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Nomita Nair

Partner, Projects

Nomita specialises in international project finance transactions, especially within the energy and infrastructure sectors.  She advises on energy commercial contracts, the development and financing of oil & gas upstream, midstream and downstream projects, independent power projects and infrastructure projects throughout the world with a focus on the emerging markets.  Nomita has represented finance parties, project developers, government-linked entities and project participants. Her experience also includes several commercial secondments to international project finance institutions specialising in the oil and gas sector.

Nomita is also part of the team leading BLP’s Myanmar Practice. She is recognised in Chambers Asia Pacific 2014 as a leading individual for Myanmar. She is also a recommended lawyer by Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2014 for Projects and Energy (Foreign Firms).

Nomita is admitted to the bar in Singapore and the State of New York and is qualified as a Solicitor in England & Wales. Prior to joining BLP’s Singapore office, she lived and worked in London, New York and Dubai.
 

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Welcome to the latest edition of BLP’s monthly Myanmar update. We have distilled the latest Myanmar news into this ‘speed read’. Please get in touch for more information. British Chamber of Commerce opens in Myanmar On 16 July 2014 the first ever British Chamber of Commerce was registered to work in Myanmar, with an aim […][…]

Welcome to the latest edition of BLP’s monthly Myanmar update. We have distilled the latest Myanmar news into this ‘speed read’. Please get in touch for more information. RE-ISSUED BURMESE SANCTIONS REGULATIONS  On 30 June 2014, the Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC) published in the United States Federal Register a final rule amending and reissuing in […][…]

One of the biggest challenges Myanmar faces is its alarmingly low electrification rates. Without reliable sources of electricity, it is impossible to rapidly industrialise a country and improve the lives of ordinary citizens. Investors, especially in energy intensive industries, may also think twice before setting up in Myanmar. In this update, we consider the challenges […][…]

Welcome to the latest edition of BLP’s monthly Myanmar update. We have distilled the latest Myanmar news into this ‘speed read’. Please get in touch for more information. MYANMAR INVESTMENT COMMISSION RE-ESTABLISHED TO ATTRACT MORE FOREIGN INVESTMENT Myanmar Investment Commission (“MIC”), the organisation which oversees foreign investment in Myanmar, has been re-established as part of its […][…]

Welcome to the latest edition of BLP’s monthly Myanmar update. We have distilled the latest Myanmar news into this ‘speed read’. Please get in touch for more information. MYANMAR INVESTMENT COMMISSION TO BECOME INDEPENDENT BODY Following the 2013 restructuring of the Myanmar Investment Commission (“MIC”), when economists, businesspeople and representatives of non-governmental organisations were appointed to […][…]

Welcome to the latest edition of BLP’s monthly Myanmar update. We have distilled the latest Myanmar news into this ‘speed read’. Please get in touch for more information. Wishing a Happy Thingyan to all! ELECTRICITY TARIFF INCREASES APPROVED Attempts to increase the price of electricity were rejected by Parliament last November following angry demonstrations, with the […][…]

Electricity has been high on Myanmar’s agenda in the last six months – grants from international agencies, a draft electricity bill and most recently an increase in the electricity prices.  We highlight some of the key recent developments in the power sector and what this means for IPP developers. To read more click here: Myanmar_Power_Update_March2014[…]

Welcome to the latest edition of BLP’s monthly Myanmar update. We have distilled the latest Myanmar news into this ‘speed read’. Please get in touch for more information. POWER SECTOR REFORM ON THE WAY On 26 February 2014, the International Finance Corporation (“IFC”), a member of the World Bank Group, entered into a mandate agreement with […][…]

Welcome to the latest edition of BLP’s monthly Myanmar update. We have distilled the latest Myanmar news into this ‘speed read’. Please get in touch for more information. MINISTRY OF ENERGY OUTLINES DOMESTIC SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS FOR NEW OIL & GAS DISCOVERIES AND ANTICIPATED OFFSHORE BLOCKS AWARD DATE It has been reported that new discoveries of natural […][…]

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