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Energy, Infrastructure & PPPs

Our Energy & Infrastructure team are the market leaders in infrastructure project including PPPs, PFIs and all aspects of the procurement of infrastructure transactions in Africa. The team have been involved in advising some Governments of African countries on policy and legislative reform for this sector. The team combines international expertise with the African experience in power sector projects and have pioneered some of Africa’s most notable transactions.  

Related Services:

  • Power
  • Public Private Partnerships
  • Procurements
  • Public Finance Initiatives
  • Real Estate and Property
  • Project Formation
  • Claims Advice
  • Contract Administration
  • Road Projects
  • Railway
  • Transportation
  • Renewable Energy
  • Energy Infrastructure
  • Permit and Licence
  • Project Structuring and Development

Related Professionals

Ferdinand D. Adadzi

Ghana, Partner - Head of Energy & Public Private Partnerships Practice Groups

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Dumisani James Tembo

Zambia, Partner (Country Head for Energy, Infrastructure & PPP Practice)

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Nana Serwah Godson-Amamoo

Ghana, Partner

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We are grateful to you for your dedication to making a difference in the business world and for the very enlightening and informative Business Law Week. It really increased our awareness of the developments in the legal business environment.
Nana Beecham CEO of Seatec Telecom Services
Working with AB & David on this project has helped us avoid a lot of stress. Clearly, they understand what is at stake, and they helped us balance the pressure between the workers and investors whilst meeting the deadlines. Their thorough understanding of the transaction resulted in a solicitation process that has generated more interest than we expected.
T. A. Selby Ministry of Transport
In respect of Airtel-Millicon Merger- I found the AB & David team responsive, knowledgeable and professional. They have a good understanding of international clients'needs.
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