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Jamie Tribe is a lawyer in the Project Development and Finance Practice Group in the London office.

His practice focuses on international energy and infrastructure projects. He advises on all stages of a project’s development, including the acquisition, construction, development, and financing of such projects throughout the world.

  • Advised the club of senior banks on the project financing of the Umm Al Hayman Wastewater Treatment Project in the State of Kuwait (ongoing).
  • Advised the preferred bidder on the project financing of the Dammam ISTP sewage treatment plant project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (ongoing).
  • Advised an international power company in connection with its bid submission for the development of a 500 MW solar PV project in Tunisia.
  • Advised the sponsors in connection with the development and financing of a cross-jurisdictional hydroelectric power project in Francophone Africa.
  • Advised the sponsors in relation to the development of a 100 MW concentrated solar thermal plant in South Africa.
  • Advised an operations and maintenance company in relation to its ongoing services for the production of electricity and desalinated water worldwide.
  • Advised the lenders in relation to a solar power project in Oman.
  • Advised the project company on on-going matters in connection with a hydroelectric power plant in Uganda.
  • Advised a member of a bidding consortium in relation to the acquisition of a gas distribution business in the UK.
  • Advised a Chinese export credit agency in relation to a thermal power project in Vietnam.
  • Advised a bidding consortium in relation to the AU$10bn privatization of the electricity transmission network in New South Wales, Australia.
  • Advised the lenders in relation to a U.S. $300m bridging loan agreement with an international infrastructure fund.
  • Advised a purchaser in relation to its acquisition of an interest in several coal mining operations in Australia.
  • Advised the developer in relation to the AU$1bn redevelopment and construction of a mixed-use precinct in Sydney.
  • Advised the lender in connection with the financing and development of a suite of care homes across the UK.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Solicitors Regulation Authority