Rebecca is a transactional and advisory lawyer specialising in projects and construction. She advises on complex projects across a broad range of sectors with particular experience working with energy and resources clients.
She assists with risk allocations, tendering and drafting and negotiation of contract documentation at the commencement of a project and continues to advise clients during the development and operational phase.
Rebecca has worked for international law firms in London and Australia and acted on major projects located in Australia, the United Kingdom, Guinea, Mongolia, Kenya and Madagascar.
Acting on its Toliara mineral sands project including in relation to its procurement strategy.
Acting for CBH in relation to its procurement of rail services.
Advised on its arrangements to supply power to its Tanami gold mine, including a Gas Transport Agreement and a Power Purchase Agreement.
Drafting and advising on a suite of model procurement contracts for use on international projects.
Acting on the Simandou project which involved the construction of an iron ore mine and related infrastructure in Guinea, including: suite of model procurement contracts tailored for the project; main electrical vendor package and related long term maintenance agreement; major logistics contract; contract for the supply and installation of an overland conveyor system; and EPCM contract.
Advised on its suite of model procurement contracts including specific advice and drafting of the indemnities regimes.
Advised on an agreement for the supply of power to the Tembang Project.
Advised on the acquisition of Glencore’s Sinclair Nickel Project.
Governments and businesses around the world are dealing with a new paradigm and greater uncertainty in the face of COVID-19.
One of the most important mechanisms in a contract for allocating risk is the ability to exclude “indirect” and “consequential” loss using exclusion clauses. It is typically on a party’s list of...