Min Hui Tan advises clients on domestic and international infrastructure projects and energy transactions. Additionally, she brings a strong background in the international offshore rig construction industry. Previously, Min Hui was a legal counsel in a global leader in the offshore oil rig construction industry, where she advised on offshore rig construction contracts, FPSO conversion contracts, rig/vessel repair contracts, commercial contracts, JV agreements, insurance, arbitration, and international consortium agreements for the oil and gas industry.
Min Hui’s experience with infrastructure projects includes front-end drafting and legal advisory to a renewable energy company on an EPC contract for a renewable energy/ biomass-gasification-ORC power and hot water co-generation power station in the Philippines, and front-end drafting and legal advisory to a national port authority on the construction of its upgraded port facilities in Central America, based on the FIDIC Yellow and Red Book.
Min Hui has also advised and represented clients for statutory adjudication under Singapore’s Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (Cap. 30B), and in relation to investigation proceedings by the Competition Commission of Singapore, under the Competition Act (Cap. 50B).
In 2008, the International Bar Association awarded Min Hui its Corporate Counsel Scholarship First Prize. She is proficient in Mandarin.