Shivanshu Thaplyal is a Partner in the Energy, Infrastructure & Resources team. Shivanshu regularly represents clients in the infrastructure sector and advises on corporate/commercial matters and policy and regulatory issues. Shivanshu also has significant experience in corporate transactions and has represented a number of clients in domestic and transnational mergers and acquisitions, takeovers and joint ventures and corporate structuring transactions.
- Bar Council of Himachal Pradesh
Recognition and Accomplishment
Recognised as a Notable Practitioner for his expertise in Corporate M&A by IFLR 1000.
Shivanshu Thaplyal has represented and advised the following clients
Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA)
Advised on legal and regulatory matters in relation to the conduct of its bids for Metro projects in Mumbai.
Power and Energy International (Mauritius) Limited
Advised a wholly owned subsidiary of Tenaga Nasional Berhad on its acquisition of 30% stake in GMR Energy Limited.
India Power Corporation Limited
Advised on acquisition of Meenakshi Energy Private Limited.
Enel Green Power SpA
Advised on acquisition of 68% stake in BLP Energy Private Limited, the utility, wind and solar subsidiary of the Bharat Light and Power (BLP) group of companies.
Advised on drafting and finalizing EPC contracts for their India operations.
Itochu Textile Materials (Asia) Limited
Advised in relation to sale of shares of a listed entity in India.
Government of Goa
Advised in relation to the development of a greenfield airport project on PPP basis.
Abu Dhabi National Energy Company PJSC (Taqa)
Advised in relation to all regulatory and other approvals required in relation to operating hydro projects in India.
Tata Power Renewable Energy Limited
Advised on the proposed acquisition of 3 (three) companies that operated wind projects with a total capacity of 180 (one hundred and eighty) MW across various states in India.
Partner, New Delhi
Dispute Resolution, Restructuring & Insolvency, Energy, Infrastructure and Resources