She advises vendors and purchasers of substantial energy and resources assets, assisting them with due diligence and transaction structuring. Resource owners regularly seek Jau-Shi’s advice on project development and structuring, joint venture work, sale and transportation arrangements, and government regulation.
A native English speaker, Jau-Shi speaks conversational Mandarin.
Jau-Shi's experience includes,
- Santos’ project development activities in the Gladstone LNG project, including upstream field development and ownership structures
- Yanzhou Coal Mining Company’s $8 Billion merger with Gloucester Coal
- Queensland coal consortium’s bid for the Queensland Rail coal network (bid value of $5.1 Billion+)
- AGL’s gas processing and transportation arrangements in the Spring Gully Project, Queensland
- North West Shelf consortium’s sale of equity to China National Offshore Oil Corporation, as a component of the A$25 billion LNG supply contract between the consortium and CNOOC
Jau-Shi holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia and was admitted to practise in 1999. She speaks conversational Mandarin. Jau-Shi is affiliated with the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators and the Australian Mining and Petroleum Law Association.