We advise on complex infrastructure projects around the globe and across a wide range of sectors, including energy, mining, oil & gas, telecommunications, transport, waste and water.
Our clients include sponsors, investors, funders, EPC Contractors, technology suppliers and procuring bodies. So we understand infrastructure projects from every angle.
We offer both transactional and disputes expertise for infrastructure projects, a "cradle to grave" legal service to avoid common pitfalls when operating or investing in infrastructure assets. Our team also includes some of the industry's foremost advisers on complex disputes relating to engineering and infrastructure projects, as well as providing advice on dispute avoidance and resolution.
Chambers UK describes the group "They are excellent. They do everything you ask, and they bring innovation. They're also incredibly responsive and all the people you meet are nice, which helps."
With offices in the UK, Singapore and Dubai, we can harness resources and expertise to suit your requirements, no matter where you or the project is based.
We also specialise in the following areas which you might find useful:
Our group consists of well-respected practitioners with experience of working on infrastructure projects worldwide.
With offices in the UK, Brussels, Dubai and Singapore, we provide the highest quality legal advice across borders. If you work on a global scale and need specialist legal support, we can help.
Energy is a high profile and often controversial topic. It is hugely affected by, and has a greater effect on, geopolitics, economics and regulation than perhaps any other sector. Energy is at the heart of everything we do, everything we use and everywhere we go. It is at the top of government agendas all over the world and is a key driver of the global economy.
Energy, like all other sectors, is susceptible to change – particularly from technology. "Future of Energy: the Balance of Power" is the latest thought leadership report from Nabarro. It considers the impact of technology on the energy sector and the likely changes this will bring. Click here to find out more.
Creating an attractive environment for investment is never easy. It often seems there is a plethora of opportunities, but very few reach a fruitful conclusion. However, it is not all doom and gloom; you just need to know where to look. The gap is slowly being bridged as investors armed with significant capital become better equipped to understand and accept the risks.
Working with research house Opinium, our latest thought leadership report "Infrastructure Index: Bridging the gap" is a global snapshot of investment hotspots and ranks 25 countries across the globe in order of attractiveness. It is designed to serve as an indicator of which jurisdictions promise to be the most fertile ground for infrastructure investment. Click here to find out more.
Investment in infrastructure transcends national boundaries, but while participants in the sector are prepared to look internationally for opportunities, investment decisions are necessarily affected by local factors. So what are these factors and how will they influence which countries are seen as attractive destinations for infrastructure investment?
Focusing on 20 countries representing all five major world regions, the Nabarro Infrastructure Index, compiled by research house Opinium, is an original and robust index which aims to:
For more information on the Nabarro Infrastructure Index or for details on how Nabarro can help advise on major infrastructure projects, investments or M&A, please contact James Snape.
Following the vote to leave the EU, we have created a guide which identifies the potential impact of Brexit on the infrastructure sector. We expect there to be an increase in disputes arising out of infrastructure and construction projects. The lack of funding and uncertain economic climate mean every penny counts.
This guide will provide you with the key implications that you need to be aware of and a sector key contact should you wish to discuss this further. A copy of the guide can be downloaded here.