Michael Harrison

Partner

Michael Harrison

Singapore

P: +65.9836.1714

Energy & Power Generation

  • Dirio Power (owned by Minerals Resources Development Corporation) on the Hela US$400 million gas-fired power station development in PNG.*
  • NuiEnergi (a joint venture) on the proposed development a US$300 million gas fired power station development in PNG.*
  • ResourceCo on the development of two waste to energy projects (one in Queensland, one in Victoria), each around US$150 million.*
  • Equity participant and supplier to the proposed Tangerang waste to energy project in Indonesia.*
  • EnergyAustralia and ReGroup on the proposed development of a US$200 million refuse derived fuel power projects at Mount Piper, west of Lithgow, New South Wales.*
  • Dirio Power, on the Caution Bay US$350 million gas fired power station development in PNG.*
  • Project developer on the US$450 million East Rockingham waste to energy project in Perth, Western Australia – Australia's second waste to energy facility.*
  • EnergyAustralia on the Tallawarra B gas fired and hydrogen fired power station project (until handed over to Australian team in 2019), having acted on the Tallawarra A project.*
  • AGL on the proposed acquisition of gas fired power stations from Alinta Energy.*
  • Talison on its power procurement for its Lithium Greenbushes Mine and for processing plant at Kwinana.*
  • Water Corporation in respect of its energy portfolio, including coal fired, solar, tidal and wind.*
  • Cleanaway and Macquarie Capital, on the development of the US$600 million Western Sydney waste to energy project.*
  • Cleanaway and Macquarie Capital, on the development of the US$700 million Metropolitan Melbourne waste to energy project.*
  • Asia Development Bank on the proposed South Tangerang waste to energy project in Indonesia.*
  • Macquarie Capital in respect of proposed investment in waste to energy projects in Indonesia and Vietnam.*
  • EnergyAustralia on securing coal supply for its Mount Piper coal-fired power station project.*

Mining & Natural Resources

  • Independent State of PNG on the equity and recommencement of mine operations at the Porgera Gold Mine.*
  • Yancoal on proposed development of underground mine in NSW: this is likely to be the last underground coal development in NSW, and we are advising on all aspects of the development.*
  • Independent State of PNG on the proposed development of gold refinery and mint in PNG.*
  • Australia's largest off-road haulage service provider to the mining and natural resources industry on its proposed trade sale.*
  • Hainan Energy Exchange, as part of the Hainan Free Port : one of ten members of the advisory board, each member having deep and long-standing commodity market experience.*
  • Member of a group of advisers on advising Bougainville elected leadership on the prospect of recommencing mining.*
  • China Shenhua in respect of the proposed equity funded development of the Watermark Coal Mine in NSW (when China Shenhua decided not to develop), including each element of the open-cut mine, and the supply of power to the mine.*
  • Yancoal on the equity funded, US$1.2 billion expansion of open-cut and development of underground mine at Moolarben, NSW: over 60 packages, ahead of time, under budget.*
  • Yancoal on the development of BOOT documentation for accommodation at two remote mine sites in Queensland.*
  • EnergyAustralia on coal procurement for Mount Piper Power Station, as part of the development of coal unloader procurement and above rail coal haulage arrangements.*
  • CleanTeq, on the development of the US$1 billion cobalt and nickel mine proximate to Orange, NSW.*
  • Harmony and Newcrest, on the proposed expansion of the Wafi-Golpu Copper and Gold Mine.*
  • BHP on a number of procurements for its Olympic Dam Project, in South Australia.*

Oil & Gas

  • Independent State of Papua New Guinea on the Papua LNG Project.*
  • Independent State of Papua New Guinea on the negotiation of the Pasca A project.*
  • Independent State of Papua New Guinea on the negotiation of the Pnyang Project and acceleration of PNG LNG.*
  • Independent State of Papua New Guinea on the proposed development of an FSRU project.*
  • ADNOC LNG on spot and term SPAs and on management of FM (including COVID).*
  • ADNOC on prospective acquisition of oil and gas interests offshore West Africa, and associated liquefaction under PSC regimes of two countries, and cross-border unitization.*
  • AGL on the Crib Point LNG import initiative.*
  • Eni Australia on access to sub-sea infrastructure and tolling arrangements for feed-gas from Evans Shoal to be processed and liquefied at Darwin LNG.*
  • Eni Indonesia on the Jangkrik Project.*
  • Eni Indonesia on its sells downs of upstream assets.*

Ports, Logistics & Global Trade

  • Yancoal in respect of the access and use arrangements at each of its coal export ports on Australia's east coast.*
  • Acting for buyers, sellers and contractors in respect of coal loading and export from Indonesia.*
  • AGL in respect of all port infrastructure development required for Crib Point development, including marine and landside developments.*
  • Indonesian high net worth interests on the proposed development of a new container terminal at Surabaya, Indonesia, working with Pelindo III – in abeyance.*
  • Indonesian high net worth interests on the proposed redevelopment of Kendal Port (as a mixed and multipurpose port), working with Pelindo III – in abeyance.*
  • Indonesian high net worth interests on the proposed development of a bunker storage system at Gresik, working with Pelindo III – in abeyance.*

*Prior to joining Baker Botts