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Dibyanshu

Dibyanshu

, New Delhi

Partner | Energy, Infrastructure and Resources, Private Equity

education

  • LL.M, Columbia University School of Law, New York, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar (2009)
  • B.A.,LL.B (Hons.), National Law Institute University, Bhopal (2005)

Dibyanshu is a Partner in the Energy Infrastructure and Resources practice group in the New Delhi office. Dibyanshu specialises in advising clients on corporate commercial laws, mergers & acquisitions and infrastructure projects with specific focus on energy sector.

Dibyanshu has worked on a number of transactions in the energy sector (power and oil & gas), mining sector and has advised clients on the entire gamut of project development issues in the infrastructure space including renewable energy projects. His experience includes advising on domestic and cross border investments, entry strategies, transaction structuring, financing and regulatory issues.

Professional Affiliations

  • Bar Council of Delhi
  • Supreme Court Bar Association
  • New York State Bar
  • Association of International Petroleum Negotiators
  • American Bar Association

Recognition and Accomplishments

Recognised as a Tier I Practitioner in the field of  Projects & Energy by Legal 500 2019

Representative Matters

Dibyanshu has represented and advised the following clients

Total

Advised on acquisition of indirect interest of 23% in EREN Renewable Energy S.A. by subscription to a capital increase for an amount of €237.5 million.

Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Malaysia

Advised on investment of INR equivalent of USD 400 Million in GMR Energy Limited by way of subscription of 30% equity shares.

Hanwha Q Cells, Korea and Hanwha Energy Corporation Singapore Pte. Ltd.

Advised on acquisition of equity stake in group SPVs of Azure Power India Private Limited involved in solar projects across Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh.

Cairn

Advised on merger of Cairn India Limited into Vedanta Limited for an all-stock consideration.

Avantha Power

Advised in relation to the 100% acquisition of Korba West Power Company Limited by Adani Power Limited from Avantha Power & Infrastructure Limited at an enterprise value of approximately USD 677 million.

BLP Energy Private Limited (part of Enel Group, Italy)

Advised in relation to its proposed 100% acquisition of a Indian company which holds and operates wind power projects.

Inox group

Advised on development of ISTS based wind power projects aggregating to 300 MW in SECI-1 bid, 300 MW in SECI-2 bid and 200 MW in SECI-3 bid.

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

Advised on engineering, procurement and construction contract entered with Bangladesh-India Friendship Power Company (Pvt) Limited for a project envisaging construction of 2*660 MW Maitree Super Thermal Power Project on turnkey basis at Rampal, Dagerhat, Bangladesh.

Publications

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16 Sep '21
Energy: Oil & Gas 2021 - Law and Practice

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15 Sep '21
Energy: Oil & Gas 2021

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26 Jul '21
GTDT-Renewable Energy India-2022

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07 Jul '21
International Energy Transition Observatory 2021

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16 Feb '21
Budget 2021: Measures for the infrastructure sector

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16 Feb '21
Budget 2021: Roadblocks that clog Indian infrastructure, and the way out

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