Boiler and Urea Plants
We represented a Malaysian company in a claim for RM 80 million in an ICC arbitration held in Singapore and Bangkok. The dispute concerned the construction and supply of a boiler for a plant located in Thailand. This highly complex dispute required the involvement of Thai law and experts in relation to construction of boilers.
We were also involved in 2 separate arbitrations concerning the construction of a urea plant located in Sarawak, Malaysia. Our team represented a subsidiary of Petronas in order to defend claims brought against them arising for issues of delay caused by a landslide and the discovery of hard rock on the site.
We successfully defended a subsidiary of the owner of a power plant in a RM 50 million in a suit filed in the High Court in relation to a power plant project located in Malaysia.
Our team successfully defended the owner of a power plant in a RM 200 million dispute. The claimant withdrew its claim against our client after the filing of witness statements and expert witness statements.
Our partner acted as the counsel for a builder of biogas plants in an arbitration arising from an agreement to build, operate and transfer a biogas plant that utilises bio-waste generated from a palm oil processing plant.