Linda LOW is a Partner in the Energy, Projects & Construction Practice.

Her main areas of practice encompass front-end work comprising reviewing, drafting and advising on various construction contracts and project documents including contracts relating to offshore facilities and operations, contracts relating to infrastructure projects, Public Private Partnership projects and various Engineering, Procurement and Construction contracts including in relation to water and waste sectors, renewable energy and property development, as well as litigation in relation to construction-related disputes and other commercial matters.

Linda graduated from the University of Nottingham and is admitted to the Singapore Bar.

Matters of significance in which Linda has been involved in include acting for the following:

  • M+S Pte. Ltd., a joint venture company 60% owned by Khazanah Nasional Berhad and 40% owned by Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited, and its subsidiaries, in the preparation and review of various infrastructure and construction-related project documents for the development and construction of two integrated developments, estimated at S$11 billion, in downtown Singapore.
  • The syndicate of lenders as Singapore counsel in relation to the S$150 million financing to Hyflux Ltd. for the construction of Tuaspring Desalination Plant, Singapore's second and largest seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant, being part of a design, build, own and operate (DBOO) project.
  • A consortium comprising UE NEWater Pte. Ltd. and BEWG International Pte. Ltd., in relation to Singapore's Second NEWater Plant at Changi (warranted capacity 228,000 cubic metres per day) over a 25-year period from 2016 to 2041, using the DBOO model (this project won the Water Deal of the Year at the Global Water Awards 2016).
  • A consortium comprising Hyflux and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, the successful bidder, for a Public Private Partnership project with the National Environment Agency of Singapore to design, build, own and operate a waste-to-energy plant with a contracted waste processing capacity of 2,400 tpd of waste.
  • SPI Energy Investments Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of Singapore Power Limited in relation to the ownership and operation of a chilled water plant to be installed at a mixed-used development known as Raffles City Chongqing located in Chongqing, PRC.
  • Keppel Merlimau Cogen Pte. Ltd., a subsidiary of leading global energy corporation, Keppel Corporation Limited, on the EPC contract and the Major Maintenance Contract for the S$900 million expansion of its power plant on Jurong Island, Singapore.

Related Practices

  • Energy, Projects & Construction

Linda is recognised as being "active in both contentious and non-contentious" Projects & Energy work in The Legal 500: Asia Pacific - The Client's Guide to the Asia Pacific Legal Profession 2015.