Jean-Pierre (J.P) Pham's 20-year practice focuses on the development of energy projects, energy mergers and acquisitions, transportation transactions and infrastructure projects in Canada and internationally.
J.P. acts in oil and gas transactions, international and domestic joint ventures, cross-border energy mergers and acquisitions, oil sands development, energy construction, liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, compressed natural gas (CNG) projects, financings, pipeline and refinery projects, processing, feedstock supply, marketing and hedging agreements, petroleum law regime analysis and design, as well as corporate/commercial reorganizations, restructurings, mergers and acquisitions. His practice also involves the provision of environmental and regulatory advice, advice to airports, ports, railways and refineries, and maritime law advice.
He has acted for projects and transactions in Romania, France, Russia, West Africa, Iraq, Algeria, Egypt, Cyprus, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Vietnam, Indonesia, China, Colombia, Brazil, Quebec, Newfoundland, Western Canada and the United States.
J.P. has contributed articles and presented seminars on oil and gas and corporate law to the Canadian Energy Law Foundation, the Canadian Bar Association and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators.
He is a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN), the Canadian Bar Association and the International Bar Association. He is a former director of two start-up energy companies.
In addition to English, J.P. is fluent in French and Vietnamese.