Amidst the urgent push for renewable energy, infrastructure development and projects globally, many established attorneys in the Projects & Energy industry are operating in the Middle East. Their involvement in key energy and infrastructural development deals across the Middle East has been instrumental in transforming both urban and rural regions. Their expertise ranges from advising on the financing and development of notable energy projects, guiding government entities, and providing counsel to players in the renewable power technologies sector.
We now direct our lens towards the Middle East, highlighting the remarkable careers and roles of some dynamic lawyers operating region-wide across the energy and projects space. From managing energy and infrastructure practices to advising government entities and sponsors, these individuals represent the region’s finest legal minds.
David Charlier is the Middle East managing partner at Ashurst, with extensive experience advising on financing and development across various energy and infrastructural matters, particularly those based in Kuwait.
John Dewar is the head of the Energy and Infrastructure Practice at Milbank LLP. As a financing specialist, he has significant experience advising on renewable energy projects, representing development banks, and other lenders on transactions involving wind and solar assets.
Agnieszka Klich of Covington & Burling LLP, represents clients across development, financing matters, and acquisitions related to energy projects. She offers insightful counsel across many African countries, particularly in renewable power technologies.
Judith Kim, based in Dubai, is a prominent projects lawyer at Allen & Overy LLP. She often advises sponsors, lenders, and government entities and has significant expertise in energy, oil, and gas mandates.
Sarosh Mewawalla is a renowned project finance lawyer at Herbert Smith Freehills. He has noteworthy experience advising various projects across the region involving export credit agencies, multilaterals, and investment banks.
Paul Mansouri is a widely recognized lawyer at Norton Rose Fulbright, specializing in the project finance market. He acts for clients on matters in renewables, petrochemicals, and infrastructure spaces, often working with sponsors and lenders.
Marc Norman is a respected lawyer well-regarded for his work on power and water infrastructure projects. He’s currently making waves in Dubai and beyond, notably in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE.
Matt Keats heads the Projects and Energy Practice at Linklaters. Aside from providing expertise on project finance and construction, he often advises government entities on large-scale projects and is increasingly sought after for his invaluable knowledge.
Ian Ingram-Johnson, based in Dubai, is a distinguished lawyer at Allen & Overy LLP. He expertly advises on a variety of financings and refinancings, mainly for energy and power clients, with the financial institutions forming a large part of his client list.
Anthony Ellis of Herbert Smith Freehills, possesses remarkable strengths in power projects and IWPs. He has notable experience acting for government entities as well as sponsors and developers. He recently relocated to the Melbourne office after several years based in the Middle East.
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