Alex Wong

Alex Wong


Email alex.wong@​

Phone +65 6302 2557

Fax +65 6538 7077


Practice groupFinance

“Alex and his team are clear, professional and timely with their work product and advice. They have a good work ethic and are able to respond effectively on short notice.

IFLR1000, 2013/14

Based out of our Singapore office, Alex Wong brings close to two decades worth of experience in the energy and infrastructure space in Singapore and around Asia. Being both Singapore and English law qualified, Alex has extensive experience advising sponsors, lenders, multilateral agencies, and governments on energy, utilities, and infrastructure projects.

Alex is the immediate past Chairman of the Society of Construction Law (Singapore) and has been appointed as Senior Accredited Specialist for Construction by the Singapore Academy of Law – the only transactional lawyer appointed.

He has authored a number of articles and publications including a chapter in a book endorsed by the Institute of Water Policy at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore titled "Water Governance: An Evaluation of Alternative Architectures" and a chapter (focusing on project financing) in the 5th Edition of the Law & Practice of Construction Contracts, Chow Kok Fong 2018.

Awards and recognitions

Leading lawyer for third, fourth and sixth editions of the Best Lawyers list for Singapore in the practice area of energy


Leading lawyer (Energy and infrastructure, Singapore)


Construction (Singapore)
Chambers Asia-Pacific

Education and admissions


LL.B., Queen Mary & Westfield College


Law Society of England and Wales

Law Society of Singapore

Singapore Academy of Law

Society of Construction Law (Singapore)

Related Knowledge

Africa Power

Representative experience

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

Advising a consortium bidding for the role of AssetsCo for the Singapore – Kuala Lumpur High Speed Rail Project.

Advising a developer on the project development contracts and power purchase arrangements for two offshore wind farm projects in Taiwan.

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