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‘Back-to-back’ – the pass-through of construction risk from project agreement through to subcontracts under public private partnerships (PPPs) and energy infrastructure projects

USA - February 1 2013 When passing risk through to various sub-contractors to a PPP or energy infrastructure project, it is important to ensure that the core sub-contracts…

Khaled Dahlawi

Generating revenue from a solar project – the power purchase agreement

USA - May 8 2015 Ongoing photovoltaic (PV) projects in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East, certainly supports the view that solar power will play an increasing…

Usman Ahmad, Kevin Futch

Splitting EPC contracts in energy projects

USA - April 1 2012 One innovation that has become more prevalent in international energy projects such as power, utilities and LNG projects, involves an extension of the build-operate-transfer (BOT) model whereby the works under an engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contract are 'split' into two separate contracts.

Waste to Energy Projects

Middle East, United Arab Emirates - September 16 2020 A few years ago, we reported that a wave of waste to energy (“WTE”) projects were expected in the Middle East. It now appears that the wave is…

Osama Audi, Robin Bayley, Simon Cowled, Mark Davies, Kelly Malone, Nikhil Markanday, John H. McClenahan, Sam Muir, Evelina Petraviciute, Timm Smith

Global solar energy – a bright future

Global - April 2 2015 In 2013, the total capacity of renewable energy worldwide was 1,560 gigawatts (GW) of which hydropower accounted for approximately 1,000 GW. However…

Usman Ahmad