Energy & Infrastructure


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  • The hard and soft of tendering


    Submitted: 08 February 2016

    ​An overview of the Supreme Court of Appeal judgment against the City of Cape Town in favour of Aurecon South Africa (Pty) Ltd.

  • Onshore wind farms to be determined by local authorities


    Submitted: 04 February 2016

    Decision making relating to onshore wind farm applications will revert back to local authorities through recently published legislation, rather than being determined by the Secretary of State.

  • Mining Masterclass - West Africa Restricted access

    Seminar Series

    Submitted: 03 February 2016

    On 27 January 2016 Simmons & Simmons hosted a Mining Masterclass focused on West Africa, as part of the series with MinSouth and the Association of Mining Analysts.

  • Iran's "Implementation Day": nuclear-related sanctions automatically lifted


    Submitted: 18 January 2016

    An update on the current situation regarding Iranian sanctions in light of Implementation Day being reached.

  • Competition Ordinance - the first month Restricted access


    Submitted: 15 January 2016

    ​It has been one month since Hong Kong’s Competition Ordinance (Ordinance) came into full force. While it is too soon to assess meaningfully the impact of the competition regime in Hong Kong, and no enforcement action has yet been publicly announced, over the past month there have nonetheless been some interesting developments.

  • The role of export credit in climate change mitigation


    Submitted: 08 January 2016

    Participant countries to the Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits have agreed to restrictions on export credit support for coal fired power projects from 01 January 2017.

  • Episode 0508: What is the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)?

    Video Podcast

    Submitted: 10 December 2015

    ​Simmons & Simmons Of Counsel Bree Miechel talks to Min Chia about the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.

  • The Rise and fall of PPPs in the Middle East


    Submitted: 09 December 2015

    ​Following the passing of Dubai Law No. 22 of 2015 Regulating Partnerships between the Public and Private Sectors (PPPs), Simmons & Simmons partners Adrian Nizzola and David Risbridger discuss the role the PPP has had in the Middle East to date and whether the new PPP Law signals the extended use of PPPs outside of the traditional power and water sectors.

  • Construction and projects in Saudi Arabia - overview Restricted access


    Submitted: 19 November 2015

    ​​This article provides an in depth analysis of the construction and projects market in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia including the laws that govern this area.

  • Construction and projects in the United Arab Emirates - overview Restricted access


    Submitted: 18 November 2015

    ​This article provides an in-depth analysis of the construction and projects market in the UAE including the laws that govern this area.

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