Jack Moxon is an associate in the Houston office of Latham & Watkins. He advises clients on complex domestic and international project development and transactions across the energy and infrastructure sectors.

Mr. Moxon represents clients in a variety of transactions particularly related to:

  • Liquefied natural gas (LNG), including small-scale LNG
  • Gas-to-power
  • Gas pipelines
  • Biodiesel
  • Petrochemicals
  • Natural gas liquids (NGLs)
  • Hydrogen
  • Renewable power generation
  • Shipping

Mr. Moxon has previously worked in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates.

Mr. Moxon serves on the board of the Texas Business Law Society Alumni Association and Texas International Lawyers Society.

Mr. Moxon’s experience includes advising:

  • A project sponsor on drafting and negotiating all material project documents for a proposed gas-to-gasoline plant, including feedstock supply, pipeline precedent and transportation agreements, product offtake agreements (including hydrogen and low-carbon fuel standard (LCFS) hydrocarbons), and utilities arrangements (including power purchase agreements)*
  • An investment-bank-backed portfolio company on negotiating and structuring its investments into LNG-to-power projects across Asia, Europe, and the Americas, as well as on drafting and negotiating all material project documents*
  • Vitol in connection with LNG master services agreements and LNG sales and purchase agreements (SPAs), including the LNG SPA with Tellurian for 3 million tons per year on a free-on-board basis at Driftwood LNG for a 10-year term, valued at about US$12 billion in revenue over 10 years and indexed to a combination of two indices: the Japan Korea Marker and the Dutch Title Transfer Facility, each netted back for transportation charges*
  • A project sponsor in connection with its precedent agreement and transportation service agreements, for the development and construction of a proposed lateral pipeline project that will provide natural gas feedstock to an LNG facility in Texas*
  • AlphaStruxure, a joint venture between Schneider Electric and Carlyle Group, in its Integrated Fleet Electrification Infrastructure Project, a first-of-its-kind energy-as-a-service (EaaS) fleet electrification project, to support a growing bus electric bus fleet in Montgomery County, Maryland, enabling at least 44 buses in Ride On Montgomery County’s fleet to transition from diesel to electric*
  • GreenStruxure, a joint venture of Schneider Electric and Huck Capital, on developing a strategic partnership with ClearGen, a Blackstone portfolio company, whereby ClearGen will provide US$500 million in long-term capital to GreenStruxure to develop, operate, and maintain on-site renewable energy microgrid systems*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • England and Wales (Solicitor)
  • Texas


  • LLM, University of Texas School of Law
  • LPC, BPP University
  • GDL, BPP University
  • BA, University of Leeds
    with honours