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Hamish Bolland

Hamish Bolland

Senior Associate

M:+64 27 225 2246

T:+64 9 357 9055

E:hamish.bolland@chapmantripp.com

Location:Auckland

Qualifications:

LLB, BA (Political Science), University of Canterbury

Admitted:

2006, New Zealand

Services

​Hamish specialises in construction law and major projects.

He has worked on major construction projects, both within New Zealand and around the world, in a variety of sectors including infrastructure, mining, energy, oil and gas, commercial and residential.

Hamish joins Chapman Tripp from Allen & Overy’s Projects team in Dubai, where he acted for sponsors undertaking major projects in the Gulf region and financial institutions lending to those projects. He has extensive experience drafting, negotiating and advising on various project contracts including large-scale EPC contracts, project management agreements, FEED contracts, technology licences, engineering agreements, feedstock supply agreements, marketing and offtake agreements, land leases and other ancillary project documents.

Hamish is familiar with NZS and FIDIC standard form construction contracts and consultancy agreements.

 

Hamish’s recent experience includes advising on some of the largest and most complex projects in the Middle East, including acting for:

Oil & Gas, Petrochemical

  • the sponsors on the development of a US$14b refinery in Jubail, Saudi Arabia
  • the sponsors on the development of a US$6b import/export refinery in Duqm, Oman
  • the sponsors on the US$2b expansion of an existing refinery in Sohar, Oman
  • the sponsors on the development of a US$1.8b acetyls complex in Jubail, Saudi Arabia
  • the lenders on the development of a US$1b EVA/LDPE production facility in Jubail, Saudi Arabia
  • the sponsors on the development of a US$800m CA/EDC production facility in Jubail, Saudi Arabia
  • Dubai Petroleum on various commercial contracts including drilling agreements, gas supply agreements, service contracts, charter-party agreements and pipeline crossing agreements

Infrastructure/PPP

  • the commercial lenders and ECAs on the development of a 190,000m³/day independent water project in Ghubrah, Oman
  • the sponsors on the expansion of the existing wastewater treatment plant in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates
  • the General Authority for Civil Aviation on an airport city development at the King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (project aborted)
  • the Ministry of Water and Irrigation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordon on the expansion of the existing wastewater treatment plant in Al-Samra, Jordan

Mining/Metals

  • the commercial lenders and ECAs on the development of a US$6b phosphate mine and fertiliser complex in the Northern Province of Saudi Arabia
  • the sponsors on the development of a US$4.5b steel production facility in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (project aborted), and
  • the sponsors on the development of a 1.4m tonne per annum coal-to-methanol production facility in East Kalimantan, Indonesia (project aborted).