG Prospects in Southeast Asia

View all

Matters

Advising a confidential consortium on the project structuring options, bidding process, project development and financing for an LNG/FSRU import terminal project in the Philippines

Advising a confidential client in connection with its LNG procurement strategy in Southeast Asia

Advising Ophir Energy Plc on the US$ 205 million agreement to acquire a package of Southeast Asian assets including material producing assets in Vietnam and Indonesia plus exploration and appraisal assets in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh, from Australian-listed Santos Limited

See more
Icon close

Close

Matters

Advising a confidential consortium on the project structuring options, bidding process, project development and financing for an LNG/FSRU import terminal project in the Philippines

Advising a confidential client in connection with its LNG procurement strategy in Southeast Asia

Advising Ophir Energy Plc on the US$ 205 million agreement to acquire a package of Southeast Asian assets including material producing assets in Vietnam and Indonesia plus exploration and appraisal assets in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh, from Australian-listed Santos Limited

Advising PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited in the acquisition by its subsidiary of a 33.8% stake in APICO LLC from Tatex Thailand LLC and Tatex Thailand II LLC, with a total transaction value of approximately US$ 64 million

Advising the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority in the negotiation of a fuel supply and facility conversion agreement for the supply of natural gas and conversion of two of Puerto Rico’s electric generating facilities

Advising Anadarko and Area 1 Partners on the negotiation of its long-term LNG SPA relating to the Mozambique LNG Project with China National Offshore Oil Corporation

Advising Keppel Capital in its purchase of 30% of the shares in Gimi MS, which plans to undertake the development, construction and operation of a floating LNG facility in offshore Mauritania and Senegal

Advising H-Energy on a number of its LNG sale and purchase agreements with various buyers

Advising a consortium of seven conglomerates with a combined market capitalization of US$40 billion dollars in its bid to rehabilitate, expand, operate, and maintain the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, with a project cost of US$2 billion

Advising a Malaysian airport operator in their bid to build, operate, and maintain the Mactan Cebu International Airport, which involves the construction of a new passenger terminal, renovation and expansion of the existing terminal, operation, maintenance, and management of the terminals, and other airport-related works, valued at USD$324 million

Advising a  French transport systems operator in their bid to operate, rehabilitate, and maintain the 20-kilometer light railway transit of Metro Manila, Philippines, valued at US$1 billion

A consortium of seven Philippine conglomerates with a combined market capitalization of US$40 billion dollars in its bid to rehabilitate, expand, operate, and maintain the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, with a project cost of US$2 billion.

A Malaysian airport operator in their bid to build, operate, and maintan the Mactan Cebu International Airport, which involves the construction of a new passenger terminal, renovation and expansion of the existing terminal, operation, maintenance, and management of the terminals, and other airport-related works, valued at USD$324 million.

A French transport systems operator in their bid to operate, rehabilitate, and maintain the 20-kilometer light railway transit of Metro Manila, Philippines, valued at US$1 billion.

A Spanish infrastructure group in their bid to design, build, operate, and maintain the 47-kilometer Cavite-Laguna Expressway Project, valued at US$650 million.

A confidential foreign entity that owns a national grid corporation on its corporate structure and governance for the operations of the country’s transmission grid.

A Philippine company on the drafting of its engineering, procurement, and construction contract for its initial investment in a windfarm in the Philippines.

A Japanese corporation on its purchase of a 20% stake in one of the largest independent power producers in the Philippines, valued at US$375 million.

Insights

Energy Law Exchange

July 10, 2019
LNG Prospects in South East Asia

Newsletter

July 3, 2019
Energy Newsletter July 2019

Article · Source: Project Finance International Global Energy Report

April 30, 2019
LNG Prospects in Southeast Asia

View all

Credentials

Master of Laws, Columbia University, with honors

J.D., Ateneo de Manila University, with honors

B.S., Management, Ateneo de Manila University, magna cum laude

New York

Phillippines

Singapore Registered Foreign Lawyer

Integrated Bar of the Philippines

English

Filipino