Jatin Aneja is a Partner at the Firm and heads the national Projects and Infrastructure practice for Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co.
Jatin has extensive experience in project and project finance related transactions in the urban infrastructure, energy (conventional and renewable,) roads, ports, airports, railways, power, and oil and gas sector in India.
Jatin has been involved in advising various Indian as well as multi-national companies on commercial law aspects, including drafting, structuring and negotiating various joint venture agreements, shareholder agreements, business purchase agreements, share purchase agreements, financing agreements, EPC contracts, consortium agreements, and other related legal advisory work.
Jatin has led several precedent setting and high value transactions that have hugely impacted the projects and infrastructure landscape of India. In airports and railways sector, he advised GMR group on billion dollar investment by the Tata Group, GIC and SSG into GMR Airports Limited; the consortium of TRIL Urban Transport Private Limited and Siemens Project Ventures to develop a metro corridor from Shivajinagar to Hinjewadi in Pune. He also advised the Ministry of Civil Aviation and AAI on the privatization of the Delhi and Mumbai airports and was responsible for settling the concession agreement(s) for brownfield airports (OMDA – For Delhi & Mumbai) and greenfield airports (For Bangalore airport), which have been followed for other airports. In the oil and gas sector, Jatin has been involved in almost each of the LNG projects developed in India starting from Petronet LNG Limited and has recently advised Abu Dhabi National Oil Company on their arrangement with Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Limited for the petroleum reserves based in Mangalore; and Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Limited on sale of its 80% stake to Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited for US$ 1.2 billion, among several others.