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    • Bishr Alboukai - Al Markaz Law Firm

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The team at ASAR - Al Ruwayeh & Partners is noted for its expertise in PPP projects and particularly major transport and infrastructure projects in Kuwait. Recent highlights included advising the Ministry of Electricity and Water, the Partnership Technical Bureau and the Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects on the Az-Zour North Independent Water and Power Project. Ibrahim Sattout is the name to note.

Al Markaz Law Firm’s ‘first-rate’ projects practice provides ‘excellent advice’ relating to PPPs, project finance, independent water and power project regulations, environmental tax and corporate law. The ‘very professional and knowledgeable’ Ayman Nada and senior associate Bishr Alboukai are particularly active in this area and are well versed in assisting clients on the structuring, financing, acquisition and implementation of projects.

Alex Saleh leads the team at Al Tamimi & Company, which recently advised Kuwait National Petroleum Company and Kuwait Petroleum Corporation on the $6.2bn financing of the Clean Fuel Project, which aims to expand and upgrade two of the company’s refineries.

At Hogan Lovells (Middle East) LLP, Dubai-based Sohail Barkatali and Christopher Cross are particularly active in domestic PPP projects and continue to advise an EVN-led consortium on the Kabd Municipal Solid Waste Project, the first waste-to-energy project in Kuwait.

Privatisations and projects are a major focus at International Counsel Bureau, which assists clients in the full range of matters, including project finance. Abdul Rahman Al R Haroun is the name to note.

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