11 articles about "Norton Rose"
Bahrain could be dropping its ambitious wastewater privatisation programme after the GCC ‘stabilisation’ package nearly doubled its infrastructure budget. Does paying for future projects up front make financial sense?
The BOT contract for the Bahraini wastewater treatment plant is the largest operating contract to date won by the Korean company in the Middle East. Its environmental boss hopes to make it the first of many.
Bahrain wants to ensure a smooth procurement process for the Tubli WWTP upgrade. The rationale for the expansion is not clear to everyone.
A strong showing from some of the foremost consultants in the Gulf power and water market is a sign of the potential of Kuwait’s IWPP plans.
A shortfall in state budget allocations could offer developers an unexpected bonus at the next stage of Bahrain’s wastewater privatisation.
Bahrain has appointed an advisory team of HSBC, Fichtner and Norton Rose in its bid to produce a privatisation strategy for its wastewater services.
Our annual survey of law firms operating in the water sector finds that the flood of deals originating in the Middle East has inspired a flurry of office openings and staff poachings. Alastair Strickland reports.
See: <b>Law services review: Competition in the Gulf hots up</b>
Lawyers move to where the work is. They have had to be fast-moving to stay in the water sector over the past year. Alexandra Child investigates.
A directory of the most talked about firms in the industry.