Natural Resources

Full legal services from exploration to sale, based on the latest information and developments

Support Structure

We have a strong team of lawyers with expertise in natural resources and offer full support to transactions relating to natural resources. Given that these transactions are usually international in nature, we take advantage of our overseas offices and strong global alliances with regional law firms to facilitate quick, focused, and tailored support for our clients’ legal needs in major mineral-resource-producing nations.

Areas of Expertise

Our expertise extends to all aspects of natural resource transactions, from exploration and development to production, transportation, and sale, and extends to a wide spectrum of natural resources, including iron ore, coal, copper, nickel, rare metals, natural gas, and petroleum.

We have handled a diverse range of acquisitions and transactions involving different types of companies, ranging from companies that hold natural resource interests to nuclear reactor manufacturers. We also have extensive working knowledge of finance transactions connected to natural resources, including project finance for companies participating in resource interest companies and the formulation of financing schemes in relation to the exportation of nuclear power. We are also experienced in international arbitrations and cross-border litigation and disputes relating to natural resources.

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Natural Resources:News

Awards
19 lawyers were selected as leading lawyers in asialaw PROFILES' "Asia law Leading Lawyers 2018"
Awards
Top Rankings in "Asialaw Profiles 2018: The Guide to Asia-Pacific's Leading Domestic and Regional Law Firms"

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Natural Resources:Publications

Magazine Article
”Knowledge related to "Derivative Works" and "Copyrights"”
Magazine Article
"Sorting Out Issues Associated with Infrastructure Funds in Japanese Markets"
Magazine Article
"Legal Issues on Security Arrangements for Power Projects: Bridging the Gap Between Civil Law Theory and Practice"

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