Cia Ai Eng

Cia Ai Eng

Associate, Singapore

Email ciaai.eng@​

Phone +65 6302 2573

Fax +65 6538 7077

LanguagesEnglish, Chinese, Japanese, Hokkien, Mandarin, Malay

Practice groupFinance

Cia Ai Eng is an Associate in our Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects practice.

She specialises in energy and infrastructure projects. Her focus includes power generation, renewable energy and social infrastructure. She works closely with sponsors and governments in challenging project finance, greenfield development and brownfield acquisition matters. Having spent time on secondment in Tokyo, she is especially adept at advising clients on matters with Japanese elements.

Education and admissions


LL.B., Singapore Management University, 2011


Member, Singapore Law Society

Bar admissions and qualifications


Representative experience

Advising a sponsor on its successful bid and subsequent development and financing for a 1,800MW greenfield LNG-to-power project in Indonesia with a dedicated FSRU.

Advising a sponsor on its bid for Barka IWP and Sohar IWP, two water desalination projects on Oman with combined desalination capacity of 531,000 cubic metres per day.

Advising a major Japanese construction player in relation to its successful acquisition of a Singapore biomass company with assets in Vietnam and the Philippines.

Advising a Korean telecoms company in relation to bid submission for BOT concession of power station and transmission line in Mongolia.

Advising a Japanese trading house on its successful acquisition of 5 wind farms in Ireland with combined capacity of 223.4MW.

Advising the Mongolian government on the development of the Egiin Gol hydropower plant project, a 220MW power plant with 125km access road and 70km transmission line near Erdenet, Mongolia.

Advising a Japanese trading house on its successful acquisition of a stake in two solar power projects in Mexico with combined capacity of approximately 350MW.

Advising a project sponsor on the construction of the Baram 1 and Baleh mega hydro power projects and Tanjong Kidurong thermal power project in Sarawak, Malaysia.

Advising a Japanese trading house and its American subsidiary on their proposed acquisition of a 200MW wind power project in Texas to be financed by tax equity.

Advising a sponsor on complex issues arising out of a 60,000 cubic metre-per-day IWP project in a Western African country, including potential default and exit strategy.

Advising a sponsor on a concession for the development, expansion and operation of an international airport in Palau.

Advising a Japanese trading house on a proposed joint venture to expand its LPG business in Myanmar including storage facilities import sales and distribution.

Advising a Japanese trading house on construction contracts and arrangements in relation to the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor freight railway in India.

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