180 MW LNG/ULSD-to-Power IPP
East Asia and PacificOctober 22, 2020
K&M was retained as transaction advisor to the Guam Power Authority (GPA) on the procurement of an 180 MW LNG/USLD-to-Power transaction. K&M is subcontracted by lead firm—Stanley Consultants, to provide financial and commercial advisory services to the GPA. The project consists of a 180 MW plant that will initially burn ultra-low-sulphur diesel (ULSD) and will later convert to Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). The project is divided in two phases. The initial phase included preparing, procuring and negotiation an IPP transaction for an 180 MW power plant that will be fueled with ULSD). The second phase includes preparing, procuring and negotiating a transaction for the development of LNG receiving terminal, regassification unit, and storage facilities. K&M’s services in Phase I included: advising GPA on the transaction structure, drafting prequalification documents, advising throughout prequalification process, drafting request for proposals, drafting sections of project agreements, evaluating proposals, and supporting during negotiations with the preferred bidder. K&M’s services in Phase II will include advising on the transaction structure for the LNG facilities.