is an associate in the Projects & Project Finance team in New Delhi, headed by Mr Jatin Aneja. Arpita has over four years of experience in the field of oil and gas laws. She has been actively involved in advising on both domestic and international oil and gas transactions, in the upstream, midstream and downstream sectors, including terminal use agreements, LNG sale purchase agreements, gas sale agreements, and production-sharing and revenue-sharing contracts. She has also worked extensively on several government projects and PPP transactions, and her core area of experience lies in the oil and gas sector.
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