Highlights of our experience in Infrastructure & Projects in UAE
- Abu Dhabi Water & Electricity Authority in relation to a project with Societe Internationale De Dessalement, SAß, for the installation, development, operation and management of a prototype for the conversion of solar energy to thermal energy in order to feed a desalination unit at the Fujairah Asia Power Company plant located in Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates, as part of ADWEA’s IWPP project.
- In relation to its US$ multi-million asset purchase of power generation and transmission assets across the United Arab Emirates.
- An Abu Dhabi Government Entity in relation to its various obligations, rights and remedies under the Project Financing Agreements and associated documentation for the following IWPP projects: (i) Shuweihat 1, 2 and 3; (ii) Taweelah; (iii) Al Mirfa; and (iv) Fujairah F1 and F2; and (v) Umm Al Nar.
- Iberdrola Ingeniería on the EPC contract for the Mesaieed A IPP project, an independent gas power project.
- Veoila Water Solutions on its tender to design and build the Effulent Treatment Plant at the Pearl GTL in Qatar.
- An international consortium of construction companies on the project structuring and corporate set up necessary for its tender submission for the construction of the Omani element of the GCC rail project.
- EMIC - The incorporated joint venture company between Masdar (the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company) and E.ON, on the conversion of two (2) single cycle power plants to combined cycle at the Al Ghail & Al Hamra power plants in the Emirate of Ras-Al-Khaimah in the United Arab Emirates, including all permitting, licensing and consent requirements, MEP Agreements, project financing documentation, Build-Own-Operate Agreements, Land Lease Agreements, O&M Agreements, and Power Purchase Agreements.
- The Electricity and Water Authority of the Kingdom of Bahrain, the Authority for Electricity Regulation of the Sultanate of Oman, the UAE Regulation and Supervision Bureau, the Ministry of Electricity and Water of Kuwait, Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation and the Electricity Regulatory Authority of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the licensing issues relating to the GCCIA interconnector project spanning all GCC states.
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